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Green mountains, barren rocks and wide beaches: This documentary presents life and survival on the idiosyncratic Cape Verde Islands in the middle of the Atlantic, where the islanders confront difficulties with a smile. Clad in just a protective suit and a mask, José Antonio catches lobsters with his bare hands in the up to 10-meter-deep waters off the beach and surf island of Sal, then sells them to restaurants in Santa Maria. From the harbour on São Vicente, ferries leave bound for the neighbouring green island of Santo Antão. They transport vegetables, goats and normal passengers - well, death defying would be the better description. Several of the aged tugs ended their journeys on the seabed. Lucia Lopez carries her wares from the islands fish market on her head, over a high mountain a...
Ilha do Sal è un'isola dell'arcipelago di Capo Verde. Il suo nome significa Isola del Sale. Il nome Sal divenne di uso comune solo dopo la scoperta e lo sfruttamento dei depositi di sale da cucina.L'isola ha un'estensione totale di 216 km², e si presenta con un profilo altimetrico praticamente piatto, tranne che per alcune piccole colline nella zona nord, resti di antichi vulcani, allungandosi per 30 km nella sua aridità in un mare blu cobalto dai toni spettacolari. Ilha do Sal is an island of the archipelago of Cape Verde. Its name means Island of Sal. The name Sal became commonly used only after the discovery and exploitation of deposits of salt.The island has a total area of 216 km ², and shows an elevation profile almost flat, except for a few small hills in the north, remnants of anc...
Teaser from SAL Island Cape Verde November 2017. A convenient destination for families with about 7 hours of direct flight from Sweden. The water is absolutely wonderful and there is a lot of variety of food and sights. The most impressive is the clear water suitable for those who want to dive and snorkel. There are nice snorkeling locations along the coast where you can easily rent a car or book a private tour guide. Shark Bay is a must where sharks swim just a few feet away from you. We stayed at Oasis Salinas Sea Hotel which is perfect for families with children.
Eddie shows you the Saltcrater of Pedra de Lume. This is one of the main attractions / sights on the Cape Verde Island Sal. It is situated about 5-6 km from Espargos. You can go on a a guided tour (with. e.g. www.vista-verde.com) or rent a car and come on your own. The entry is 5 EUR. There is a small restaurant, showers and you can float in the Salinas and even get treatments. The view and walk down to the crater is amazing. The crater is an extinct volcano of ca. 500m radius. There are salt evaporation ponds built over a natural salt lake. The lake formed with water from the sea, as the bottom of the crater is below the sea level. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cabo-Verde-eywalk
Dry fountain in Cape Verde made of some Waterboy Plus where the water jets are playing in the middle of a square, a place used to events and water fountain. It is a dry fountain project designed and manufactured by Safe-Rain with waterboy plus fountain kit and installed by our Partner in Cape Verde.
A brief video of Cape Verde's spearfishing adventures. This cluster of volcanic islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is the "Blue Marlin Capital of the World" and a paradise for any pelagic species. Thousands of Wahoo, Sailfish, YFT, Big Eye Tuna, Dorados, Amberjacks, Trevallies, Cubera Snapper and much more, consistently patroll these waters. It is a must for every Blue Water Hunter and we are waiting for you to take you out chasing your dream fish on our express Luhrs 40'. Contact us for more information and take the chance on the fish of your life → email@example.com Filmed by Andrea De Camilli Edited by Antonio Ghiringhelli
A look around the Melia Dunas Resort on Sal, in the Cape Verde islands, where we stayed in April 2017 - see my video of the island at https://youtu.be/L9niSryAzSM The all-inclusive resort itself is split into two - Melia Dunas and Sol Dunas - with a lot of the facilities shared between guests. Each side had its own restaurants, with most on the Melia side along with the beach, while Sol had the kids' club, waterpark, playground and most of the pools. We were upgraded from our booked two-bedroom family apartment to a five-bed beach-side villa with its own mini plunge pool - worth booking direct and joining the rewards scheme to be in with a chance, I think. However, from the images on the website, the decor etc looks similar. The site is big but laid out so that even with kids, it's walk...
http://capeverdeholidaysguide.com ... The Cape Verde Islands are located in the North Atlantic, 570 km off the coast of West Africa. The ten islands of Cape Verde, nine of which are inhabited, offer its visitors, miles and miles of golden sandy beaches, mountainous landscapes and even an active volcano. The Cape Verde Weather is very warm all year round, ideal for those who seek sun filled holidays and there are lots of flights to Cape Verde from many countries in Europe, as well as from the USA, Brazil and some African countries. Cape Verdeans are very friendly and laid back people who welcome tourists to their island country. So go ahead and try the Cape Verde Experience. that includes their food, music, the many water sports and hiking trails or just lay out in the beaches and so...
My trip to the tiny island of Sal, Cape Verde somewhere in the Atlantic ocean. Visited the capital of Espargos and the contrasting and eye opening shanty towns, we gave out water, fruit and sweets to the kids, It wasn't much but it was what we had with us. Went shark watching in "Shark Bay", battled though sand and ended up looking like an extra from Mad Max, went to the Blue Eye, a natrual flooded cave with vibrant blue waters. I also went snorkeling and much more. Enjoy! Twitter : https://twitter.com/DanielSanders97 Instagram : https://instagram.com/dan4797/ Snapchat : dan4797
my semester cape verde
From July 13th to the 30th 2012, I traveled to Cape Verde through the URI faculty-led study abroad program, visiting the islands of Santiago and São Vicente. There, I focused specifically on the history and politics of Cape Verde, as well as the scientific, cultural, economic, environmental, historical, and social importance of the oceans. The main course was AAF 390 Directed Study: Documentary film production of fishing industry and environmental sustainability. With the footage acquired from the trip, I have created a documentary film that portrays the situations within the fishing communities. Properly managing natural resources is crucial for Cape Verdeans. They must get the most use out of what little resources they have without being dependent on anyone else. The biggest resource fo...
hiking in the beautifull landscape off Sao Nicolao