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Salvador: Morro de São Paulo Island Transfer Service

1. Salvador: Morro de São Paulo Island Transfer Service

Make the most of your trip to Morro de São Paulo Island and avoid the stress of planning your travel to or from Salvador. With your pre-booked transfer service, enjoy pickup from your Salvador hotel or the airport, then sit back and relax as your driver does all the work. After pickup from Salvador before 1:15PM, enjoy a ride in a comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle to the maritime terminal. From here, board a shared boat that takes you over to Itaparica Island. Once there, relax during the 2-hour car drive to Valença city followed by a 15-minute shared speedboat ride to Morro de São Paulo Island. The return journey takes the same route back.

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Salvador: City Highlights Private Tour

2. Salvador: City Highlights Private Tour

Choose from 5 different itineraries to best fit your time in Salvador and your preferences. Explore the city's highlights on a private tour with an expert guide and learn about the historical background of the city. • 4-Hour Cidade Baixa - Salvador Outskirts Tour Visit the lower city of Salvador and get to know the coastal area of Baía de Todos os Santos. Go to Dique do Tororó and enjoy a panoramic view of the Arena Fonte Nova football stadium. Next, see the beaches of Ribeira and the Itapagipe Peninsula and visit a tile-painting workshop. Taste a tropical ice cream at the traditional Sorveteria da Ribeira and head to the famous Senhor do Bonfim Church. Get a beautiful view of Montserrat Fortress and end your tour visiting Mercado Modelo, a major landmark of colonial Brazil where you can find a wide variety of vendors selling art and handicrafts. • 4-Hour Old Salvador with Pelourinho Tour Learn about the rich history of Salvador by starting your tour at Santo Antonio da Barra Fortress and Lighthouse. Then, visit the monument to Brazilian Independence, and walk the UNESCO-inscribed Historic Center of San Salvador de Bahia, also known as "Pelourinho.” Visit the Jesuit Basilica Cathedral and the Church of St. Francis of Assis, two of the most extraordinary religious buildings in Brazil. • 6-Hour Salvador Essentials Tour with Local Snack Make the most of your time and see the main sights in the city in this combo tour of the Cidade Baixa – Salvador Outskirts and Old Salvador with Pelourinho tours. Have a quick stop to try a crepioca (included) and taste a unique flavor of Bahian gastronomy. • 7-Hour Old Salvador with Pelourinho Tour & Salvador Beaches Live Salvador at its best and combine history with beach relaxation. This tour combines the Old Salvador with Pelourinho tour with some time to enjoy Praia do Flamengo and Stella Maris, two of the best beaches in Salvador. Lunch is not included. • 8-Hour Salvador Essentials Tour with Regional Lunch  Take the complete tour of Salvador combining the Cidade Baixa – Salvador Outskirts and Old Salvador with Pelourinho tours at a more relaxed pace with a stop for a traditional Bahian lunch (included).

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From Salvador: Praia do Forte & Guarajuba Beach Daytrip

3. From Salvador: Praia do Forte & Guarajuba Beach Daytrip

Your full-day tour of the north coast of Bahia begins with a visit to the urban beaches of Salvador. Continue along the picturesque Coconut Road to the Forte Beach, located at the edge of the Sapiranga sustainable rainforest conservation site. In addition to admiring beautiful beaches, natural pools and a charming fishing village by the sea, you’ll visit the turtle sanctuary and learn about marine conservation projects. See artwork and handicrafts produced in the region as well. Enjoy a break for lunch by the beach at Guarajuba, known for its coconut palms and inviting crystal-clear waters.

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Salavador, Brazil: Private Airport Transfer From/To Hotel

4. Salavador, Brazil: Private Airport Transfer From/To Hotel

Enjoy a hassle-free arrival in Salvador with this private transfer service from the airport in a 2019 vehicle. Relax on the journey to your hotel or private residence in the city of Salvador. Start your trip off with this safe and efficient transfer service.   Your driver will be waiting for you at the airport with a sign that will have your name on it. Vehicle transfers are available daily from the Salvador-Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport in Salvador da Bahia to all hotels in the city of Salvador. The transfers are safe, punctual and comfortable. You will need to provide the details of your flight and your city hotel or address. Your transfer will be confirmed promptly and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Enjoy your vacation and get off to a great start. 

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Transfer: Salvador to/from Praia do Forte/Guarajuba

5. Transfer: Salvador to/from Praia do Forte/Guarajuba

Enjoy a hassle-free departure with this private 1-way transfer service between Praia do Forte or Guarajuba and the SSA-Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport or your hotel in Salvador, Bahia. Relax on the journey from your hotel or private residence and finish your trip with a safe and efficient transfer service. Your driver will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby or the airport arrival hall with a sign that will have your name on it. Vehicle transfers are available daily from Praia do Forte or Guarajuba to/from Salvador Airport and hotels. The transfers are safe, punctual, and comfortable. Your transfer will be confirmed promptly and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

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Salvador: Baiana Cooking Class with Market Visit & Lunch

6. Salvador: Baiana Cooking Class with Market Visit & Lunch

Experience the exotic flavors and aromas of Salvador (São Salvador da Bahia), and learn about the African, Portuguese and indigenous legacies of its cuisine. Meet a family from the community and learn how to prepare and cook some Afro-Brazilian food. Follow an itinerary carefully crafted to provide the best flavors for your palate at a cooking class run in accordance with traditions and religious customs. Chat with the family as you prepare your own lunch!  Start with a visit to a seafood market, and learn about the best fish to use for different types of recipe. Prepare to cook a fish stew known as "moqueca" (a typical Afro-Brazilian local dish). Pick up some vegetables at another food market, along with some tropical fruit that you will use to make a caipirinha (Brazil's national cocktail). Next, prepare the delicacies in a popular neighborhood, guided by your host family. Discover how to prepare the dishes according to Afro-Brazilian traditions, and savor the flavors of the African Diaspora. As their ancestors would say: "ajeum" ("eating is sacred").

