On the Big Game Fishing adventure you will voyage from the Santa Marina to the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. When your Captain finds the best spot, you will be taught to cast you angling line and sit tight for a catch. You will presumably get YellowFin Tuna or Dolphinfish. On the off chance that you are having one of those days that whatever you touch transforms into gold then you will see the blaze of Blue marlin and Sailfish.
Become the Lone Survivor
On this forlorn and segregated island of Illheu de Sal Rei, you will feel like that you are the only human left on this earth after a catastrophic alien intrusion. The main thing with which you can share your solitude is Duque de branganca fortress. The best way to escape from the hurly-burly of the world.
Boost your Racing DNA
This desert encompasses around 33% of the total area of Boa Vista. It is cut out of sand hills and red rocks. The uninhabited desert is a heaven for quad biking and 4x4 safaris
Encounter the Volcano
Fogo signifies "fire" in Portuguese, which is a decent reflector of its volcanic history. This island wears a crown which is 160-meter, which is known as Pico de Fogo to the local people. For majestic vistas, head to the coast. Keep in mind to savora Fogo wine in the pleasant town of Sao Filipe on the island.
Do an Underwater Excursion
You can get up-close and personal the submarine life without putting on your diving and snorkeling kit. A Glass-bottomed vessel makes this possible. Cape Verde has fertile waters which encompasses it shore. You can see droves of fishes, turtles, and wrecks as you float on the waters.
Taste the Delightful Grab Cape Verdean food
Cape Verde has a decent array of Italian and Portuguese eateries, and handmade spots serving local delights. You can have a go at the national dish, cachupa rica – a moderate cooked stew with maize, vegetables, beans and broiled fish.