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The tour starts when the schooner leaves the Salvador Nautical Terminal towards the first island. A contemplative trip inside the Todos os Santos Bay, right at the exit we have Fort São Marcelo, the city of Salvador seen from the perspective of the sea, the Itapagipe peninsula that houses the Monte Serrat Fort, the Bonfim Church and other attractions. We head towards Ilha dos Frades where crystal clear waters invite us to bathe, there natives offer Stand up or Snorkel rides, in addition to a snack and a cold drink, we stayed for about 2 hours. Then we go to Itaparica Island. Where we will have lunch at a restaurant on the beach, a free buffet with homemade and delicious food. Then just relax on the sand or warm waters of the Itaparica sea. At 3:30 pm our guide starts calling for boarding. On the way back, it is possible to enjoy the sunset in our Todos os Santos Bay.
Time of travel:
Salvador - Friars 1:40;
Friars - Itaparica 0:40;
Itaparica - Salvador 1:10.
Sail off the coast of Salvador during this 8-hour cruise on All Saints Bay. Climb aboard the traditional schooner to meet your friendly captain and crew, then find a spot to get comfortable and enjoy the scenery. Listen as your hosts detail the history of the area and the bay's importance as an epicenter of colonization. Go ashore on one of the 56 islands in the bay, like Itaparica, Brazil's largest island. Eat a traditional lunch of regional specialties, then enjoy samba music and caipirinhas on the way back to the mainland.
Carneiros beach is at a distance of approximately 90 kilometers from Recife, a route that is carried out on this tour every Monday, Thursday and Friday. It is well-known for the clear waters that impress all visitors at low depth, which makes the visibility of marine fauna and flora a tourist attraction.
The catamaran tour allows everything to be appreciated in a more practical and comfortable way. It is made by the waterfront, visits the mangroves and has stop not only for the sea bath, but also for bathing clay. The complete tour lasts approximately eight hours and has, among the highlights, a visit to the Chapel of St. Benedict.
A beautiful village, full of charm and incredible landscapes, where no car circulates and you can enjoy at ease. People are cheerful, lively and crowd the bars and restaurants. In addition, you still have the option of venturing on one of the available tours and marvel at the natural beauty. Welcome to Morro de São Paulo!
On board we will have bar service (optional) and mechanical sound. When arriving at Ponta de Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe, the Island of the Friars, the first Island of the Northeast to have the international seal Blue Flag, one of the most important in the world for beaches and marinas, a fee of R $ 10.00 .
You will have a full day to enjoy the warm and crystal clear waters of the Island. If you have the courage and courage, take the 122 steps up and you will be rewarded with a wonderful view of the Mirador of the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a sight that will be marked in memory.
After the walk, there is nothing better than to enjoy the delicacies offered by the famous Preta Restaurant (optional), an unforgettable restaurant, sensational dishes with a minimalist decoration to make anyone delighted, after lunch you will want to relax in the networks made available by every restaurant.
A scenery that honors the name of Alagoas, amidst canals, islands, mangroves and coconut groves, where each square meter becomes a postcard and provides visitors with a refreshing swim in the encounter of the Mundaú and Manguaba lagoons with the sea. Enjoy a wonderful regional gastronomy with unique landscape.
Attention: You will be charged an additional R $ 50.00 per person for catamaran transportation (charged separately by local suppliers).
Explore the waters around Fernando de Noronha via boat during this 3-hour cruise. Search for wild dolphins to observe them in their natural habitat and enjoy some time swimming at Sancho Bay. Round-trip hotel transportation included.
Skip the hassle of finding your own way to Morro de São Paulo, a popular destination for beachgoers, on a stress-free tour from Salvador da Bahia. Let a guide take care of arranging three different types of transfers—which include hotel pickup, a ferry ride to Itaparica, and a speedboat from Valença—while you spend more time relaxing in the white-sand coves on Tinharé Island.
Sail through the UNESCO-listed Fernando de Noronha Archipelago on this half-day catamaran tour from Porto de Santo Antônio. Make stops among the collection of 21 islands for swimming and snorkeling with the provided snorkeling equipment. Lunch and round-trip transportation from your accommodations are included.
Explore the pristine Maracajau beach, commonly known as Brazil's Caribbean, on this full-day excursion from Natal. With a local guide, enjoy the stunning scenery and go scuba diving (at an additional cost) in the Parrachos, which offers a 10-foot (3-meter) deep reef formation inhabited by abundant marine life. This tour includes round-trip transportation from your Natal city hotel in an air-conditioned coach.
