Avenida Vasco Neto, 10, Ponta do Muta, State of Bahia, 45520-000, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ponta do Muta

16 - 24 April: Newsflash! I ain't no hiker!

A travel blog entry by prunes17


... My photos do not do it justice but it was fantastic,

And then that was it! Inaya and I said bye to the group when we got back to Salvador, and spent the next few nights (21-23 April) sorting admin, figuring out next plans and going out a lot in pelerinho with new friends from Italy and 3 wicked guys from the uk who knew sheggan who we met 3 weeks earlier. Then it was time to say hasta luego to inaya. After spending nearly three weeks ...

Shitty banks continued

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... us out with cash and we booked our tickets. We planed to go to Palmeiras that night to get money from the Bradesco, but the bus was so delayed that by the time we arrived we would only be able to get 300 reais (after 9pm you can only get out 300 in Brazil). We canceled our tickets and went to find food instead. What was supposed to be a relaxing day ended up being very stressful and frustrating. The best parts of the day were the hummingbirds, the Açai and going swimming in ...

Day 25

A travel blog entry by khendry23


... toilet.
there was no roof just a big roof over the whole house but no roof for each individual room.. (make sense?) so u could hear the family having domestics and it was just a super pleasant place yo stay. Only one girl, luana from Germany stayed there when I was there but for 2 nights only...and we escaped tjere hostel to walk around Lencois.

But getting into thw national park its self was the highlight of ...

Chapada Diamantia

A travel blog entry by traliela


Dear all,

in the spirit of travel and being open minded, I will once again write in English for our non-Belgian friends.
After leaving Salvador, our French friends, with who we are still travelling, suggested to buy a tent and a matras. People who know me well will maybe laugh at the idea of me in a tent, but I'm in Brazil now, and I'm trying hard! So camping it is.
Our first stop in Chapada Diamantina ...

The hiking begins.

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... turn around and it's just as far. The landscape was forever changing and at one point we came across rocks that looked like dragon scales. The Chapada Diamanté national park is bigger than Israel, so there is a lot to see. We then had a two hour drive back to Lençóis in an old Chevy truck with temperamental window wipers. We were planning to head straight to Salvador that night but decided we would stay and head out the next ...


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