• Nature


    Unspoiled and completely raw, the Azores is one of the world’s most exceptional natural landscapes and is well protected as a result of its beauty. Madeira island is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its rich fauna and flora species that decorate the small archipelago. São Tomé and Príncipe oozes tropical charm with thick jungle forestation that blanket the steep mountains, decorating the inner parts of the island. Rich in variety, the natural element is perhaps the most gripping charm of the epic islands.

  • Weather


    If you were to stand at one singular spot on Sao Miguel island in the Azores for the whole day there is a strong likelihood that you would experience each season in one day…twice. Wild and untamed, the Azores climate has a mind of its own, making your island adventure all the more exhilarating. The Azores is one of the few places that allows you to truly travel without inhibition, being guided by mother nature to dictate where your day’s adventure will see you explore.

  • Ponta da Ferraria

    Ponta da Ferraria

    Volcanic lands make the Azores islands and Madeira the perfect destination for sourcing natural, soothing hot springs. Perhaps one of the most unique is a small thermal pool that sits on the base of the coastline on the North-West of Sao Miguel island. Heated by hydrothermal vents beneath the ocean’s surface the warmth is disrupted by the cooling Atlantic waters that are carried by the oceans tide. Like a natural rocking chair it is a floating spa quite literally within the Atlantic ocean.

  • Floating Garden

    Floating Garden

    Madeiras fauna and flora is prehistoric and its mild year-long climate has allowed prehistoric plant species to continue to thrive. As a result the small island has been given its title of the ‘floating garden’ and is home to over 150 endemic species alone. Possible to view all year round hiking through this dynamic land, it is certainly guaranteed to paint your vision as colourful hydrangeas and godieras contrast vividly against the deep blue Atlantic Ocean backdrop.