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Day Tours at Morro de Sao Paulo

 
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On this tour we're gonna meet some of the Tinharé and Boipeba islands' most beautiful beaches. We'll do it by boat, relaxing on the beaches and tasting its main local products.

 

The tour will start at you hotel at  09:00 am where our tour leader will be waiting for you. After that we will walk about 20 minutes to get to the boat that will be our primary mean of transportation thorough our trip.

 

The first stop will be Garapuá beach that will amaze visitors with its natural pools that are ideal to practice snorkel and colorful fish watching that live in this place (these activities depend on the weather for an optimal visibility). Besides, the beach offers us the typical landscape filled with palm threes where the locals sell the famous “cocada” a typical sweet made of coconut. We will stay here around 50 minutes enjoying one of Tinharé's most beautiful landscapes.

 

We'll encounter a similar sea line on our next stop: Moreré beach. This place has stayed away from tourist and urban development that both Morro de Sao Paulo and Boipeba have had. You can only get there via boats or tractors that leave from Boipeba. Its natural pools also offer us 50 minutes of enjoyment and fish watching.

 

Then we'll go to Cueira Beach. Here we'll be able to enjoy the cuisine that local fishermen offer us with lobster as the main attraction.

 

The next destination is Boca da Barra beach in Boipeba we can get there by 2 different ways: by sea using our boat or making a small 20 minutes walking down the island vegetation and through Tassimirim beach. Once we are in Boca da Barra we will eat some typical local dish based on fish and seafood. The gentle breeze of this place will give us some time to digest our lunch.

 

At about 14:30 we will continue our tour sailing on Rio do Inferno, a water passage that divides the Tinharé and Boipeba islands and we'll head towards Cairu, the administrative city of Tinharé archipelago, to visit the Santo Antonio convent, historic heritage from Brazil colonial times.

 

Then on our way to Morro de Sao Paulo we will stop at  Canavieira's natural oyster breeder, where you can taste their various dishes besides taking one last bath.

 

The return to the hotel will be around 17:30 with the option to stop at Morro de Sao Paulo fort to delight us with a beautiful sunset.

 

 

Requirements

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimsuit

  • Cash for food.

 

Included

  • Tour Leader

  • Boat transport

  • Local guide

  • Snorkel for diving

 

Not included

  • Lunch, cocadas, lobsters and oysters

  • Tips

 

Itinerary

09:00 Pick up at hotel
17:30 Drop off at hotel.

 

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Get to know the history of one of Brazil's oldest towns. Since its beginnings, being an island with dirt roads until today as one of Brazil's main tourist destinations. We'll get to know its attractions and its many beaches and special places.

 

We will also have the option to slide down one of the largest zip lines throughout Brazil from a lighthouse with 340 meters away and 60 meters high landing on the sea.

 

You can learn how people live in this increasingly cosmopolitan town.

 

Then we will have lunch or dinner (depending on the time) at a local restaurant.

 

We will visit:


La Fuente Grande, one of Brazil's oldest buildings.


Aureliano Lima Square: Morro's most important meeting point of art and culture. By nightfall the local craftsmen display their art and also the main stage has sporadic shows.

 

Church of Our Lady of the Light, which dates from 1628.


Port of Morro de Sao Paulo, which receives tourists from around the world daily.

 

Colonial fort, with stories of the Portuguese and Dutch.

 

Morro lighthouse, which at the time was the most modern of the Brazilian coast.


Lighthouse view, one of the most beautiful postcard views in the island.

 

First beach where the zip line arrives and it is also the scene of surfers and water sports lovers.

 

Second beach, with its dozens of bars with live music in addition to its cuisine.

 

Saudade Island, a point of tranquility so close and at the same time so far away from everything.


Third beach with its boardwalk, airport and top quality resorts.


Fourth beach, the quieter beach of Morro de Sao Paulo with its temperate natural pools that face east remembering Bahía's African past.

 

 

Requirements

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimsuit (for those who wanna zip line)

  • Money for lunch or dinner.

