Cape Verde, also known as the « Small Country, » is an Atlantic archipelago known for its rich cultural and racial mix, a result of its history of Portuguese colonization and influences from Africa and Europe.
With nine inhabited islands, there is something for everyone- from sandy beaches, to volcanic landscapes, and from colonial cities to lush valleys. Known for its unique music and artists like Cesária Évora, it’s also a popular destination for sailors, hikers, fishermen, and divers. The island nation has been independent since 1975 and is a must-see destination for those looking to experience the unique blend of cultures and traditions found in Cape Verde.
Cultures and traditions
Discovering the unique blend of cultures and traditions in Cape Verde, such as the African and European influences in the architecture and music of the islands. Visitors can experience this by visiting the colonial cities and listening to the local music, particularly the famous Morna style made popular by Cesária Évora.
Landscapes of Cape Verde
Exploring the diverse landscapes of Cape Verde, from the sandy beaches to the volcanic landscapes. Visitors can take a hike through the lush valleys and witness the unique geography of the island nation. For the more adventurous, there are also opportunities for sailing, fishing, and diving to fully immerse in the natural beauty of Cape Verde.
Welcome! Our team will be on hand to assist you with airport transfer and hotel check-in upon arrival. We will provide dinner and transportation throughout the day for any guests arriving at different times.