Madeira Real - Island Tours & Walks

Madeira Real tours was founded in 2017, inspired by the pride of a Madeiran to show visitors the real Madeira Island with all its hidden and magnificent beauty.

Our main goal is to provide a superior quality service using comfortable modern vehicles and certified guides fully insured for tours and walks.
We are commited to creating great holiday memories of Madeira. We know that our island has all that it takes. We are here to help you at the right time, in the right place...
Fully Certified Guides

Fully Certified Guides

FULL PERSONAL INSURANCE

FULL PERSONAL INSURANCE

FULL PERSONAL INSURANCE

WALKS & AIRPORT TRANSFERS

Our Madeira Island Tours

Porto Moniz

West Tour / Full Day

East Tour / Full Day

Nun's Valley / Half Day

Nun's Valley / Half Day

Santo da Serra / Half day

São Vicente

São Vicente / Half Day

Our Madeira Levada & Footpath Walks

Expert Certified Guides - Insurance Included

Rabaçal / 25 Fontes

Rabaçal / 25 Fontes

Wed / Sat 9km Moderate 4:00 €32 pp
Ribeiro Frio / Portela

Ribeiro Frio / Portela

11 Km Moderate 5 hours €32 pp
Ponta de São Lourenço

Ponta de São Lourenço

4 Km (+ 4 Km back ) 2:30 hours €32 pp
Caldeirão Verde

Caldeirão Verde

Thursday 13km Moderate 4:30 €32 pp
Levada do Norte

Levada do Norte

Sunday 7km easy 2:30 €22 pp
Pico do Arieiro / Pico Ruivo

Pico do Arieiro / Pico Ruivo

Friday 9km Difficult 4:30 €32 pp
Levada do Rei

Levada do Rei

Tuesday 11km Moderate 3:30 €32 pp

Levada Walks and Airport Transfers

Airport Transfers

bus transfer
For transfers to and from our Levada Walks
or the Airport please fill in our contact form.

Children between 5 and 11 years pay half price.

Did you know...

The Madeira Archipelago is situated 978km (607 miles) south of Portugal mainland but only 700km (434 miles) from the African coast of Morocco

Madeira Island is only 53,90km (33 miles) long and 23km (20 miles) wide

20% (15 000 hectares) of the Madeiran forest is classified as World Heritage by UNESCO?

The Laurissilva of Madeira is an outstanding relict of a previously widespread laurel forest type. It is the largest surviving area of laurel forest and is believed to be 90% primary forest

Fireworks display tradition comes from the 17th century? It goes back to the time when locals used to light bonfires as a way to celebrate the New Year.
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