Eco-Friendly Suite Hidden in the Jungle near Brazil's Bahia CoastItacaré, Bahia (Brazil)
Eco-Friendly Suite Hidden in the Jungle near Brazil's Bahia Coast
This property is located in the Bahia region of Brazil and is 400 kilometers to the south of the capital of the region, Salvador. It is in the town of Itacare, which is a small fishing town in the heart of cocoa plantation lands. It is a typical Brazilian pousada—similar to a bed and breakfast, a sort of inn or guest house. This room is on the first floor, measures 51 meters squared, and sleeps up to three guests. The bathroom is decorated with white tiles and bamboo. It has a large terrace that overlooks the garden, as well as a porch with a palm fiber roof and a Conduru wood sofa.
There is a beautiful swimming pool on site for the guests’ free usage. There is a deck in the mango tree for you to enjoy closer access to nature and an even more unique experience. If you would like a bite to eat, the mango deck is furnished with a snack bar providing pies, sandwiches, soups and salads.
There is a traditional indigenous housing structure on site, called an oca, made entirely of wood. Activities and events such as samba, capoeira, forró, and African dances can be enjoyed, as well as yoga, tai chi or biodance.
If you would like to enjoy a relaxing massage, the gazebo offers these services. Hot and cold stones as well as other Eastern massages are practiced. This gazebo is built right on the edge of the forest, so that you can focus solely on yourself, and relax and enjoy your time here.
There is a lounge area under the cashew tree, arranged as a reading room. Breakfast is included in the rates, serving natural and healthy options such as govaya juice, fruit salad, fried bananas, tapioca, passion fruit jam, or pancakes.
There is Wi-Fi in some of the accommodations, as well as in the main communal areas, however there are no televisions except in the reception area. There is a parking area for the guests, and there is a small gift and souvenir shop on site, with jewelry and other accessories, and clothing. Cars, bikes, and body boards can be rented on site.
- Outdoor pool
- Air conditioning
- Linens and pillows
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Itacaré, Bahia (Brazil)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
Dancing: You can engage in many different types right here on site, with possible classes in the traditional Oca.
Surfing: The site knows the perfect locations and the best teachers to ensure you have a great surfing experience.
Biking: You have many options, including what type of biking you would like to do and where you would like to go.
Walking: There are endless beaches that you can venture to and wander on by foot – just around Itacare there are many, as well as around the Marau Peninsula.
Drums: You can play with and learn from the natives that have been playing percussions their whole lives, for generations and generations.
Capoeira: There are different types of this dance that you can train for on the beach or in designated areas on the property, and the site can set you up with qualified teachers.
Canoeing: The Contas River will present you with many amazing views of forests, wetlands and green hills, and you will be able to explore the swamps, waterfalls and cocoa farms. You can swim in the waterfalls and explore the clear waters.
Cacao Plantation: You can visit a plantation in the fazenda Pedra do Sabia.
Tree Climbing: There is a beach where you can engage in this activity, called Ribeira.
Whale Watching: From the months of July to October (whale mating season) you will be able to observe interesting whale activity.
Ambuba River: You can make this an expedition, where you can canoe across the Contas River, than bike up the Marau Peninsula, up to Ambuba where you can then rent a kayak to explore the emerald forest, the waterfall and the mangrove.