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10 Best Places to Visit in Cape Verde

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Cape Verde, or Cabo Verde, is a nation on a volcanic archipelago off the northwest coast of Africa. It’s known for its Creole Portuguese-African culture, traditional morna music and numerous beaches. Its largest island, Santiago, is home to the current capital, Praia. Santiago is also home to the old capital, Cidade Velha, with clifftop fortress Forte Real de São Felipe.

Capital: Praia
Recognised national languages: Cape Verdean Creole
Currency: Cape Verdean escudo

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Join us on the discovery of the beautiful Cape Verde islands. Cabo Verde is 10 destinations in one single country. Come with us to hike to the top of the active volcano in the island of Fogo; In the Island of Sal we visit the salt lakes and we practice some wind sports, like kite surf or windsurf on the turquoise blue sea waters. We trek the Island of Santo Antão in order to dive into its green lavish mountains. In Boavista, the sand desert leads us to marvellous beaches. In this trip we are introduced to the Morna, Grogue and Morabeza, which is Cape Verdeans typical hospitality…

Thanks to the wonderful diariesof contributors Rui Daniel Da Silva, João Leitão VIAGENS, Kathrin Maurer, Silvan Baeurle, Gabriele Rumbolo, Paulino Dias, Tiago Salazar, Xará Costa, The Wanderlust, CubaLibre SailingTrips, Si Ma Bô Associazione - Capo Verde for their inspiring travel stories, photos and help. A special thanks to Luxair Luxembourg Airlines as well as to the young actress Aury Monteiro, to the kite surf world champion Mitu Monteiro and to the popular Cape Verdean singer Elida Almeida for their inspiration.

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Top 10 Things to Do in Cape Town

We share our Top Ten activities in South Africa's beautiful Capital, Cape Town.

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10 Things NOT To Do in The Canary Islands

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10 Things NOT to Do in the Canary Islands


The Canary Islands, see nine million tourists annually. Before you can enjoy the gorgeous oasis and beautiful mountains of this archipelago of islands, here are 10 things NOT to do during your trip.


1. Don’t Purchase Electronics
If you find yourself in dire need of a new electronic, the islands aren’t the best place to make a purchase. Some electronics shops sell bootleg products, or they try to pass off second-hand items as brand new.


2. Don’t Agree to a Timeshare
They have a selling tactic that includes a scratch-off ticket, and you will always be a winner! These offers will push you to redeem your prize at a local hotel. Then, you’ll be scammed into signing a dishonest timeshare contract with a hefty fee.


3. Don’t Ignore the Beach Signs
The red flag means no swimming. Even if the water looks calm. When the yellow and green flags are waving, it’s best to stick to the patrolled areas. Also, be cautious of jellyfish in the springtime. Avoid swimming and walking around with your shoes off.


4. Don’t Visit Cruz de Tejeda
If you’re looking for sweeping views of the mountains and beaches, skip out this area entirely. Since it’s just 5,000-feet above sea level, there isn’t much of a view. Instead, head out to Mirador del Barranco del Carmen, La Palma to see stunning views of the rugged coastline.


5. Don’t Get a Late Start to See El Teide
If seeing Tenerife’s legendary volcano, El Teide, is on your to-do list, make sure you head out early in the morning. To avoid the crowd, try to arrive by 9 a.m. the latest.


6. Don’t Confuse a Pickpocketer for Someone In Need
Gran Canaria is a relatively low-crime area, but a common tactic is for pickpocketers to pose as beggars. They will get really close to their victim and quickly reach into their pockets to snatch their money and possessions.


7. Don’t Fall for the Puerto de la Cruz Scam
You’ll notice a lot of the locals walking around with pet monkeys, snakes, and parrots. They’ll sometimes place the animals on a child’s shoulders and allow the parents’ to take a photo. After the picture is taken, they’ll demand an insane amount of money.


8. Don’t Go to the Tenerife Beaches
If you want golden sand to wiggle your toes in, the beach in Tenerife shouldn’t be on your list. Since it’s the site of a volcano, most of the beaches are full of black sand that will scorch your feet! For a real sandy beach, head to Los Cristianos instead.


