You will be picked up from your hotel and taken in a bus, accompanied by a guide to:
Camacha: This village is located a few kilometres east of Funchal. It is a thriving hub for wicker craft. Visit a wicker factory and you may shop for souvenirs.
Pico do Arieiro: It is the third highest mountain in Madeira. From here, enjoy the commanding view over Madeira. On a clear day it is possible to see Porto Santo, a neighbouring Island.
Ribeiro Frio: Admire the flora and fauna of the Laurissilva Forest of Madeira, now recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site. A trout hatchery was built here to take advantage of the pure, cold, oxygenated water of this stream.
Santana: With the lush Laurissilva forest as its backdrop and its triangular thatched roof houses, Santana charms visitors.
Ponta de São Lourenço: It is located at the very tip of the peninsula of Madeira Island. It was declared a Natural Reserve in 1982 with the objective of preserving its fauna, flora and geological heritage.
Machico: This is Madeira's oldest town. It is believed that the first inhabitants of the island arrived at Machico.
The tour ends at your hotel.