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The Carneval in Salvador is very famous. You can buy the „Carneval shirt“ of a group, for example „Olodum“ & you can walk the cortejo with this group. To go with them is safe, there are a lot of security people around this groups.
100% recommendable if your not claustrophobic. Absolutely great experience.
Be aware to wear real shoes and don't take too much stuff which could get lost or robbed.
Crazy full and unfortunately a bit unsafe in some areas.
Anyhow- we enjoyed it as this is probably...More
Its certainly possible to just fly in to Salvador and enjoy Carnaval, but you wont be getting the best experience. Read up on how it is structured with the Pipoca, Trios Electricos, Blocos and Camarotes. Getting a good mix is recommended but try not to...More
The best and the biggest party on this planet. It’s incredible feeling on carnival. One week of party in several places of the city. For me the best place to stay is Morro do Gato in Ondina. If you like it a bit more chill,...More
Carnaval in Salvador is a one of a kind experience. You should definitely experience it.
It’s a HUGE party that lasts a week. There, you can meet several people from the most different places and really enjoy yourself.
You can experience it with any kind...More
Lovers of happy, music, dance and party should not miss this party in Salvador, BA. Every day of the party, a lot of fun with different artists of the Brasilian music. There are fun for people who likes less crowd, at camarotes, paying more, and...More
Carnaval has changed
but it is still exciting for first tie carnaval visitors
the central circuit offers samba, blocoas afro, axe blocos over the 6 nigths of carnal
something for everyone
do not take cell phone or anything expensive and flashy
wear comfy sneakers an...More
Best carnival in salvador amazing show and amazing people there they are lovely and they are helpful ,my friend told me that take care in salvador some people are scary , but I found that thy are amazing thy are friendly , we spend all...More