Back to the roots in the pure spirit of Alpha Blondy's song, with the camp Mammy Watta, whose manager, Lehady Vieyra, proposes cabanons more suited to the philosophy "Robinson Crusoé" than some of the impressive hard structures trampling the Assine coast, and which have earned this peninsula to end up being assimilated to a luxury beach, true Saint-Trop or Beverly Hills to Ivorian. Located on a land of one and a half acres of land, the campsite benefits from one of the most beautiful locations in Assinia, since it lies at the mouth of the lagoon (La Passe), and is bathed by water on three sides: ocean to the south, mouth to the east, lagoon and its lush mangrove in the north. Its bungalows, built in African bamboo and equipped each with a small terrace, have a crazy charm and are equipped with all the equipment and furnishings necessary for a comfortable and near nature stay. In principle, everything is provided: kitchens and bathrooms equipped with dishes, bath linen and soap, but also mosquito nets, fans, refrigerators, gas, gas, coal, and staff available to unload any domestic constraints and/or, if you wish, prepare simple, but tasty meals. Basically you only have to worry about filling in the refrigerator and/or supplying fresh fish, fish, shrimp and lobster caught in the nearby fishing village. It is also possible to soak up in the few surrounding scrubs. On the program of possible activities in this little Eden from the end of the world, fishing sessions with an experienced guide to the Pass, a very run spot for amateurs where both sea fish and brackish waters (barracudas, captains, carangues, red carps, tarpons and other tropical fish you can hunt out), day or night from the edge of the water or by boat = > see the specific conditions and rates on the site of the establishment, under "Activities"); canoes in canoe to discover exceptional landscapes the Aby lagoon and its islands, visit the farm to crocodiles, farnil, relaxation… A very well designed receptive that reconnects to the essentials and provides a nice breath. It's a big blow.
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