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Cruises visiting Fogo and Brava & all Fogo and Brava cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Fogo and Brava in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Brava Island is the greenest and the smallest inhabited island of the Cape Verde Islands. Fogo is the most prominent island of the group, as its volcano rises nearly 3,000 m above sea level. Periodically active, it last erupted on 2 April 1995, forming a new crater. The largest volcanic feature is a 9 km wide caldera that has walls 1 km high. Practically the whole island is a stratovolcano, and is extremely mountainous. Two small villages, Portela and Bangaeira, exist in the floor of the caldera, and the residents are evacuated during eruptions. Its capital is Sao Filipe, with buildings that reflect classic Portuguese colonial architecture.

Brava Island, first settled in the 1540s, experienced a growth in population when neighbouring Mount Fogo erupted in 1675. Trading and private households depend on income from Cape Verdean residents from North America. Brava never had a lot of tourism, but is slowly booming. The island's main town is Vila Nova Sintra, while other attractions include: Nova Sintra, a town with a museum, traditional Portuguese architecture, several churches and shops; Faja de Agua, a small harbour on the west coast with a natural swimming pool; Nossa Senhora do Monte, a village in the mountains with a pilgrimage church; and Cova Rodela, a village in the mountains with a dragon tree in its main street.