Hello world! Greetings from Madeira to you all.
As you all already know, we’re based in Madeira Island, and we’re knonw for our Private Jeep Safari Tours with Off-Road Driving Experience.
Yes, you can drive our cars Off-Road in our tours. (Only if you want to of course).
Now that you got it, we also want to tell you that we do “Live Like a Local” tours, so you’ll get the full immersion on our culture and doings.
For that reason we offer lunch in Full-Day Tours, we’ll teach how to cook the Espetada, the traditional Madeira’s barbecue, like we locals do: meat, bread and wine. If you don’t eat meat we can arrange a solution with you. As we’re on a private tour, we’ll be glad to find something that pleases you. (And we’ll learn something new)
If this wasn’t enough, we will also lead you to the local bars we’re you can taste the real Poncha, the most traditional beverage here, made with sugar cane rum!
We’re now launching a new campaign until 31th of December Of 2018 where, if you buy 2 private tours, the second one will have a 20% Discount.
This campaign is only available trough bookings on our website.
The bookings are per car, if you are a small group and you book two cars, you already have a 20% discount on the second one.
Or if want to do two excursions on different days you also get the discount.
Please go to www.panda4x4tours.com to book the tours you desire.
All are tours are spent 50% Off-Roading at least, but they are accessible to everyone, despite you experience level.
When possible we add up a more challenging obstacle so you can test your driving skills.
Here’s one example:
What are you waiting for? Book a Tour now!
Tours tend to get booked fast!
If you ever came to Madeira and you never tried a Poncha… Well, are you sure you’ve been on vacation or business in Madeira?
Poncha is one of “Madeira’s Must Try” drink, almost more important than Madeira Wine. After local beer, Poncha is the drink most people have! Everyone’s drinks it, so why don’t you?
Poncha is a local drink that people in Madeira drink since the first settlers came to Madeira.
Madeira in the beginning, was widely know for it’s sugar cane production.