Boat trip & snorkeling with turtles
The full-package boat trip!
- 3 hr3 hours
- From 65€From 65€
- Pick up at the accommodation
This 3 hour boat ride offers all great sea elements and shows you the true life aboard a Cape Verdean fishermen's boat. You’ll leave Sao Pedro beach and explore the rocky coastline facing Baia das Gatas and the uninhabited island Santa Luzia. Jump in the ocean waters for snorkeling and enjoy lunch and snacks on board. The highlight of snorkeling with turtles is a great way to end the trip. Admire them from above and swim between the mighty sea creatures. Included ☑️ Snorkeling gear (fins, goggles) ☑️ Safety briefing and life jackets ☑️ Lunch with fresh fish and snacks on board ☑️ 2 snorkel stops Prices per person 🎫 €75 (2-3 persons) 🎫 €65 (4+ persons) 🎫 €37,5 per child (under 12) I love to travel, therefore I'm constantly looking for new opportunities to see different cultures and locations. Recenty I got a opportunity to travel to the gorgeous archipelago of Cape Verde, which is located off the coast of West Africa. The enchanted Cape Verde Boat Trips that let me find the delightful oceans, amazing landscapes, and unmistakable social encounters of this tropical paradise were one of the features of my get-away. Visitors may captivate in a wide range of activities in Cape Verde, a hidden jewel. The archipelago includes of 10 islands, each with its individual character, culture, and scenery. Through its exciting sailing excursions, Cape Verde may be seen in one of the best ways. The opportunity that provided by the boat trips to visit the Dazzling coastline, secret harbors, and crystal-clear waters that are alive with marine life. The opportunity to see unique marine life, like humpback whales, dolphins, and sea turtles, is just one of the most interesting aspects of Cape Verde's boat trips. The group of islands is a favorite vacation spot for anglers since it provides some of the greatest fish spots in the entire world. Boat cruises in Cape Verde provide the chance to see the stunning scenery, uninhabited beaches, and little settlements that are only reachable by boat in addition to the rich marine life.