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  • Salvador: African Heritage & Acarajé Tasting 4-Hour Tour

    1. Salvador: African Heritage & Acarajé Tasting 4-Hour Tour

    Salvador, the first capital of Brazil, has maintained the evidence of its African heritage, introduced by the transatlantic slave trade from Africa to Brazil. During the Portuguese colonization, the Bay of All Saints was of fundamental importance as the main export site in the Southern Hemisphere, from which products such as Brazilian sugar and Bolivian silver were shipped to Europe. On this 4-hour tour you’ll learn about the transatlantic slave trade and its legacy by visiting key historical sites in the city of Salvador. The tour begins at the Fort and Barra Lighthouse at the port of arrival for enslaved Africans. Continue to the Tororó dike and see the monument dedicated to the legacy of African religious heritage and the worship of Orixas. The next sites you’ll visit are located in the Cidade Baixa (lower city), where you’ll take in important historic locations marking the presen...

    great tour and great insights on the afro culture because of the carnival the museum was closed but the tour operator gave us a guide for another tour day to visit the museum

  • Salvador by Night: Cultural Dinner and Show

    2. Salvador by Night: Cultural Dinner and Show

    This tour itinerary is tailored so you can contemplate the historic places and night-time ambiance of Salvador. What's more, meet the Bahian people and become acquainted with their heritage. This tour includes dinner in a traditional restaurant that offers typical cuisine - a mixture of remarkable and unforgettable delicacies and flavors. The celebrations and festivities in the streets are unique spectacles, but during this evening experience you will also attend a spectacular show of Bahian culture, which will allow you to gain a better understanding of what Bahia is all about! The music and the sound of drums, will enable you to feel the magic of the sacred dances of the African gods. Witness the legacy of a resistance struggle through Capoeira and Maculele, ancestral dances that symbolize the freedom of black people in Brazil, and the beautiful Roda de Samba, a trademark of Brazilia...

  • Maceio Half-Day City Sightseeing Tour

    3. Maceio Half-Day City Sightseeing Tour

    Enjoy a panoramic half-day tour of Maceio City to discover the largest city of the coastal state of Alagoas. Available as a group or private option, your journey begins at the Museum of Image and Sound to see photographic and cinematographic exhibitions. Continue to attractive city squares, such as Praça Marcílo Dias, Praça Visconde de Sinimbu, and Praça Dom Pedro II. Admire magnificent colonial architecture as you wander down laid-back streets to the Legislative Assembly and 19th-century Metropolitan Cathedral of Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres. Enjoy superb coastal views from the São Gonçalo do Amarante lookout, and admire the seat of the Alagoas government at the palace of the Praça Floriano Peixoto. Other highlights include the Church of Bom Jesus dos Martírios and the Governor’s Palace. Your guide will narrate a fascinating history of the city as you explore, and give you time to shop ...

  • Salvador: 4-Hour Museums Guided Tour

    4. Salvador: 4-Hour Museums Guided Tour

    Salvador, the first capital of the country which safeguards its history, not only in the streets, alleys, or on its citizens' faces and attires; this rich history is also preserved in various museums that narrate the trajectory of several peoples and their ancestral traditions, and how those overlapped and intertwined over the centuries. In this tour, you will visit the indigenous and Afro-Brazilian museums, aiming to acquire a better understanding of the legacy of several peoples in the formation of the Brazilian social fabric, as well as comprehend the process of European colonization and expansion. You will see works of art that are reminiscent of the enslavement of indigenous and African peoples, and historical records that represent the resilience their resilience, as well as their cultural and religious traditions. The tour will precede to the museum of sacred art in 19th century...

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Marcos, our guide, has a real passion for the city of Salvador and it’s history, and for explaining the African roots of Bahia. His English is flawless. Really enjoyable tour, I highly recommend it!

great tour and great insights on the afro culture because of the carnival the museum was closed but the tour operator gave us a guide for another tour day to visit the museum

Very good guide who gives good information during the visit. Very friendly guide I recommend it to you