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Rio in Tours in Pelourinho

Founded in 1549 as the first capital of Brazil, the city of Salvador is currently the largest city in population in the Brazilian Northeast and one of the main cultural centers in the country.

Known as Recôncavo Baiano, it is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of All Saints.

Its islands are quiet and with beautiful beaches, are a short distance and are bathed by the Bay of All Saints.

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See & Do It All In 4 Days

The state has a high tourist potential, through its coast (the largest in Brazil), Chapada Diamantina, Recôncavo and other natural beauties of historical and cultural value.

The Recôncavo region is considered to be very rich in oil. Sugarcane, cassava and tobacco, tropical fruits are suitable for planting.

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trip planning

without stress, comfort and safety

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Salvador is a city rich in history, with beautiful colonial buildings

arrival & departure transfer

Half-day panoramic tour

Full day Praia do Forte

Mini cruise Frades Islands and Itaparica

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Be open to understanding and respecting all cultural and religious differences.Trying the delicious moqueca is a mandatory dish in the rich Bahian cuisine.Gifts are welcome, but DO NOT accept anything that street vendors offer, everything has a cost.Always hire tours and transfers, the airport is very far away, and your safety deserves a lot of attention.


Dry meat, mush, porridge, couscous, cakes and assorted sweets of all types of fruit set the tone for the country's hearty table. Bahia is a feast of colors and flavors. In addition to the ancient recipes of indigenous tribes and the improvised rusticity in the slave quarters of African slaves, there was added the finesse and refinement of Portuguese royal cuisine.


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Watch out for the pepper!
It combines very well with Bahian cuisine, but you have to know how to dose.

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