Visa agreement between Cape Verde and the European Union (EU)

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Regional Integration informs that, after the necessary internal procedures, both in the European Union and in Cape Verde, have been concluded, the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Cape Verde amending the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Cape Verde on the facilitation of the issuance of short-stay visas for citizens of the Republic of Cape Verde and the European Union, enters into force on 1 July 2022.… Read More

CV Interilhas strengthens maritime transport fleet in Cape Verde with two ships

CV Interilhas, a maritime transport concessionaire in Cape Verde, led by the Portuguese group ETE, will reinforce the fleet with two ships this year, one of which starts operations in May with an investment of four million euros. “In less than two years we will already be on the second ship, to arrive in the coming weeks. And by the end of the year, we are still thinking of bringing another ship to build a fleet of ships suitable for Cape Verde”.… Read More

Cape Verde on tourists list of safest countries

Medical and security services company International SOS again placed Cape Verde as one of the safest countries for tourists to visit in 2021, along with others such as Greenland, Switzerland, Slovenia and Norway.

According to the map on travel risks released this week, Cape Verde is once again part of the group of just over a dozen states with an “insignificant” level of risk for travelers.… Read More

Covid Precautions for Travel to Cape Verde and Other Islands

The Prime Minister guaranteed that the trips will be resumed with extra precautions of sanitary control. He reinforced, “A number of measures were approved in good time: mandatory use of masks, temperature measurement, hygiene and health surveillance form. Ports and airports, air and sea carriers, are subject to strict health security measures”.… Read More