Pôrto Seguro Things to Do

  • at harbour of arraial d'ajouda
    at harbour of arraial d'ajouda
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  • at center of arraial d'ajouda
    at center of arraial d'ajouda
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  • in old town of porto seguro
    in old town of porto seguro
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    pataxó

    by quartinb Updated Nov 14, 2005

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    the indians in porto seguro.
    they are mixed amongst the inhabitants living in PS but a "tourist" reservation facility in the outskirts of it, and yu can make some clue of how they lived in te past and their costums, and inspite great dificulties towards local government, the way they live nowadays.

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    arraial d´ajuda

    by quartinb Updated Nov 14, 2005

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    buranhem

    Whatever your dream, there should be a fascinating scenery,
    a universe of projected images of paradise and strong sensations.
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    Arraial D'Ajuda - Porto Seguro - Bahia.
    Cinematographic beaches in close harmony with the Atlantic rain forest its,
    rivers and streams.

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    sunny white beaches

    by quartinb Updated Nov 14, 2005

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    Porto Seguro is one of the main tourist attraction in Brazil.
    Over the past few years, its beaches transformed Porto Seguro into the second most important tourist destination in Bahia. There are kilometres of white sandy beaches that extend towards the north of the city, surrounded by amazing barriers of coral reefs.

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    Jaqueira Indian Reserve

    by APaulo Written Aug 1, 2005

    The Reserve of the Jaqueira is an example for all Country, of as the ecological tourism in aboriginal lands can function. It is a way to use the natural resources, without degrading them. We are conscientious indians of the work who we are making. To preserve, it is enough to have will and respect. The Reserve offers stroll in tracks, folloied by guides aboriginal. The tracks have some points of interpretation and stop, where they are counted histories of our people and the meeting with the Portuguese. The guides show used plants in the natural medicine and present examples of used traps for our ancestor to capture animals for feeding. The visitors can fascinate themselves with the natural beauties and know of close as they live the Pataxós, with its suits and traditional paintings, know the houses, its customs and its beliefs aboriginal, as they lived and as they live until today.

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    Fazenda da Mãe Teresa ( Mother Theresa Farmhouse)

    by APaulo Written Aug 1, 2005

    In this farm it will be able to see the fisheries of guaiamuns and crabs (both crustaceans), each one in its proper habitat, the native bush of side of river and a fishery of coconut palms in different periods of training of growth. It is Atlantic Mata properly said, where we will find primary and secondary trees duly being some identified, lianas and traps for hunting (exactamente as they were used by the aboriginals). Leaving the track, we will return for the river having crossed the "coqueiral" in different periods of training from growth. Also it will be shown to the "dendezeiro" and the elaboration of the oil of dendê, basic ingredient of the bahian cooking traditions; confection of the combs of "piaçava" (for covering of huts), some articles of utility and handycraft made with the proper fruit of the palm. We will still observe innumerable varieties of feet of typical fruits of the region. Mud banns. We cannot leave to enjoy beactifull natural water swimming pool candy. Strolls of caiaque, natural lagoon with "tirolesa", nets for rest, you square of volei of sand, futsal and peteca, stroll the horse.

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    Pitinga Beach

    by APaulo Written Aug 1, 2005

    The beach of Taípe and Pitinga in the Arraial the paredões of calcareous rock have as main atractions, beach huts well (where it can enjoy of a delicious fish baked in the roofing tile) and other typical options. To the afternoon visit the "vilarejo" of the Arraial D`Ajuda,t the Church of Ours Mrs. D`Ajuda (1549 construction the 1551), etc.

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    Espelho beach

    by APaulo Written Aug 1, 2005
    Espelho Beach

    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.

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    Arraial ECO Park

    by APaulo Updated Aug 1, 2005

    Without a doubt an amusement guaranteed for the children and the adults, the park is complete of attractions since "tobogãs" of high speed and until swimming pools with artificial waves. Also one of the best parks of the moment was elect.

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    Beaches, beaches and more beaches.....

    by APaulo Written Aug 1, 2005
    Coroa Vermelha beach

    Trancoso, Caraivas, Pitinga, Taípe, Mirrors, are organized unforgetable executions, for isolated beaches where it dominates the crystalline nature and waters with a turquoise consequence blue. Each one with its history and particularitity that are part of the competitions of best and more beautiful beaches of Brazil. Deáguas blue-green, clean, calm, white and fine sand are approximately 90 kilometers of beaches, being distinguished, in the Coast North, the beaches of the Cruise, Curuípe, Itacimirim, Mundaí, Taperapuã, Tip Grande and Mutá. In the South Coast, we have beaches of Apaga-Fogo, Araçaípe, Mucugê, Parracho, Pitinga, Blue Lagoon (d'Ajuda Arraial); Taípe, River of the Bar, the Natives, the Coconut palms, Green River, (Trancoso); Itaquena, Curuípe, Jacumã, Mirror, Juacema and Caraíva.

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    visit amazing beaches near porto seguro

    by hanspeter_W. Written Aug 24, 2009
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    There are too many beaches to list here but the most visiteds are Araçaí, Apaga Fogo, Canoas, Mucugê, Tororão e Pitinga. You´ll find all kinds of beaches there, even some nudism beaches.

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    colour

    by quartinb Updated Nov 14, 2005

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    Behind that cute kid there's an amazing panel wood work ( the name escapes me-anyone knowing please tip me ).I know only that is very expensive to buy one, even smaller...so i didn' t...!

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    lambada

    by quartinb Updated Nov 14, 2005

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    toa toa

    by the beach around the clock
    they party and dance with no quarter.
    and ,wanting or not, you have to join them...!
    IRRESISTEBLE!

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    A buggy trip...

    by APaulo Written Aug 1, 2005

    Surely a method of very exciting transport appropriate, that goes to take to discover and to feel you a true stroll for the accesses to the long one of beaches with an atmosphere of safari

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    centro historico

    by labahian Written Nov 3, 2004

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    the historico centre. you can learn about porto seguro history, the indians and discovers from portugal.

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