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Jeep safari 5 senses experience - full day


Pick up from your hotel is at 9am. Transfer to Sete Cidades by jeep. On the way to Sete Cidades we take several off road tracks of which some are used by local farmers. These roads pass by several spots that are only accesible by 4x4 and should not be missed as they contain some outstanding views over the coast and parts of São Miguel Island. Included are stops in Pico do Carvão, Empadadas lakes, and Vista do Rei (the famous King's viewpoint). After this adventurous and fun ride we reach the lake at the bottom of Sete Cidades crater. Here we have a picnic lunch along the mystic lake shore where you have time to relax and be amazed by the surrounding scenery. After lunch we emerge in an activity "back to the past". We also bake fresh bread and biscuits, milk a cow, plough the earth and participate in traditional activities and games. This is a fun-filled day that is perfect for anybody wanting to connect with nature and the island’s local traditions. Drop off at your hotel is around 6pm.


Small kebabs of local blood sausage and pineapple, bolo lêvedo (a traditional bread made in Furnas), sandwiches with cheese from São Jorge Island, small sandwiches of homebaked bread with tuna, chicken pies, cod cakes, a tray of local spicy sausage, sliced fresh fruit, red bean cupcakes, coconut cupcakes and almond cupcakes.


Local passionfruit softdrink (Kima), still water, local beer (Especial), white wine from Pico Island, coffee, tea from São Miguel Island and milk.



Ponta Delgada - Sete Cidades - Ginetes - Ponta Delgada


Bring: comfortable light clothes, sweater, raincoat, walking boots or shoes, hat, sunblock, backpack, water.


Light meal.


Price per person

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This program includes
  • – Nature guide
  • – Visit to Sete Cidades village
  • – Visit to the surrounding volcanic region of Sete Cidades
  • – Activity "back to the past"
  • – Regional picnic lunch
  • – Regional afternoon snack
  • – Pick up and drop off at the tourism office or your hotel
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