based on 10 nights inc. flights & selected experiences
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A perfect itinerary for families with family-friendly accommodation throughout and plenty of varied activities available
Master the art of Capoeira in Salvador or on the beaches of Itacare
Visit the iconic sights of Rio de Janeiro, including Sugar Loaf Mountain and the Christ the Redeemer statue, as well as the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema
A fantastic introduction to Bahia and its vibrant cultures, delicious cuisine and addictive rhythms
This is a year-round itinerary, but July to January is the best time of year. If travelling over Christmas/New Year or over Carnival, be sure to book as far in advance as possible, as space at this time is severely restricted. April to July is the wettest season (though it can rain at any time) and June to September bring slightly cooler evenings.
Discover the highlights of northeast Brazil from the colonial splendours of Salvador to the golden sands of Bahia's beaches. Soak in samba beats and cultural delights, as well as iconic sights such as Christ the Redeemer for the ultimate family holiday.
This family adventure to Brazil begins in the iconic beachfront city of Rio de Janeiro, with a wealth of attractions ensuring that families have plenty of entertainment. Make like James Bond and take the cable car up Sugar Loaf Mountain, pay a visit to Christ the Redeemer and observe a local football match on the sands of Copacabana Beach. We have included a city tour to soak in all of the city’s main sights, and a guided hike up Two-Brother’s Hill for incredible views over the city.
From here, fly north to the wonderful colonial city of Salvador, the capital of Bahia and home to gorgeous cobbled streets and churches, great food, capoeira and sizzling music. Enjoy three nights here in the heart of the old town, getting under the skin of this charming and vibrant region. Meet a local musician and learn how to play a variety of beats with a percussion workshop, and give capoeira a go, the local martial art.
Take a short flight to Ilheus to reach your final stop at Itacare for some time to unwind on those famous Brazilian beaches. Stay at Txai Resort, a great family-friendly option with tropical gardens, fronted by miles of unspoiled coastline. Take trips out to secluded bays, explore crystalline streams which lead to beautiful waterfalls, paddle upstream in Canadian canoes and simply enjoy being surrounded by pure nature. Try a capoeira class, surfing or tennis or even explore the area on a series of short hikes. The balance between relaxation and adventure makes Txai the perfect way to end your time in Brazil.
Bahia is the percussive heart of Brazil. Feel the soul of Brazilian music with a percussion lesson in Salvador, and fall under the spell of the mesmerising African rhythms. Workshops are pitched at levels to suit all talents and ages - great for families!
Explore Salvador, one of Brazil’s most striking cities steeped in history. Salvador is famous for its colonial architecture, its rich and unique local culture (which is particularly evident in the music, cuisine and religion) and wonderful coastline.
Visit a traditional capoeira school and meet with the group leaders to learn the history and philosophy of capoeira, try your hand on instruments such as the berimbau, and learn some of the basic movements.
Experience the fabulous city of Rio de Janeiro in a unique and exciting way with your very own private guide – on a bicycle! Make plenty of stops along the way and pass many of the city's key landmarks, travelling alongside those iconic beaches.
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