DMC & Incoming Tour Operator to Brazil and all of South America BIT 25 Years

Praia do Forte

The Coconut Palm Coast boasts 80 km of exquisite shoreline. Crystalline waters bathe sun-drenched beaches and white dunes. The Linha Verde or Green Line, runs along the entire extension of this crystalline rivers and their estuaries, endless dunes, coconut palm groves, lakes, mangroves and tropical fauna and wildlife. 

 

Praia do Forte, just 65 kilometres from Salvador's International Airport, is a must and the point 'chic' for ecological tourism. It's a place that embraces all of the attractions of Bahia's Coconut Palm Coast. There are over 7 miles of beaches -- ideal for the practice of nautical sports -- bounded by dunes, coconut palm groves, natural pools and, even more, home to the historic Garcia D'Avila Castle (1556), the Sapiranga Nature Reserve, the dalles of the Pojuca River and a lively fishermen's village. We also visit the TAMAR Project, the Brazilian sea turtle preservation project. 

 

Arembepe could be a stop, because it was here where during the sixties a hippie commune was developed and visited by international pop stars such as Janis Joplin. Praia da Espera or Hope Beach has worldwide fame as the point of arrival of the navigator Amir Klink after a voyage of 100 days from Africa by paddle! 

 

Lunch is served on the beach, with fabulous Bahian Specialities. The place is very rustique, but clean and when you feet feel the fine sand, you start to ask yourself: Why can't I live in this paradise.

Duration: approximate 8 hours
Departures: daily at 9h00

Observation

1. Beverages are not included. 

2. Rates are per person, valid until December'2010, including air-conditioned transportation, local guide assistance and lunch.