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Riveting Things to Do in Madeira, Portugal

Rasshmie Salunkhay Sep 9, 2019
“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” - Jawaharlal Nehru

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Renowned as Europe's most scintillating lighthouse, Cabo de Sao Vicente stands on the edge of the cliffs appearing as the end point of the earth.

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The breathtaking peak, Pico Ruivo is the highest in Madeira which escalates to 1,862 meters. The awe-striking view from the peak is worth the 6 hour hike.

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A leisurely trek at the natural reserve, Ponta de Sao Lourenco is the best bet when it comes to scenic vistas of Madeira.

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Take a soothing dip while gazing at the stellar views of Porto Moniz, which is distinguished for its natural blue saltwater pools.

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Take a closer look at the marine life at Madeira Aquarium, where you can also dive in and swim along the beautiful creatures.

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Get on a heart pounding cable car ride at Funchal, offering staggering vistas of the entire capital of Madeira and its bricky roofs.
Blessed with a favorable weather, Madeira is flourished with an array of spectacular gardens and the Botanical Garden stands out with its vibrant collection of flowers and plant species.
Saunter around the astonishing Levadas (natural water channels) at the Laurel Forest which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.