Excursions in Salvador da Bahia - Costa Do Sauipe
The streets of Central Salvador take tourists back to the beginnings of Brazil. Our tour begins at the Barra Lighthouse. We will then pass the Teatro Castro Alves, Forte de São Pedro and Praça Castro Alves on route to the Historical Center (Pelourinho). More than a thousand homes, churches and monuments built since the 16th century help make up the greatest collection of Baroque architectural heritage in Latin America.
Our tour begins at the Dique do Tororó, with its images of Afro-Brazilian orixás. We the proceed to the Lower City, with a stop at the famous church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim. At Forte de Mont Serrat, you will see a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Our tour ends with a visit to the Lacerda Elevator and the Mercado Modelo craft market. Highlights: * Dique de Toroco. * Nosso Senhor do Bonfim Church. * Panoramic Views at Forte de Mont Serrat. * Lacerda Elevator. * Mercado Modelo Craft Market.
A night of magic, mystery, and fun await you! We will begin with an authentic folkloric show where the manifestation of our Afro-Brazilian culture will be shown. Candomblé, Maculelê, Puxada de Rede, Dança do Caboclo, Samba de Roda and a wonderful show of capoeira (traditional slave fighting) are included in the show. Transports, a bilingual guide and traditional or international dinner are also included. Highlights: * Dinner. * Folkloric Show. * Transports. * Bilingual Guide. * Show with Traditional Dances-Maculelê, Candomblé and Capoeira.
Mangue Seco is 220 km from Salvador in the extreme north of Bahia. It is the edge of a peninsula between the sea and a river among mangroves (hence its name Mangue Seco). No roads lead to this place. Coming from Salvador, we cross the Real River which separates the two cities in traditionally covered canoes for a 30 minute ride. On the other side of the river you will board a buggy car for a crazy 40 minute ride through the sand dunes. We will make stops for photographs and the ride will finish at the top ranked beach in Bahia beach for swimming. We will stop at a beach restaurant with food and drinks (not included), showers and hammocks to take a nap. The top beach in Bahia! At 3 pm we will leave the beach and head to the village to visit Tieta´s House (famous character of a Jorge Amado´s novel). There we will enjoy ice-cream. Highlights: * Beach. * Nature. * Ice-cream. * Adventure.
On the island of Tinharé, in the Bay of Camamu, we find Morro de São Paulo. This enchanting local features fine beaches, crystal-clear waters and living tide pools. Take a ferry ride from São Joaquim, a short bus ride to Valença where you will board a speedboat for the journey to this paradise that attracts thousands of people from all over the world each year. Well visit splendid beaches that are ideal for bathing and have excellent facilities. Highlights: * Ferryboat Ride. * Morro de São Paulo.
70 km from Salvador, Praia do Forte has been nicknamed the "Brazilian Polynesia." Its 12 km of beaches provide a whole range of leisure pursuits. During this tour, you will visit the sea-turtle conservation project (Projeto Tamar) and a fishing village. Then sea bathing at Praia de Guarajuba, (famous for its warm waters and tide pools) will follow. Highlights: * Lunch Included. * See Sea Turtles. * Optional Entrance Fee to Projeto Tamar. * Enjoy Sea Bathing. * Guarajuba Beach. * Abaeté Lagoon.
Take it all in on this schooner trip with a specialist guide. Take a relaxing ride at our schooner with optional bar service to the islands of Baía de Todos os Santos (All Saints Bay). Our first stop is for a refreshing bath in the warm waters around the Ilha dos Frades. Then a visit to the most famous of the bay´s islands: Itaparica, whose beaches feature calm tide pools, the chance to go diving, trails and other fun activities. This tour will allow you to have an outstanding view of the Upper and Lower Cities as well as the other islands in the bay. Highlights: * Lunch Included. * Specialist Guide. * itaparica. * Ilha dos Frades.