This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more

10 Best Places to Visit in Cape Verde

x

Discover the beauty of the Cape Verde islands - diariesof destinations

Buy the Cape Verde issue of diariesof destinations here ➜

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.

That's it! diariesof Cape Verde the magazine is OUT NOW!
Find out more about this beautiful country and order your 164 pages print magazine now ➜


What do you think about Cape Verde Islands? Have you been there? Is it on your list? Let us know.
Thanks for all your support. You can Like, Subscribe or Comment our video. We appreciate it.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Video ➜ Gabriele Rumbolo, Jorge Valente
Music ➜ Elida Almeida - Lebam ku bo ➜
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

About diariesof
After an epic journey through South America with their motorbike Anabela and Jorge Valente decided to launch diariesof. diariesof is not just another travel magazine. diariesof is a bi-annual coffee table magazine on experiential travelling. The editorial content is prepared by an international team of contributors, photographers, bloggers and independent travellers. Each issue covers one country exclusively. The different sections of the magazine offer personal experiences on adventurous accounts, genuine and independent testimonials, exclusive interviews and reliable evidence on social and humanitarian projects.

More than making the readers travel around the world whilst reading it, diariesof intends to inspire the readers to see the world for themselves. diariesof was born after a crowdfunding campaign launched in 2014.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Get More Travel Inspiration on ➜

or Subscribe to our Newsletter ➜

Share this Video ➜

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Let’s be friends on
Facebook ➜
Instagram ➜
Twitter ➜

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and watch other Videos


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 Reasons you should visit Cabo Verde in West Africa! | How to travel better

Language Tsar's free travel course 👉
Language Tsar's free language course 👉

In this video, you'll learn the 5 reasons I give for traveling to Cabo Verde.

Website:

You can view subtitles of the video's transcript by selecting the language you want in the 'cc' box or 'closed captions' box. So far I have added this option for English.

Subscribe:
Website:
YouTube channel:
Twitter:
Facebook:
Google+:
Pinterest:
VK:

Languages: English
x

CAPE VERDE TOURISM - A real beach lover's paradise

Welcome to Cabo Verde...or Cape Verde,

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.

Visit
All INCLUSIVE VACATIONS right here. Reviews, tips, and much more. Get free INCLUSIVE VACATIONS guide

PLEASE SUBCRIBE

travel to : Cape Verde !!!

Best places to visit in Cape Verde Islands !

Thanks for watching !
x

Top10 Recommended Hotels in Santa Maria, Island of Sal, Cape Verde

Subscribe to the channel
Top10 Recommended Hotels in Santa Maria, Island of Sal, Cape Verde: 1. Oasis Salinas Sea *****
2. Melia Llana Beach Resort & Spa ****
3. Hotel Riu Palace Cabo Verde *****
4. Odjo d'Agua Hotel ****
5. Oasis Belorizonte ****
6. Smartline Crioula Hotel ****
7. Pontao Hotel ***
8. Hilton Cabo Verde Sal Resort *****
9. Hotel Dunas de Sal ****
10. Sal Beach Club

Houses and flats for rent in Santa Maria
Look for cheap airline tickets to Santa Maria

Address:
1. Ilha do Sal, Santa Maria Beach, 0063 Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 157
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Offering an outdoor pool and a spa and wellness centre, Oasis Salinas Sea is located in Santa Maria. Free Wi-Fi access is available in this resort.
2. Unnamed Road, Cape Verde, From € 139
Situated on the South-West coast of Sal Island, Cape Verde, Llana Beach Hotels sits between MELIA Tortuga Beach Resort and MELIA Dunas Beach Resort & Spa. A prime coastal location, the resort includes 605 suites in total and houses a range of facilities to accommodate the high levels of tourism. Designed with ocean views in mind, the development ensures that every opportunity to optimise its coastal location have been maximised.
3. Cabocan Lote A2, A3, Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 187
The Hotel Riu Palace Cape Verde overlooks a stunning white sand beach on Sal Island and has fully-equipped facilities so that your vacation with family or friends is unforgettable. This all-inclusive hotel in Cape Verde offers you significant conveniences, such as free Wi-Fi, a wide variety of food options and several entertainment programs so that your stay with RIU Hotels & Resorts is an enjoyable one.
4. Zona do Farolinho, CP 71, 4111 Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 62
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Located in Santa Maria, 300 m from Parish of Our Lady of Sorrows, Odjo d'Agua Hotel features a hot tub and sauna. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
5. Santa Maria Beach, 0063 Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 149
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Oasis Belorizonte is located in Santa Maria.
6. Avenida dos Hoteis, 4111 Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 88
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Smartline Crioula Hotel is located in Santa Maria. Free WiFi access is available.
7. Avenida dos Hoteis, 4111 Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 53
This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Pontao Hotel is located in Santa Maria, just 300 m from Parish of Our Lady of Sorrows. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
8. Avenida dos Hoteis, 4111 Santa Maria, Cape Verde
This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Showcasing a year-round outdoor pool and water sports facilities, Hilton Cabo Verde Sal Resort is located in Santa Maria in the region of Sal. There is a casino on site and guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
9. Ponta Preta - Santa Maria , 21100 Santa Maria, Cape Verde
This property is a 4-minute walk from the beach. Located 150 m from Santa Maria beach, Hotel Dunas de Sal is set in a garden with 2 swimming pools. It features a spa and a gym, and Sal International Airport is 18 km away.
10. Rua 5 Agusto, Santa Maria, 1234 Santa Maria, Cape Verde, From € 107
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Offering a restaurant, Sal Beach Club is located by the seafront, in Sal Rei. Free Wi-Fi access is available in this resort.

