Tag: Lençois

banner ad
How to get to Chapada Diamantina from Salvador

How to get to Chapada Diamantina from Salvador

Chapada Diamantina is a National Park of 38000 sq kms, full of flat topped mountains, canyons, caves  and waterfalls, with superb trekking possibilities. It lies 425 kms to the west of Salvador- a 5-7 hour drive depending on traffic and if your are travelling by car or bus. 1.7 billion years ago this whole area lay […]

Share Button
10 de March de 2015 | By | Reply More
Pousadas in Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Brazil

Pousadas in Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Brazil

  Chapada Diamantina is located in Bahia, the North East of Brazil and is one of the country’s treasured national parks. The Vale do Capão (Capao valley) sits right in the heart of the Chapada Diamantina national park and Lençois is the main town in the Chapada Diamantina.This is a thriving eco tourism destination, ideal for people […]

Share Button
25 de November de 2014 | By | Reply More
Solo Travel in Chapada Diamantina, Salvador & Boipeba, Brazil

Solo Travel in Chapada Diamantina, Salvador & Boipeba, Brazil

Updated August 11 2015 Q. “Dear Alison, I will be in the Bahia region arriving 20 September in Salvador and flying out 10 October from Salvador. With about 19 nights in the region, I expect to enjoy 12 nights in Chapada Diamantina and the rest of my holiday in Salvador de Bahia. Ideally I would love to […]

Share Button
18 de August de 2014 | By | Reply More
Getting to Boipeba from Lençois, Bahia, Brazil

Getting to Boipeba from Lençois, Bahia, Brazil

Q. Hi Alison, Got a logistic question for you, I’m thinking of booking a flight with AZUL from Salvador to Lencois and back, spend another night in Salvador and then go to Biobepa from Salvador the next day. But is it an option to fly to Lencois then take a bus towards Biopeba? What is your opinion? N.L  […]

Share Button
6 de January de 2014 | By | Reply More
How to get to Chapada Diamantina, Bahia

How to get to Chapada Diamantina, Bahia

Chapada Diamantina in Bahia, the North East of Brazil is one of the state’s treasured national parks. It is a thriving eco tourism destination, ideal for people who want to experience nature and enjoy hikes to mountains, waterfalls and caves. Find out how to get there …

Share Button
25 de July de 2013 | By | Reply More
Where to go in Bahia after Chapada Diamantina

Where to go in Bahia after Chapada Diamantina

Q. “Hi Alison, My husband and are arriving Salvador to attend a 10 photography course which will include Salvador and Cachoeira. We are going to Lencois for 4 or 5 days staying at AlcinoEstalagem. We are then open to suggestions, but thinking we should try to stay at Pousada Santa Clara in Boipeba. How many […]

Share Button
28 de January de 2013 | By | Reply More