Cape Verde is an archipelago off the west coast of the African continent. The Cape Verde Islands have a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 18 tot 24 degrees Celsius in winter and between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius during summertime. Do you like sports or do you rather relax on the beach? In Cape Verde you can do both. You can also spot turtles, whales and birds, go on jeep safaris, visit charming villages and explore untouched areas. Cape Verde is very versatile and suitable for anyone who likes a bit of adventure. Regardless of what you plan to do, it is important to take into account various infectious diseases and strong sunshine. Our KLM Health Services nurses gladly tell you which vaccinations you require and how to prepare your trip to this heavenly spot. Click here to make an appointment with one of our nurses.
Cape Verde vaccinations: the most common risks
Vaccines can make you and your children resistant to various (tropical) diseases that occur in Cape Verde. Below is a list of the most common risks and diseases in Cape Verde so that you know what precautions you can take and what vaccinations you need for your vacation on these wonderful islands.