Baia de Todos os Santos, Salvador da Bahia
It can be either transportation and excursions into the bay to visit the little islands, or fulday fishingtrips. Our equipment is limited to the traditional lines, that is handheld, but it is as eficient as any hitec method. But arrangements can be made to rent rod and wheel i desired.But it is funny to feel the more fysical sensation of a fish on the line. You are welcome to bring your own if you like.
Prices vary, from 300R$ for transportation to the nearby islands, 300-600R$, if you want to go fishing a full day, or charter the boat for a day for 600R$. This does not include lunch and beverages. Lets talk about it, see what we can find out.
The boat is now totally reformed, new bottom, and even a toilet is installed.
Salvador is situated on the southern tip of a V-shaped peninsula that borders the Baia de Todos os Santos - the Bay of all Saints. The bay is a sheltered area and is home to a number of ship wrecks, all which can be dived!!
One of the luxury additions to Salvador is its marina. From here dive tours or fishing charters operate and one can find a number of ultra luxury private yachts docked here, from both Brazil and the rest of the world. A few shops, restaurants and cafes round this marina up - making it a worthwhile stop for an afternoon exploration.
Salvador da Bahia it is situated on a "bahia" (a bay), which has a lot of islands. If you want to visit those islands, you must take a "saveiro" (sailboat) at the pictoresque port.
Salvador de Bahía está situada sobre una bahía (¿lo sospechabas?) en la que hay numerosas islas. Si se desea visitar esas islas, se debe abordar un "saveiro" en el pintoresco puerto.
We had a splendid day on a boat, accompanied by our own samba band. The pineapple caipirinhas flowed...