9. Don’t Take the Train Ride In Corralejo
They promise to take you on a tour. After boarding, you’ll realize the tour simply consists of a quick trip around Corralejo’s back streets, and travelers have complained that the tour guides aren’t very knowledgeable.


10. Don’t Accept “Free” Food
Vendors selling slices of pineapple will allow you to “try” a slice – only to demand you pay them up to eight Euro per piece! Just remember, nothing is free. If a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is!


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8 Reasons to Love Cape Verde - Sailing Destinations

In this video of our series Best Sailing Destinations we give our personal 8 reasons to love Cape Verde, especially Sao Vicente and Mindelo. It is not a traveling guide, rather a personal declaration of love to this small African country that - we hope - will inspire you to travel there one day.

Perhaps you have made the experience that the rougher the land the friendlier its inhabitants.

Cape Verde is such a place. The land, basically the tops of oceanic volcanoes, is hostile and for a good reason was uninhabited until the Portuguese settled on it in the 16th century: Cape Verde has almost no natural water resources.

But the rough living conditions have made the Cape Verdeans very friendly and hospitable.

The mix of African and European cultures made them tolerant and is enriching for Cape Verdean music and art.

All this makes this tiny archipelago on the Western tip of Africa, that many people haven’t even heard of, a worthwhile travel destination.

This video is not a travel guide. We give eight reasons why we love Cape Verde. We hope we can inspire you to put Cape Verde on your travel wish list.

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Cape Town sits on South Africa’s Cape Peninsula, where the waters of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans converge.

Begin your adventure at The Castle of Good Hope, the centerpoint from which the city grew. Nearby you’ll find Company’s Garden, the Parliament Building, and the South African Museum.

Don’t miss the District Six Museum, which gives voice to the 60,000 non-white residents who saw their vibrant multi-racial neighborhood flattened during the darkest days of the Apartheid era.

One neighborhood that was spared from apartheid’s wrecking ball is Bo-Kaap, where traditional Cape Malay culture continues amid the row houses of this colorful hillside suburb.

Visit the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, and explore attractions such as Two Oceans Aquarium. The waterfront is also the gateway to one of the world’s most infamous prisons, Robben Island.

Table Mountain is Cape Town’s most beloved landmark. From the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, take a walking trail up the mountain, or take the Cableway for the spectacular ride to the viewing area.

Cape Town is one of the world’s great beach cities. From Green Point, the site of Cape Town’s futuristic stadium, follow the coast and discover one incredible beach after another.

Cape Town’s riches don’t end with its beaches, it’s also blessed with some of the best wine country in the world. After touring the acclaimed wineries of Paarl and Stellenbosch, head up Franschhoek Pass and wander hillsides filled with Proteas.

In local tradition, the Protea represents transformation, courage and hope. Cape Town is a city which shares the same soil, so it’s not surprising that it embodies those same qualities too.
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The Cape Verde Islands

Green mountains, barren rocks and wide beaches: This documentary presents life and survival on the idiosyncratic Cape Verde Islands in the middle of the Atlantic, where the islanders confront difficulties with a smile.
Clad in just a protective suit and a mask, José Antonio catches lobsters with his bare hands in the up to 10-meter-deep waters off the beach and surf island of Sal, then sells them to restaurants in Santa Maria.
From the harbour on São Vicente, ferries leave bound for the neighbouring green island of Santo Antão. They transport vegetables, goats and normal passengers - well, death defying would be the better description. Several of the aged tugs ended their journeys on the seabed.
Lucia Lopez carries her wares from the islands fish market on her head, over a high mountain and into the remote village of Covada - on foot and mostly with a smile on her lips.

CAPE VERDE TOURISM - A real beach lover's paradise

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A republic located in the chain of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, on the west coast of Africa. Cape Verde Islands located in the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 570 kilometers (350 mi) off the coast of West Africa, which is close to Mauritania and Senegal. Cape Verde is a member of the Macaronesia ecoregion.

