Enjoy a high-speed ride along the Tagus River in a RIB (rigid-hulled inflatable boat). Hold on tight as you motor past Lisbon’s waterfront neighborhoods. You’ll have the opportunity to stop and view of the city’s most notable landmarks.
Douro Valley: Private Rabelo boat cruise, including wine and tapas.
Travelers will complete a trip planning questionnaire that will allow Global CommUnity, working with their travel advisor, to fully customize their trip according to their family interests.
Spend three days at a rural farmscape retreat. The estate offers a plethora of activities ranging from hiking, biking, picnics, stargazing and more. The spa and restaurant are not to be missed and their children’s facilities are great for the kids. Enjoy a half-day private guided tour of Monsaraz and the city of Évora—a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Funchal is a lovely colonial town, with fine botanical gardens and parks, and a nice array of shopping and eating possibilities. Private driver and vehicle for a half-day tour of Funchal. Visit the Monte Palace Tropical Gardens. It is home to an impressive collection of art works and sculptures set in a lovely natural environment. Guided half-day hike along the “levada” trails.
Enjoys 3 days at a tranquil Alentejan retreat. With unique Architecture, marked both by its simplicity and sophistication, the accommodations at Torre de Palma offer a respite from the rest of the world. Spend your time drinking wine, horseback riding, working in the garden or vineyard, hiking, golfing, and even hunting with Falcons. Half-day tour of the Évora— a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Pricing is based on 2 passengers, double occupancy
Prices starting at $1,120 per person
Visit a Portugese palace where you will be able to see how nobles lived in 18th century Portugal. The foundation contributes to the conservation and restoration of art pieces. Visit the Craft Center to observe their restoration projects at work.
Re-food is a local organization in Lisbon whose mission is to eliminate food waste and end hunger, involving the full community, in common cause. They take excess food from restaurants, cafes and markets around town, repackage them and deliver to those in need. You are welcome to help in one of the three phases – collection, packaging or distribution.
In the heart of Bairro Alto neighborhood sits a hidden secret old convent with a beautiful history and a small, but beautiful, cloister. The nuns take care of the house, but mainly take care of 30 handicapped girls that have been abandoned by their families. Known for their famous for their jams (shhh – it’s a secret recipe), today you will join one of the nuns with a trip to the market to buy supplies, followed by a fun couple of hours making their exquisite jam. The jams are then sold by the nuns to help take care of the girls and their Convent.