Pickup at

Funchal Cruise Ship Port


Every Day


Free cancelation until 24 hours before

Weather Conditions

If the Tour is Cancelled Full Refunded will be issued


Embark on a captivating Madeira west journey, exploring cliffs, waterfalls, mountain peaks, sunny spots, and natural pools with professional guides for an immersive adventure.

Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit to enjoy the natural pools at Porto Moniz! (if weather allows)

Points of Interest

  • Cabo Girão SkyWalk
  • Churchill Bay
  • Porto Moniz Natural Pools
  • Bride’s Veil Waterfall
  • São Vicente


  • English
  • Portuguese
  • French
  • Spanish


Vehicle 1 to 4 pax


Vehicle 5 to 8 pax

Tour Itinerary

Câmara de Lobos

Starting at Câmara de Lobos, a quaint fishing village famed for its bay, beach, and harbor, cherished by Winston Churchill for its beauty and known for Poncha, the local honey, lemon, and sugarcane rum drink.

Cabo Girão

The tour ascends to the world’s second-highest sea cliff (580m), offering breathtaking views of Câmara de Lobos and Funchal. Erosion has sculpted caves and terraces, with locals cultivating picturesque terraced gardens along the coast.

Price of Tour does not include the entrance at Cabo Girão SkyWalk View Point:

2€ per adult, Free for Children (under 12)

Ribeira Brava

Ribeira Brava, named for its wild river, is our journey’s next destination. The town’s highlight, the 16th-century mother church, features Flemish art, a Manuel-style baptismal fountain, and notable chandeliers. The fort of São Bento along the sea promenade offers a memorable coffee experience.


The tour ascends 1,007 meters through a forest to Encumeada pass, the last stop and most stunning mountain pass in Madeira. From the top, you can see the North and South Coasts at once. Then, we descend through the scenic village of Serra de Água towards home.

Porto Moniz

Porto Moniz in Madeira lies northwest, flat beneath mountains, with terraced fields protected by walls. It’s famous for unique natural swimming pools. This fishing village has a seafront with restaurants serving local food and an aquarium in Fort Sao Joao Batista.

Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit to enjoy the natural pools at Porto Moniz! (if weather allows)

Bride's Veil - Waterfall

Brides Veil along the scenic north coast, passing Seixal with its farms and vineyards edged by mountains. We’ll see the Brides Veil waterfall, where water falls from a mountain into the sea, resembling a bride’s veil. Our journey ends in São Vicente, surrounded by stunning views and the ocean’s energy.

São Vicente

Sao Vicente, nestled on the North Coast between basalt lava rows, is a quaint town with narrow streets and white old houses. Its 17th-century mother church stands out. Nearby, a park with Madeira’s native plants and volcanic caves offer a unique tour experience.

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