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.
x

CABO VERDE 1 COUNTRY 10 DESTINATIONS

10 Most Dangerous Beaches for Deadly Shark Attacks

Get more Tips here!

Shark attacks seem to be on the rise in many parts of the world, therefore, you might want to steer clear of the following known shark-infested waters. Statistically, these are among the most dangerous beaches for deadly shark attacks.

1. Pernambuco, Brazil

The shockingly high attack rate in these waters appears to be due to over-fishing. Without enough food supply, the sharks have begun to sample other forms of fare to satisfy their relentless hunger.

2. Second Beach, South Africa

The beach is popular among shark-seeking tourists and cage divers. Tour operators dump boatloads of bloody chum in the water order to entice the great whites. You definitely don’t want to surf or swim anywhere near these boats and their chum lines.

3. New Smyrna Beach, Florida

More than 238 shark attacks have been documented at Florida’s (surprisingly) popular New Smyrna Beach. In fact, 15% of worldwide shark bites have occurred here. Most of the bites are courtesy of baby bull sharks that favor these waters. To date, none of the recorded attacks here have been fatal.

4. Velzyland Beach, Hawaii

About 41 different shark species that frequent Hawaii’s waters including aggressive specimens like bull sharks and great whites. The last fatal shark attack at this beach occurred in 1994 when a tiger shark attacked a surfer. More recent attacks on surfers have been reported, but none fatal.

5. New South Wales, Australia

This region, which includes famous Bondi Beach, has recorded more than 170 unprovoked shark attacks and more than 50 fatal attacks, and great white shark encounters are more common here than in other parts of the world. Due to the position of the continental shelf, swimmers and surfers are in close proximity of deep waters where these potential predators cruise.

6. Fletcher Cove, California

Fletcher Cove may be picturesque, but it is also the scene of 142 unprovoked shark attacks, including some recent fatalities. Scientists are convinced that the fish-strewn waters in this region are ideal feeding grounds for large predators like the great white.

7. Reunion Island, Indian Ocean

This island has had more than 10 attacks in a recent two-year period, three being fatal. This has prompted island officials to close the beaches to swimmers and surfers. Experts aren’t sure why the sharks are biting people with greater frequency.

8. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Since 2005, there have been more than fifty attacks. In fact, researchers have claimed that South Carolina’s waters are just as dangerous as Florida’s when comparing the swimmer-to-attack ratio. Their waters are attractive to species like tiger sharks and bull sharks.

9. Coffin Bay, Australia

The name says it all. Don’t swim here unless you fancy a meeting with a great white. Recently an abalone diver was attacked and killed by two great white sharks. His body was never recovered.

10. Surf Beach, California

A nineteen-year-old surfer was attacked and killed a few years ago by a great white shark believed to be 18 feet in length. The waters here are home to seals, which attract great whites in large numbers.

Top Ten Things to Do in Puerto Rico

S U B S C R I B E:
Here's a countdown with links for my top 10 things to do in Puerto Rico!

▼◦▼◦▼LINKS & MORE INFO IN THE DESCRIPTION ▼◦▼◦▼

WELCOME TRAVELISTAS ☺
If you're new to my channel, please subscribe! I love going on adventures and I make travel & lifestyle videos every week ❥

// CONNECT WITH ME //
✮ website:
✮ twitter:
✮ instagram:
✮ facebook:
✮ snapchat:

// LINKS & INFO //

Number 10: Go for a hike in El Yunque National park – This is the only subtropical rainvforest in the US (besides Hawaii) and is filled with so much bio diversity. Make sure you spot the ylang ylang tree to smell the beautiful flowers used in some of the best perfumes.

