Take a swig of classic port wine, while relishing the tranquil ambiance of the monastery at Porto, before taking on the crashing waves by surfing at the sun-soaked beaches of Portugal. Indulge in the electrifying nightlife of Lisbon and go sun-bathing and hiking too at Sintra. Luxuriate the breathtakingly beautiful landscapes of Madeira. Explore the picturesque caves, seaside cliffs, and creeks of Algarve and admire the beautiful medieval architecture of Obidos.

Upcoming Tours

Must Do Adventure

  • Party hard, revel harder and meet up with new people at the night clubs, discos, Fado Houses, and bars of Lisbon on the Portugal Tour. Hit the Sabotage Club at Cais do Sodre for grooving to rock music by live bands and jive to the beats of Baile Tropicante at MusicBox.

    Revel in the nightlife of Lisbon
  • Savor the bold notes of the flavor of port wine on the Portugal Tour. The most exquisite port wine obtained from the vineyards of Douro Valley, come in a wide range of varieties, flavors, and colors. Choose among fruity Ruby Port, vintage Tawny Port, semi-sweet White Port, and light Rose Port at Porto, Portugal.

    Sample the delicious wine in Porto
  • Ride the waves and become a master of the surfing scene at the finest beaches of the world on the Portugal Tour. Go surfing on fast right-hand waves at the best spot Coxox, Ericeira, or have fun surfing on the waves that crash at the cliffs of North Canyon.

    Surf at the beaches of Portugal

Bucket List Experience

Lisbon | Bucket List Group Travel


Enjoy the Portugal tour with trips to the most famous and picturesque locations of Lisbon. Visit Castelo de S. Jorge, the Moorish Castle of the 11th century that is the royal residence and archaeological museum and admire the myriads of architectural styles of Lisbon Cathedral. Have fun at Praca do Comercio, the waterside public plaza, lined with shopping centers and cafes, and proceed to chill out at Rossio, the colossal Square of King Pedro IV. 

Sintra | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the mysteries of Quinta de Regaleira on the Portugal Tour at Sintra and then have fun with sunbathing at the sun-kissed beaches. Take a tour of the Pena Palace that is a UNESCO-recognized heritage site. Capture the scenic beauty of the lush green lawns of Parque de Pena, and hike at the grand archaeological remains of Castelo dos Mouros. Marvel at the ornate architecture of Monserrate Palace and treat yourself with desserts at Casa Piriquita. 

Porto | Bucket List Group Travel


Spend a delightful day at Porto on the Portugal Tour. Look closely at the beautiful Baroque motifs of the 75-meter-tall Clerigos Tower and take a walk along the tree-lined maze of walkways at Crystal Palace Gardens. Pay a visit to the charming monastery Serra do Pilar and sample the finest port wines at Porto Wine Cellars. Examine the intricate Gothic art of lovely bookstore, Livraria Lello, and cross the river to spend a few hours at Ribeira.

Madeira | Bucket List Group Travel


Enjoy the day at Madeira on the Portugal Tour. Follow the route from Achada do Teixeira to Pico Ruivo to reach the highest point of Madeira while luxuriating the breathtaking beauty of the adjoining landscapes. Visit the authentic historic center, Funchal, and spend a few hours in peace at the idyllic village Camara de Lobos. Get the feeling of cutting into the sea by walking along the trail that leads you to Ponta do Garajau at Cristo Rei Viewpoint and check out the Garganta Funda Waterfall too.

Algarve | Bucket List Group Travel


Reveling in the heart of nature and life at Algarve on the Portugal Tour. Board a motorboat to explore the picturesque creeks and caves of Ponta de Piedade and then relax a little at the sandy beaches by the cliffs of Praia da Falesia. Gaze at the jaw-dropping views of seascapes and seaside cliffs at Cape St. Vincent and go surfing at the beach, Praia da Rocha. Feast your eyes on the orange sunset at Praia da Falesia before heading back to the hotel.

Obidos | Bucket List Group Travel


Enter the city of Obidos through the majestic gates of The Porta da Vila on the Portugal Tour, and then explore the ruined and restored town walls of Obidos. Take a sip of the delicious Ginjinha d’Obidos, the sweet cherry wine, and then proceed to admire the classic medieval architecture of the majestic Obidos Castle. Go shopping for handicrafts and souvenirs at The Rua Direita and stop to admire the art of The Igreja de Santa Maria Church.  

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Portugal Tour during the Spring season between March and May and in the Fall between September and October, when the flowers are in full bloom, and the country glows in the cheery sunlight

Travel Guide


Portugal lies in the Iberian peninsula of South-west Europe.

Capital City

The capital of Portugal is Lisbon.

Main Airport

Lisbon Airport in Reykjavik is the biggest and most important airport in Portugal.

Language Spoken

Portuguese is the official and widely spoken language in Portugal. A majority of the people speak English as well.


The currency of Portugal is Euro.


The citizens of the US do not require a visa to enter Portugal and stay up to 90 days because of the Schengen Agreement between Portugal and the US. Citizens of other countries require tourist or business visa for the Portugal Tour.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for types C and F plugs.


The WHO and PHAC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Portugal tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 112 for any emergency during the Portugal Tour

FAQs about Portugal

What is internet access like in Portugal?

It is easy to connect to Wi-Fi service in Portugal, and internet access is available at all public places, and at hotels, and restaurants too.

Can I use my mobile phone in Portugal?

Use a GSM type of mobile phone to make local calls on the Portugal Tour.

How are the toilets like in Portugal?

The public toilets are clean but too tiny in several places in Portugal. Carry soap, water, and toilet paper also for your use.

Can I drink tap water in Portugal?

The tap water of Portugal may not be as tasty as other parts of Europe, but it is perfectly safe for drinking. 

Are credit cards accepted widely in Portugal?

Portugal widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, especially Australia and the UK, and notably Visa, American Express, and MasterCard.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Portugal?

You will easily find ATM centers all over Portugal. Most of the banks have multibanco ATMs that come in use in Portugal.

What to wear in Portugal?

Dress in comfy, casual, smart, and cute dresses on the Portugal Tour.

Is Portugal safe for women to travel solo?

Portugal is incredibly safe for women. The crime rate is very low, almost nil, and the cities are tourist-friendly too.