Seamlessly Reach Morro de São Paulo’s Tropical Paradise with SouthAmerica.travel

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Southamerica.travel introduces new hassle free connection from Rio de Janeiro to the Brazilian beach paradise of Morro de São Paulo!

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SouthAmerica.travel flies their clients from any Brazilian airport to Morro by connecting them at the Salvador airport to charter planes that connect you seamlessly with the island no matter where you are coming from.

You never heard of Morro de São Paulo? You should have! Morro de São Paulo is a tropical paradise, with its pristine beaches and laid back style. Morro de São Paulo, or Morro as the locals call it, is located just a few miles off the coast from Salvador da Bahia, the first capital of Brazil and a showcase for colonial baroque art!

However, getting to Morro is time-consuming and challenging. The traditional route is notably difficult for international tourists on a tight time budget. It involves taking the one-time daily boat from Salvador. Rough waters of the All Saints Bay included. Then travelers must trek from the pier to chosen Posada, on an island without cars. Almost inevitably, staying one night in Salvador is necessary before transfering to the island. Hence, practically no international tourists or anyone outside of Brazil speak of Morro.

Now, SouthAmerica.travel has changed that scenario for their clients: SouthAmerica.travel flies their clients from any Brazilian airport to Morro by connecting them at the Salvador airport to charter planes that connect you seamlessly with the island no matter where you are coming from. Also, should you travel with heavy luggage SouthAmerica.travel offers a land/boat transfer just for your luggage straight to the posada on the island.

This new and easy route to the beach is especially interesting for those that come to Brazil for its Baroque jewels like Ouro Preto, Tiradentes, and Salvador and as of recently -again- Rio de Janeiro. That’s right! Rio de Janeiro is not only Corcovado and Sugar Loaf. Rio also stands out for its colonial heritage! Now that the waterfront viaduct is down - Bostonians and Seattleites know what I am talking about - suddenly Rio’s palaces along the waterfront complete with the new Museum of Tomorrow and Rio Art Museum are shining again and invite you for a stroll along the water with incredible vistas of the surrounding landscape.

About Us: SouthAmerica.travel is a tour operator specialized in custom South America tour planning for travelers worldwide from its offices in Seattle, Lima, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Stuttgart. The website offers hundreds of sample itineraries as well as local phone numbers in 88 countries. SouthAmerica.travel offers 4-star & 5-star South America Tours to Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and more. Licensed and bonded in the U.S., SouthAmerica.travel has been sharing its love of travel to South America since 1999 and is proud of its A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau and ASTA affiliation. SouthAmerica.travel - Our name is our passion™

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