Number 9: Have lunch in La Placita at Chef Jose Enrique’s restaurant. Jose Enrique is an award winning chef who uses his master culinary skills to enrich traditional Puerto Rican dishes.


Number 8: Shop in el Mercado in La Placita – Be sure to stop by and talk to Hector Ruiz Housler, who sells herbs and concoctions used to treat all sorts of ailments.

Number 7: Have a cafecito at Café Cuatro Sombras - Located in Old San Juan and has the richest, most authentic Puerto Rican coffee in town.

Number 6: Visit Casa Cortés - Indulge your senses in fine chocolate and fine art here. Try their chocolate and cheese snack and sample one of their delicious chocolate beverages.

Number 5: Go to Piñones for authentic Puerto Rican street food – Try the fresh oysters, clams and all of the delicious fried food offered here. Be sure to pass by the cultural center to learn the history of this important Puerto Rican neighborhood.

Number 4: Spend an afternoon in the Botanical Gardens – Take a tour and smell the cinnamon and bay rum trees and if you’re lucky, you just might spot a coqui.

Number 3: Stay on Condado Beach. I love the San Juan Marriott Resort and Casino. It’s a quick drive from the airport, has breathtaking views, and has amazing service.

Number 2: Have a Bioluminescence experience - Puerto Rico has three Bioluminescent bays which contain millions of micro-organisms, called “dinoflagellates”, that glow fluorescent in the dark when agitated.

Number 1: Explore the beaches. Puerto Rico is blessed with beautiful beaches around the entire island. With warm Caribbean water and happy vacationers relaxing with their good vibes, a visit to the beach is an absolute must. My top picks are Condado, Luquillo, Dorado and Bahia Beach.

More Cape Verde Sites

More beautiful places to visit in Cape Verde including the old capital, Cidade Velha, the Lighthouse in Praia, Santiago and so much more.

C L I C K here to see previous video:


F O L L O W me on Instagram: @kenephew

E M A I L me at theadventuresofken@gmail.com

C H E C K out my blog at

F E A T U R E D in this video:

Drone Footage:

Drone Cabo Verde made by Sergio Mateus


Music:
“Cidade Velhia” by Lura
x

30 Things to do in Cape Town, South Africa Travel Guide

Join us as we visit Cape Town, South Africa in this travel guide on a mission to find the best things to do in Cape Town city.

The Mother City is a melting pot of cultures, cuisines, landscapes to tickle your every fancy. From imposing Table Mountain to colorful Bo-Kaap to pristine Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens you'll find Cape Town appeals to the culture vulture, foodie and outdoor enthusiast in ways few other cities can.

Cape Town is one of our favorite cities in the world and we're thrilled to show you why in this travel guide covering 30 things to do in Kaapstad / iKapa.

30 Things to do in Cape Town City Tour | South Africa Travel Guide

Intro - 00:01
1) Table Mountain Aerial Cableway - cable car ride to Table Mountain - 00:38
2) Table Mountain National Park for views of Cape Town - 01:01
3) Rooftop Views of Table Mountain - 01:28
4) Scootour of Signal Hill - 03:01
5) Honest Chocolate for Coffee and Chocolate - 03:30
6) Gin Tasting at Hope on Hopkins Distillery - 03:48
7) Victoria & Alfred Waterfront for eating and shopping - 04:38
8) V&A Waterfront Harbour Cruise - 05:05
9) Silo Hotel + Museum for lunch at The Granary Café - 05:15
10) Bo-Kaap for Cape Malay culture and food - 05:38
11) Cape Malay Food at Biesmiellah Restaurant - 05:56
12) City Sightseeing Cape Town Bus Tour - 08:33
13) Camps Bay for beaches, food and entertainment - 09:08
14) Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens - 09:32
15) Beau Constantia Wine Tasting - 10:11
16) Castle of Good Hope bastion fort - 11:28
17) District Six Museum - 12:27
18) Slave Lodge Museum - 12:57
19) South African National Gallery - 13:10
20) The Company's Garden park & heritage site - 13:22
21) Breakfast Brunch at The Company's Garden Restaurant - 13:50
22) Sidecar Tour of the Cape Peninsula - 15:03
23) Cape Point - Cape of Good Hope - 15:56
24) Penguins at Boulders Beach - 16:10
25) Greenmarket Square shopping in Cape Town - 16:28
26) Gatsby Sandwich at Miriam's Kitchen - 17:11
27) Bunny Chow Curry at the Eastern Food Bazaar - 20:28
28) International Cuisine in Cape Town (Peruvian Food at Charango) - 23:04
29) Street Art Tour of Cape Town with Juma's - 23:15
30) Nightlife on Kloof Street and Long Street - 23:30
Outro - 24:40

