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Tour Code: FNC_52

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Climbing up towards the central mountain range, your tour takes the road that leads to Monte, a village notable for its many fine properties and gardens. At Monte you'll have the opportunity to take a trip back to the past when you join the toboggan ride back to Livramento. The ride down the hill on the wicker sledges is an exciting one, providing you with a taste of the Madeira of the past decades, when this was the established form of transport. Then, proceed to Pico do Arieiro, the third highest peak on the island with an altitude of almost 6,000 feet (1,818 meters). Views are spectacular up here and on a clear day, it is even possible to see Porto Santo, the neighboring island, which is situated 30 nautical miles to the north.


Continue to Camacha, a beautiful small village on the hills east of Funchal. It is famous for its 'Apple Festival' and its very active folklore dance groups. Camacha is also called 'the village of basket makers' which really doesn't do any justice - it represents the center of Madeira's willow craft industry. Today they make furniture, hats, ornaments, kitchen utensils, wine holders and of course, baskets of all sizes and shapes. All in all, over 1,000 different articles are on exhibition, which is an absolute 'must see' for every visitor.


Note: A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate. Tour involves walking on cobblestones and uneven surfaces with some approximately 10 steps at Monte, 10 to 15 steps at Pico do Arieiro and 5 to 12 steps at Camacha. Tour may be operated in reverse order.

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  • offered with German speaking guide

  • offered with Spanish speaking guide

  • offered with French speaking guide

  • offered with Russian speaking guide

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Tour Code: MIA_39

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Miami, USA
Destination: Transatlantic

Experience a day of city sightseeing and discover a treasured ecosystem. First, see the Everglades’ natural beauty and wildlife during a 30 minute airboat ride. Keep an eye out for the numerous native birds and fish, or even a few alligators. Your guide will provide interesting facts about the 18th century Seminole Indians who lived in this area, as well as the native flora and fauna found in this unique ecosystem.


After an enjoyable lunch, continue to Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Little Havana and downtown Miami. Continue across Biscayne Bay to Miami Beach for views of the Art Deco district and fashionable South Beach. Then, head over to Lincoln Road, where you'll have some free time on your own. Cross over the beautiful McArthur Causeway, passing between Star Island and the Port of Miami, one of the busiest in the world.


Note: This tour ends at the pier and is not available for disembarking guests.
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  • offered with German speaking guide

  • A meal and beverage is provided on this tour.

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Tour Code: FNC_54

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Leaving the pier you'll proceed towards Pico dos Barcelos, where you can see distant Funchal and the surrounding villages scattered over the green slopes. Continue towards Camara de Lobos, a well-known fishing village used by Sir Winston Churchill to create beautiful island paintings. There, you’ll see its lovely, quaint setting of red-tile-roofed houses clustered on the rocky point and the brightly painted fishing boats anchored in the harbor. Your tour will then proceed to Cabo Girao, the highest sea cliff in Europe and the second highest in the world. Soaring 1,900 feet (579 meters), its etched face tells the tale of its volcanic origins.


From this impressive promontory, enjoy breathtaking views along the island’s southern coast. Pass by Estreito de Camara de Lobos, known for its vineyards, arriving at Quinta do Estreito which nestled among vineyards on the southern slopes of the main wine producing area of Madeira, offering a wonderfully close contact with nature and a marvelous view over the south coast of Madeira Island. In the typical Adega da Quinta Restaurant you’ll sample some of the local wines and Portuguese cheeses.


Note: A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate.
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  • offered with German speaking guide

  • offered with Spanish speaking guide

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Tour Code: FNC_57

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Departing your ship, drive along Avenida do Mar to reach the terminal. There you’ll board your cable car for a ride over the city and harbor on the way to the Village of Monte, located in the outskirts of Funchal. At Monte you'll have the opportunity to take a trip back to the past when you join the toboggan ride to Livramento. The ride downhill in a wicker sledge is an exciting one, providing you with a taste of the Madeira of past decades, when this was the established form of transport from Monte to Funchal. After a short drive along a winding road you’ll reach Eira do Serrado, offering spectacular views of the interior of the island.


