Travelling Madeira 2020 – All about Covid 19

Madeira details Standardization Plan for Air Accessibility The Government of the Autonomous Region of Madeira (RAM) has defined, in relation to the Standardization Plan for Air Accessibility, to be in force as of July 1, with regard to travelers to the airports of Madeira and Porto Santo: 1.  Filling out and submitting the epidemiological survey http://apps.iasaude.pt/s-alerta/questionarios/viagem/questionario.cfm?l=EN (in […]

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Much more than just canyoning…

Much more than just Canyoning…  As you may now know, the government of Madeira Island has given us the green light to resume all outdoor and touristic activities.   Needless to say that it made us extremely happy, not only because we were able to go directly from lockdown to doing what we love the most and straight to our favourite places.   As you can imagine, outdoor sports for us […]

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Sliding out of Quarantine Clean and Safe

Sliding out of quarantine be like… Waterfall sliding and griding 🤟 Everyday that goes by is one less for us to get back to normal, scratch that we’ve never been normal, it’s one less for us to get back to our EPICness. We’ve been taking several measures to ensure the highest safety possible to our […]

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Mountains of Madeira Island

Did you know that Madeira island has three of the highest mountains in Portugal?   Therefore we’ve decided to let you know a bit more about one our favourites mountains, but first things first so let’s start with some presentations. The highest mountain in the Island is “Pico Ruivo” with 1861m (6105ft) and is accessible […]

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The Hotspot

Like Hawaii Yellowstone or Iceland, Madeira Island has it’s origins in a volcanic event know as an Hotspot. However, the one we present to you today is a completely different one. It’s an outdoor activity an leisure hotspot. The area we’re referring to is Ponta de São Lourenço, on the far-east end of the island. […]

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Bouldering in Madeira Island

First of all, for the ones that aren’t familiar with the term or concept of Bouldering in the Climbing world . So, bouldering is basically climbing on small rock formations, without the use of ropes, harnesses. However your encouraged to use your climbing shoes, chalk if needed and a crash pad to prevent potential injuries. […]

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Fanal the Fairyland

Fairies and gnomes? When you think of this subject, certainly you in-visualize a green area with ancient trees and water flowing gently…  So we present to you today the magical area of Fanal, the place that if Fairies, gnomes  exist this is definitely their home… Since we haven’t been having any rain this winter, this […]

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Day 5 – Hiking Week – Caldeirão Verde

Our day 5 of our EPIC Hiking Week was spent on the Caldeirão Verde route, it’s one of our ‘out-and-back’ hikes with around 13 km of extension with a moderate level of difficulty. This levada built in the 18th century is still in use carrying the water from the highest mountains to the farm lands […]

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Day 4 – Hiking Week – Pico do Areeiro to Pico Ruivo (Highest Peaks)

Day 4 of our EPIC Hiking Week, one of the most sought out hikes in Madeira Island passing along and through the highest peaks on the Island, Pico do Areeiro (1818 m), Pico das Torres (1851 m ) and Pico Ruivo (1861) the third highest in Portugal. This hike has a medium to difficult level […]

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Day 3 – Hiking Week – Ponta São Lourenço

On the day 3 of our EPIC Hiking Week we went to Ponta de São Lourenço. It’s also one of our favorite places since we usually go there to do climbing tours or our famous coasteering, besides that the environment is completely different from everything else on the island. This area is a natural reserve […]

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