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This tour was made thinking of the traveller that wants to know and to see as much as they can in 3 days, and I am the right person to take you on this unforgettable experience.
On this tour, you can count on an enthusiastic guide with good knowledge about Madeira, engaged with his job, and with a mission, to make you feel as passionate as I am about this wonderful island and people.
I will go over the extra mile to provide a personal and friendly tour where you will feel like a local, and I will share with you the places I often go with my family and friends on a day off.
I’ll divide Madeira in 3 regions, East, West, and Highlands. Each day we’ll visit one, it will be like visiting 3 different islands.
Prepare yourself for a ride of senses. You’ll learn, laugh, drink, eat and feel Madeira from a local perspective.
Tell me what you look for or if you have any interest in particular, and I can fit this tour to your expectations and desires.
WARNING! It will be hard to go back home and leave this island after this.
This tour can be extended 1 or 2 hours without any extra cost.
If you are a solo traveller or travelling with another person, please ask for a special quote.
Day 1 East- Startin in the picturesque north village of S. Vicente, surrounded by mountains, forest, and vineyards with wine tasting. Then P. Delgada with amazing views over the Northwest. Driving on old roads and off-road, we'll visit Boaventura, São Jorge stopping in Santana for lunch, visiting its traditional Thatched houses, stopping in Queimadas to hike. Porto da Cruz with a sugarcane living museum/distillery with rum taste, Machico and the fishing village of Caniçal
Day 2 West- Stars in Ribeira Brava, we'll head to cliffy Encumeada, crossing Paul da Serra's Plateau (1500 m high) hiking in mystic Fanal, swim in Seixal with lunch in Porto Moniz, northwest. Heading southwest, Jardim do Mar and Madalena do Mar banana plantation finishing in gorgeous Ponta do Sol.
Day 3 Highlands- Starts in Cabo Girão glass viewpoint, we'll stop in scenic Câmara de Lobos, lunching in the dramatic Nuns Valley village, heading to Pico Areeiro (1816m) for a hike, Monte and its sleds to finish.
There will some surprises. . .
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