The West side of Terceira leads us to discover more of its history over the centuries. We start by enjoying the fantastic viewpoint of the Cume Sierra, from where we admire the fields divided like in an authentic patchwork: an unique landscape. On the way to the other side of the island, there will always be the possibility of seeing the fields where the bulls on the island lives, as they are a very important part of Terceira culture. When we get to the North Coast, we will explore how volcanoes and the ocean have shaped the coastline, into unique geological structures. During the morning there will also be enough time to explore the second-largest city in the island, Praia da Vitória, before our lunch at a restaurant. Then we climb up to the viewpoint of Facho, to admire the whole city, before going to the bathing area of Porto Martins pools. In the way of Angra, there’s still time to admire the traditional Espírito Santo chappels, closely connected to the history of the archipelago.
Not wheelchair accessible. Near public transportation. Infant seats available. Most travelers can participate. Face masks required for travelers in public areas. Face masks required for guides in public areas. Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff. Social distancing enforced throughout experience. Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas. Gear/equipment sanitized between use. Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized. Guides required to regularly wash hands. Regular temperature checks for staff. Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival. Full information here: shorturl.at/cnx49. This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund. This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers. Confirmation will be received at time of booking
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