Bahia, Brazil

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** BAHIA, BRAZIL **

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  1. AllCheckedIn
    AllCheckedIn
    24 Mar 2020
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    Itacare, Brazil – up north in Brazil’s Bahia state.

    Itacare is just south of Salvador and can be accessed by boat and bus (combined) from Salvador. The small fishing town is also know for yoga, surfing and beautiful beaches. Compared to the rest of Brazil, Itacare was calm and relaxing. Less hustle and bustle and less western tourists too. This was in 2014, so things may have shifted a little, but i found their to be a lot of friendly locals, great food spots and a less touristy vibe. The coast is lined with about 5 beautiful beaches (all walking distance to each other) and another one that can be accessed via a 40 minute- hour hike; crossing a stream, small waterfall and jungle like pathways, up and down; until you reach a breath-taking opening onto an isolated beach.

    Itacare is great for relaxation and down time. I had already been travelling for 7 weeks, so it was a well welcomed holiday within a holiday.

    If you want to take up a few daily activities you can purchase a set of yoga classes or surfing classes.

    Since i was young and travelling i stayed in a hostel but there were also a number of cute family run hotels and I am sure now, a selection of Air BnBs.

    Food was delicious with plenty of local spots to dine at for reasonable prices.

    Itacare is one of my favourite places in the world and I cannot wait to go back one day

  2. gfred614
    02 Jun 2019
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    The Belmond Catarats is located in the National Parc and this is only one reason why you should stay there. Don’t care about the opening hours of the park. You can go every time you like to the falls. The rooms, the service, the restaurant and the pool was perfect. We had five great days in this hotel and we won’t miss any of these days.

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    Tia_Chante
    14 Apr 2019
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    The people, the food, the beaches, amazing ! I’m definitely glad we traveled outside of Rio. This city is a gem. Getting to Bahia just take a short flight from Rio its definitely worth it.

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    24 Mar 2019
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    Caravelas is a small town that is located in the extreme south of Bahia, quiet and very quiet, caravels attracts attention by the rich historical and cultural heritage, it is a great place to relax and to enjoy also, the very simple and welcoming people are also very solicitous in a matter of lodging and to help the next one, in the city also has a great biodiversity, beaches, trails, places for night fun, caravels is a good place to travel! The tip is

    Caravelas é uma pequena cidade que é localizada no extremo sul da Bahia, pacata e bem tranquila, caravelas chama a atenção pelo rico acervo histórico e cultural, é um ótimo lugar pra relaxar e pra curtir também, o povo muito o simples e acolhedor também é muito solicito em questão de hospedagem e de ajudar o próximo, na cidade também tem uma grande biodiversidade, praias, trilhas, lugares pra divertimento noturno, caravelas é um bom lugar pra viajar! Fica a dica

  5. Joao_Citounadin
    26 Feb 2018
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    Lençois is a small city of Bahia in Brazil. This is a city where you mainly stay to visit the “Chapada do diamantina” (Place full of rivers, waterfall and treks). If you love adventure then Lençois is the city for you and it also good solo travelers or groups. I recommend spending at least 2-3 days here. I stayed at Hostel Pousada Diamantina. I had great food at Cafe do Mato and liked to hang out at a bar called Fazendinha.

    Vale do campão is another small city in Bahia, Brazil. I stayed at a hostel called Casa dos Gatos. It was typical as far as hostels go. I ate at a lot of different places but they were so local they do not have names lol. The culture of this city is very chill (underground, boheme). Be sure to visit the Fumaça and Riachinho waterfalls as an excursion. Also, just so you know there is very limited nightlife with just local and simple bars. (Nothing to satisfy a clubber).

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