The Bahia Recncavo is a region renowned for its history of struggles for the independence of Brazil, reflects the colonial Portuguese heritage, together with the rich African legacy, reflected in the faces of its inhabitants, its intellectual, religious and cultural traditions, and in the of his people.
The itinerary begins in Santo Amaro, a city whose economy was driven mainly by the sugar cane plantation and enslaved labor. We will walk in the middle of the public fair and its secular houses. Then we will go through sugar cane, manioc and tobacco farms, towards the Quilombo Kaonge, then we will have a great opportunity to experience their daily lives and share their wisdom and tastes.
In order not to escape from the experience we will have a small talk with the Gri of the community, then we will put our hands to practice and we will learn the process of making flour and oil palm oil, after lunch.
In the afternoon we will continue to the most important city of the Recncavo region, Cachoeira-Ba, colonial city registered by IPHAN
We will cross the Paraguau River on a bridge built by the English in 1830 towards the Danneman cigar factory and shortly after returning to The hotel.