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Boa Vista Island: 4-Hour – Explore some highlights of Boa Vista Island in this four Hour tour, Have opportunity to visit Rabil, meet locals and visit a local handicraft production. Admire the Viana Desert, Visit an old boat “Cabo Santa Maria” which is a symbol of Boa Vista Island, visit also the beautiful Fatima Church.
Viana Desert, located on the Boa Vista Island in Cape Verde, is a fascinating landscape of sand dunes that stretch for miles, making it a popular tourist attraction. The sand is often a rich golden color, and the dunes vary in height, offering visitors the chance to enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area. Visitors can take part in activities like dune buggying, camel rides, or sandboarding. The area is also home to various bird species and reptiles, making it an ideal location for nature enthusiasts.
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Get picked up at your hotel and depart towards Rabil, the second most populated village in Boa Vista. There, meet locals, visit a local handicraft production, and appreciate the work of artisans who dedicate themselves to making decorative pieces with clay from the Barreiro .
Head to Rabil to visit a local handicraft center and appreciate the work of artisans.
Then, take the path into the Viana Desert in the northwestern part of the island, a must-see place for anyone visiting Boa Vista. Marvel in the sand forming dunes brought from the Sahara Desert to the island by the wind over many years. Feel the African wind, the tropical sun, and enjoy the landscape that offers different beauties. Experience walking barefoot on the warm sand and rolling off the dunes and see the curious gaze of goats that live there and feed on the acacias that borders the desert.
Next, visit the wreckage of Cabo Santa Maria, and pause to enjoy the beautiful Praia da Atalanta beach where it is stranded.
Head towards Sal Rei, stopping at the Chapel of Our Lady of Fatima for breathtaking views over the sea.