Cape Verde - Travel and Tourism
Located off the coast of West Africa, Cape Verde is one of the continent’s best-kept island secrets.
Cape Verde has a rich ethnic culture that blends Portuguese and Senegalese customs and traditions.
The weather is beautiful all year round, the temperature usually about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Cape Verde’s geographical position,
Visas are required for entry into Cape Verde for visitors from all countries. Make sure to have a valid passport.
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Cape Verde is quite safe, and crime is relatively low. When traveling by ferry, be aware of sea conditions before taking off.
The official language is Portuguese, but most of the locals speak Cape Verde an Creole, a mixture of Senegalese and Portuguese.
The Ethnographic Museum (Museu Etnográfico) is located in Praia, Cape Verde's largest city and a commercial center.