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Varun Suchday
Take the sexy modern Brasil and add half a bottle of 400 year old Africanism. You get a cultural cocktail to swarm your senses. Capoeira, a blend of martial-arts & dance is performed here in plazas. Bahian cuisine is an ode to western Africa and it will appeal to all tastes with unique dishes not found anywhere else in Brasil. The Salvadoran music and energy keep you up until the wee hours of the morning. And, the old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well.Bonito
Varun Suchday
Salvador de Bahía: Brasileños have a wild spirit of their own. In Salvador this wild spirit finds it’s African soul. Salvador was the first port of call for slaves from Africa. Thus, here you find the beautiful fusion of two cultures. Churches, capoeira, drumming and Bahian cuisine are the highlights hereOff The Beaten PathChapada Diamantina National Park AttractionsChapada Diamantina National Park: About 400 km west of Salvador de Bahia, this national park is an introduction to the other Brazil – dusty roads, dry landscape, and forgotten outposts. Chapada Diamantina has something for everyone – waterfalls, stalactite & stalagmite caves, 3000 year old cave paintings, trekking trails, snorkeling in marble caves and table-top mountains. Come here to indulge into a bit of Brazil beyond the beaches and jungles
Rio was more chilled out because our host took us to the more relaxed blocos whereas Salvador was a bit more hectic as its the biggest street party in the world. They were different in their own ways and I couldn’t advise which is best, but either way stay with a Couchsurfing host to get the best experience.
The first day in Salvador you have to yourself to explore the city. The next day the tour begins near the bay in the streets of the lower city before reaching the Lacerda Elevator to enjoy exceptional views over Salvador's bay. The tour continues on foot through small squares and narrow streets lined with colorful colonial buildings to Pelourinho in the heart of the city and then to the baroque Church of St. Francis, with its wood carvings and gold-leaf interior. The next day it'll be time to leave Bahia, and a schooner will take you across to the island of Morro de São Paulo.