About Orango Parque Hotel

El Orango Parque Hotel es mucho más que un establecimiento turístico, es un proyecto de turismo responsable y sostenible que hace compatible el turismo con la conservación de la biodiversidad. Orango Parque Hotel is not just a tourist establishment, is a project of responsible tourism and sustainable tourism that makes it compatible with the conservation of biodiversity. O Orango Parque Hotel é muito mais que um estabelecimento turístico, é um projeto de turismo responsável e sustentável que torna o turismo compatível com a conservação da biodiversidade. O Orango Parque Hotel não é apenas um estabelecimento de turismo, é um projeto de turismo responsável e sustentável compatível com a conservação da biodiversidade.

Traveling to Bissau gets easier each day

2018-10-26T18:22:03+02:00

Did you know that direct flights Lisbon – Bissau are back? And this also means it´s easier than ever to visit the Bijagós Archipielago. Right now, two companies provide Lisbon – Bissau itineraries, with flights practically every day of the week.

Traveling to Bissau gets easier each day2018-10-26T18:22:03+02:00

Discover our video about the Bijagos

2018-10-26T18:22:04+02:00

A picture is worth a thousand words... It´s one of those phrases that, for having heard it millions of times, doesn´t lose its meaning, at least sometimes. And we think this is one of those times, because although we´ve been doing our best for years to tell you about the Bijagós Archipielago, in Guinea Bissau.

Discover our video about the Bijagos2018-10-26T18:22:04+02:00

Matriarchy in the archipelago of the islands Bijagó

2018-10-26T18:22:04+02:00

Between myth and reality are tales of the existence of a matriarchal society among the Bijagós. The German anthropologist Hugo Adolf Bernatzik left us an amazing story in his work, “En el Reino de los Bijagós” (In the kingdom of Bijagós), where we can read: “In the land of the Bijagós, the expression, ‘the weak sex’ does not ring true at all to the female inhabitants of Orango.”

Matriarchy in the archipelago of the islands Bijagó2018-10-26T18:22:04+02:00
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