Turismo de Portugal has distinguished the Green Mountain Madeira with the Clean & Safe stamp in recognition of good practices in the implementation of the recommendations of the World Health Organization and the NHS concerning Covid-19.

Before starting the tour and with all the participants already properly equipped with hygiene and safety material, the guide disinfects everyone’s hands and explains what procedures to adopt during the tour as far as it concerns:

– To opening and closing doors;
– To social distancing;
– To the place where the excursionists will sit (you cannot change seats);
– Contact with the hands;
– Visits and points of interest during the tour, namely how the
behaviour to avoid unnecessary risks with third parties;
– To the recognition and obedience to the group’s imposed hygienic rules;


In the majestic central mountain massif, with magnificent views over Nun’s Valley and located in the centre of the island, this Royal Path takes us to old Madeira, on one of the trails built to break the isolation to which the most remote localities of Madeira Island were voted and used in the early

In this circular walk, you will enjoy the fantastic biodiversity of the mountain, especially the Laurissilva forest, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO and part of the Natura 2000 Network. From Chão das Feiteiras to Ribeiro Frio, the descending trail follows the ancestral and magnificent Caminho Real 24.

This trail, characterized by bucolic, agricultural and coastal landscapes along the northern mountain range of the island, begins in Santana, and along the way several specimens of endemic flora can be observed. The unique beauty of Calhau de S. Jorge, where this Royal Path flows, accompanies the walker all along the trail.

The tour begins in Funchal and after a drive all the way up to Pico do Areeiro, our clients can witness a magical sunrise above the clouds. Afterwards, in Santo da Serra, our clients have the opportunity to Reforest the mountain and go for a walk. The tour finishes in Funchal.

The tour starts in Funchal, heads to Ponta do Sol and Calheta where an off road 4x4 path begins towards Paul do Mar. When at Ponta do Pargo, our clients may enjoy a fantastic sunset. At Boa Morte, you have a viewpoint to enjoy and head to Funchal at the end of the day.

This tour starts from Funchal to Santa Cruz and then heads to Porto da Cruz for a visit of a Rum Factory. Afterwards, the tour heads to Faial and Santana for an off road 4x4 path. Before returning to Funchal, our clients have the opportunity to drive by São Jorge, Ponta Delgada and São Vicente.

This tour starts in Funchal and heads to Ponta do Sol where the off road path begins up until Paul da Serra. There, our clients can take a walk in Rabaçal and then go down to Porto Moniz. On our way to São Vicente, there is a stop at Ribeira da Janela in order to

This tour starts in Funchal and heads to Machico, where in Funduras our clients will enjoy an off road path that goes up to Portela. The REFORESTATION and WALKING activities take place in Santo da Serra and then we drive by Santa Cruz on our way back to Funchal.

The tour begins in Funchal, goes all the way up to Pico do Areeiro then to Santo da Serra, where the REFORESTATION activity takes place. Our clients can go for a walk at the Serra do Faial Levada and there is an off road drive from Funduras to Machico. The return to Funchal is at