Discover Salvador by night on this 4-hour tour after sundown. Dine on traditional Brazilian food and attend an Afro-Brazilian culture show. Watch a demonstration of Capoeira, the traditional Brazilian martial art that is part dance, part battle and part game. Learn about the cultural heritage of this vibrant city and its nightlife from your local guide. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
- Night tour of Salvador
- Afro-Brazilian culture show
- Bilingual guide
- Hotel pickup and dropoff
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What You Can Expect
After pickup from your hotel in Salvador in the evening, meet your local guide for transportation to your evening's activities.
Enjoy an Afro-Brazilian folkloric show that incorporates music, dance and theatre to tell the story of Afro-Brazilian culture in Bahia. A guide will be on hand to provide engaging commentary and answer any questions. Get the opportunity to admire many of the culture's traditional dances, including the Puxada de Rede, the Caondomblé and the Samba de Roda.
Dine on typical Brazilian or international fare while the show proceeds. Watch a Capoeira demonstration, the tradtional Brazilian martial art that was invented by the Afro-Brazilian slaves and looks like part dance, part fight and all athleticism.
At the end of your 4-hour evening learning about Afro-Brazilian culture and dining on delicious fare, enjoy drop-off at your hotel.
Private pick up and drop off. Buffet food gave one an introduction to local dishes. Fabulous folkloric show with beautiful costumes. Our table was right in front of the stage.
tres beau spectacle et jean luis nous a placé a la meilleure table merci
The tour wasn't really a tour...it was just dinner and a folkloric dance show. You could definitely do it on your own. The show itself was very good. It was a good sampling of local culture and at the end the performers got the entire audience involved. It was a lot of fun really and the food was pretty good. Going with the guide was convenient because I got a ride to and from the show and he explained various parts of the show. I was alone so it was good to have the company, but if you're in a group, I would skip the "tour" and go to the show on your own.
Great entertainment. Good food. Did not really see the city at night.
The place was too small of all those people and stage was too small.. The guide Andre was very helpful. He knows his history of Salvador. That to me was the best part of the tour.