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.
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...
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.
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!
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.
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.
Come and discover the wonders of the cultural manifestations and typical foods of Bahia in a dinner followed by a show with the best of our folklore, bringing the attractions: hammock, xaxado, afro dance, maculelê, capoeira, samba de roda and traditional samba. . Also enjoy the stylized depiction of a Candomblé ceremony with the deities known as orishas in their costumes and dances packed by their respective musical touches.Dinner included.Does not include drinks.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
Walking on the streets in the Historical District of Salvador feels like being taken back to ancient times in Brazilian history. Visit the first fort that was built at the entrance point of the bay of All Saints to protect the city from an attack. A stop at the city center is a must for anyone staying in Salvador da Bahia! And after a formidable lunch with tasty local food, you'll be captivated by Salvador's extraordinary architectural heritage and history on this half dayguided city tour. Salvador da Bahia, known as the "Happy City", is considered the cultural capital ofBrazil. From religion to sports, this family friendly sightseeing tour has something for everyone!
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.
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.
2 PEOPLE MINIMUM. 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...
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.
Your only commitment will be to relax and enjoy this journey through the history of the first capital of Brazil. We pick him up at the hotel and head to Farol da Barra, one of Salvador's most famous sights. You will get to know the main tourist attractions nearby, such as the Church of San Francisco and the Museum of Mercy. We will also guide you through a pleasant stroll through Salvador's Historic Center and all the colorful magic of Pelourinho.
Discover the more quiet and human face of this fascinating city.On this tour you will get a different view of the third biggest capital of Brazil. This tour takes you to the Lower City where our principal destination is the peninsula of Itapagipe, completely surrounded by the calm waters of the bay and an oasis of peace at only 8 km from the busy harbour area. We visit the neighborhoods of Ribeira, with fantastic views on the Bay of All Saints and some small marinas with their schooners and sailboats. Then Bonfim, with the famous church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, an important place for pilgrimage where the syncretism between Catholicism and Candomblé still lives strongly. Finally Boa Viagem with the impressive Fort of Monte Serrat and the Ponta de Humaitá, the most romantic spot in Salvador because of the possibility to see one of the most wonderful sunsets of Brazil! On your choice we visit the swarming open market of São Joaquim or the Mercado Modelo, focused on souvenirs.
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.
Several historical centers of Brazil are poorly presented in relation to the truths of colonization. Come to know our roots, to understand our people through culture and history immersed in an atmosphere of great receptivity and love for our neighbor.
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.
Experience the music, dancing and excitement of Salvador's famous Carnival during this 4-hour cultural show. Watch a mass of outrageously costumed professional dancers shake, shimmy and sing to infectious Bahian beats. Listen to live percussion and see maculele, capoeira and Candomblé from your prime seat. Dig in to a traditional Bahian buffet-style dinner before the show and walk away with a better understanding of Bahian culture. Round-trip transportation from Salvador hotels via air-conditioned coach is included.
Get a sense of country life in Cachoeira during this 10-hour educational tour from Salvador. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city's architecture, which reflects Portuguese colonialism and African heritage. Visit the churches of Carmo and Rosário, the City Hall and the former colonial-era jail. Visit a nearby farm for a traditional Brazilian lunch, followed by a tour of the famous Danneman cigar factor. Learn about the history, culture and national significance of the region from your local guide as you explore. Round-trip transportation from Salvador 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.
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.