Its probably the beach and place o visit if you are in Libreville where there is not a lot to see, jus always careful when you go around...
Libreville is about Beach, Restaurant and Night Clubs. Pointe Denis is a must to see if visiting Libreville. Pointe Denis is not far from the city. A return trip can be done in a day with the feeling you have enjoyed the place and relax a little bit. A budget of US 100 for the day is necessary( 40 for... More
This is a beautiful beach! Super fine, squeaky sand, funny little crabs running around everywhere, and nice clean warm water. I have only been during dry season thus far so the resorts left a little to be desired but if you go for a day trip and bring your own supplies it's as good as a beach can get in... More
If you've been to SE Asia, then you know where I am coming from. The Beach is nice, relaxed and not very crowded but still not amongst the good ones. Pros: 1. Not very crowded 2. Possibility of taking hikes in the woods, its a great add on 3. Decently priced restaurant/Bar on the beach Cons: 1. Takes more effort... More
I went to Pointe-Denis on a Jet-ski from Libreville mainland (30-40 minutes ride). It is a great way to explore the shore and enjoy the beautiful beaches which are great at the Pointe. You can find a couple of restaurants there where u can enjoy fresh fish. The prices are better than in Libreville. Its a great place to relax... More
As weekends in Libreville can be very boring (especially Sundays) a trip to Pointe-Denis is nice. Get an early boat from the Port Mole and head there. There is a good restaurant for nice seafood and you can see the Gabonese and expat 'fine fleur' enjoying themselves on the beach with jetskies etc.
Just 30 min boat ride from libreville you find Point Denis where beaches are clean and you feel completly in another world compared to libreville. Librevilles expat prefered weekend getaway.
Book your ticket for a boat to the other side of the Libreville bay at Michel Marine. They'll take you to the other side and then make a buslike tour past the several hotel/restaurants where you can spent the day and even the night. The first stop is actually good value for money. If you want to stay on that... More
The Pointe Denis peninsula is a 20 minute ferry ride across the estuary from Port Mole in Libreville (R/T is $10,000 CFA). The peninsula is a thin strip of land that essentially separates the estuary from the ocean. On the inside, the beach is calm and quiet and lined with private 'second' homes of the Libreville elite; on the oceanside,... More
I was lucky enough to insist on having a guide with me and she arranged the navette as well as a pick up to take us to Wingambe Village on the far side of the peninsula, where there is a nice little lodge and you can get get lunch as well as enjoy a nature walk and a beautiful unspoiled... More
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