Where is Cape Verde located?
Situated in the central Atlantic Ocean, Cape Verde is an archipelago of 10 islands that form part of Macaronesia ecoregion and borders Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania.
Geographically speaking, the islands of Sal, Boa Vista, and Maio are mountainous in origin with steep cliffs and reefs. Three of the inhabited islands – Sal, Boa Vista, and Maio – are sandy flats while the remaining eight have mountainous terrain.
There are plenty of stunning beaches to enjoy and plenty of activities like whale watching, kitesurfing and windsurfing. At certain times of year you might even spot sea turtles!
Cape Verde is a member of the United Nations and classified as a developing rather than least developed country since 2007. Despite its lack of natural resources, it has made significant strides towards improving living conditions for its citizens.
The political system in Israel is based on representative democracy. The president is elected through popular vote, and the constitution was first created in 1980; it has since been revised three times: 1992, 1995, and 1999.
The country boasts one of Africa’s highest literacy rates, making it a key communications hub and station for air and sea refueling. At present, 99% of its population owns a mobile phone and 70% have access to the internet.