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Discover the beautiful beaches near Salvador de Bahia on this full-day tour to Praia do Forte and Praia de Guarajuba. Swim in the pristine waters, learn about marine turtles at Projeto TAMAR, soak up the sun on the white sand beaches, and admire the beautiful tropical scenery of Brazil. Enjoy a fun day in the sun as you explore the beautiful beaches of northeast Brazil.
Explore Pelourinho, the Historic Center of Salvador de Bahia, during this 4-hour sightseeing tour. Named a world cultural center by UNESCO, the area was instrumental in the African slave trade and continues to be a center of African culture in Brazil. Walk through the streets and learn about the cultural and historical importance of the area through your local guide's commentary. Visit the Afro-Brazilian Museum, the Society for Black Protection and the Rosary of the Blacks, the first black Christian brotherhood in the New World. All entrance fees and round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels are included.
Get to know the city of Salvador during this full-day, guided, small-group tour that includes lunch and a visit to the Montserrat district for aerial views of the city. Begin at sea-level in old town stopping along the way at bars, beaches, museums and more. Tour the Rio Branco Palace in Pelourinho and wander the cobblestone streets to take in churches and squares before relaxing over a local lunch.
You’ll find plenty of photo stops and souvenir shops on this private panoramic tour of Salvador da Bahia. Set out in the morning or afternoon in the comfort of your own private vehicle and discover areas of the city you might not otherwise see, from Tororó Lake to Ribeira Beach. The half-day itinerary offers flexibility with brief explanations offered by the guide.
Discover Barra Fort, Carmo Church, Montserrat Fortress, and much more on a private 6-hour tour of Salvador. All-inclusive transportation from your accommodation allows you experience the best of the UNESCO listed city’s attractions at a comfortable and leisurely pace. The tour is perfect for visitors who want to get a quick overview of Salvador or orient themselves to the for independent exploring.
On this tour you will have, at one and the same time, the best of Recife and Olinda. The itinerary covers the main tourist attractions, such as: Praia de Boa Viagem, Cais José Estelita, Forte das Cinco Pontas, Marco Zero, Rua do Bom Jesus, Praça do Arsenal, Torre Malakof, Praça da República, Alto da Sé, Mosteiro de São Bento and others.
2 persons minimum. Fair prices. Spend the day exploring the city with a private guide. In the Pelourinho, the historic center of Salvador de Bahia, walk through the area declared world heritage by UNESCO. Learn about the cultural and historical importance of the area through your local guide's commentary. Board a private vehicle to see other attractions in the area, such as the Bonfim Church and Mont Serrat Fortress, but also typical places such as the local market. Complete overview of local culture and history, including the afro-brazilian typical local culture with the Candomblé religion...
Explore the mysteries of Candomblé through this cultural tour of Salvador. Over the course of 4 hours with a local guide, visit the Afro-Brazilian Museum which narrates the history of enslaved Africans in Brazil. Go to the Pierre Verger Foundation, the French anthropologist responsible for developing literary and photographic and audio records of the history of slavery. Continue to a Candomblé terreiro (community) and get the opportunity to consult the sacred oracle (optional, extra cost). Walk through the favela to see the urban and cultural development that originated from maroon community, a historical haven for African slaves practicing the Candomblé religion. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
Discover the city of Recife and the colonial town of Olinda on this small-group tour. Discover the history of these coastal Brazilian cities and visit landmarks like the House of Culture, Boa Viagem Beach, the Monastery of St. Benedict, the House of Giant Dolls, and Alto da Se, where one of Brazil’s biggest Carnaval parties takes place every year. This tour is capped at 15 travelers for a personalized experience.
Learn about the cultural heritage of Salvador da Bahia, the first capital of Brazil. This half-day itinerary takes visitors sightseeing from Barra to Pelourinho, including a walking tour of historical highlights. A guide sheds light on African-influenced music, cuisine, and religious practices—information that will enrich your understanding of this dynamic city.
At the beginning, a panoramic tour along the Boa Viagem waterfront, one of the most famous urban beaches in Brazil.From Marco Zero, walk along Rua do Bom Jesus (former Jewish Street), where the Kahal Zur Israel Synagogue and the Olinda Giant Dolls Embassy (tickets not included) are located, as well as the Open Sky Museum.
The Arraial By Night tour will liven up your night in Porto Seguro. The night of Arraial D'Ajuda is filled with lots of fun, lights, colours and music making everything even more enchanting. Passing through Broadway, Strada Mucugê, Shopping, galleries, Beco d'as Cores and the traditional Music'Bar La Morocha. It's restaurants, bars, pizzerias are the main attractions, where you will enjoy live music, and be enchanted by every corner.To get to the village of Arraial D 'Ajuda, you will cross the Buranhém river by ferry.
This tour combines the historical and popular city parts into the most interesting experience! You will visit its old center, dive into its history, culture, religiosity and the habits of the people of Bahia and be seduced by the magic of this city. First, you will discover the history and most important places of this fascinating city and first capital of the colony of Brazil. The Historical Center or Pelourinho is a must for the all the travellers that come to Salvador. There will be time and excellent possibilities to experience one the delicious regional dishes!After lunch you will discover the more quiet and human face of this fascinating city in the Lower City of Salvador. Our principal destination is the peninsula of Itapagipe, completely surrounded by the calm waters of the bay. The swarming open market, São Joaquim, or the Mercado Modelo, can be included.This complete tour offers you an unforgettable travel experience and success is guaranteed!
Attend a ceremony dedicated to Xangô, the thunder god of justice, during this religious African heritage cultural tour. On a 4-hour tour with a local guide, visit a Candomblé terreiro (community) to learn about daily life there. Learn about the religion, which worships the Orixas, through your experience and a tour of the adjoining museum. Hear about the community's weaving business that produces religious clothing, jewelry and ornaments before visiting the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mercado São Joaquim. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
The forró is a typical dance of northeastern Brazil, practiced at state fairs, it has European influences and is usually played by a trio. It began in the 50s, but became popular in the 70s, when there was intense immigration to the northeast from the rest of the country. The genre has established names in music like Luiz Gonzaga, Dominguinhos and Genival Lacerda.Você can not stay out of this party!!
Discover the history and most important places of this fascinating city.On this tour you will know the most important places of Salvador and learn about the history of the first capital of the colony of Brazil. We will see some of the touristic highlights of the city, such as: the Lighthouse of Barra, with a splendid view on the Bay of All Saints and the Atlantic Ocean, the Corridor of Victoria bordered by ancient trees, the Campo Grande square and a busy commercial area. We then arrive in the Historical Center, called so after the UNESCO made it a World Heritage Site. This place is a must for the visitors: a complete old neighborhood, called the Pelourinho, in the Upper City inside the bay, full of churches and magnificent colorful mansions in typical Portuguese colonial style that we will visit walking through the lively squares and cobblestone streets experiencing the local atmosphere and people that will not let you impassive.
Salvador is dazzling in the sky with intense tones, the color of the sea and the countless breathtaking views. On this tour you will discover the city in search of the best places to enjoy a unique landscape.
Participate in a 3-hour Brazilian percussion workshop in Salvador. Get to know the rhythms and beats that provide the backdrop for Bahia's famous Carnival celebrations. Listen to the music that is essential in the Samba de Roda and the Candomblé ceremony. Learn about the percussion's roots in the African continent and how the tradition has transformed in modern Brazil from your local guide and professional percussion teacher. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
On this tour you will leave Maragogi to discover the beautiful urban beaches of Maceió. It is about 2 hours drive to the panoramic views of Cruz das Almas, Jatiúca, Ponta Verde, Pajuçara and Avenida Beach.