Wildlife in Cape Verde

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Wildlife in Cape Verde Programs

Quick Facts 
Name:Republic of Cabo Verde
Population:532,913 (2016)
Capital:Praia
Language: Portuguese, Cape Verdean Creole
Currency:Cape Verdean Escudo (CVE)
Time zone:CVT (UTC-1)
 

Country Information
The beautiful islands of Cape Verde were initially uninhabited until it was discovered by the Portuguese in the 15th century. The country flourished during the 16th and the 17th centuries due to the Atlantic slave trade. But with the decline of the slave trade in the 19th century, the country experienced an economic crisis. Yet the location of the island made it survive as it became a significant commercial centre in the 19th century as the location was perfect for re-supply of the ships. In the present day context, the economy of the country is mostly relying on the services provided by the country targeting the growing tourism industry.

Wildlife in Cape Verde
Gibbon Encounter

Tarrafal– Cape Verde – € 375 Per Week

Join us in our program to conserve sea turtles on the Islands of Cape Verde and directly involve in making a difference to save these species from extinction.

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