Take a short walk up to the viewpoint on Pico do Serrado at an altitude of approximately 3,592 feet (1,095 meters), for an amazing view down onto the village of Curral das Freiras (Nuns Valley), a small village located in the heart of the island, nestled between almost perpendicular mountains. In 1566, the nuns from the Santa Clara convent fled from pirates attacking Funchal and found seclusion here where they also brought the convent’s treasure. Your last stop before returning to your ship will be at one of the famous wine lodges in Funchal, where you'll sample and may purchase the world famous Madeira wine.


Note: A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate. This tour involves approximately 3/4-mile of walking (5 to 10 minutes) on cobblestones and uneven surfaces with approximately five steps to get to the viewpoint at Eira Do Serrado; approximately 10 steps at Monte and five to eight steps at the Madeira Wine Company. Cable car is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties as access is similar to a ski lift; i.e. cable car does not stop for boarding, rather it moves slowly. An approximately five minute walk is required from the bus stop to the wine lodge. Itinerary may be operated in reverse order.
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Tour Code: FNC_56

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 1

Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

This panoramic tour will take you to Cabo Girao, the highest sea cliff in Europe and the second highest in the world offering breathtaking views. Next you’ll visit Camara de Lobos, the traditional fishing village that inspired Sir Winston Churchill to paint its lovely surroundings. It was named by explorers Joao Goncalves Zarco and Tristao Vaz Teixeira because of the shape of its bay and the many sea lions (lobos de mar) that lived there at the time. Here you’ll have free time to explore this traditional, picturesque village. You’ll then be driven towards Funchal to sample the famous Madeira wine at the Madeira Wine Company.


Note: This tour involves walking on level ground with some steps in order to gain access to the edge of the cliff at Cabo Girao and at the Madeira Wine Lodge. A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate.

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Tour Code: MIA_00

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Miami, USA
Destination: Transatlantic

Visit the Florida Everglades and its treasured ecosystem from the comfort of your specially designed airboat. Take a 30-minute airboat ride through the mangroves and cypress swamps, where you’ll see alligators in their natural habitat. Also, see panoramic views as well as lush vegetation while your guide introduces you to this jungle of wilderness, called The River of Grass.


Next, you’ll visit the Alligator Wildlife Nature Show and Jungle Trail’s observation platforms and exhibits. Discover alligators, crocodiles and other exotic creatures. Learn about the conservation and preservation of this vital ecological system and its habitants. Take home a complimentary photo, holding an alligator as a memento of your experience.


Note: Participants must be able negotiate one large step to board the airboat. This tour ends at the pier and is not available for disembarking guests.
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Tour Code: FNC_55

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Head towards Camara de Lobos to a well-known fishing village used by Sir Winston Churchill to create beautiful island paintings. You’ll see its lovely, quaint setting of red-tile-roofed houses clustered on the rocky point and the brightly painted fishing boats anchored in the harbor. Passing by Estreito de Camara de Lobos, known for its vineyards, you’ll reach Quinta do Estreito which is found among vineyards on the southern slopes of the main wine producing area of Madeira, offering a wonderful close contact with nature and a marvelous view over the south coast of Madeira Island. Then proceed to Cabo Girao, the highest sea cliff in Europe and the second highest in the world. Soaring 1,900 feet (579 meters), its etched face tells the tale of its volcanic origins.


From this impressive promontory, you’ll have breathtaking views along the island’s southern coast. Before reaching Cabo Girao, you’ll have the opportunity to taste Poncha, a famous local drink made out of rum and honey. Continue in the old street towards Ribeira Brava (wild stream), a small town on the southwest coast of the island. The town boasts many street cafes and shops and is certainly a place to spend some time taking in the sights and sounds. Ribeira Brava was one of the first parishes of the island and was inhabited early in the island’s history.


