cape verde holidays boa vista
Holidays to Boa Vista are your gateway to Cape Verde, a group of under-the-radar islands off the west coast of Africa. Mention Cape Verde to the man on the street, and it’s likely you’ll get a blank look in response. These islands, about 400 miles off the coast of …
Experience our beautiful island paradise with Boa Vista Tours. Get to know the history of these islands and the Cape Verdeans first hand. Your German Guide Frank will teach you interesting facts about the history of Cape Verde, but also what its like to live there.
About Boa Vista, Cape Verde. The island is home to some of the archipelago’s most beautiful and rewarding beaches, with the sands here stretching for 55km. On the beaches and the waters that surround them, holiday-makers can choose to either relax in the gorgeous sunshine, or alternatively get active across a range of water sports.
Boa Vista Cape Verde (Boa Vista which means “good view” in Portuguese) is the most easterly island of the archipelago. Situated just 450km from Senegal on the African mainland. It …
Carnival; February/March: Brazilian and African influences are obvious in Cape Verde, but the European tradition of carnival showcases the Portuguese heritage of Boa Vista and its sister islands. Expect the usual riot of colourful costumes, dancing, parades and parties that go on well after the sun has set.
The Iberostar Club Boa Vista is a 5-star hotel on the seafront of Chaves Beach within the beautiful resort of Sal Rei, Cape Verde. It is a large complex made up of 276 rooms and situated not too far from a great selection of dining options, local shops and plenty of places to enjoy an evening out in Cape Verde! Read more about this hotel.
Serving up 55 kilometres’ of coastline and year-round sun, holidays to Boa Vista are the real desert island deal. Ask a room full of people to pinpoint Cape Verde on a map, and you might be surprised at how many are left scratching their heads.