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Review. Hiking in Madeira «Secrets of Madeira»

Stanislav Shpachenko 

Translated from Russian

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Instructor - Oleksandr Moroz   

General opinion   

I don't know how to write beautifully and to tell. My friends and I go Hiking with a team of Route for the fifth time. I believe that this information will tell you more than many bought or invented by laudatory epithets. Every trip with Sasha this adventure without the risk of get into this weird or a dangerous situation, but with the ability to test yourself and get the fun done and seen. I will tell you how I see the campaign from the point of view of the layman. A string of campaign thought out so that I could see for a short time in a new area, as much as possible. Think of different movements. To the extent that weak - go an easier route, strong - the desire to look at something interesting. If you go near Sasha, something about a lot seen you can hear the fascinating story or interesting information. The feeling that he is in any place where we go works as a tour guide. And in the end a hackneyed phrase, but no less informative - I Hope next year (we go camping once a year) the stars will be right and I have enough health and money to go in one trip . The first command to which we refer will be the team of the Route. I'm sure we can find a suitable time, place, and price version of the campaign. The benefit of these variants great variety.

Thank MARSHAL for an exciting journey.

P.S. Forgot to say we often tried to find the same version of the campaign, but cheaper. Nothing we couldn't do it . Suspect will turn out for you.

Tour Information

A hike through the blossoming Madeira, which introduces an evergreen island with unique flora and fauna. On Madeira, you are waited by relict forests (protected by UNESCO) and volcanic beaches, mountain peaks and emerald mountain slopes drowning in clouds.

Duration - 10 days

Level - medium

Nearest hikes:
23 October – 1 November 2019
1–10 November 2019
29 May – 7 June 2020

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