Surf Camp and surf school Brazil

Salvador da Bahia | Surf, Fun and Tan all year !

Pelourinho Bahia
Pelourinho, Salvador da Bahia Historic Center

Salvador da Bahia was founded by the Portuguese in 1549 and made the first colonial capital of Brazil. It is one of the oldest colonial cities in Brazil and the Americas and notable for its cuisine, music and architecture.

The Historic Centre of Salvador was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. It's known as the "Pelourinho" and stands out for its Portuguese colonial architecture, with historical monuments dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries.

During slavery, most of the slaves set on shore in the Port of Salvador, so there is a high concentration of the black culture and population in the city, being considered the Brazilian Jamaica.

Itacare Beach in Salvador da Bahia
Beaches of Bahia, Brazil

Salvador is well known for having the most point and beach breaks per km in Brazil, with numerous options inside and outside the city. Plenty of room for the local crowd so surfing is very peaceful!

Tourists are also attracted to the City of Joy due to its natural and cultural riches.
The capital of the state of Bahia is famous for its history, for the legacy left by people from other continents, for the religious syncretism and for its hospitable people.

Salvador da Bahia is the third-most populous Brazilian city (behind São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro) and is known as "Brazil's capital of happiness" due to its ever present popular outdoor parties, including, of course, its street carnival.

Elevador Lacerda Bahia

The city casts a good spell on first time visitors, so they always want to come back! Those who live in Salvador are naturally enchanted by it and hardly ever leave.
Only those who come to Salvador can really feel its appeal and understand why the Capital of Bahia is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world.

While staying the surf camp you'll have the chance to visit Salvador da Bahia and discover all this fantastic city has to offer. Feel free to ask the staff for the latest tips, so you can make the most of your holiday in Bahia.

Enjoy the spicy atmosphere present in every corner of this joyful city.
Welcome to the Land of Happiness! Welcome to Salvador da Bahia!

Samba and Carnival in Bahia

Carnival Bahia Samba
Exuberant and colourful Carnival of Salvador da Bahia

Brazil will forever be associated with Carnival & Samba!
Samba is a Brazilian musical genre and dance style with its roots in Africa, well recognized around the world as a symbol of Brazil and the Brazilian Carnival.
Considered one of the most popular Brazilian cultural expressions, samba has become an icon of Brazilian national identity so much so that The Bahian Samba de Roda (dance circle) became a UNESCO Heritage of Humanity in 2005.

Carnival is the most famous holiday in Brazil and has become an event of huge proportions. Except for industrial production, retail establishments such as malls, and carnival-related businesses, the country stops completely for almost a week and festivities are intense, day and night, mainly in coastal cities such as Salvador da Bahia which has the largest carnival in the world!

How to Get From Salvador Airport to the Surf Camp

Salvador SSA International Airport

The surf camp is 8 km away from Salvador da Bahia Airport, in a private and secure residential area just a few meters away from a paradise beach. Go to sleep and wake up to the sound of perfect surf!

Transfers to/from Salvador airport are included in all our surfing holidays packages in Brazil.

Direct Transfers

Airport transfers (both ways) from/to Salvador da Bahia International Airport are included in surf camp packages from 06h00 to 22h00. Transfers between 22h00 and 06h00 will be charged an extra 25 Euros/each way.
Transfers from any other address in Salvador da Bahia will be charged 35 Euros/each way.

Taxi | Salvador Airport to Surf Camp condominium

You can also reach the surf camp by taxi. Prices depend on where you are coming from (city center, airport, etc.), time of day and your negotiation skills!