An investment of 32.7 million euros, currently in the process of completion, has made Praia International Airport in the capital of Cape Verde one of the most modern in the region, according to the African Development Bank (ADB), which is financing the work.
Going from strength to strength since its launch in December 2016, TUI Sensimar Cabo Verde is the epitome of relaxation and recuperation. The 5-star Resort, which is managed under TUI’s adults-only premium brand Sensimar, is TUI’s hotel concept for couples and adults travelling in twos without children, attaching importance to peaceful, stylish, comfortable hotels offering personal service and varied culinary experiences.
One of our resorts, Sol Dunas Beach Resort in Santa Maria will serve as the Athletes Village at this year’s African Beach Games in Cape Verde, organisers have announced.
Year-round sunshine, means that Boa Vista – home to our latest development – is always in its prime, especially during the winter months. Settled upon on one of the Top Beaches in the World according to TripAdvisor, the Resort is making progress in construction.
In a change that is set to make a positive impact on Cape Verde tourism, visa-exempt visitors travelling to the islands will now register online in advance for free entry into the country. Announced back in April 2017, the shift in policy intends to increase competitiveness in the tourism sector and double the number of tourists visiting the country, which is currently around 700,000 a year.
Cape Verde could be on the brink of a hotel development wave if the government fulfils its promises to improve infrastructure and transport links. It aims to attract more than a million tourists a year by 2020, far more than the current hotel supply can cope with, so investor opportunities on the archipelago, strategically located in the Atlantic Ocean around an hour from Dakar and around four hours from Brazil and Lisbon, could be enormous.
Praia, Cape Verde – Cape Verde’s prime minister on Tuesday invited investors to tap into the conditions of stability, trust, good governance, location and external positioning of Cape Verde to invest in the country said at a conference.
Thirty percent of electricity production in Cape Verde is expected to be provided by renewable sources by 2025, according to the Energy Sector Master Plan for 2018-2025, approved on Thursday by the Council of Ministers.
Cape Verde is set to have a competition regulator, with its creation scheduled for 2019, the deputy prime minister and finance minister announced on Wednesday in Praia.
The Commercial Registry Information System (SIRC) will make the lives of citizens and businesses easier and improve the business environment in Cape Verde, Justice and Labour Minister Janine Lélis said on Monday in Praia.