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Travel To Cape Verde
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.
- Go diving or snorkelling
There are a number of diving and snorkelling options for holidaymakers who want to explore Cape Verde beneath the waves. One of the best places to do this is on the island of Sal, with many opportunities presenting themselves from Santa Maria beach.
- Chill on the beach
Some people will find that relaxing on the beach is the best thing to do during their Cape Verde holiday. There are a number of great coastal spots to choose from, but among the finest are Santa Maria Beach on Sal, Praia de Chaves on Boa Vista and Santa Monica, also on Boa Vista.
- Stroll around Santa Maria
Santa Maria, on the island of Sal, is a colourful and atmospheric place to wander around for a day or two, soaking up an authentic flavour of Cape Verde that would otherwise desert those who choose to spend their entire trip on the sand.
- Go Kitesurfing
Cape Verde provides a fantastic range of water sports, but among the most exciting and rewarding are wind sports. Between January and May the winds can be quite strong on much of the coastline of Sal and Boa Vista, and this makes for some superb kitesurfing conditions. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a complete beginner, there is ample facilities and tuition available to holidaymakers looking to engage in the sport.
- Hike to a volcano
Stick on your hiking boots and grab your walking poles, the island of Fogo is superb for those that fancy getting active. There are a number of rewarding trails to attempt on the island, but one of the best has to be trekking in the Cha das Caldeiras towards the eerie remains of Pico do Fogo.
- Spot Turtles
You won't even need to enter the water for this one, especially if you visit Ervatao Beach between July and September. This is the third most important loggerhead turtle nesting site in the world, where the turtles come to lay their eggs in the sand. The best time to see them is at night and we offer a number of guided tours that will allow you to view this natural phenomenon during your holiday.
- Go horse riding
Heading for a ride on horseback is one of the most enjoyable ways of soaking up the sights and the atmosphere of the island of Boa Vista. Holidaymakers will love travelling along the shoreline and racing through the surf; an excursion which is available every afternoon.
- Try your hand at some fishing
Another of Cape Verde's fantastic water sports opportunities; fishing is extremely popular across the archipelago. Many of the islands offer guided fishing trips, though those from Sal and Boa Vista are the most readily available to tourists. Various types of fishing are on offer, from rock fishing and deep sea fishing, to big game fishing and surf casting.
- Visit Sal's salt mines
The salt mines of Pedra du Lume seem somewhat abandoned, but in the 18th century there were hundreds of people mining for salt here. The landscapes left by these old mines are very photogenic, but one of the real thrills of a visit comes in soaking yourself, or floating yourself, in the salt ponds it has left behind.
- Quad biking on sand dunes
Quad biking tours are readily available across Sal and Boa Vista. Many will follow a strict itinerary guiding you from site to site or beach to beach, while others tend to stick to the island's impressive sand dunes - a truly remarkable sight.