Can you smell that? Smells like fun. Smells like adventure. Smells like… your cup of tea. Go on, take a deep breath. Breathe in that aroma. Kinda smells like coconuts too. That’s because Santo’s quayside is lined with sheds packed with coconut kernels all ready to be made into oil. How tropical.
Surrounded by all that coconutty goodness, it’s hard to believe that Santo was used as a military base during WWII. Yep. It is even home to the famous ‘President Coollidge’ shipwreck that sank after hitting a mine during the war. Makes for an awesome scuba diving site. But if swimming amongst shipwrecks isn’t your bag, there’s plenty of tropical fishies to look at too.
See, we told you Santo was your cup of tea. That is if you like your tea with a side order of fun.