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Satu Beach

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Satu Beach

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Caraiva, Porto Seguro, State of Bahia 45810-000 Brazil
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South of Bahia Tour
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South of Bahia Tour

This trip will take you to the south of Bahia to visit the historic town of Porto Seguro, the charming Trancoso and nearby beaches. Porto Seguro is within the area where the Portuguese explorer, Pedro Alvares Cabral, first set foot on the Brazilian soil in year 1500, meeting the native Pataxo tribe who still live here. The local coastline is protected by reefs, the ocean is shallow, calm and crystal clear. Trancoso is situated on a foothill overlooking beautiful beaches, cliffs, rivers and coconut groves. This charming beach town is accessible by an unpaved road from Porto Seguro, the trip takes about 1,5h. The vibrant Quadrado is magical in the evening, with live music and restaurants. Dive into a Bahian discovery trip topped by outstanding natural beauty and relaxation. The trip can be done year-round – a perfect escape to a laid-back beach town and a bit of Brazilian culture.
USD 1,945.51 per adult
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Anne L wrote a review Oct. 2016
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Must see when in Caraiva! This beach is about 1 hour walking from praia Caraiva. There is a little bar (barraca), very simple but absolutely magical. In September we were the only visitors. We had some fresh coconuts and a pastels from Satu. Leave early (8/9 am) because than you cross the river by foot before the high tide. On our way back we used a small boat for 5rhs.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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SARAH F wrote a review Jan. 2016
Madrid, Spain403 contributions31 helpful votes
Walked over from Caraiva's river ( about 3km) Great walk and breathtaking views. Bring water and food in case you don't like seafood or "yuca" (mandioca). Depending they might not have electricity and might not have cold drinks. We had a fried fish "porção", it was delicious... Some people do snorkeling.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Mauricio088 wrote a review Jan. 2015
São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil3 contributions1 helpful vote
Don't expect anything fancy there, just a spot with a great view and transparent water. Definitely worth the hike!
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Date of experience: December 2014
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Ciro N wrote a review Jul. 2013
Madrid, Spain16 contributions7 helpful votes
You feel like in the Lost island, completely desert, only one family living there. about 3 km from caraiva. A must go beach!
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Date of experience: February 2013
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Bandeira wrote a review Jul. 2012
Maresias, SP26 contributions7 helpful votes
This place is really amazing, but don't expect anything more than simplicity, because that's the beauty of the nature and the natives. And we should keep it as it is: without polution. Have lived 10 years in Caraíva, I have been there many times. It's just ~6km walk from/to Caraíva and a bit more to/from Curuípe. Great to get there on the low tides, especially during the full or new moon periods.
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Date of experience: August 2011
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