Welcome to vista verde tours – the travel expert of Cape Verde!

We are very proud of being able to launch our new website despite these unprecedented and difficult times.
It is of high importance to us as we truly believe that tourism is a key to the successful future of this country.
More than ever we – together with all our local service partners – pursue the philosophy of sustainable tourism.
Since the beginning of the crisis we have supported many families and local people thanks to our donation event.
Now we are going to focus on establishing the necessary hygienic standards, together with our service partners, in preparation for our first visitors.
Each guest should be able to experience a beautiful and memorable time here in Cape Verde.
I wish you a lot of fun browsing through our new site and I hope to see you soon!
Warm regards
Heike Alter
Mindelo, Spring  2021
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Brava with vista verde tours
Fischer mit Angel auf den Klippen
Brava with vista verde tours
Brava with vista verde tours
üppige Hügellandschaft im satten gruen
Brava with vista verde tours
idyllischer Küstenort auf der Blumeninsel Brava
Brava with vista verde tours
Flora Brava - ein Blütenmeer


Stunning landscapes on the flower island Brava

Nova Sintra on Brava
mango trees on Brava
coastal scenery on Brava
Klippen auf Brava

Brava with vista verde tours


As the fast ferry adjusts its timetable to the weather conditions, any visit to the island requires a high degree of flexibility.

Brava (en: “wild”) with its 64 km² is the smallest and greenest of the 9 inhabited islands. It is located in the south-west of the archipelago and can only be reached by ferry.
It still shows clear volcanic remnants, the interior and coast are very rugged. Splendid mountains are complemented by deep valleys.

Brava is characterized by its purity, varied landscapes and plateaus, which turn out to be a hiking paradise. Brava is located in the lee of the neighbouring island Fogo, resulting in frequent misty or foggy conditions which contribute to the creation of this fresh, green oasis.

You can find colourful flowers everywhere and the harmonious hilly landscapes resemble southern European scenes.

The peaceful coastal town Faja d'Agua has remained largely unchanged since the colonial era. The old mansions in Vila Nova Sintra are still as they were in colonial times when the Portuguese established their residences with beautiful gardens. The ferry that serves Brava is greatly influenced by weather and sea conditions, therefore any visit to the island requires a high degree of flexibility.


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