Anthropological Tour

Salvador: Anthropological City Tour

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Duration
8 hours
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Spanish, English, French, German, Italian

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What You'll Do
  • See native wildlife in their natural environment
  • Learn the most authentic of Salvador of Bahia
  • Enjoy traditional lunch in a black community
Overview
This tour is dedicated to learn the most authentic of Salvador of Bahia, the Brazil's both place, symbol of strength and survival of Africans in this land when they were treated as commodities under the oppression of slavery.
What to Expect
The city of Salvador safeguards in its daily life, African traditions that have been preserved in maroon community havens through centuries. In this itinerary, you'll have the opportunity to experience this magic energy present in this legacy of freedom struggles, and struggles to preserve the religious traditions of people in Bahia.

You will begin the tour in the historic region Salvador, considered by Unesco a World Heritage Site, the renowned Pelourinho. This visit includes the Afro Brazilian Museum, which assembles a rich collection of the history of black people. You then proceed to the railway suburbs, and observe the urban landscape changes that have occurred in of territories of enslaved descendant communities.

You will visit the largest open market in the city, also listed as an intangible heritage of Brazil, the São Joaquim Market, founded by enslaved Africans in the XIX century. Next you visit the old port of arrival of Africans and a slave market, followed by a visit to the first candomble terreiro of yoruba origin founded in the new world, the matriarchy grounded terreiro ile iya axe nasso oka.

To finish the tour, you visit the queen of the sea house, located by the beach Rio vermelho, at a fishermen community that built an altar in reverence to that African divinity from the sea, the orixá iemanjá. Every year, on February 2nd, the greatest ceremony offered in honor of an African Orixa, which gathers up over 400.000 people. You may also enjoy the opportunity of having lunch in a black community, in the company of a family with over 50 years of tradition, which will serve the famous feijoada (homemade bean stew) in the Garcia neighborhood.
What's Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Driver/guide
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
What's Not Included
  • Drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
Know Before You Go
• Confirmation will be received at time of booking
• Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
• Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
• Not wheelchair accessible

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