DAY 1 | SALVADOR
Arrive in Salvador, Brazil’s original colonial capital; transfer to your hotel. A visit here is a chance to experience Brazil’s close connection to Africa – to taste this connection in the food, hear it in the music and see it in the faces of the people. All of these elements when mixed together create a lively atmosphere full of life. Salvador is also recognized for its great nightlife and superb restaurants.
DAY 2 | SALVADOR
Morning drive through this bustling city takes you to the base of Corcovado Mountain; a short and scenic train ride through the forest takes you to the summit. Here, 2,300 feet above the city, stands one of South America’s most famous and inspiring landmarks and one of the modern 7 wonders of the world. The 125 foot statue of “Christ the Redeemer”; Following a scenic drive along the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, we will arrive at the foot of the hill, where we embark on a small train which climbs the beautiful mountainside. Upon reaching the top, visitors will experience a panoramic view of Rio de Janeiro and discover why it is known as the “Marvelous City”, one of the most spectacular cities in the world (B)
DAY 3 | DEPART SALVADOR
A full day at leisure for optional tours, or, just for discovering all of the delights of this vivacious city on your own. An optional visit to H. Stern’s World Headquarters can be arranged upon request. Witness the fascinating process of jewel creation. (B)
Land Prices Per Person
Valid through August 2017
|Hotel | Starting From Prices:||Room Type||Twin||Single|
|Vila Gale Salvador||Superior Limited Ocean View||$374||$507|
|Pestana Bahia||Superior Limited Ocean View Room||$343||$441|
|Deluxe Limited Ocean View||$365||$477|
|Villa Bahia||Deluxe Room||$465||$551|
|Zank Bahia||Estilo Room||$665||$1,076|
|Sheraton da Bahia||Superior Room||$410||$611|
Features: All Touring, Sightseeing and Transfers are via Private Car and Private Guide. *Rate per person based on two persons sharing a room and includes only land services. Not Included: International & Domestic Flights, Airport Taxes, additional meals and any other items not mentioned in the program.
Visa to Brazil is required for U.S. Citizens.