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Rent a car in Santo Antão

Santo Antão is a must for any outdoor lover, not only the hiker. The dramatic landscapes of ilha das montanhas (Mountain Island), as Santo Antão is also known, are indeed breath-taking. Those who venture out into its canyons and conquer its peaks are rewarded by awe-inspiring scenery and unforgettable memories.
Even if they are less well-known, there are many other activities in the island, such as fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling, mountain biking and even canyoning. In addition, Santo Antão is much more than just the above. It is about strolling in the small villages and witnessing the authentic way of living in the rural areas. It's about encountering smiling people and making new friends when drinking a grogue or two.

Waterfalls of Santo Antão

One of the must see features of the island of Santo Antão are its waterfalls with water flowing anytime of the year. You can always find a waterfall at some point in the island with running water, which is also a great way to cool down from the heat!

There are at least 3 waterfalls between Vale do Paul and Ribeira Grande. Some of them are reachable by hike only, but they are well worth the walk!

When hiking in the Ribeira da Torre valley you can see the beautiful waterfall Cachoeira de Vinha. This waterfall keeps its water all year round even if it doesn't rain, thanks to the mountain microclimates where frost forms at altitude and then turns into these waterfalls.

It's hard not to fall in love with the island of Santo Antão on every hike and at the end you can always enjoy a bath in the water from the waterfall, which is stored in tanks and then used in agriculture.