The island of Boa Vista is the third largest island in the archipelago spanning 620 km² with a sandy earth landscape shaped by the sands blown in directly from the Sahara. The pathways are remote and often difficult to access.
This ensures a particular sense of adventure to your excursion along practically untouched routes, flanked by white sands and crystalline waters. Understandably, such excursions require a 4x4 pick-up and some very local knowledge.
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