The Cabo Verde Archipelago 

This series of 3 bush trips will take us on a tour of the Cabo Verde Archipelago. The bush trips start from the southern islands, then flying north to the northern islands.

Cape Verde or Cabo Verde, officially the Republic of Cabo Verde, is an archipelago and island country in the central Atlantic Ocean, consisting of ten volcanic islands with a combined land area of about 4,033 square kilometres (1,557 sq mi). These islands lie between 600 and 850 kilometres (320 and 460 nautical miles) west of Cap-Vert, the westernmost point of continental Africa. The Cape Verde islands form part of the Macaronesia ecoregion, along with the Azores, the Canary Islands, Madeira, and the Savage Isles.
The archipelago is a horseshoe-shaped cluster of ten islands (nine inhabited) and eight islets, that constitute an area of 4033 km2 (1557 sq mi).

The main goal of the trips is sight seeing. The airplane is the Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX with assistance settings set to easy (some of these can be changed). There are also icons that show the way to get to the waypoints and final destination.

Seven languages are included : English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. The translations were made with google translate and are not linguistically corrected. They are to be taken for what they are.

Flightbooks (pdf) only in English language ​​are included separately.

Installation :
- unzip the The Cabo Verde file
- there are 2 folders in the unzipped file : 
1) the folder "The Cabo Verde Archipelago Bush trips" with 3 folders in it - put these 3 folders in your community folder
2) the folder "Flightbooks" with the flightbooks in pdf format (this folder may not be put in the community folder - place the flightbooks folder, for example, in your documents folder).

Thanks to BuffyGC for the BushTripInjector tool and to Alexander Barthel for 'Little Nav Map'.

If you want the possibility to choose the plane, the weather, the time of day and the season (and some other goodies), then you should take a look at the experimental program - MissionChanger - (also created by BuffyGC).