Bahia and North East
Fazenda Sao Francisco do Corumbau
Once a coconut farm, Fazenda Sao Francisco do Corumbau is now a beautiful, isolated boutique hotel about 125 miles by road south of Porto Seguro – a perfect location to enjoy a taste of wild southern Bahia in contemporary luxury.
The 10 spacious modern rooms are divided into 4 individual super deluxe bungalows, 2 suites on the upper level of the main building, and 2 duplex bungalows with 2 suites in each. All rooms have ocean views, their own private porch or terrace, air-conditioning and minibar. There is a communal lounge, 25-metre saltwater lagoon swimming pool, an imaginative restaurant serving Brazilian food with an international twist, and 15 km of unspoilt beach.
A range of optional activities are available or just relax in a hammock and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this unspoilt paradise.
Communal lounge, restaurant and 25 metre saltwater swimming pool and air-conditioning.
Kayaking, snorkelling, cycling, schooner rides, visits to an Indian reservation and hikes in the mangrove swamps.
The warmest months are from September to April. It is windier from May to August, and wettest in July.
If you have any questions regarding our Brazil tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965
Yes, I am back from a wonderfully amazing realisation of a dream to see a jaguar. Too good to put into words. Everything went like clockwork – Sao Paulo airport is a bit of a maze. I landed up pretty well having a one to one trip with my guides. Cristalino was magical with American guides Will and Gill Carter, very much a ‘Birders’ paradise, but I loved it. Then I went on to the Jaguar Research Centre for what turned out to be 3 1/2 days of pure heaven. ‘Fisher’, my guide was brilliant and we managed to see Wilson, Hugo, Duda (on 3 occasions) and an unidentified cat. The young Duda was amazing, we followed her for a whole morning moving along the river bank and then in the evening actually saw her swimming across it. Wonderful memories.