Cape Verde consists of ten islands, which are former Portugese colonies, independent since 1975.
These islands are a relatively new holiday destination, having only opened their doors to tourists recently. However, a visit to the Atlantic Sea archipelago is a must, if only to experience yearlong sunshine, endless beaches and the comforting reassurance of “No stress”, the Cape Verde motto.
It’s this “no stress” way of life that makes an all inclusive holiday to Cape Verde so appealing. A trip away to sea and sunshine, where food and drink is on tap and there are no worries about mealtimes, where to eat and going over budgets.
For a relatively new travel destination, there is a wealth of places on a Cape Verde all inclusive holiday. Our picks would centre around the Praia de Chavez area, which is on the west side of the island of Boa Vista.
Praia de Chavez is host to excellent all-inclusive resorts, all of which are of a high standard providing high quality service and excellent facilities, from kids’ clubs to spa treatments. In particular, the Iberostar Club Boa Vista Hotel and the Royal Decameron Boa Vista provide ideal cheap Cape Verde all inclusive holidays for couples, solo travellers and families.
With a wide selection of islands to visit in Cape Verde all offering different attractions. A hike up the still-active volcano on the island of Fogo is recommended, the beautiful beaches of Santa Maria on Sal are worthy taking in, as are the green valleys of banana plantations of Santiago.
Everywhere, you get a feel of an unspoilt landscape, after all tourism is in its infancy here. The land is fertile – full of papayas, okras, mangoes and pineapples and the people are very welcoming to visitors.
There are plenty of watersports, diving and whale watching to take part in. Evenings can be spent on the beach, with a cocktail in hand, watching the sun disappear over the horizon.
All inclusive holidays to Cape Verde means giving yourself a certain amount of freedom. When you bring families or groups of people on holiday, meal times can be fraught. However, an all inclusive allows people to eat what they want, when they want, without having a budget to stick to. An all inclusive to Cape Verde is ideal for solo travellers to – it provides a base to which you can base your travel plans around, and know that there is always somewhere you can eat and drink from regardless of what time of day it is.
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