Cape Verde is an island country is divided into two major parts of the island. The main tourist islands are Sal and Boa Vista island with a variety of amazing travel destinations. menwan row of islands with white sand beaches of the exotic cape verde tourism also has a variety of exotic fauna were amazing.

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Praia, Santiago, Cape Verde

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Praia, Santiago, Cape Verde: 1. Oasis Praiamar ****
2. Pestana Tropico ****
3. Hotel Cesaria ***
4. Hotel Vip Praia ****
5. Hotel Pérola ****
6. Boutique Hotel Pescador ****
7. Hotel Santiago ***
8. Hotel Santa Maria ***
9. Beramar Hotel ***
10. Boutique Hotel Praia Maria ***

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1. Prainha, Ilha de Santiago, 1000 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $101 - $188
Offering an outdoor pool, Oasis Praiamar is located in Praia. At Oasis Praiamar guests will find a tennis court and a fitness center. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas.
2. Prainha, 1000 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $93 - $191
Located on the Santiago Island, in front of the ocean and just 200 m from the city's main beach, Pestana Tropico offers an outdoor swimming pool with sunbeds, meeting rooms and a fitness room. Free Wi-Fi access is provided in all areas.
3. 33 rua che guevare fazenda, Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $42 - $83
Located in Praia, 500 m from Sucupira Market, Hotel Cesaria features a sun terrace and views of the city. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
4. Avenida Jorge Barbosa, 1037 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $99 - $132
Offering an outdoor pool, Hotel Vip Praia is located in Praia. Free WiFi access is available.
5. Chã De Areia, 1000 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $73 - $157
Offering a restaurant with a panoramic view, Hotel Pérola is located in Praia. Free WiFi access is available.
6. Prainha, 1000 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $99 - $127
Offering a restaurant, Boutique Hotel Pescador offers self-catering accommodations. Free WiFi access is available.
7. Rua Cidade Figueira da foz Achada Sto. Antonio, 1000 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $52 - $108
Located just a 10-minute drive from the beach in Praia, Hotel Santiago offers a bar, restaurant and 24-hour reception. The harbor is only a 5-minute drive away.
8. Rua 5 de Julho nº 42 Plateau, 273A - ASA Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $53 - $124
Hotel Santa Maria is located in the historic center of Praia and a 15-minute walk from Kebra Canela Beach. It offers a terrace, a 24-hour front desk and a shared seating area with a flat-screen TV.
9. Rua da Alfandega Praia, Cabo Verde, Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $78
Beramar Hotel in Praia features 3-star accommodations with a terrace. The property features a shared lounge, as well as a bar. African cuisine is served at the restaurant.
10. R. Pedonal, 30 - Plateau, 1234 Praia, Cape Verde, Price range $42 - $70
Boutique Hotel Praia Maria offers accommodations in Praia.
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Sal Island Overview - Cape Verde

The Island of Sal is the main tourist destination accounting for over 50% of all travellers to Cape Verde. They are drawn to the beautiful all year round climate, fantastic beaches and world-class water sports. Sal is certainly the most developed of all the Cape Verdean Islands from the point of view of tourism and caters for all budgets from 5* resort style hotels to small bed & breakfast and residential apartments. Sal is the gateway to the other Islands and therefore acts as an ideal base.

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BOA VISTA CAPE VERDE | OUR TRAVEL GUIDE

Boa Vista has white sandy beaches, clear blue sea and it's the best place to go whale watching in Cape Verde. It even has a desert! Watch our Travel Guide Video if you want to see and know more about Boa Vista. Don't forget to switch on the English Subtitles!

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Sal is the most populair island of Cape Verde and it is the perfect destination for a sunny holiday. But besides chilling at the beach you can also swim with sharks. What! Yes you can ;) And a lot of other activities as well. Watch our Travel Guide Video if you want to know more about all the things Sal has to offer you. Don't forget to switch on the English Subtitles!

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Sao Vicente - Cape Verde

São Vicente is an island in northwestern Cape Verde, which belongs to the geographical region Ilhas de Barlavento.

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