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Cruises visiting Fogo and Brava & all Fogo and Brava cruises for  2019

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Fogo and Brava and two of the Sotavento Islands, forming the southern part of Cape Verde Archipelago. Brava (“Wild”) is the smallest and greenest in the group. It is also the least populated island of the Cape Verde Archipelago. Its capital is Vila Nova Sintra. A visit (especially shortly after the rainy season) is rewarded with a sea of flowers. Due to Monte Fontainhas (976 m) and its location in the slipstream of Fogo, clouds form throughout the entire year above Brava. Thanks to the dew, this creates a plant-friendly climate. On this tropical moist island, date and coconut palms thrive just as well as the colourful oleander bushes, species of hibiscus, almond trees and bougainvillea.

Many people think that the town of Vila Nova Sintra is the most beautiful city of the Cape Verde Archipelago. The eastern entrance to the town of Vila Nova Sintra is guarded by the stone replica of the Columbus ship Santa Maria. On 24 June the people celebrate Midsummer’s Day around the monument. The women of the city decorate Santa Maria with flowers, fruit and baked goods. They also do the traditional cola, a boisterous dance. The men of the island are usually dressed as sailors, and the children of Vila Nova Sintra are allowed to take the ship decorations home with them at end of the day.

Fogo (“Fire”) rises to nearly 3000 m, as the island is an active stratovolcano that last erupted in 2014. Its caldera is 9 km wide, with a newly formed dome in the centre, and this is the main attraction for tourists. From the sea (and on land) its appearance is quite dramatic. The island is largely agricultural (coffee and wine), part green and grassy year round, much of the island dry and barren. Its capital in the west is São Filipe, with its classic Portuguese colonial architecture

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