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Salvador to or from Costa do Sauípe or Imbassaí Transfer

7. Salvador to or from Costa do Sauípe or Imbassaí Transfer

Enjoy a hassle-free transfer between Costa Do Sauípe or Imbassaí and Salvador hotels or airport. Relax on the journey to the airport, your hotel, or private residence. Your driver will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby or airport arrival hall with a sign that will have your name on it.  The transfers are safe, punctual and comfortable. You will need to provide the details of your flight and your hotel or address. Your transfer will be confirmed promptly and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

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Salvador: Round-Trip Airport Transfer (SSA) and City Tour

8. Salvador: Round-Trip Airport Transfer (SSA) and City Tour

Conveniently book a round-trip airport transfer in Salvador and a guided city tour in one. Get picked up at Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport (SSA), dropped off at your hotel in Salvador, and driven back to the airport at the end of your stay. On the day of travel, you’ll be met at the airport and taken in a shared shuttle directly to your hotel. Relax knowing that your transportation and a day of exploring are already taken care of. Once in the city, enjoy a guided tour of Salvador, home to beautiful Baroque-style architecture. Get picked up from your hotel, then head first to Santo Antonio da Barra Fort, built in 1536 to protect the Bay of All Saints. Then, visit São Diogo Fort, where you’ll have incredible views of All Saints’ Bay. Pass the Corridor of Vitoria, Largo do Campo Grande, and Avendia Sete de Setembro (September Seven Avenue). Among other city highlights, you’ll stop at Municipal Square, Sé Square, the Archbishop’s Palace, and some beautiful Baroque-style churches and convents. On the day of your departure, get taken back to the airport for your flight.

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From Salvador: Quilombo Heritage Daytrip with Lunch

9. From Salvador: Quilombo Heritage Daytrip with Lunch

The Bahia Recôncavo is a region renowned for its history of struggle for the independence of Brazil. It reflects the colonial Portuguese heritage, together with the rich African legacy, reflected in the faces of its inhabitants and its religious and cultural traditions. The itinerary begins in Santo Amaro, a city whose economy was driven mainly by the sugar cane plantation and enslaved labor. Walk in the middle of the public fair and its secular houses. Then go through sugar cane, manioc and tobacco farms, towards the Quilombo Kaonge, where you will have a great opportunity to experience their daily lives and share their wisdom and tastes. Take time to talk with the griô (elder) of the community, then put your hands to practice and learn the process of making flour and oil palm oil, after lunch. In the afternoon, continue to the most important city of the Recôncavo region, Cachoeira-Ba, colonial city. Cross the Paraguaçu River on a bridge built by the English in 1830 towards the Danneman cigar factory and shortly after return to the hotel.

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Salvador: 4-Hour Museums Guided Tour

10. Salvador: 4-Hour Museums Guided Tour

Salvador, the first capital of the country which safeguards its history, not only in the streets, alleys, or on its citizens' faces and attires; this rich history is also preserved in various museums that narrate the trajectory of several peoples and their ancestral traditions, and how those overlapped and intertwined over the centuries. In this tour, you will visit the indigenous and Afro-Brazilian museums, aiming to acquire a better understanding of the legacy of several peoples in the formation of the Brazilian social fabric, as well as comprehend the process of European colonization and expansion. You will see works of art that are reminiscent of the enslavement of indigenous and African peoples, and historical records that represent the resilience their resilience, as well as their cultural and religious traditions. The tour will precede to the museum of sacred art in 19th century convent of Carmelite order, where you will appreciate Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical artwork. This museum collects works of sacred art that reflect the power of the Catholic faith in the new world. The 3rd collection in this itinerary is the Carlos Costa Pinto Museum, named after the private collector of works of art dating from the 16th century to the 19th century. The collection ranges from pieces of gold and silver, paintings, furniture in rosewood, among others. This special historical circuit has been developed to contemplate those customers who desire to appreciate the artwork produced in different historical cycles of colonial Brazil. You will have the privilege of embark upon an experience across time and space.

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What people are saying about Salvador, Brazil

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4.7 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Great tour, and above all our guide Vincent !! He explained a lot about history to us and has great background knowledge. Absolutely to be recommended! We had booked the 6 hour tour.

Excellent and reliable transfer. They picked me up at my hotel in Salvador. It was a great way, stress-free, to get to Morro de São Paulo. I definitely recommend them. Thank you

Very informative and entertaining city tour. The guide was historically very fit and showed us the highlights of Salvador. We can only recommend it!

Great service! Picked me up at the airport on time and took me to my hotel in Salvador. Very polite and friendly driver. Thank you

It was amazing tour, the tour guide was professional, spoke perfect english. I would recommend it.