Cabo Verde, Boa Vista Wave Adventures
|Dates||Jan 10 - Jan 19, 2022 (10 days)|
|Ports of Call||Porto de Sal Rei, Boa Vista|
|Mean Avg Wind||13.9 NE|
Big winds, big wave potential. This poor nation off the west coast of Senegal is comprised of 9 main islands. Known for its soulful music, headed by its most famous musician, Cesaria Evora; and its colorful Portuguese culture the Cape Verdes have more recently become popular for kite and surf adventurers seeking a wilder, more remote experience than the nearby Canaries. Not quite African and not quite European, Cape Verde today is almost Brazilian in feel. With the possibility of swimming with Whalesharks, this could be a very action-packed trip.
We begin and end this amazing Adventure exploring Boa Vista, a flat arid island covered with sand dunes and date palms, roaming Whalesharks, and a LOT of waves. "With its feathery lines of dunes, stark plains and scanty oases you can't you can't help but think of Boa Vista as nothing but a chunk of the Sahara that's somehow broken off the side of Africa and floated out here." -- Lonely Planet. There is a mix of waves from expert to intermediate that will keep everyone on board in smiles.
For more info on the kitesurfing in Boavista
Read about our last trips in the Cape Verdes (and watch the videos below from our last trip here and some wave spectacular from F.One):
Return from the Brink in Cabo Verde
Carnivals and Solitude
Final Sessions and a Few Lessons
Winds in Cape Verde blow consistently and strong and swell arrives from the north just as regularly. For those looking to perfect your wave riding techniques, with some very interesting culture, sailing and adventure thrown into the mix, this is the trip.
RESOURCES: For information on flights, please visit here. For all the TACV offices around the world, please visit here. Domestic flights are often booked up well in advance, so make your bookings early. For information on visas, please visit Visa Help and Lonely Planet
- Majestic coastline
- Music and Dance
- Wind and Waves
- Anchorages can be rolly
- Dengue fever outbreaks at times
Cabin 1 - Wendell Meeres - Guests: Mark McColman
Cabin 3 - Pierre Alarie - Guests: Jacquie Alarie
Cabin 4 - James Hansler - Guests: Lawrence Waspe