Imbassai, a paradisiacal option in the north of Brazil
63 kilometers north of Salvador Airport and near to the south of Praia do Forte, Imbassai is a town full of charm and white beaches
Imbassai has stood out in recent years as one of the most chosen destinations for those seeking tranquility and tropical beauty in northern Brazil. This small village, surrounded by a native and unspoiled flora, offers its visitors a time of relaxation and natural connection. It has a temperate climate all year round and temperatures between 30 ° and 40 ° throughout the year.
"Being just one hour away from the International Airport of Salvador de Bahia, this paradise is convenient for tourists who want to enjoy tranquility and family activities in a quiet paradise but with close access," explains Agueda Iglesias, Marketing Manager for Latin America of the Chain Palladium Hotel Group.
What can you visit in this little paradise in the north of Brazil?
One of the most recommended activities to do in Imbassaí is the visit to the TAMAR project, a sanctuary for the protection of sea turtles and some other aquatic species, in Praia do Forte, which was founded in 1980. This course is also plagued by a rich historical, cultural and natural, which closes with a great night show and receives 600 thousand visits per year. Within this walk, the "Tamar Project" museum was listed as one of the 5 most visited museums in Brazil, according to the Brazilian Institute of Museums (IBRAM).
In addition, Imbassai is located a few kilometers from the oldest city in Brazil, Salvador. Characterized by its European and African architecture, there you can enjoy theaters, carnivals and tour the mythical soccer fields of Espote Clube Bahia and Espote Clube Vitória, the most important clubs of the city. Therefore, Salvador, besides having beautiful beaches, guarantees tourists historical landscapes with baroque churches, monuments and period houses.
The Natural Reserve
Another of the great attractions of Imbassaí, is its Reserva, a protected area that beautifies the town of nature, white sands and coconut trees. For nature lovers, there is no better option in the Reserve than to rest in it, where the Spanish hotel chain Palladium Hotel Group has Grand Palladium Imbassaí Resort & Spa. Within the hotel, you can do activities like diving, tennis or zumba and It also offers an à la carte variety of Brazilian, Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine with dishes to suit all tastes.
"The success of our hotel in Brazil is summed up in an excellent service - and an unbeatable location in the middle of one of the most beautiful nature reserves in Brazil" - concludes Iglesias.