Nature is the real protagonist in Boa Vista. A varied marine fauna enriched by the presence of protected species of tourist interest, such as humpback whales, that come here in the spring to give birth after descending from the North Atlantic, or the turtle Caretta Caretta: Cape Verde is the third world reserve. On summer nights these reptiles climb the island's beaches to lay their eggs.
The guided tours allow you to enjoy these shows, in total respect for their natural environment. Birdlife is particularly nourished, with more than 150 species flying in the Boa Vista skies
The absence of poisonous or dangerous animals is also particularly interesting, allowing safe tours of the island.