Brazil's June Festivals
Learn all about the rich traditions and spectacular celebrations of Brazil's June Festivals.
Please upgrade your browser for modern web functionality, a better user experience and improved security.Upgrade my browser
West of Salvador, this dramatic area is charactarised by table-top mountains, huge waterfalls and mysterious caves.
Chapada Diamantina is a National Park and nature reserve, located around 5 hours from Salvador de Bahia, along a sparsely populated plain, and is one of Brazil's best-kept secrets. The park is famed for its stunning table-top mountains, which afford superb views, but there are also numerous rivers, canyons and vast hidden caves decorated by shafts of green and blue light. It is home to Brazil's second tallest waterfall, so tall in fact that the water evaporates before it reaches the floor below, and welcoming lagoons in which you can swim or even zip-wire into. The Chapada boasts an unusual and varied flora, the most striking of which is its extensive variety of wild orchids.
Excellent for trekking, nature and outdoor activities, Lencois is the small town with a few reasonable but simple hotels.
Find inspiration from our selection of itinerary suggestions, a great starting point for your next tripView All
12 Nights from £3,348
14 Nights from £2,833
14 Nights from £3,921
13 Nights from £4,445
12 Nights from £2,216
20 Nights from £4,779
10 Nights from £2,360
14 Nights from £3,570
8 Nights from £2,670
6 Nights from £1,577
6 Nights from £1,542
6 Nights from £1,358
12 Nights from £4,538
Infuse your travels, with inspiration from our monthly newsletter.