Radical and adventure sports in Bahia and Northeast

The northeast has the best places and landscapes for the practice of extreme and adventure sports such as skydiving, diving, rafting, diving, kitesurfing and bodyboarding.

Radical and adventure sports in Bahia and Northeast

Bahia was born with great potential for extreme sports.

At sea, it has the grandeur of the Baía de Todos os Santos and more than a thousand kilometers of coastline, stretching from Costa dos Coqueiros, on the border with Sergipe, to Costa das Baleias, in the extreme south.

There are more than 40 tourist destinations and 300 beautiful beaches, which give tourists the possibility to do whatever they want to exercise and have fun.

For those looking to mix extreme sports, nature and adventure, the challenge will be to decide where and what to do.

Biking, canoeing/buoy-crossing, canyoning, horseback riding, diving, motorcycling, motocross, skydiving, sport fishing, rafting, sandboarding, surfing, abseiling, trekking and hang gliding are some of the options tailored for adventurers.

Among them, the mountains and caves arouse the desire for a challenge with the practice of rappelling and climbing.

The more adventurous prefer cascading – rappelling down the waterfalls – exploring the beautiful waterfalls.

The city of Paulo Afonso is one of the favorite places to practice extreme sports.

The area near the São Francisco canyon is the starting point for extreme rappelling sports, as well as the Ponte Metálica is the most suitable point for bungee-jumping.

Owner of a rugged terrain, from which numerous waterfalls sprout, Chapada Diamantina has excellent spots for rappelling and canyoning.

If descending hills, buildings and viaducts are already causing such a stir among practitioners of these sports, it is possible to imagine the level of adrenaline and contentment reached when the scenarios are the main hills and waterfalls in the Lençóis region.

Radical and adventure sports in Bahia and Northeast

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