Experience the highlights of Salvador during a 4-hour sightseeing tour of the city. With your knowledgeable local guide and small group, visit sites like the Bahia Lighthouse, the Barra Fortress, the Jesuit Basilica Cathedral and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pelourinhio, the historical center of Salvador. Along the way, learn about the rich, eclectic history of this city, once the capital of Brazil, through informed commentary from your guide. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
This private tour of Chapada Diamantina National Park gets you there and back in a flash, departing from Salvador da Bahia. Skip trying to figure out bus timetables. You’ll save transport time aboard a private vehicle and enjoy a tour exclusively organized by your own guide. You’re rewarded with waterfall swims and plateaus with sweeping vistas.
The tour starts from the nautical center to embark on a schooner equipped with services of bar and accompanying guide;
We will have a partial view of the city (highlight for the high city) and the Fort of São Marcelo, Port of the city, Península de Itapagipe with Church of Bonfim, Fort and Church of Monte Serrat. The Bay of All Saints is very rich in pleasant places for a schooner ride.
We have 6 reasons for your best leisure:
1 - Qualified guides with domain in English, Spanish, French, Italian and German;
2 - We take our passengers to the best restaurant in Ponta de Areia, with plenty of space and leisure area;
3 - Padded seats, providing greater passenger comfort;
4 - Samba set standardized;
5 - Excellent bar service on board;
6 - The second stop offers beach suitable for bathing.
Leave the busy streets of Salvador behind for the day and embark on an 8-hour boat tour through All Saints Bay. Skip the stress of rushing to a meeting point and relax in round-trip transportation from your hotel. Your scenic journey along the coast includes stops at the islands of Paradise of Friars and Itaparica. You have the chance to experience the local flora and fauna and purchase food and snacks at both locations.
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.
Get an overview of Salvador's highlights during this full-day tour with a local guide. Visit the historic sights of the city, its colonial mansions and monuments, including Dique do Tororó, Pelourinho, Bonfim Church and Lacerda Elevator. Have lunch at a local restaurant to taste some of Bahia's specialities. In the afternoon, visit Cidade Baixa, the outskirts of the city, which provide spectacular views of the port area of All Saints Bay. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
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.
Discover the city of Salvador on foot during this 4-hour walking tour. Learn about the history of Brazil’s first capital and its significant influences from African culture. Visit popular landmarks such as Barra’s Lighthouse, Praça do Campo Grande, the Lacerda Elevator, the Golden Church, and more as you traverse the city with your private guide.
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.
Praia do Forte is a Brazilian beach located in the homonymous district, in the Bahian municipality of Mata de São João, about 50 km from Salvador. Lots of natural beauty mixed history make Praia do Forte one of the most sought after destinations on the northern coast of Bahia. There are more than 12 km of beaches, with several natural pools formed by reefs along the coast. The coconut trees, the predominant vegetation in this region, make the look even better. Enjoying the beaches and the beautiful scenery invite you to relax. One of the main attractions of the place is to visit the headquarters of Projeto Tamar, an organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sea turtles.
Known for its calm and crystal clear waters, Guarajuba Beach and Praia do Forte are unmissable destinations with biodiversity and unmatched natural beauty. The tour has the route of Coco Road towards the north coast of Bahia, name inspired by coconut palms existing on the way.
At Praia do Forte, known as Brazilian Polynesia, you will have the opportunity to get to know the Tamar Project, internationally recognized as one of the most successful marine conservation experiences. You will visit the most charming village with a rustic and cozy atmosphere.
Guarajuba Beach reserves the best natural pools, you will have time for a delicious sea bath, a well structured resort with calm waters. You will also have the option to taste the delicious Bahian food.
