TASSI SAVVANAH CAMP
Tassi Savannah Camp has 5 tents, each with 2 single beds, an en suite bathroom with shower and toilet, each mounted on a platform with a private terrace.
Tassi, in Loango National Park, is one of the last few places on earth where large mammals can still roam freely on the beach.
Maybe that explains why it’s only in Gabon that hippos have been seen swimming in the surf. Here, during the rainy season, buffalo's and forest elephants can often be found grazing on the coastal grasslands and the beach. Occasionally, families of gorillas can also be spotted foraging in the trees alongside the beach. Many of the Gabonese beaches provide a significant habitat for migrant shorebirds, including African skimmers and Damara terns, whose numbers are quickly diminishing across the rest of Africa.
Tassi Savannah Camp is located on the Savannah, surrounded by primary and secondary forest. The wide-open vistas here will give you a much more classical ‘Africa feel’, not easily found elsewhere in densely forested Central Africa. It’s a place where you can catch the ocean breeze and, from the same position, watch the sun rising over the Savannah and forest in the east every morning, and sinking below the Atlantic horizon in the west every evening