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We took our two children (8 & 10) on a three day trek through the Pati Valley and a one day tour of the Blue Hole and Mosquito Falls in the Park. Our guide and main point of contact was co-owner of Extreme Eco Tours...More
We heard about Chapada Diamanntina before we came to Brazil but then we met our unique and wonderful guide from Zen Tour. His name was Danny and he just turned the beautiful nature (that few places can bit) into a cultural and social conversation and...More
This is an unbelievable park to go and visit. I wish I could of spent more time there. To many things to see and to little time. But the places I did go to where wonderful to say the least. Cachoeira do Mosquito near Lençóis,...More
My wife and I spend about 10 weeks every year in Salvador hiding away from the Canadian winter and spending our time on the beautiful beach of Praia do Flamengo. This year we decided to travel inland to Chapada Diamantina since we had heard so...More
great nature in this national park, including nice cascades, caves and rivers, and small mountains. Great surprise Lençois; it is a very nice town, colonial portuguese, great places to eat and have a drink. it is also recommendable to rent a car at Salvador and...More
You probably start here when you go to Chapada diamantina. Lencois is beautiful and worth visiting. There is live music nearly every night, it's full with people from all over the world and most of all very very safe.
There are plenty of trails...More
Our guide was really knowledgeable which proved to be useful when our first night's accommodation was closed!
The final day was the longest but most beautiful day. All days involved being up at about 6-7am and walking most of the day so you need a...More
Gorgeous mountainous region with lots of history and the chance to strike it rich in gold. Ha! Terrific hikes and waterfalls. Guides with Chapada Diamantina Daniel spoke good English, we needed that, and had good stories to tell. Recommend.
Spent 5 days in the Park and could have spent many more. Parts of the trek are challenging and the heat in January made it more so, but a decent level of the fitness will enable people to get the most out of the experience....More
We are finalizing our trip to Bahia and are at a standstill. We are a family of 5, 2adults 2boys 22 & 17 and 1girl 17. We are arriving in Salvador on 19th Mar and rtn is Sun 27th Mar. We would like to combine Chapada Diamantina National Park and also some beach maybe even surfing. My husband wants to do a self drive but we have been unable to figure out how to put everything together. Any suggestions would be wonderful.
February 22, 2011|
london, united kingdom
Chapada Diamantina National Park (0 Replies)
Hi guys Planning on arriving in Lencois on the 25th August to trek around Chapada until the 27th August. I need to do a bit more research but I was wondering would we stay in Lencois and explore from there every day and trek around, or stay in Lencois for 1 night and then try and plan a 2 day guide/trek before arriving back in Lencois? Thanks Omar
August 03, 2014|
Ras Tanura, Ash Sharqiyah, Saudi Arabia
Salvador Itinerary? (7 Replies)
Hi ... I am planing to visit Salvador in 15 May...my original plan is to spend 2 days at Salvador, 2 days at Morro de Sao Paulo and 2 days at Lencoisat to visit Chapada Diamantina National Park .... I just figured out that, it is consider to be a rainy season at Bahia at this time of year, and I am not sure about visiting Morro de Sao Paulo and Chapada Diamantina National Park at MAY!!, I think my trip will be interrupted by rain...not sure! actually, I am thinking to replace them with 3...More
April 10, 2012|
2 days in Salvador will bring enough time to see the must-do.2 days in Morro de Sao Paolo seems a little bit short.But if you take the two hours Catamaran from Terminal Maritimo and arrive there early,you may enjoy the island to the fullest. But to enjoy and to not rush through the trip,you will need at least two weeks.Bahia is a pretty big area and so is Chapada Diamantina.About the rain season in Bahia, it usually rain in the morning with clear and sunny weather at mid-day.The rainy season...More