20367
Portugal
Walking Madeira: Portugal’s Isle of Flowers By Foot
Portugal’s botanical wonders, sun warmed coasts, renowned vineyards and exquisite Mediterranean cuisine make this European gem a real-life paradise for exploration and adventure.
Program No. 20367RJ
Length
11 days
Starts at
2,629
Flights start at
825
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Ahalya
(5)
Great trip, wonderful views, excellent guides, delicious food... the only fly in the ointment was the hotel room. There was no air conditioning and the housekeeping left much to be desired.
Hartmut
(5)
Multiple hiking trails access colorful landscapes and beautiful coastal scenery of this volcanic island.
Beverly
(5)
This was a great program. Madeira has spectacular scenery and the flowers were stunning. The hiking is not difficult but some of the trails are rough and narrow with drop-offs that may be challenging.
Richard
(5)
I found this to be a most wonderful experience! Highly recommended!!
Thomas
(5)
Excellent program with good activities
Willie
(5)
Robert and Robbie were exceptional guides. They were knowledgeable and excited about showing us their county. The hikes covered all areas of the island. Some had awesome views. Plants were giant - dandelions, cow celery, etc. Lisbon gave opportunity for some of us to visit Jeronome Monstary, Monument to the Discoveries and Belem Tower. Make sure you take walking sticks and rain clothes. The weather can change for a brief time and the sun comes out again. The day we went to the highest elevation it snowed - we were the first group to experience this. We didn't see the view but we saw the snow. I highly recommend this program. You will love it.
Dolores
(5)
If you have vertigo or don’t like cliff driving this is not the trip for you. If you love easy hiking with magnificent views, good food, beautiful flowers, hill scenery then join this trip, it's for you. From sun to snow it was a very enjoyable.
Joanne
(5)
I highly recommend Walking Madeira as guided by Roberto Camancho.





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