Half Day Safari Adventure
Discover the lush landscapes of Madeira on this fun half-day jeep safari. The island is known for its greenery, and you'll get to experience it firsthand during this exciting trek. Book your Madeira tour now and make some new memories.
Madeira receives roughly a million visitors each year, and it's your turn to see why. This jeep safari takes you away from the crowds and steers you into some of the island's untouched areas. These areas are ripe for exploration with a jeep. And since your jeep has off-road capabilities, expect to make the most of the road less traveled.
Throughout this Madeira jeep safari, you'll be treated to up-close looks at native flora and fauna like the Madeiran wall lizard, the Trocaz pigeon and geraniums, all of which are known for being colorful (and perfect for photos). If you're a nature lover, you'll love this Madeira nature tour. If you're not, this Portugal excursion will make you one.
Reviewer: Pat Rusthoven
We had the best time! Glad we weren’t driving or walking up and down those narrow roads. Terrific guide, who told us about the history of the land, the agriculture, the local drink, and the eucalyptus trees. We had the option of just walking aroun and are so glad we took this trip. We learned a lot and it is one of the highlights of our vacation. If you only do one excursion, make it this one!
Reviewer: David Wong
very interesting ride in a jeep, good scenery all the way, professional driver and good info for the country.
Reviewer: Wendy Jones
I booked this company for a half day Jeep safari around parts of the island of Madeira. They were at the port to pick us up well before the appointed time and we were loaded 6 per vehicle for our trip. Our guide, Paulo, spoke English very well and was also giving the information in French to one couple in our vehicle. This is a very mountainous island and we traveled high above the coast for some beautiful views. We then went off road through the forest of Eucalyptus trees and into the villages where we saw cherry orchards and vineyards along with all the other farming that the people do to make the island self sustaining. We stopped at the glass platform, but it was cloudy so not a great view. At a small local bar in the mountains we were able to try the local drink of Pancho made with fresh squeezed fruits and local sugar cane rum. Our last stop was at the ‘Mouth of the Lovers’ for a spectacular view of the valley. A very enjoyable time.
Reviewer: david burstow
An exciting open air Jeep ride on back country roads with terrific scenery
Very nice driver and a great overview of Island for a great price.