History of the Levadas of Madeira Island

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The “Levadas” are walking trails along the maintenance path. It’s a portuguese word derived from the word “levar”, which means: to carry – translated as carriageway, defined as a mini-canal. The majority of madeiran’s lived along the coast and insight the sea, their forefathers were farmers who record  the island’s soil.…

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Walking Madeira Island with Madeira Adventure Kingdom – New Video!

Madeira Adventure Kingdom has released a new video on their YouTube channel titled “Walking Madeira Island” in this video you can observe what is walk in a “Levada” and the fantastic views that can be seen when you walk on it. The “Levadas” are water channels that was created in the past…

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Guinnes largest photo book “Portugal o melhor destino”

We are very proud to announce that we participate in the world largest photo book awarded by Guinness, which measured 37.26 m2 and was created by Dreambooks (Portugal) in November 22, 2012. We participate with two wonderful pictures one of the Sunrise in Pico Ruivo (By Jhonathan Rodrigues) and another…

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Madeira Adventure Kingdom in the Mirror “Spring-loaded: Magical Madeira’s got it all”

From adrenaline-fuelled jeep safaris to spotting dolphins, there’s more to Madeira than sedate high teas and pretty gardens… As our boat smacked down on the waves, I turned to check on the elderly couple straddling the seats behind me. They were well into their seventies and had been expecting a…

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