GEAR WE USE
Olympus OM-D E-M5 II:
Canon G7X:
Olympus 14-150mm II Lens:
Rode Video Mic GO:
Joby Gorilla Pod:
SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro:

SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS

AUDREY:
blog:
instagram:
facebook:
twitter:

SAMUEL:
blog:
facebook:
twitter:
instagram:

Our visit Cape Town travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best attractions within the city limits and Western Cape), top adventure recreation and the city by day and night. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Cape Town tourism brochure, Cape Town itinerary or Cape Town, South Africa city tour.

30 Things to do in Cape Town, South Africa Travel Guide Video Transcript:

Today we’re taking you around one of our favourite cities: Cape Town, South Africa.

We first visited Cape Town in 2015 as the final stop on a monthlong trip across South Africa. However, by the time we arrived, we only had a couple of days to spare and the weather was less than ideal, so we didn’t get to see very much.

We knew we had to return to do the city justice and also film a proper Cape Town travel guide for you guys. This time around, we gave ourselves a full week to spare.

Our days were packed with sightseeing, and with visits to restaurants, chocolate shops, wineries and gin distilleries, so without further delay, let us show you 30 things do in Cape Town, South Africa.

And that’s a wrap for our week in Cape Town, South Africa. We hope you enjoyed following along and that this guide gave you a few ideas of things to see, do and eat in Cape Town. As always, if you have any other suggestions for fellow travellers, feel free to share those in the comments below. In the meantime, wishing you happy travels and see you next time!

This is part of our Travel in South Africa video series showcasing South African food, South African culture and South African cuisine.

Music by Mike Chino
Songs: Beyond and Dream Chaser
Soundcloud:

TOP 10 Places to Visit in Vanuatu

TOP 10 Places to Visit in Vanuatu. Watch this video and share it with your friend if you like this video please Subscribe My Channel For more video.
=======================================================
KEYWORD: TOP 10 Places to Visit in Vanuatu.
=======================================================
FOLLOW ME:
fb page:
fb group:
G+ group:
G+ Page:
Twitter:
Instagram:
Another Channel:
=======================================================
10. Aore Island
Aore Island is an island in Sanma Province, Vanuatu. It is located opposite Luganville on Espiritu Santo and has an area of 58 km².

09. Malakula Island
Malakula Island, also spelled Malekula, is the second-largest island in the nation of Vanuatu, in the Pacific Ocean region of Melanesia.

08. Aneityum
Aneityum is the southernmost island of Vanuatu, in the province of Tafea.

07. Pentecost Island
Pentecost Island is one of the 83 islands that make up the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu. It lies 190 kilometres due north of capital Port Vila. Pentecost Island is known as Pentecôte in French and Pentikos in Bislama.

06. Ambrym
Ambrym is a volcanic island in Malampa Province in the archipelago of Vanuatu. Volcanic activity on the island includes lava lakes in two craters near the summit.

05. Luganville
Luganville is the second largest city in Vanuatu. Its population is 16,312. The city is called Santo by people from Vanuatu's northern islands, who use Luganville as their big city.

04. Espiritu Santo
Espiritu Santo is the largest island in Vanuatu, an archipelago country in the South Pacific. It’s known for its beaches, such as Champagne Beach and Lonnoc Beach, with coral reefs and clear, sheltered waters. The town of Luganville has WWII relics like Quonset huts at Main Wharf. Nearby, popular dive sites include the sunken SS President Coolidge cruise liner and Million Dollar Point’s submerged U.S. war machinery.

03. Tanna
Tanna is an island in Vanuatu, an archipelago country in the South Pacific. On the southeast coastIt’s known for Mount Yasur, an active volcano with frequent explosions from its vents. To the east, Port Resolution is a natural harbor with nearby hot springs, a freshwater lake and a beach. The villages of Sulphur Bay and Imanaka are known for their devotion to the John Frum religious movement.

02. Efate
Efate is an island in the Pacific Ocean which is part of the Shefa Province in Vanuatu. It is also known as Île Vate.

01. Port Vila
Port Vila is the harborside capital and main hub of Vanuatu, on Efate island. Its small downtown is home to colorful market stalls selling produce and local handicrafts. The National Museum of Vanuatu, inside the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, displays artifacts such as slit-gong drums and outrigger canoes. The town is a base for diving and trips to Mele Cascades, a multi-tiered waterfall with rock pools in a rainforest.

Collect Information:
Background Music:
x

10 Things NOT To Do in The Canary Islands

Get more Tips here!

