This music festival in the north of Sal Rei is a biggie – it goes on for a couple of days and pulls in performers from...Read More
Saint Isabel, Boa Vista's patron saint, gets her very own day of celebrations every year. The whole island bursts into... Read More
Verandinha Beach looks nothing like the rest of the beaches on Boa Vista. Its smooth golden sands are backed by bizarre... Read More
Fishing is still very much a way of life for the locals, thanks to the rich wate... Read More
You get the full-on Robinson Crusoe experience on this desert island. Catch a bo... Read More
If sand dunes get your vote, head to Boa Vista's mid-west, where they come super... Read More
It’d be a crime to come to Cape Verde and not spend a day out at sea. Join an ex... Read More
Deep valleys, tropical plantations, and dramatic black-sand beaches – that’s wha... Read More
This sweep of sand in Boa Vista stretches on for miles. It’s washed by warm wate... Read More
The combination of volcanic landscapes and crystal-clear waters on the island of... Read More
Back in the Sixties, a monster-sized freighter called the Cabo Santa Maria was s... Read More
Cape Verde benefits from the breeze of the trade winds, so windsurfing condition... Read More
This pale sweep of sand, which curves around Boa Vista’s north coast, is named a... Read More
Set just off the coast of Boa Vista, this uninhabited islet is edged with desert... Read More
This 16-kilometre sweep of white sand on Boa Vista's south coast is as standout ... Read More
The beaches of Boa Vista's capital, Sal Rei, have got it all going on – beach ba... Read More
It’s worth the desert drive to reach Cape Verde’s best beach. Named after Califo... Read More
If you’ve got a getaway planned in spring or early summer, keep your eyes on Boa... Read More
Back in the Sixties, a colossal Spanish freighter, called Cabo Santa Maria, run ... Read More
Rolling dunes plumped up like pillows, sun-scorched trees bent by trade winds, a... Read More
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