Discover Morro de São Paulo on this 11-hour day trip from Salvador. The village is known for its charm and its picturesque surrounding landscapes and makes a great escape from the urban life of Salvador. Accompanied by a knowledgable guide, travel by land and sea to the fine beaches, crystal-clear water, lush hiking trails and fascinating tide pools that have made Morro de São Paulo.
- Day trip from Salvador to Morro de São Paulo
- Visit soft sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and tide pools
- Ferryboat ride and speedboat journey
- Go swimming and explore local trails
- Learn about the area from your local guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
What You Can Expect
Upon early morning pickup at your Salvador hotel, board a comfortable coach for the ride to São Joaquim, where you'll board a ferry for a relaxing ride across the Camanu Bay to the island of Tinhare. Disembark on the island and climb aboard a bus for a short trip to Valença, then a speedboat ride to your final destination: Morro de São Paulo.
Though it may not be easy to get to, thousands of travelers from all over the world make the journey to this island paradise. Walk the white sand beaches and the nature trails, explore the tide pools and swim in the crystal-clear water. Go diving or snorkeling and enjoy access to all of the beach's facilities during your stay. Feel free to ask your local guide for suggestions or information on how to best enjoy your approximately 4 hours in this tranquil beach setting.
Retrace your steps by speedboat, ferry and bus for the return to Salvador. Enjoy drop-off at your hotel at the end of a long day of exploring.
the tour was good.. our tour guide Julliana was grt and she made it a point to explain every thing to us in english.(everyone speak portuguese thr).. she had grt co-ordination skills.. the pick up and drop off was grt..very fast...all my ratings are based on julliana's skills..she was awesome...
the trip takes 2h30'. Instead of a boat directly to Morro we had to take a ferry-boat (no places reserved, we had to stand 35' as it was crowded) then a bus for 1h30' and finally another boat for 30'. We remained in Morro 4 hours, and not in the best beaches..