Departure from hotels to the Barra Lighthouse, the first stop for photos. The tour follows the Vitoria corridor, where the Bahia Art Museum and the Carlos Costa Pinto Museum, known as the Fan Museum and Balangandã, are located. This place is also known as the location of the concentration of Carnival blocks. We continue through Campo Grande Square, where one of the Carnival Circuits begins and we continue along Av 7 de Setembro to Pelourinho, Historic Center of Salvador, with a stop in the Municipal Square .. In the Municipal Square we have all the panoramic view of the Lower City. We can see the Mercado Modelo, Elevador Lacerda and the Bay of All Saints. We walked to Praça da Sé, a place that holds ruins of the first Basilica of Brazil next to the first Archbishop's Palace in Salvador. We continue the City Tour towards the Largo do Pelourinho, where is the Rosário dos Pretos Church and the Jorge Amado House Foundation (optional visit).
Explore Praia de Guarajuba and Praia do Forte with a private guide during this 8-hour tour from Salvador. Visit the gorgeous Praia do Forte, natural pools, a charming fishing village by the sea and a turtle sanctuary. Sit down lunch beachside in Guarajuba, famous for its coconut trees and vibrant blue water. Enjoy the flexibility and personalized attention that comes with booking a private tour.
Do you know that place you fall in love with when you arrive and don't want to leave? This is Morro de Sao Paulo. With its paradisiacal beaches called in numerical order, First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Beach which is better known as Praia do Encanto.
Our tour takes place to Itaparica Island and then to Valencia to start the adventure in a speedboat, hold your hair!
When you arrive in Morro, you have free time to have fun on this charming island, as you wish, even taking the risk of optional walks, such as the zip line that goes from Farol to the first beach with a length of 340 meters, starting from a height of 57 meters.
Tourist tax, food and drinks and tours not included.
Transport via semi-ground.
Departures from 05:10.
Return at 15:30
Learn about the history of the African people in Brazil during this 8-hour anthropological tour in Salvador. Visit Pelourinho, the center of African history in Salvador, and peruse the Afro-Brazilian Museum. Continue to the São Joaquim Market, founded by enslaved Africans, now the largest open-air market in the city. Stop for lunch hosted by a family with 50 years of history in the Garcia community, a traditional bean stew. Travel to Rio Vermelho beach to see the altar in reverence to iemanjá, the African orixá from the sea. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels is included.
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.
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 Itaipava Arena in Salvador da Bahia with this admission ticket. Go behind the scenes of the stadium that is home to the Esporte Clube Bahia and Esporte Clube Vitória football teams. Take a guided tour and visit the bleachers, skyboxes, locker rooms, and even the pitch and learn about the history of the original stadium built in 1951.
Come and enjoy a day at Praia do Forte, the most charming village in the region. A village full of restaurants and craft shops. In addition, you will have the day to enjoy the adventure tours (diving and quad biking), visit the Tamar Project's headquarters with its marine species, Garcia D'Ávila Castle and the Jubarte Whale Institute. Have you ever imagined experiencing this experience? From July to October the Jubartes leave Antarctica to mate and reproduce in the calm and warm waters off the coast of Praia do Forte.
Note: Check out the hotels in Salvador.
When your cruise ship docks in Salvador, spend the day exploring the city with a private guide. In Pelourinho, the Historic Center of Salvador de Bahia, walk through the area named world cultural center 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. Round-trip transportation from the cruise port is included.
The tour begins at Farol da Barra, one of the most beautiful scenery in Salvador and where the best carnival in the country begins! Then we will go to the historic center, where we will visit Pelourinho and take a walk through one of the Cultural Heritage of Humanity. After lunch (not included) we will visit the lower city.
Come with us! See the Lacerda Elevator, tie your ribbon at Bonfim Church and take a little bit of Bahia to your home when visiting the Mercado Modelo.
TCH is the best and most complete receptive option in Bahia. With a special service, differentiated services and a modern structure, TCH presents the tourist with an even more charming Bahia, always with the joy and hospitality that are hallmarks of the Bahian people. Everything to make each tour an unforgettable experience.
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!
Discover the history and culture of Salvador during this half-day, small-group tour. See top city landmarks including the Farol da Barra lighthouse, the historic center called Pelourinho, and the scenic Lacerda Elevator. Visit the charming triangle-shaped square called Largo do Pelourinho. Hotel pick-up is available.