Dendê Coast

Costa do Dendê (Dendê Coast) is a true paradise of beaches, bays and mangroves in the Maraú Peninsula, Morro de São Paulo, Tinharé Archipelago, Maraú, Boipeba, Camamu and Barra Grande.

Bahians have everything to be proud of the Dendê Coast.

Tourism on the Dendê Coast

The Tinharé Archipelago, for example, gathers 36 paradisiacal islands. The third largest in Brazil, Camamu Bay, in turn, is home to an ecological sanctuary: ten unexplored islands, with primitive vegetation and traditional coconut groves.

The tour of the Costa do Dendê begins on the island of Boipeba, which stands out for its diversity of ecosystems.

The natural pools of Moreré are a spectacle apart.

The next stop is Maraú.

Between Camamu Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, the peninsula boasts islands, beaches, lagoons, waterfalls, natural pools, mangroves, forest and rivers.

The tour includes Barra Grande and its cinematic beaches, as well as the stunning Itacaré, with its vast expanse of beaches surrounded by coconut groves and white sands.

Rivers, waterfalls, virgin forests, sandbanks and mangroves complete the stunning natural scenery, which invites you to practice abseiling, rafting, canoeing, hiking, ecological trails and surfing.

Tourism and Travel Guide

Dendê Coast

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