Of continental extension, Brazil reserves surprises at every destination. Tourists can enjoy the mountain climate and mountainous areas, beautiful waterfalls, rivers, beaches, plateaus, forests, among other wonders, and delight with every dish, every culture, every landscape.The diversity is also present in the wealth of habits, accents, religions and traditions. There are many nations within a single country. Indian influences, African, European, Asian, American and many others are present in the daily life of the Brazilian people. In some destinations this influence is so entrenched that we seem to be in other parts of the world. Only in Brazil is so much diverse.From North to South, you can find diverse landscapes and taste the most exotic ingredients, but what is common throughout the country is the friendliness of the Brazilian people. The enthusiasm with which foreign tourists reported the hospitality and the Brazilian joy recurs. The catchy and cheerful way to welcome its visitors with open arms is a major national attraction.
One of the most typical tourist destinations in Brazil is Bahia. As many tourists have found out, Bahia is not only Salvador, Porto Seguro and Carnival. The state has a number of options for those who want to rest in the beautiful beach destinations and what's best: at any time of the year, as the constant good weather makes it possible to enjoy everything from ecotourism to adventure and water sports.
Bahia is just two a 2 hours flight from major Brazilian cities, and less than 8 hours flight from Lisbon, which has connection to all of Europe! There are over 900 km of beaches, of which 75km are located in the city of Salvador.The capital of Bahia, Salvador, receives 3 million tourists a year, nearly the size of its population - only during Carnival, 550,000 tourists arrive in the city, most of them to squeeze day and night behind the electric trios (sound cars), a legitimate Bahia invention.
Spend a few days over there enjoying the warmth and joy of its local people, you are also entitled to the bustle of neighbourhoods such as Rio Vermelho and historical tours of Brazil, especially in the Pelourinho area, with its studios, mansions and churches of the 18th century.So, if you go to Bahia for the obvious reasons - beach, heat and party – you will not be disappointed, of course. There are 1200 km of coastline and nearly 300 beaches: to party or for those who want peace and quiet, with resorts to distract the children or charming inns where the calmness and silence prevail.In the south of Salvador, there is the ‘Costa do Dendê’, as it is called the region of the Itaparica island, Morro de São Paulo and increasingly famous Boipeba island, which vies for attention with kilometers of sand and almost wild beaches.