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!


Where do you want to know what not to do in next?
Comment Below!

Cape Verde Tourism - African Flavor Magazine.Com


Cape Verde tourism, all inclusive discount package deals. If you are planning a trip to Africa or the Caribbean, African Flavor Magazine can handle all your travel plans.

ALL NEW VISITORS CAN SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL HERE -
(Thumbs up this video!)


CHECK OUT My WEBSITE HERE -
(Don't forget to share whichever article you like!)


••MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION••

Travel with us to West Africa -


Start a Business In Africa -


Ghana, West Africa Tourism -


••MY OTHER SOCIAL SITES••

Facebook -

Twitter -

Linkedin -

BlackJunctionTV:

Blackjunction:

Cape Verde Travel

Cape Verde Travel - The Republic of Cape Verde is an island country, spanning an archipelago located in the Macaronesia ecoregion of the North Atlantic Ocean, off the western coast of Africa, opposite Mauritania and Senegal.

It is slightly more than 4,000 km² in area with an estimated population of over 500,000. The capital of Cape Verde is Praia. The previously uninhabited islands were discovered and colonized by the Portuguese in the 15th century, and attained independence from Portugal in 1975.

As of 2007, Cape Verde is classified as a developing country after being promoted from Least Developed Countries status. About 20% of the population lives on less than $1.25 (U.S.) a day. ( source Wikipedia )
Enjoy Your Cape Verde Travel!
x

Beat the crowds – visit Cape Verde | First Choice holidays

Looking for a less-discovered island escape this year? Try Cape Verde, a group of ten islands off the coast of West Africa, whose natural beauty and year-round sunshine are turning heads in the world of travel. Watch this video to see how you could explore these idyllic islands and their picturesque pastel villages, dramatic volcanic scenery and endless powdery beaches on a First Choice holiday…

Like the look of Cape Verde? Book your All Inclusive holiday here:

Connect with us:
Facebook:
Twitter:
Instagram:

Endless sandy beaches and steadfast sunshine aren’t the only reasons to visit Cape Verde. This collection of volcanic islands also has plenty of jaw-dropping natural attractions to push it to the top of your dream destination list. Beyond the beaches you’ll find miles of craggy coastline, sprawling salt lakes, desert dunes and lush valleys. Fogo Island is also home to an active volcano, which at 2,839m is Cape Verde’s highest peak.

Watch this video to see how you can discover these natural wonders in your own action-packed adventure. Take a drive through the desert sands on Boa Vista with a 4x4 safari one adrenaline-filled afternoon. Or, try your hand at kite-surfing on Sal’s Atlantic swell. Explore Cape Verde’s abundant marine life on a scuba-diving trip in the clear waters surrounding Boa Vista and Sal. For a more relaxed approach to island life, meanwhile, take your camera and snap a shot of Sal’s famous Cabo Santa Maria cargo shipwreck. And save some time to shop for local crafts in amongst Santa Maria’s colourful streets – just the place to fill your Instagram feed.

Find out more about things to do in Cape Verde here:

Say yes to First Choice holidays. Life’s too short to say no.

Travel TV - Cape Verde - Activities

Activities in Cape Verde

Handmade in Cape Verde by My Destination

My Destination Cape Verde...

Locally informed, globally inspired & lovingly handmade on the ground by our local experts!

Find out more at:

Cape Verde Holidays - All Inclusive Holidays to Cape Verde

Cape Verde Holidays Begin Here

Find cheap all inclusive holidays, things to do, restaurants and everything you need when planning a trip to Cape Verde

VISIT:

THINGS TO DO IN CAPE VERDE:


PLACE TO STAY IN CAPE VERDE


PLACE TO EAT IN CAPE VERDE



Subscribe to our Youtube channel :

FOLLOW US
Facebook :
Twitter :
Instagram :
Pnterest :
Google+ :

Cape Verde Tours

Cape Verde Tours - The Republic of Cape Verde is an island country, spanning an archipelago located in the Macaronesia ecoregion of the North Atlantic Ocean, off the western coast of Africa, opposite Mauritania and Senegal.

It is slightly more than 4,000 km² in area with an estimated population of over 500,000. The capital of Cape Verde is Praia. The previously uninhabited islands were discovered and colonized by the Portuguese in the 15th century, and attained independence from Portugal in 1975.

As of 2007, Cape Verde is classified as a developing country after being promoted from Least Developed Countries status. About 20% of the population lives on less than $1.25 (U.S.) a day. ( source Wikipedia )
Enjoy Your Cape Verde Tours!

Shares

x

Check Also

x

Menu