Cape Verde

 

Cape Verde (the Republic of Cabo Verde) is an archipelago and island country just 400 miles off the coast of West Africa. There are eight small islands and ten larger islands to visit and explore, each one offering high-quality services combined with pristine nature.

Famous for windsurfing and fishing, Cape Verde is popular with tourists from around the world. The most visited island in Cape Verde is Sal, filled with stunning beaches, watersports, reefs and corals, and incredible nightlife.

Private Charter Flights to Cape Verde with Admiral Jet

Six major airports are perfect for private charter aircraft, so depending on where you’re planning your visit will determine which airport is best to fly into. You can choose between:

  • Boa Vista Isl Rabil
  • Maio
  • Praia International
  • Sal Amilcar Cabral International
  • Sao Nicolau Preguica
  • Sao Vicente Sao Pedro

Admiral jet has access to thousands of aircraft, so choosing the right one for you has never been easier. We’ll make sure that your journey runs as smooth as possible. From helping you pick out the transfers and which airport to travel from to giving you the best possible service, we have you covered. Contact our team to help organise your private charter flights to Cape Verde.

Horseback riding at Santa Maria beach

If you’re heading to Sal, then you’ll want to head to Santa Maria beach. It’s by far the largest beach on the island and links directly to the salt flats. Riding the horse across the expansive landscapes allows you and your party to unwind and see the island’s natural beauty peacefully.

Imagine that you have got the crystal blue sea on one side and the beautiful rainbow coloured salt mines on the other. It’s a view unlike anything you’ll have experienced before. And this becomes even more impressive when you ride at sunset.

Hike Pico De Fogo

For the slightly more adventurous, take a trip to Fogo Island and hike the trail to the summit of Pico De Fogo. This is the highest point in Cape Verde, and the vistas are spectacular. The route is packed full of picturesque villages, hidden treasures and plenty of photograph-worthy spots.

Experience the Dune Buggy in Boa Vista

The desert island paradise known as Boa Vista has gigantic dunes that are perfect for adventure. There’s something for everyone in Cape Verde, and for those seeking an off-road thrill, there are two options, dune buggy or off-road cars. Either way, you’ll have a blast.

Learn About the History of Cape Verde

Santiago’s largest island has received some notable historical figures such as Captain Cook and Sir Frances Drake. Take a day trip to Cidade Velha (the former capital city), explore the 600-year-old church, shop in the market, and learn more about the islands’ history at the National Maritime Museum.

Top Tips for Visiting Cape Verde

Cape Verde Weather

The temperatures in Cape Verde range from 26°C to around 30°C year-round. The archipelago is in the tropics, so they do have a rainy season, but it’s pleasant to visit any time of the year.

Vibrant nightlife in Santa Maria

Santa Maria comes to life at night, with a whole range of bars, restaurants, and clubs. You’ll find local bands, international artists and DJs and there’s a fantastic party atmosphere.

The Cape Verdean Currency

The Cape Verdean escudo is only available to get and use on these islands. Thus, it’s known as a ‘closed currency’.