Porto Calem Praia
Avenida Beira Mar 1999, Porto Seguro, State of Bahia, Brazil
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santa cruz de cabralia
in old town of porto seguro
Close-up of the coral reef
View from behind the church
I am traveling to Porto Seguro the second week in January. Are there any sports Bars or hotels, where I can watch the NFL playoffs? Anyone who can assist with any info it would be much appreciated. Jay
RE: NFL football
i don't think that will be possible.
i have never seen american style football on tv in brazil in the 19 months i have spend there.
brazil is all about soccer and to some extend volleyball and formula 1.
RE: RE: NFL football
I remember watching the Superbowl at an internet cafe in Barra, Salvador with a bunch of other Americans (only because my American city was playing for the first time in decades), so you might be able to find someplace in Porto Seguro.
I suppose saying When in Rome....wouldn't tempt you to watch soccer instead --or leave the expensive laptop at home?
RE: NFL football
Sorry to inform, but NFL Football is almost unknow in Brazil...will be very unlikelly to find a place to watch it.
Travel Tips for Pôrto Seguro
brasilian name for bus.
from the center of porto seguro you have a bus station with a bus passing
every 5 minutes for you to go and visit miles of beaches and other must see locations.
against guides tips, that could be dangerous and lack of security
i ve experienced none...
safe enough i garantie!
and no problem of getting lost because they are always keen to help... with a smile.
at the indian reservation we can walk an hunting trail and learn a lot about traps, about the tribe of pataxos culture wise and all other wise, from clothing to food habits and cooking. and the dificulties they experience nowadays with authorities and men of politics.
Near Trancoso and Caraiva, in the south of Bahia, Praia do Espelho (Mirror Beach) is present on the select roll of the most beautiful beaches of the country. Together with Curuipe, it forms a small bay replete with coconut palm trees and natural swimming pools of transparent water.
Its exuberant nature joins varied elements, such as Mata Atlantica (Rain Forest) sand banks, mangrove, flooded grounds and cliffs in white and reddish shades.
Mother Teresa Ranch (Fazenda Mae Tereza)
An excellent way to relax. Access to the ranch can be made by boat or by road - but you must be booked beforehand.
Horses, canoes, hammocks(!) and a waterslide are at your disposition during the entire day.
Shortly after you arrive they take you on a tour of the ranch in a trailer pulled by a tractor. You also go for a short walk in the woods where you see some very curious plants and trees. Also caught a glimpse of some monkeys. See various stages of coconut trees and abacaxi plants.
Sorria você tá na BAhia!!!
"The first Brazilian city"
Porto Seguro was he first city discovered by the portugueses.
You can find here historical places and a lot of fun, dance, and youth.
In the picture: people dancing capoeira
(A Brazilian form of combat adapted by African slaves to fight oppression. Capoeira is dance-like, and many believe it was developed this way to be disguised as a dance to the slave owners)
Popular Hotels in Pôrto Seguro
Brisa Da Praia Hotel
Av Beira Mar 1840, Praia de Taperapuan, Porto Seguro, State of Bahia, 45810-000, Brazil