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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.

Highlights

  • Anthropological tour of Salvador
  • Discover the history of the African community and the city's slave trade with a guide
  • Visit a museum and open-air market, among other cultural sites
  • Traditional lunch included with a local family
  • All entrance fees included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Anthropological City Tour of Salvador

Anthropological City Tour in Salvador

Customer Reviews

Katharine D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

This was an outstanding tour....a great introduction to the Afro-Brazilian culture of Salvador. Our Guide, Marcos, was excellent. I could not have asked for a better tour. During our eight hours with Marcos, we visited many areas of the town. Had a delicious lunch at a family home. Highly recommend this tour.

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