Cape Verde Things to Do
The small islands of Cape Verde lie of the coast of Africa. Head here for warm waters and magnificent diving. Cape Verde home to some of the loveliest waters in the world. Try island hopping, kite surfing or hitch a submarine to go beneath the waters.
Cape Verde consists of several scattered islands. Some are uninhabited while others have lots of people. Take a day trip and go island hopping so you can get a feel for the entire country. Hire a boat or get several short flights that will bring you to a few islands in the course of a week.
One of the largest of the Cape Verdean islands, Sal is one of the best known of the islands with a huge international crowd of vacationers. Come here to meet people from all over the world. Go swimming, snorkeling, diving and fishing and then chug back a Portuguese beer and vinho verde for dinner.
The delightfully warm currents off the coast of the islands make the perfect place to grab a ride and learn how to surf above the seas. It’s safe and fun.
The off shore area is littered with shipwrecks. See the wrecks up-close from the comfort of a submarine trip.
The Blue Eye
One of the natural wonders of the world, this large natural blue limestone hole is the ideal place for a dive. Join a tour that will bring you down the rocks to the ocean, through the hole and then into the ocean and back again.
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