Tropical Island Boat Trip to Itaparica and Frades

Outdoor Activities in Pau

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Discover the sights of Salvador from a unique viewpoint out in the Atlantic water on this 8-hour sailboat cruise over the calm waters of All Saints Bay (Baía de Todos os Santos).  We'll be sailing between the Old Fortress os São Marcelo and have great and stunning view from the upper and lower cities.
The Bay of All Saints is the second largest bay in the world (after the Bay of Bengal) and the largest in Brazil, a region that was called by the Tupinambás indigenous group Kirimurê, which means "great inland sea." Once it was mapped by Portuguese in the Catholic holiday of All Saints Day, it also named the captaincy, then the province and also then the state of Bahia. Formed by a coastal boundary of 300 km, it was the epicenter of the Portuguese colonial civilization in the Americas.In this itinerary, during the schooner ride, a typical vessel of the region, our client will be delighted in the exuberant beauty of the bay, by the spectacular view of the city of Salvador of Bahia, the nostalgic sound of a samba, and will be inspired by a delicious caipirinha drink with tropical fruit ...The tropical island tour provide many great moments, We will disembark in one of the 56 islands that surround the bay, the island Paradise of Friars which provides us with a beautiful scenery, beaches, lakes, waterfalls, mountains, palm trees, and native trees including Pau-Brazil.You will have a relaxing time by the seashore and sample some snacks and drinks as well. (no included).. Afterwards we return aboard toward the island of Itaparica, the largest island in Brazil, a site rich in history that is preserved both in its architecture and in its religious groups of African origin that add a touch of magic to this picturesque site.On this island, there is a restaurant where all can have lunch (no included) in a restaurant specialized in local cuisine, and spend the afternoon enjoying the natural beauty of the region.

What’s included

  • Local guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
  • Entrance fees (Island environment fees R$ 8,00 per person)
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