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Madeira is a fascinating destination. Most places are outdoors and here you have an "indoor" in nature. A different cave than most of us know - A volcanic one that makes another shape than the caves in limestone, that we all visited.
We did not know what it means to take a walk in a volcano.But you can experience it in the gruttas of São Vicente.The guide leads you through lava tubes that were not fully filled by the last eruption.You can find out a lot thereIn...More
Large cave complex in the beautiful valley of S.Vincente. beautifully landscaped circuit through the cave. with interesting facts, presented by well-trained staff. Unfortunately you can visit the cave only in one group. therefore, the space is limited. if you could explore the cave in small...More
I visited the caves with a travel company. On the way, the driver/guide told us we would make the tour in small groups. Our "small group" had 50-60 people. It was very difficult to hear the guide for those of us at the back of...More
First of all the caves were actually really interesting to see. But we expected a longer tour (it was only 30 minutes long). The guide could have been replaced by everyone, even a robot would have been more enthusiastic. He sounded so annoyed and bored...More
it was very interesting to see lava tubes inside the cave system, where else can you easily see this? The guide was excellent and spoke very good English. We found it a very interesting stop over and worth the 8 euros entry fee.
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We visited for the first time last year. The whole tour takes about an hour as at the end you are taken down to a small theatre for about 15minutes with a screened summary of how it all came about. We enjoyed it. Quite a bit... More
We visited for the first time last year. The whole tour takes about an hour as at the end you are taken down to a small theatre for about 15minutes with a screened summary of how it all came about. We enjoyed it. Quite a bit of rugged walking with dim lighting so take care and wear suitable footwear.