Up to 7 people
water + percussion class + tickets
Salvador da Bahia
Black Salvador walking tour takes you to the heart of the African diaspora in Brazil: Pelourinho. You will be led to an enlightned walk beyond the history of slavery. Brazil was the last country to abolish slavery, and it has the largest black population outside Africa, did you know that? Despite this part of the history, the experience pretends to highlight the immense contribuition of Africans to the Brazilian society with joy and the purpose you feel the real Brazil. Take notes, ask as much information as you want, because this is about our own history! On the way you'll have the chance to take beautiful and instagramable photos. Come with us to find out more, as we embark into a vibrant musical journey through a percusion workshop.
keep in mind
This is mostly a walking tour, but even the distance from one point to another isn't that far, it's recommendable to wear confortable.
We think on you: bathroom stop is planned! Brazilians love to see people like them, so don't worry if on the way someone smiles, greets or speaks with you, it's all about admiration.
Elevador Lacerda ( Tomé de Souza Square), this is one of the most famous landmarks of the city, everybody knows. If you arrive earlier, enjoy the views to All Saints Bay or try a tipycal icecream at Cubana, just at the entrance of the elevator. Click here to see the meeting point on Maps.