Wilderness Experience

Around Pico

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Whale Watching

Baleen & toothed Whales, Dolphins, Turtles... Pico Island is an amazing place to observe marine life

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Bird Watching

Paradise for bird lovers, discover endemic species of Azorean birds, marine birds and migratory species

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Hiking

Climb the highest mountain of Portugal (2351m), and explore the island accross the 14 marked hiking trails

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Caving

Over 200 lava caves have been discovered on Pico Island, the most famous one is "Gruta das Torres", the longest lava tube of Portugal

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Snorkelling

Explore the natural swimming pools, and swim around the schools of fish

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Wine

The Pico Wine culture has been classified as World Heritage by the UNESCO since 2004. Walk through the vineyards and taste Pico wines

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Sealife observation

Cetaceans can be observed from shore in the Azores and particularly in the south coast of Pico due to the deep seabed close to the island

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Diving

Interesting underwater rock formations with plentiful marine life throughout the year; Mobula rays, blue sharks, Grouper, Tuna...

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Handcraft

Wooden Whales, Ceramiques, Stone Art

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Whaling culture

Pico is a land of legend and traditions, Learn more about the whaling traditions. Whaling is now prohibited since 1986

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Photography

Amazing landscapes, Volcanoes, Endemic vegetation, Marine life, Birds... a unique biodiversity in the middle of the Atlantic

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Triangle Islands

From Pico you can take the ferry to Faial and São-Jorge islands for a full day of discoveries

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