Enjoy a day trip from Salvador to Morro de Sao Paulo, one of the most famous landscapes of Bahia. Known for its charming beauty and infrastructure, this village attracts people from all over the world. A great way to escape urban Salvador and enjoy the natural beauty Brazil has to offer!
Escape on a relaxing day trip to Baia Formosa for a day of relaxation, peace and natural beauty. Located just a scenic 60 mile (100km) drive from Natal, Baia Formosa (Beautiful Bay) is home to a quiet fishing village, various beaches and a preserved forest rich in flora and fauna. Great for nature enthusiasts and those looking for a peaceful day on their vacation!
See the Sanctuary and Iracema waterfalls on this day trip to the area surrounding Presidente Figueiredo, a small town north of Manaus. Enjoy the beauty of the Amazon Rainforest on the drive, and learn about the native wildlife and plants from your local guide as you admire the waterfalls and explore the area around the Urubui River. You??ll also enjoy a Brazilian lunch at a local restaurant. This full-day tour is a great way to see the natural beauty surrounding Manaus!
Enjoy a full and varied day trip by exploring Ba??a de Todos os Santos. You’ll have the opportunity to swim, snorkel, relax and catch some rays while bathing in the warm waters around the Ilha dos Frades and Itaparica. A family friendly adventure from Salvador in the exotic wilderness of Brazil!
On this exciting full-day tour from Manaus, cruise down the Rio Negro to the Meeting of the Waters, the location where the Negro meets the Amazon River. Be awed by this natural phenomenon, where the Negro??s black waters and the Amazon??s muddy waters flow separately for a few miles. You??ll then stop at an ecological park to see the Amazon??s famous Victoria regia water plant; have lunch on a floating river restaurant; and take a motorized canoe through the small creeks of the Rio Negro.
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.
Considered to be one of Brazil’s ten most beautiful beaches, Pipa boasts stunning scenery and nature. Home to a portion of the Atlantic Rainforest and cliffs overlooking a chain of coves, Pipa has always attracted visitors from all over the world. Included is a stop at the beach of Cacimbinhas and the village of Pipa with free time for shopping and swimming. This natural scenery is a must see when visiting Natal!