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A group of 3 uninhabited islands, which lies about 15 miles southeast of Madeira. Desertas are a Natural Reserve, primarily to protect the rarest species of monk seal: Monachus monachus, but is also known as an important sea bird sanctuary. After approaching Desertas, we will follow slowly along the coast, giving you a chance to take in this marvelous scenery of beautiful colored rocks, dramatic sea cliffs and caves… we will anchor at Doca, where you can swim, dive and relax in this small bay of crystalline water. After a delicious hot meal, you will be able to go ashore on a guided tour.

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Hotel pick up/drop off for hotels in Funchal, Canico, Santa Cruz and Machico Meal Boat tour Onshore guided tour

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Gratuity

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Available Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm Pick up time is between 9:00am – 9:45am

Location Tour departs from Marina da Quinta do Lorde 10:00 am

Duration

8 hours

Redemption instructions Present voucher to tour representative at the boat entrance when boarding.

Location

Tour departs from Marina da Quinta do Lorde 10:00 am

Duration 8 hours

Redemption instructions Present voucher to tour representative at the boat entrance when boarding.

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