At the far south of Bahia, the Whale Coast is a real untouched paradise. An endless blue sea, with crystal clear water, home to the biggest and most diversified compound of coral reefs of the South Atlantic – a total of 17 specimens at the National Marine Park of Abrolhos – shelter a vast fauna and flora, volcanic islands, mangroves and tide channels; it’s a landscape of astonishing beauty that enchants and fascinates.
The tropical climate and the sun, which reigns all year round, are an irresistible invitation for nature lovers. Seafood and the spice of dendê oil are the trademarks of the local cuisine. Among rivers, waterfalls, beaches, mangroves and coconut groves, diving in the warm and calm water is a must; humpback whales regularly visit this coast, regardless of the curious eyes of the visitors.
At the villages and settlements, the local communities preserve their traditional culture. Kingdom of tranquility surrounded by nature, the Whale Coast is the right choice for those looking for relaxing by the sea, enjoying the best of life and the mesmerizing sceneries of the region.