The trip with the traditional boat is an excellent proposal to get to know Fernando de Noronha, with a perspective of the sea. Very likely to see the beloved spinner dolphins swimming by the boat. On this tour you will get to know the island from end to end by the sea from inside (mainland side), stopping at one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Sancho beach for a snorkeling in one of the most crystalline seas you have ever seen.
Praia dos Carneiros is one of the favorite for nautical sports among Pernambuco people. The sea is calm, with ideal characteristics for a good sea bath: clear waters, little depth and plenty of space to have fun and sunbathe on its sands. The coconut trees make Carneiros a beautiful example of the northeastern beach.
It is about 90 km south of Recife.
Get ready to visit a coastline interspersed with coconut palms and white sands where man is barely present. You will be enchanted by the rudimentary, exuberant and wild nature. They are exotic, unexplored and semi-deserted beaches.
The boat trip is an excellent proposal to get to know Fernando de Noronha, with a perspective of the sea. In this tour you will have the opportunity to know the island from end to end by the sea from within (continent side), contemplate one of the most beautiful sunsets with incredible views of Morro do Pico and Morro dos Dois Irmãos.
Very likely to see the beloved spinner dolphins swimming by the boat. With a stop at one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Sancho beach for a snorkeling in one of the clearest seas you have ever seen.
And to get better, all this combo accompanied by a barbecue on board!
Relax and have fun with us on a tour of All Saints Bay. On board a safe and equipped boat, enjoy incredible views of Salvador, enjoy a sea bath and the wonderful landscape of Ilha dos Frades and Itaparica. In addition, we will have a bath and lunch stop (optional) on the famous Itaparica Island.
Municipality blessed by the exuberant beauty of its beaches. Located at the northern end of the Gold Coast of the State of Alagoas, with an incredible ecosystem forming natural aquariums amidst coral reefs. Tantalizingly suitable for lovers of Snorkel and Scuba Dive, as its crystal clear waters facilitate visibility.
The natural pools of Maragogi are part of the largest maritime protection area in Brazil: the Costa dos Corais. In order to guarantee the preservation of the place, the permanence of tourists is strictly supervised by the environmental agencies. Vessels can only stay in galleys for a maximum of an hour and a half.
Explore Baía de Todos os Santos aboard a schooner on this 8-hour excursion from Salvador. Visit Itaparica and Ilha dos Frades to relax, swim, snorkel and explore the beach's tide pools. Opt to go hiking or horseback riding. This family-friendly outing includes round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels.
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.
Largest water mirror of Bahia inserted in an area of environmental protection in the biome Mata Atlântica APA Lagoa Encantada.Contato direct with Nature. Boat trip, visit and bath in the complex of waterfalls, trails (optional), viewing of floating islands.
* Distance by land, 34 km, being 13 km unpaved
Located on the south coast, they are certainly some of the wonders of the Pernambuco coast. They became known for their natural beauty, warm and clear waters. In the past, they were a haven for adventurers looking for tranquility in the small fishing village. Buggy ride on the region's beaches (Cabo de Santo Agostinho and Calhetas) and catamaran ride on the beaches of Paraíso and do Frances and also the mangroves.
We leave Salvador in a boat from Mar Grande or Ferry Boat, crossing the Bay of All Saints in the direction of Itaparica. There, we will continue by road to the municipality of Valença by the Puente del Funil, towards Ponta do Curral. Finally, a journey of just ten minutes by boat will leave us at Morro de São Paulo, where we will walk to the fourth beach, stopping for a swim in the sea.
Ivan Bahia Travel Guide takes you to the roots of Brazil :
to the colonial city Cachoeira, in the Recôncavo Baiano
to discover culture and beautiful nature inland Bahia.
inclusive a boat-trip on the Paraguaçu-river and a typical moqueca lunch
Available in English / Français / Nederlands.
Leaving the hotels in the morning we will follow the BR-101 and after covering approximately 90 km we will enter the estuary of the Cunhaú River where we will have a view of the shrimp farms and soon afterwards the Cunhaú Beach. Pleasant place, bathed by river and sea and excellent cuisine where natural pools are formed by the sea. The itinerary is completed with a boat trip on the Curimataú River, visiting mangroves, where local fishermen catch crabs on the spot, and we enjoy lovely little beaches on the other side of the river.