Recôncavo Baiano – Cachoeira
Dur: 8 hours
A trip through the Bahian countryside focusing on the importance of the region during colonial expansion, leaving the bustling city and head to Cachoeira, 110 km from Salvador, one of the largest cities of the Recôncavo, listed by the National Heritage of Historical and Artistic Institute as a National Monument.
Sugarcane and tobacco are the main products produced by the region, as well as lively outdoor markets, such as the one in Santo Amaro, a mandatory stop on our trip through the interior of Bahia.
Arriving at Cachoeira, we will walk its quiet streets, lined with buildings and houses, churches and museums, all still preserving the architecture of a colonial Brazil. After Salvador, Cachoeira is the most important collection of Baroque architectural in Bahia, and also home to the largest concentration of African slaves, whose legacy is a thriving local culture.
We will cross the Paraguaçu river, to the nearby town of Sao Felix to visit a cigar factory.
After lunch we head back to Salvador.
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