Very welcoming people, especially the priest Futi is very kind and a joy to talk to, camping inside their grounds with good toilets but no showers, water available, we stayed for free and everybody was happy that we visited Cabinda
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When we arrived in Cabinda we got very sick and were so happy to be able to stay with the mission. We stayed for 10 days here. Most of the time things are happening here in the early morning and evening (like chore practice or church etc)
In daytime it is very quiet and you have the space all for yourself.
It is very safe here and the people are so nice. You can find everything you need in the surrounding area. Btw if you want to take a taxi into the city center, you can recognise them by searching for the broken cars.Report Check-In
Such a nice place to stay ! Safe, perfect location and good vibes!
The father Futti is such a beautiful person who will make you as comfortable as you wish.
We could pitch our tent wherever we wanted and could even use the hosepipe to refill water and wash our cars. Dont miss the mango tree in the backyard hosting the fruit bat colony hanging there (locals are hunting them with stick for their meat...).
Also the beach plus the shoprite and its cheap biltong are next door.
Excellent stay of 2 nights for us!
Good place to sleep. It’s quite calm (when they don’t have choir practice) and very central. Right across there’s free wifi at the beach. Lots of mosquitoes though, so keep your doors closed!Report Check-In
Very friendly Padre Fruti, he was living in France and Ghana. We stayed for free in our rooftent in the courtyard with access to a toilet and cold shower. Be careful, too many mosquitos.Report Check-In
As explained Padre Futi is extremely helpful. We stayed for free with toilet available. Next morning, Mess and religious chorus. Very emotional.Report Check-In
As explained Padre Futi welcome us very warmy. Really a very kind person. He invite us to campos for free and opened toilets for us. Beautiful and peaceful place. Entrante is next to Churchill, the following gate .Report Check-In
The overnight parking is not in the church compound. It is the first gate past the church. Follow the dirt road around to the left. They had us park under the huge mango trees 2 "spaces" to the right of the old bus. Very friendly people and veauriful singing in the evenings from the church.Report Check-In
First it seemed abandonned ( on ohne there ). We parked in the shade and later we met people who let us camp and opened the shower/ toilet which is used by the students? Father Futi is a very frienly man.Report Check-In
With didn’t meet Padre Futi but a guy let us camp in the compound. The toilets and the showers didn’t work, but is a perfect place to stay one night before crossing the border. There is also a supermarket near there.Report Check-In
Father Futi gave us a warm welcome too. Camping beneath Trees in sandy Car Park. Nice Toilets and Showers. The Beach is just opposite the Compound, a nice Location to have a Beer in the Sunset. Registration with Immigration was not needed for one Night according to Futi. We stayed for free. Probably the best Overlander Camp Spot in Cabinda.Report Check-In
Immigration has asked the Father to have campers register with them. A priest escorted us there in the morning but they didn't seem interested in us (much to the priest annoyance). Wasted an hour. Hopefully they will clarify the procedure.Report Check-In