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Salvador De Bahia-4Days

DAY 1 - Arrive Salavador De Bahia

Arrival transfer from the airport to the hotel. Overnight at hotel of choice.

Bahia Othon Palace Hotel or Similar -

DAY 2 - Salvador

Breakfast at the hotel. This morning depart on a half day Historical City Tour (upper city) Duration: 4 hrs. We start in the modern suburb of Barra at the mouth of the Bay with it's famous lighthouse and make our way slowly by car or coach to the old historical section of town, the Pelourinho area with the largest and best preserved complex of colonial architecture in the America's. We stroll through the narrow, bustling streets lined with buildings in pastel shades of an age gone by, soaking in the sights and sounds of this vibrant city. We visit the church of São Francisco with its exuberant gold-leafed Baroque interior and the Pelourinho square, the heart of the old town. We return to our vehicle and hotel by an alternative route. This tour shows two distinct aspects of Salvador, the new and the old, concentrating on the early expansion of the city and is a very good orientation for those wishing to further explore the city. 
Afternoon at leisure. 
This evening is a showcase of the multiple African traditions still so much alive in Bahia. Hotel pick up and drive to one of Salvador?s leading churrascarias, an all-you-can-eat barbeque restaurant with an extensive salad and sushi buffet, as well as buffet of hot seafood dishes, and of course the traditional meat rodizio where waiters serve a wide variety of meat cuts on skewers at the table. 
After dinner the evening?s entertainment begins with the sacred dances of the Candomblé, then puxada de rede in honor of Yemanjá, the goddess of the sea, followed maculelê, an acrobatic stick and sword dance from the cane fields. The highlight of the show is an exhilarating display of capoeira, the stunning martial art/dance of Angolan origin. The show ends with the samba de roda, a spinning, swirling version of this exuberant national dance. Overnight at hotel.

Bahia Othon Palace Hotel or Similar - B

DAY 3 - Salvador

Breakfast at the hotel. Day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Bahia Othon Palace Hotel or Similar - B

DAY 4 - Depart Salvador

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out of the hotel and you are transferred to the airport to board your onward flight.B





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* Accommodations in a Standard Room and breakfast throughout (unless otherwise stated on the itinerary) and including local tax and service charge.
* Meals as per itinerary. (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner) Daily Breakfast
* All transfers to and from airports.
* Baggage handling at airports and hotels
* Local Entrance Fees and permits where required.
* Half day city tour 
* Contact information, services and assistance of a representatives in each of the countries you visit

* Airline tickets unless specified as included.
* Airport departure taxes 
* Admissions to churches or Museums 
* Excess baggage charges 
* Expenses of personal nature such as phone calls, laundry, bottled water, etc.
* Meals other than specified and tips to tour guides, drivers and bell boys
* Services not listed in the itinerary

HOTELS USED (or Similar):
Salvador De Bahia: Bahia Othon Palace: First

* Rates are not valid on local Holidays and Convention dates


3351 Markham Rd Unit 137a, Scarborough, Canada



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