Cabo Verde opens to international tourists in July

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The West African Island country of Cabo Verde will from next July, open its borders to international visitors and tourists.

The country depends heavily on tourism as a catalyst for economic growth and has been badly hit as it has had to close its borders to visitors in the wake of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

A statement issued by the country’s Ministry of Transport added that Cabo Verde is currently preparing to safely receive visitors.

This is however contingent on Europe and other countries lifting their travel restrictions.

“Indeed, the work of preparing the country, as a tourism destination is underway, in order to receive tourists with security and peacefully.

This is being carefully planned and the reopening will be gradual so that the success in combating COVID-19, in the main tourist islands, continues to be consolidated, generating confidence confidence and credibility for operators, tourists, employees and the general public.”


Cabo Verde joins the likes of Seychelles and Tanzania who have already opened their doors to international arrivals.

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