Cape Verde2019-06-07T16:12:34+02:00

Welcome to Cape Verde

Discover the most jaw-dropping sites of Cape Verde. Amazing beaches on Ilha do Sal, unique hiking trails on Santo Antão and cultural festivities on São Vicente… You’ll fall in love with this almost unknown archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean.

Good to know before traveling to Cape Verde islands

Capital: Praia

Currency: Cape verdean escudo

Power voltage and socket type(s): 230V, plug types F and C.

Official religion(s): 95% of the population is Christian, followed by atheist and agnostic citizens

Official language(s) and general knowledge of English: Portuguese is the official language. Cape Verdean Creole is used colloquially and is the mother tongue of most Cape Verdeans. English is semi-widely spoken.

Main tourist areas: Sal, Boa Vista

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