Updated on Mar 23, 2018 by Stacey Parsons
Blog > Photos which will make you want to visit Cape Verde
A selection of some of our favourite photography from across the archipelago...
Here’s a collection of our favourite images from the Cape Verde islands – from the endless sand dunes of Boa Vista to the volcanoes of Fogo, to the mountains of Santo Antão and the fishing boats of Sal, and not forgetting the vibrant Carnival which takes place on São Vicente. We’re hoping that these images will spark your curiosity to find out more about this still very undeveloped holiday destination, and fall in love with it as much as we have!
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Let's make a start with the glorious Viana Desert sand dunes found on Boa Vista...
Carnival fever takes hold in Mindelo.
Fogo’s magnificent, still-active volcano.
Local fishermen heading out to fish on the turquoise, clear waters on the island of Sal...
To later come back with their catch of the day.
Not forgetting Sal's beautiful bay, ideal for soaking up the sunshine.
Head out on a hike to explore the green, mountainous island of Santo Antão...
And feel like you’ve entered a completely new world!
Enjoy an afternoon of water sports on Kite Beach, Sal...
Or explore the rugged beaches and infectious culture of São Vicente.
Lastly, why not simply lie back and take in the sights and sounds of a glorious, deserted, white sand beach on Boa Vista… the choice is yours.
If these images have inspired you to find out more about a holiday to Cape Verde, you can visit our Holiday Ideas page, or find out more about the individual islands in our comprehensive online Guide.
Posted in Stacey Parsons | Tagged Photography
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