 

 

Included

  • Local guide

  • Zip line (for those who want this option)

 

Not included

  • Lunch or dinner

  • Tips

 

Itinerary
AM
09:00 Pick up at hotel
14:00 Drop off at hotel
PM
15:00 Pick up at hotel
20:00 Drop off at hotel

 

 

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Gamboa is a fishing village that despite Tinhare' island tourism growth, remains calm and its inhabitants keep their customs.

 

We will start this tour at your hotel where our Tour Leader will be waiting for you. Then we'll walk to third beach where we'll board one of the typical boats coloring Morro's coastline. Here we will begin our journey to Gamboa, getting to know a little about Morro's history when sailing in front of second and first beach, the fort, an abandoned dock, and “puntilla” area, until we reach our first destination, Gamboa's clay bank. Here we will give ourselves the time to take a clay bath and to drink the water that flows from this place (optional), which one, for the locals, is the best water in the area.

 

Then we'll go back to our boat to go to the sandbar located midway between Gamboa and Valenca. This place has the peculiarity that after a movie was filmed there, it began to sprout vegetation that year after year continues to grow. It is a quiet place away from the world in which we'll walk and relax.

 

Then we'll go to see the coast of Punta de Corral, the place that received Brazil's first cattle and it is currently privately own which keeps the place quiet and free of tourism.

 

At this time we will probably be quite hungry so we'll head towards Gamboa's main dock to eat the exquisite typical Bahian food while we enjoy the seashore. Consistent of moquecas, octopus, shrimp and different fish.

 

After lunch we will return to Morro de Sao Paulo to go down to the main pier of this village where our guide will accompany you to your hotel or to the place where you wish to finish the tour.

 

 

Requirements

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimsuit

  • Money for lunch.

 

Included

  • Tour Leader

  • Boat transport

  • Local guide

 

Not included

  • Lunch

  • Tips

 

 

Itinerary
10:30 Pick up at hotel
16:00 Drop off at hotel

 

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Enjoy nature and its gifts. Morro/Gamboa hike offers a mix of mountains, beaches, waterfalls, mud baths and baths at the sea, getting to know Morro de Sao Paulo corners and enjoying Gamboa fishing culture.

 

Our guide will pick you up at your hotel to start the circuit either on the morning (am) or on the afternoon (pm). The circuit is as follows:

 

We will take the road that goes by Fuente Grande and continue through different Morro's neighborhoods getting to the road that leads to the "Fonte do Céu" waterfall. Before leaving Morro's last houses we will be able to appreciate beautiful views of the continent, appreciating the calm waters on that side of the island.

 

Once out of Morro we will reach part of the APA (area of environmental protection of the Tinharé and Boipeba islands) which houses species native to the place. We will walk up to the Fonte Do Céu where we'll take a revitalizing fresh water bath and we'll spend some time listening to the water and looking at the place's biodiversity.

 

When we'll got our strength back we'll continue along the road to Gamboa's northern region, where we'll found some rest bars, inns and houses. Here we will be able to eat or drink something, for those who want to, and then we'll head towards mud beach. This mud is well known for its beneficial properties for the skin. Here we'll have a mud bath and we'll also bathe in the calm sea.

 

After that, we will continue on the same beach to a pier known as Madagascar, former Yacht Club. In this road we'll get to know "gamboas" fishing system typical of this area, which gives it the name. After going by Madagascar we'll reach Porto de Cima beach where we will continue until reaching Morro de Sao Paulo entry.

 

Our guide will leave you at the hotel or wherever you wish.

 

We can only walk along the beach road when there's low tide, so the circuit might be done in the opposite direction depending on this.

 

 

Requirements

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimsuit

 

Included

  • Tour Leader

  • Local guide

 

Not included

  • Food and drinks

  • Tips

 

Itinerary
A.M
08:00 Pick up at hotel
13:00 Drop off at hotel
P.M
14:00 Pick up at hotel
18:00 Drop off at hotel

 

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