Vilangelim Eco-Pousada

Address: Rodovia Ba-099 Km 63 76 km, Mata de Sao Joao, State of Bahia, 48282-970, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rodovia Ba-099 Km 63 76 km, Mata de Sao Joao.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant


          • Free parking


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Vilangelim Eco-Pousada Mata de Sao Joao

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Mata de Sao Joao

          Beach Break

          A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 28, 2014

          29 photos

          ... hotel to the Recife bus station, a trip that should take about 30 minutes without traffic. It took us an hour and 45 minutes with traffic. We barely got to the bus station in time to pick up our pre-purchased tickets--the company had told us to arrive an hour ahead of time (we understood why when we observed how inexplicably long the ticket-acquisition process takes), but we got there only 30 minutes before our 7:15 p.m. bus. We got ...

          Diogo and the sea turtles

          A travel blog entry by hippler on Mar 07, 2009

          18 photos

          ... hangover. There was also a Greek guy, and Sofi's Dutch friend from down the road, and Sofi's Brazilian boyfriend. We ate a feast of steak, potatoes and simple salads. The caipirinhas flowed. They're the national drink, resembling a mojito, except with Cachaca (sugarcane rum) and no mint: fresh limes pounded in a mortar, sugar, ice, and cachaca. We agreed that in the morning, we'd watch sea turtles being hatched and head for ...

          Imbassai, Bahia 24-27 September

          A travel blog entry by aandl on Sep 27, 2008

          10 photos

          ... to south. People eat at table with their feet in the water. Local food is mainly seafood. Moqueca´s - seafood stew served in small woklike pan. Delicious (eg Prawn moqueca). Note: In Brazil, beer served in 600 ml bottle (kept cold in plastic ...

          My time in Salvador then on to Praia do Forte

          A travel blog entry by rebecca.rose on Feb 07, 2008

          ... confirmed by Brazillian friends of Dominic that he had been, quite decidedly kissing a man. He may have lost on numbers that night but he definitely took home the trophy. I myself was propositioned by a very cute English boy and while I declined anything further, he was very nice to kiss (although I was probably just an addition to his tally) ;) My last night bar one in Salvador was the highlight. Fat boy slim was playing in one of the blocos and while at ~$160AUD I ...

          Pablo & his crazy German friend Christian show up

          A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Nov 16, 2007

          ... to Pablo and Christian and we have our crew. So, it starts to rain a bit (you know, one of those tropical rain storms which last for like 20 minutes) and me and Pablo duck behind one of the drink stands in order to chill under the umbrella (the drink stands all have a big umbrella above them) and we make nice with the dude working as we are taking up most of his space. As we are standing there, a girl is trying to hide under the umbrella also but ...