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Panoramic San Salvador Tour

Duration: 4 Hours
Overview: You'll be captivated by Salvador's extraordinary architectural heritage and history. Salvador da Bahia, known as the "Happy City", is considered the cultural capital of Brazil. Begin at the Dique do Tororó to see the Orixás sculptures created by the Bahian artist Tati Moreno and also see the popular Fonte Nova football stadium here. Continue to the Lower City, and visit the famous Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, an 18th century Catholic church. The Forte de Mont Serrat, one of the best examples of military primitive architecture in Brazil, provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Stop at the Mercado Modelo craft market and shop for souvenirs. End with a visit to the Lacerda Elevator, built to connect the lower Financial Center of Salvador with the port and market.

Salvador da Bahia by Night

Duration: 4 Hours
Overview: Experience the city by night! See an authentic Afro-Brazilian culture show, enjoy a delicious dinner and be amazed at traditional forms of Capoeira - the fight, the game and the dance! A night of magic, mystery and fun is all displayed through an authentic folkloric show. By encompassing dance, music and theatrics, this show portrays the complete history of the Afro-Brazilian culture. The tour includes your transport, a bilingual guide and an international or typical Brazilian dinner.

Schooner Tour to Ilha dos Frades & Itaparica from Salvador

Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: This schooner trip to the islands of Baía de Todos os Santos ("All Saints' Bay") includes music, bar service and an experienced guide. At your first stop, enjoy a refreshing swim in the warm and crystal clear waters around the Ilha dos Frades. This small, primitive island offers lush tropical vegetation and beautiful beaches. Then go diving at Itaparica, the most famous island in the bay, with beaches and calm tide pools. You can also hike the trails or ride horses and enjoy other leisurely activities.

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