Sao Nicolau

One of the least discovered islands, Sao Nicolau has a very welcoming population and spectacular scenery. The island Sao Nicolau to the east of Santa Luzia is green and mountainous with good rainfall allowing good crops of fruits and coffee beans. Due to the perfect climate for the Dragon tree (Dragoeiro) this grows in abundance […]

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Santa Luzia

Cape Verde’s smallest island is nestled between Sao Vincente and Sao Nicolau in the westward islands. Due to its lack of water sources no settlers have remained on the island for long, however it remains a welcome stop for local fishermen. Folklore has it-the only inhabitant on Santa Luzia is a lone wandering shepherd which […]

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Brava

Brava an island paradise. As the smallest and most remote of Cape Verde’s inhabited islands, Brava has an abundance of lush, green vegetation and flowers due to its wet and cooler environment, with temperatures between 16 and 25 C. With dramatic lava cliffs and deep gorges, it is known as the “secret island” and “island […]

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Santiago

Santiago Known as the ‘Fertile Island’, is the largest of the Cape Verde islands and also the most diverse in its landscapes. With beaches, mountains and valleys in abundance, the two volcanic mountain ranges dominate the islands’ structure with the highest peak being Pico d’Antonia. The island, with it’s chequered past, was once the capital […]

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Boa Vista

Boa vista the island of Dunes Boa Vista is named by returning visitors as the island of sand dunes. When you visit, you will see why. The island is the third largest of the ten Cape Verde islands, with 35 miles of fantastic, picturesque sandy beaches which remain quiet and unspoilt. With the locals mingling […]

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Maio

Maio is a very secluded island situated south of Boa Vista. The beaches are breath taking and all around the island limestone valleys can be seen with an abundance of coconut palms; travel North and you can see the salt mines. It has the largest woodland area of the Cape Verde islands and travellers, usually with […]

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Santo Antao

Santo Antao. The second largest island, most westerly island in Cape Verde is famed for its breathtaking scenery, created by the huge mountain range dividing its land. Made up of volcanic material, the temperatures of its north coastal waters have been increasing since 1999, indicating that a new eruption may be a risk to the island. With […]

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Fogo

Fogo Is a volcano reaching 3000 metres above sea level. Pico de Fogo towers above the surrounding archipelago mountains and those wishing to see its spectacular views must have an abundance of energy for the climb to the summit. The island is one of the most southerly isles situated between Brava and Santiago. When it erupted in […]

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Sao Vicente

Sao Vincente, Mindelo which is the cultural capital of Cape Verde with its old English and Portuguese themed houses lining the beautiful harbour. Music and dancing attract visitors out at night with an amazing atmosphere until the early hours. Some of Cape verde’s greatest writers and musicians call this place home. Sport was also introduced […]

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Sal

Sal is the main tourism island for Cape Verde, with miles of perfect sandy beaches. The island lies 300 miles off the West coast of Africa and has a perfect climate. Expect an average of 28 degrees and breezy in the winter months, and around 34 degrees humid with a little less breeze in the […]

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