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Why Visit Brazil?

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 ...

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Why Visit Itacaré?

Itacaré was once a haunt for cocoa farmers. It went into oblivion in the 60's when a relentless plague led to the decay of the farms. It was only rediscovered 40 years later, with the inauguration of a new road. The tarmac has replaced the precarious dirt road, hitherto seen only by surfers that in the 70’s paved and maintained the anonymity of the abandoned piece of paradise.With the easy ...

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Why Visit Boipeba & Moreré?

‘Morere’ is a small fishing village that is part of the ‘Boipeba’ island, a few hours from Salvador, traveling by car, with a boat crossing, or in small airplanes. The main destination of this island is actually the Old Boipeba, where most of the restaurants, hotels and residents are located. Alongside Morro de São Paulo, it is part of the ‘Tinharé’ archipelago, in the ‘Dende’ ...

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Why Visit Salvador de Bahía?

The mixture of races, cultures and beliefs, which received generous doses of joy and syncretism, gave Salvador a single trait that attracts Brazilians and foreigners all year. It is in the summer, however, that the capital of Bahia gets even brighter, with festivals which draw crowds behind religious images and of course, the electric ‘trios’ (big car sounds). From December until Carnival, ...

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Why Visit Morro de São Paulo, Bahia, Brazil?

The cosmopolitan Morro de São Paulo is located on Tinharé Island, 248 km away from Salvador. Morro is one of the most coveted destinations of Costa do Dendê, which has environmental units with great ecological value and high degree of biodiversity, environmental quality of ecosystems and strong cultural traditions. The breath-taking scenery of Morro de São Paulo is inhabited by a rich and ...

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