This beautiful Atlantic archipelago, situated some 500km of Africa’s western coast, features a striking, diverse topography, encompassing rugged mountains and volcanoes, unspoiled beaches, lush valleys, deserts and pastel hued salt lakes.
A paradise for lovers of adventure and the outdoors: hiking, diving, whale-watching, windsurfing and horse riding are just some of the myriad activities on offer, whilst the vibrant, and welcoming, towns and cities are the beating hearts of their respective islands, and permeate with history, culture, food and music!
An 8 day sailing tour across six of Cape Verde’s islands, where you will explore some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes, and charming towns and villages, and dine in some of its finest eateries.
TUI is the only operator to offer direct flights from the UK to Cape Verde. Their weekly flights run from London Gatwick, Manchester International, Birmingham and Glasgow. Alternatively, you can fly from Lisbon with TAP Portugal.
Although Cape Verde is a great, year-round destination, the driest period between November and June is the best time to visit.
We recommend a minimum of 6 days.
British citizens do not require a visa to enter Cape Verde and may remain there for a period of up to 30 days. However, they must register online with the Cape Verde authorities prior to their arrival.