The 5 best hikes of Madeira you must do when visiting the island for the first time! There are hundreds of walks at the
This is the last vlog of the Madeira series! I drove West to Garganta Funda, a huge waterfall and then I explored Funchal before heading to the airport. Enjoy!
This video shows two days of my Madeira trip; the impressive Cabo Girao with the glass platform, Veu da Noiva the breathtaking waterfall that flows into the ocean, a hike to Pico Ruivo and Balcoes. Want to know my trick for driving in the mountains? Then surely watch this video!
The 5th Madeira vlog! After visiting Rocha do Navio it started to rain in Santana, so I drove to Sao Lourenço because I heard the weather is always better there. I did the complete hike on the long thin peninsula of Madeira!
The 4th Madeira vlog! This time I’m taking the cable car down to Rocha do Navio, where I meet a local called Agustin. He shows me around his house and offers me his selfmade Firewater! Such a friendly man! If anyone knows him, please show him this video!
This video shows my third hike to 25 Fontes and the Risco waterfall. I woke up very early so I had the 25 Fontes waterfalls all to myself! Enjoy!
It’s not easy to escape the crowds in Madeira. It is a popular tourist destination in Europe, especially for people who love to hike. So it’s no surprise a lot of tourists can be found at its best known sites and walking routes. Fortunately this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Madeira’s nature in its purest form with no one else around. If you are well prepared, it’s easy to escape the crowds. Here’s how I managed to enjoy Madeira with not too many people around.
Caldeirao Verde in Madeira was my favorite waterfall hike. The levada path leads you through a lush forest and water drops from the side of the mountain. This video shows my walk to the 100m waterfall of Caldeirao Verde. Enjoy!