São Miguel, Faial and Pico Islands
1990€ per person
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable clothing, swimwear, towel, hat and warm jacket, depending on the time of the year.
IncludedAccommondationActivities/ExperiencesEntrance TicketsPersonalized itineraryShared toursTransfers
Not IncludedInternational FlightsMealsPersonal GuideTourist TaxTransportation/CarTravel Insurance
Day 1: Welcome to Portugal
Arrive at Ponta Delgada airport and transfer to the hotel. Free afternoon to recover from jet lag or simply stroll around the city. Overnight in Ponta Delgada
Day 2: Sete Cidades and Lagoa do Fogo
Today, in a jeep tour, you'll discover the two most famous places of the island: Sete Cidades Lagoon, a giant crater with the Verde (Green) and Azul (Blue) lagoons together and Fogo Lagoon, with a stop in Caldeira Velha to relax in a small pool of warm water, surrounded by a lush forest of ferns. Overnight in Ponta Delgada
Day 3: Furnas
In your guided tour, visit Vale das Furnas, with its fumaroles (calderas) of hot water, mud, medicinal waters and more than twenty thermal springs, Lagoa das Furnas where “cozido nas caldeiras” (mixed-meat stew) is made using the heat from the earth, and Terra Nostra Park, one of the most beautiful gardens in S. Miguel, with a lake-pool with its mineral-rich thermal water. Overnight in Ponta Delgada
Day 4: Whale watching
Early in the morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Faial Island. Transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon, if it's possible, do a whale watching. Azores is one of the largest whale sanctuaries in the world. Among the resident and migratory species, you can see more than 24 different types of cetaceans. Overnight in Horta
Day 5: Faial
Start your jeep tour in the city of Horta with unbeatable views of the island of Pico and S. Jorge. With a local you'll discover all about the volcanic activity of the island but the most impressive sites to visit are Caldeira, a huge crater with about 2km in diameter and 400m deep, surrounded by blue hydrangeas and lush vegetation and Capelinhos Volcano, the place of the last volcanic eruption in the Azores during 1957 and 1958, which added new earth to the existing land. Overnight in Horta
Day 6: Pico
Pico is home to Portugal’s highest mountain. You'll take the ferry in the morning, where your local guide will meet you for your tour. The island is known by the "currais" (plots) which are stunning mosaics of black stone to cultivate the vines for its wine production, forming the Landscape of the Pico Island Vineyard Culture, declared World Heritage by UNESCO. You'll also be able to admire the Pico Mountain, with a cone of lava designated Piquinho, where you can get a view of much of the island. Overnight in Horta
Day 7: Departure
On your last day, after check out at the hotel, transfer to Horta airport to take your flight home.
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