Bangui Tourist Traps

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    Bring your own snacks and food

    by joiwatani Updated Sep 6, 2010

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    There are no food or snack stores here so if you bring your children, make sure to bring their own water bottle, snacks or food. When we were there, it was very hot and humid so it is important that we had to drink a lot of water. My family brought an icebox where we filled it with juices, drinks and water. We also packed our own lunches to save money!

    Unique Suggestions: Make sure to stop by the town first to buy your drinks or food before you head down to the Bangui Windmills. There are sari-sri (small stores) along the way going to the beach but the choices are limited so it is better to purchase these at the town area.

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    Do not park your car close to the beach

    by joiwatani Updated Sep 6, 2010
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    Make sure to park your van or your car at the end of the road not close to the beach because you will get stocked!

    Unique Suggestions: Make sure to park on the side of the road and not close to the beach.

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