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Cheap flights to Cape Verde

Reasons To Visit Cape Verde

The beautiful island nation of Cape Verde is spread across 10 islands around 500 km off the coast of West Africa and is known for its incredible natural beauty and interesting history. There are many exciting activities to enjoy across the country such as hiking around the mountainous terrain or partaking in some water sports such as kitesurfing. Along with its many outdoor opportunities, Cape Verde has a fascinating history and is still home to many heritage sites and landmarks. As an island nation, the cuisine of Cape Verde heavily incorporates seafood along with Portuguese flavors which you can enjoy at a restaurant overlooking the ocean.

Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for hotels in Cape Verde for every budget

Arriving In Cape Verde

There are three international airports serving Cape Verde, the primary airport being Sal International Airport which is closely followed by Praia International Airport just outside of the capital. In addition to this, the third busiest airport serving the country is Aristides Pereira International Airport on Boa Vista Island. If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Cape Verde you will not be able to make the journey directly as there are no airlines providing direct flights. However, all three of the country’s international airports have regular connections to destinations handling direct flights from the UAE, so you can conveniently make the trip with only a single stopover.

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Cape Verde Travel Information

Almost all nationals around the globe including those from the UAE will be able to obtain a visa upon arrival in Cape Verde. The weather in the country is consistently warm over the course of the year with average highs ranging from 25 to 29 degrees, with the hottest period falling between July and October. Remember that in Cape Verde the time zone is five hours behind that in the UAE, so don’t forget to set your clocks to local time when you arrive. In general you can expect prices around the nation to be lower than those in the UAE, so you won’t need to splash the cash in order to have a good time.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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