Note: A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate. This tour involves approximately 1/2 mile of walking on cobblestones and uneven surfaces.
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Tour Code: FNC_53

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Your tour begins with a visit to a typical market, in Funchal’s center, where an infinite variety of tropical fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish and regional items can be seen. A few steps from the local market you'll have the chance to visit the embroidery factory and taste the world-famous Madeira wine. The tour continues to the village of Monte, where you'll have time to explore this small village perched up in the hills overlooking Funchal. After this visit, you'll have the opportunity to experience a voyage by cable car with nature at your feet! Made up by 12 cabins of eight seats each, this unforgettable voyage to the Botanical Gardens will take about seven minutes and offers its visitors a new panoramic route with privileged sights of not only Funchal’s bay but also over the River of Joao Gomes, a place of rare and exotic beauty made up by the nucleus of Laurissilva forest.


Since the 17th century, Madeira Island had been waiting for a botanical garden, a dream that came true in 1960. Located less than two miles from the center of Funchal at Quinta do Bom Sucesso - a private Quinta belonging to the Reid’s family - where the climatic conditions are much in favor of exuberant vegetation, the Botanical Garden boasts harmonious forms, contrasting colors and more than 2,000 plants. Throughout the gardens you can find the plants labeled with their scientific names, common name and origin.


Note: A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate. Cable car is not suitable for passengers with walking difficulties as access is similar to a ski lift; i.e. cable car does not stop for boarding, rather it moves in slowly. Not recommended for persons with walking difficulties. This tour involves an approximately five-minute walk from the local market to the embroidery factory and an extensive amount of walking at the gardens.

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Tour Code: FNC_51

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Your coach will take you inland, passing through Sao Martinho to the Socorridos ravine. Eira do Serrado is reached after a short drive along a winding road, offering spectacular views of the interior of the island. Here, it's a short and easy walk up to the viewpoint on Pico de Serrado at an altitude of approximately 3,592 feet (1,094 meters), for an amazing view down onto the village of Curral das Freiras. Curral das Freiras (Nuns Valley) is a small village nestling between almost perpendicular mountains in the heart of the island. In 1566, the nuns from the Santa Clara convent fled from pirates attacking Funchal and found seclusion here where they also brought the convent’s treasure. Your next stop will be at Monte.


This small village, perched up in the hills overlooking Funchal, was formerly a health resort for Europe's high society, including Austrian Emperor Charles I. One of its long-lost features was a rack railway, which connected Monte with Funchal. From here you will board the cable car and see Madeira from the air, experiencing the wonderful views all the way down to Funchal. The cable car is made up of 40 small cabins with a capacity of up to eight people per cabin and it has an approximate duration of 15 minutes. Your last stop will be at an important wine lodge, where a sample of the famous Madeira wine will be offered.


Note: A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate. This tour involves approximately 3/4-mile of walking (5 to 10 minutes) on cobblestones and uneven surfaces with approximately five steps to get to the viewpoint at Eira Do Serrado; approximately 10 steps at Monte and five to eight steps at the Madeira Wine Company. Cable car is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties as access is similar to a ski lift; i.e. cable car does not stop for boarding, rather it moves slowly. An approximately five-minute walk is required from the bus stop to the wine lodge.
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Tour Code: FNC_50

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Funchal, Madeira
Destination: Transatlantic

Leaving the pier on your 4x4 vehicle, this tour takes you inland to one of the most beautiful forest areas of the island, passing through typical streets which are mainly used to transport agricultural goods that supply the population living in these rural areas. Explore the best examples of the protected environment and natural vegetation hidden by the mountains of this island of volcanic origin. This is beyond a doubt the best way to discover truly unspoiled, peaceful and majestic areas which can’t be seen any other way, as the routes will take you on tracks that meander through the mountains, across small rivers, through valleys and amongst small waterfalls, providing incredible views.


Note: Participants must be at least 13 years of age and be at least 5 feet/1.5 meters tall. Tour has very limited capacity. Not recommended for guests with back injuries. Route is subject to weather conditions. Comfortable warm clothing and shoes with a good grip are recommended. A jacket is recommended as Madeira has a microclimate.
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