SUN-KISSED beaches and clear blue sea are just some of the attractions with Cape Verde.
With the African paradise becoming a more affordable option for travellers, we look at what you need to consider before travelling to the continent.
What are the entry requirements to Cape Verde?
The country has now resumed normal practice with all COVID-19 entry requirements scrapped.
It is always advised to check with your travel provider to see that your passport and documents meet the country's requirements as they will have the most up-to-date information.
It is important to note that prior to travelling you will need to complete a traveller pre-registration form.
If arriving by air, you will also need to pay the airport security tax (TSA).
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Only residents of Cape Verde and children under the age of one-years-old are exempt from this.
It is worth checking with your travel operator to see if they assist in completion of this form.
Do I need a visa to visit Cape Verde?
Should your passport be that of a British citizen, you are entitled to stay for 30 days as a visitor without the need for a visa.
However, should your stay be longer than the permitted 30 days, or your reason for travel be anything other than tourism, you should find your nearest Cape Verde embassy for more assistance.
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Do I need a passport to visit Cape Verde?
Your passport will need to be valid for a minimum of six months, from the date you enter the country.
It is worth nothing that if your passport differs from that mentioned above, you will need to check entry requirements with your local embassy.
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