The Cape Verde Islands compose of 9 inhabited Islands which lie almost 400 miles off the West Coast of Africa. Six of the Islands are volcanic and 3 are Sandy and Flat.
Originally a Portuguese colony for over 300 Years. The Islands finally became Independent in 1975. With an excellent average climate of 20° to 30° C year round. The Islands are popular for clients in search of somewhere warm, with less tourism, than the Canary Islands to the North.
With a tropic infusion of roots from Africa & Portugal, the locals are quite keen on Dance and Music. The Islands have a growing tourism industry and there is great Fishing. There are fine white Sandy Beaches, Good Winds and lots of Water Sports for keen enthusiasts.
From Winter to Spring the Islands are visited by humpback whales along with many different varieties of Dolphins. From Spring to October, 5 different species of Turtles come ashore to lay eggs and return home.