- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Itacare Village
Travel Blogs from Itacare
... bits as the next day we were moving up the road to a lovely hotel Philly has booked for us called Vila do Dengo. We tried to watch a film but we fell asleep. It's a hard life :-) After being well rested we got up early and headed to Vila do Dengo to drop off our bags. We then headed to the local beach called Praia de Conchas. Initially we had wanted to rent kayaks and paddle to a waterfall, however we were told it was too far in kayaks. Instead we went with a man and his speed ...
... fried and sprinkled with sugar.
Heard low tide was mid afternoon at Taipu de Fora, with it's natural swimming pools so, as it would be a long 7km walk along the beach at the hottest hour, did most of the walk, to Ponta da Muta, 3 Coqueiros and Bombaca beaches, after breakfast. Bumped into Ralph, a German who lives here 3 months of the year and works the other 9 months back home, who directed me back ...
... wifi, fridge, fan & a/c) so diidn’t bother shopping around –
dumped the bags & jumped in the water!
Later found out from an interesting well travelled fellow
guest who had shopped around that these were the cheapest singles here so happy
I trusted my instincts.
Took a pleasant stroll south, past many old wooden fish
traps and deserted bits ...
... to not wanting to rent a car in Brazil and using taxis. We arrived at the bus station in Porto Seguro for a long hot 8+ hour bus ride following along the northern coast (striking scenery but way too long on a bus) and finally arriving in Itacare after 8 at night. We had rented a little bungalow and emailed our host to set up the final leg of transportation from this city having no idea what to expect. Our cabbie was waiting and struggled to find us a supermercado to load up on ...
... in slightly broken English by a tipsy group of Brazilians. We then headed for some gourmet crepes and joined two Dutch girls we had met on the boat earlier who had coincidentally chosen the same place to eat. We had fun trying to decipher the menu and all the complicated ingredients until luckily the owner asked if we could speak French and Ali was able to put his degree to good use for once. Earlier we had spotted a woman with a chocolate lab (which had made ...