Everyone can marvel at Morro de So Paulo. Morro is the face of Brazil. The world has already fell in love for the island, probably because of the fact to walk in the streets with no cars and where you can listen to the different accents of Spanish, English, Hebrew, German, Finnish, Japanese, Portuguese, baians. Everyone has their space.
Morro de So Paulo is one of the most talked about destinations in Brazil and no wonder why . Its sandy streets give a preview of the simple lifestyle of the natives, and upon arrival we surrender to the local climate. Taxi to take the bags? There yes, but are wheelbarrows that follow always full of bags. Wear light clothes and slippers on his feet, and enjoy a walk in the breeze coming from the sea, it is the best option.
The six thousand inhabitants of the region live mainly of tourism. Visitors come from all the worlds places in search of sun, people, contact with nature and adventure. And the island has it all! The farther from the center, are becoming more deserted beaches and the closer the greater where is all the buzz of people and restaurants. In Morro, it is still possible to go diving, hiking, do water sports or go down the longest zip line in Brazil.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Salvador in an air-conditioned vehicle for your Tour by your English-speaking guide.Your journey to Sao Joaquim will take around 3 hours.
To reach Morro de So Paulo, youll need to take a 40 minutes ferry ride from So Joaquim, and a one hour bus ride to Valena where you will board a speedboat for 15 minutes for the journey to this paradise that attracts thousands of people from all over the world each year. This special community is located on the island of Tinhar, in the Bay of Camamu. Here, youll find gorgeous beaches, crystal-clear waters and living tide pools. Upon reaching Morro de So Paulo, youll visit splendid beaches with perfect bathing conditions as well as diving, walking trails and excellent facilities (payable direct). Youll have approximately 4/5 hours to spend on the island.
There are many restaurants on the island offering a la carte service where you may take lunch (payable direct).
Youll be taken back to your hotel in Salvador, where your tour concludes