DaKosta Island Beach Camp is located on a lush, seventeen acres of land. Guests will enjoy the bungalow style quarters, breathtaking views, and the warm welcome of the staff.
The space integrates traditions of Guinea Bissau with local works of art and pieces of history throughout the property. There are traditional masks and statues dating back through the history of the different ethnic groups of Guineans. We boast paintings, bumbulum, and traditional fishing net and cooking materials.
The space also has numerous plants and an oasis of a green space. The numerous palm trees, polon, coconut trees, and other plants makes for such a rich space in biodiversity that will soon be recognized by the Institute of Biodiversity and Protected Areas.