Introducing Praia do Forte
Beloved by tourists, upmarket Praia do Forte is an attractive and somewhat ecologically sensitive beach village overflowing with stylish restaurants and shops. The main drag, Alameda do Sol, is a pedestrian walkway that leads to an incredibly picturesque and pint-sized church, a sea-turtle reserve and fantastic, palm-lined beaches with sparkling white sands that fill up on weekends. Surrounding the village are castle ruins, a lagoon for canoeing and the Sapiranga forest reserve, which has hiking and biking trails and a zip line. If you can, time your visit for the full moon and walk along the beach past the resort at sunset, when the sun turns the waters of the Rio Timeantube red as the moon rises over the sea.
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Praia do Forte Day Trip from Salvador
Soak up the beauty and colors of the beautiful Brazilian landscape on this full day trip from Salvador to Praia do Forte. Find out exactly why Praia do Forte has been named the "Brazilian Polynesia". This wonderful tour also includes a visit to Tamar Project, a program dedicated to the continuous conservation of sea turtles.