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Travel to Bahia

At first glance, Bahia's beaches invite you to relax and soak up the sun. Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of the beaches of Praia do Forte, Morro de São Paulo and Porto Seguro, where you can indulge in refreshing sea bathing and exciting water sports.
But there's more to Bahia than its heavenly beaches: discover the Chapada Diamantina, a breathtaking national park with majestic waterfalls, mysterious caves and impressive rock formations. Adventure awaits you on hikes through the Capão Valley, the Lapa Doce Cave and the summit of Morro do Pai Inácio, offering breathtaking panoramas.
Last but not least, don't miss a taste of Bahian cuisine, a veritable explosion of flavors. Traditional dishes such as moqueca de camarão (shrimp stew), acarajé (refried bean fritters) and vatapá (a shrimp, peanut and cashew nut dish) will take you on an unforgettable culinary journey.

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Five ideas for Bahia guided tours

  • Chapada Diamantina

    In the heart of Brazil lies a true paradise for nature lovers: the Chapada Diamantina. This region abounds in spectacular landscapes, waterfalls, mysterious caves and mountains that will transport you to a world of natural beauty.
    Start your exploration at Cachoeira da Fumaça. Marvel at this imposing waterfall plunging into a vertiginous abyss. Continue your journey to the mysterious Lapa Doce and Pratinha caves. Explore the depths of these incredible caverns. Let yourself be captivated by the play of light reflected on the cave walls, creating a magical, fairytale atmosphere.
    Don’t miss the chance to climb Morro do Pai Inácio, an emblematic mountain offering views over the surrounding valleys.

  • Salvador de Bahia

    In the Nordeste region of Brazil lies an enchanting destination that transports you to a world of colors, rhythms and flavors: Salvador de Bahia. This historic city is brimming with cultural treasures and emblematic sites that plunge you into the very essence of Brazil.
    Stay a few days, and we naturally recommend that your first stop is the famous Pelourinho, the historic district. Lose yourself in the cobbled streets lined with colorful houses, soaking up the vibrant atmosphere that reigns here. Admire the baroque churches, lively squares and numerous craft stores that add an artistic touch to the whole. For an immersive cultural experience, don’t miss a show of capoeira, a Brazilian martial art combining dance and acrobatics.
    Another must-see in Salvador de Bahia is the Farol da Barra, a historic lighthouse located at the tip of the peninsula. Enjoy the panoramic view over the Atlantic Ocean and admire the magnificent sunsets that set the sky ablaze.
    Salvador de Bahia is a city that vibrates to the rhythm of samba and Afro-Brazilian culture. Explore the historic sites, taste the local flavors, dance to the sound of the drums and let yourself be enveloped by the infectious energy of this unique destination.

  • Lençóis Maranhenses, dune paradise

    Lençóis Maranhenses , a true dune paradise located in the Brazilian state of Maranhão, offers you an extraordinary travel experience. These vast stretches of white sand, punctuated by crystal-blue lagoons, create a picture unlike any other in the world.
    The gateway to this extraordinary expanse is the village of Barreirinhas. From here, embark on a 4×4 adventure through the majestic dunes. You’ll be transported from one landscape to another, between rolling sand hills and peaceful lagoons. Don’t miss the famous Lagoa Azul (Blue Lagoon) and Lagoa Bonita (Beautiful Lagoon), where you can swim and refresh yourself while admiring the natural beauty that surrounds you. Another place to visit is the village of Atins, located close to the dunes. It’s the ideal starting point for exploring the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park on foot.

  • Mangue Seco.

    Located on the border with the state of Sergipe, the village of Mangue Seco is a rare gem that attracts travelers in search of authenticity. The first thing that strikes you on arrival is the natural beauty that surrounds it. The majestic dunes, sculpted by the winds, stretch as far as the eye can see, creating a striking landscape. The village itself is a haven of peace, untouched by mass tourism, with narrow cobbled streets lining colorful thatched houses.
    The main attraction at Mangue Seco is the buggy ride through the dunes. Experienced drivers will take you on a thrilling adventure through the desert.
    Another special feature of Mangue Seco is its proximity to the Real River. A short boat trip will take you to the mangroves, where you can observe a rich and unspoilt flora and fauna. Finally, Mangue Seco’s beaches are simply sublime. Miles of fine white sand stretch out before you, inviting you to take long walks along the seafront. A word of advice: spend more than a day in this paradise you’ll never want to leave.

  • Itacare

    Get ready for an exhilarating experience surrounded by nature and the spectacular waves of Itacaré, a true tropical paradise. Nestled on the Bahia coast, this charming seaside town offers a mix of pristine beaches, unspoilt rainforests and a lively surf scene.
    Surfing fans flock to the famous Praia da Tiririca. This magnificent beach is a surfer’s paradise, with its powerful waves and laid-back atmosphere.
    For a natural getaway, explore the Reserva da Sapiranga, a preserved ecological reserve home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. And don’t miss Itacarezinho beach, a real hidden gem. This secluded beach offers breathtaking scenery.
    In the evening, immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Rua Pituba, Itacaré’s main street. Here you’ll find a multitude of bars, restaurants and entertainment venues, where you can enjoy live music, dance and meet travelers from all over the world.

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