The levadas are water channels built since civilization arrived at the island in the 15th century to irrigate the drier areas in the south. Parallel to these canals are paths that connect the villages on the island and give access to some of the most spectacular places to connect with nature.Our options include:

  • Hike through the Laurel Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Deep into Madeira Valleys
  • Enjoy an overhead waterfall shower
  • Swim in a fairytale natural lake
  • breathe fresh air
  • Be mesmerized by the magnificent view (Best Madeira pictures)
  • Madeira Levadas to hidden corners
  • Madeira Levada walks guide

** Any of our shared walking tours can be upgraded to private and can be customized to suit your preferences**

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Best Seasons:All Year Round
Popular Location:Madeira, Portugal

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