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Good Nightlife & Great Beaches
TRAVEL TO MORRO DE SAO PAULO

Vacation / travel service in MORRO DE SAO PAULO:
* Transfers (Salvador Airport/PORT/Airport or Hotel in Salvador)
* Transfers by Air or Boat (Salvador/MorroDeSãoPaulo/Salvador)
* Stay at chosen hotel; see options below:
* Alternative tours/activities - see links to the left:

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3:rd Beach
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4:th Beach
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Village
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5:rd Beach
COMFORT
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2:nd Beach
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2:rd Beach
COMFORT
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Entry Portal
COMFORT
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4:th Beach
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4:th Beach
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MORE ABOUT MORRO DE SÃO PAULO

One of the most famous landscapes of Bahia, Morro de São Paulo attracts people from all over the world for its charming beauty, located on North Cape of Tinharé Island, in the Camamu Bay. It takes about 2 hours by boat to go from the capital Salvador da Bahia. Crystal water beaches and natural pools transform this place in a fantastic tour option. For those who enjoy diving/snokeling, the place is gorgeous: the coral reefs in Garapuá are great options and in the Camamu bay ends the river Tinhare where it is also possible to visualize dolphins from Morro de Sao Paulo. The most characteristic silhouette is the island’s lighthouse; from one have a panoramic view of all the beaches and of each corner of the island. The beaches are named by ordinal number, with start from the lighthouse, the “primeira praia” (first beach), “segunda praia” (second beach), etc.

The island has good night life (especially during high season) and most bars & restaurants are located in the village’s downtown and at the first & second beach. Hotels are spread out at all five beaches but staying at the forth & fifth beach takes more time to go to the nightlife in downtown, but on the other hand, those that prefer a tranquil stay may stay at the more remote beaches. It is not only party life at this island, but also good snorkeling. Further you may experience trekking and explore the island, walking by the ruins of a fortification, built in 1630. You can also explore the island by horseback riding (as there are no cars), or by tractor cart which work as “public bus service”. There are also daily tours by boat for fishing or scuba diving. The day can end romantic, watching dolphins in the sunset from the ruins of the fortification and then a dinner in a cozy restaurant.

The beaches divide the island into a kind of neighborhoods. In the Village Center, named “Gamboa” on the map above, there are several options of inns, bars, restaurants, shops and native people living as well. The First Beach is where the first “summer houses” were built, but many of them are today transformed to inns.

The Second Beach is perhaps the most famous beach on the island. Anyone who visits the island ends up enjoying the night life here at least once. Well known especially among young people, parties go on invariably until the sun rises. It is undoubtedly the most festive beach, where everybody goes to see and to be seen. Partying aside, the greatest number of tents are concentrated on Second Beach and it also forms the stage for "rodas de capoeira" at the end of the day. You'll also discover volleyball, footvolley, soccer and frescobol.

Rounding the corner of the small Island of Saudade, you arrive at Third Beach. This beach also offers several accommodation options: tents, inns, restaurants and campsites. Actually, all of the beaches are great for diving, but this one is special due to Caitá Island, formed by a large barrier of coral reefs. The underwater view offers coral and fish of all colors and shapes. It's possible to rent all necessary equipment, from a mask and snorkel to a full set of diving equipment. Group boat trips can be arranged as well. An interesting option is to paddle your way to the island by kayak.

At first sight, Fourth Beach appears to have no end. A great barrier of coral forms innumerable natural swimming pools along this beach. With only a diving mask, you will feel part of this paradise. An infinity of colorful fish don't mind sharing their habitat with visitors.Fourth Beach is much quieter than her sisters; you can't hear the commotion from the other beaches, only the breeze and the soft sound of the sea. It's a perfect place to rest, read or to take a nap beneath the shade if you resist the temptation to keep walking, as far as the eye can see. Following Fourth Beach, the first entrance goes to Zimbo, a small village. Entering Zimbo, there are several trails that lead to the village of Gamboa, or to the mount [hill] of Mangaba.

Walking a little further, after crossing a mangrove swamp and a small river, is the Fifth Beach or Beach of Enchantment (Encanto). Until recently, it was still considered part of Fourth beach, as well as all of the extension of beach to the source of the river that separates the island of Tinharé from the island of Boipeba.

Before arriving to Boipeba, there is the small village of Garapuá, a fishing town with a marvelous inlet. Along the way to the small neighboring island of Boipeba, you’ll come across the little fishing village with a marvelous inlet of calm, crystalline waters. There are a few simple pousadas here, but nothing like the tourist scene of Morro.

The small island of Tinharé is separated by Rio do Inferno (Hell River). From Morro de Sao Paulo, tractors (yes, tractors used in plowing fields) and small watercraft leave daily to bring travelers to this island.

NOTE: Staying at the Fourth or Fifth beach is significantly far from the island’s village and the movement on the second beach and you need to use “transfers”. If you want to enjoy the night, we suggest you to stay in the village center or at the second beach. If the nightlife is not important, you may stay at a guest house at the forth or fifth beaches.