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There are many reasons to think that Bahia is indeed a sacred land. Full of stunning scenery, it seems that the gods have been more generous with this northeastern and exuberant stretch that enchants everyone. That’s why the How Much Traveling has selected 10 places not to miss in Bahia to go as soon as possible. Impossible to define which is the most beautiful beach in the state, which has one of the most enviable coastal shores of this planet. The favorable climate, the nature, the good food and the friendly people make the destination a trip of those that no one wants to return home. No matter where you are, one thing is guaranteed: unforgettable landscapes. In Prado, where there are beautiful beaches and a friendly little town, be sure to visit Ponta do Corumbau, on the edge of the National Park of Monte Pascoal, at the northern end of the municipality.

Within the Maraú Peninsula, the pools of Taipus de Fora are immense and carry many marine species, seen through the naked eye. Besides observing, you can dive between them, being closer to nature. The ideal is to visit the pools during a full moon or new moon, when the tide becomes drier and exposes more corals. One of the most fabulous places in the country, the Chapada has attractions for all tastes. At Fazenda Pratinha, in Iraquara, it is worth to visit Pratinha Cave, where you can float in intensely blue and transparent waters. On the same property is the Blue Grotto, a translucent lake where you can not dive because of the depth, which reaches 70 meters. The look impresses.  The Abrolhos archipelago is perfect for those who want to know the marine life closely. Discovered in 1503, it is one of the best spots in the world for diving, where the crystal clear waters invite everyone to explore the fauna and the corals.

Part of the so-called Costa do Descobrimento, the city south of Bahia is 20 km from Porto Seguro and still close to Trancosa and Arraial d’Ajuda. The almost deserted beaches attract tourists in search of tranquility, while adventurers go behind the waves of Arakakaí. In Coroa Vermelha there is part of the indigenous culture in the handicraft. Honeymoon scenery of many couples, Arraial d’Ajuda has beaches that resemble the Caribbean. Former fishing village, today it has enough tourism infrastructure, but still reserves wild beaches, such as Taípe, Fisherman and Araçaípe. It is also worth to visit Eco Park, an aquatic park integrated to the Atlantic Forest, and the Aquarium Island, with attractions for the whole family.

The resort named Tupi, which means “great variation of the tide”, is a rustic fishing village where peace reigns. The beaches maintain a wild side, bringing together incredible landscapes that include cliffs, clear water streams and coconut groves. Even so, it has good infrastructure to receive tourists, often coming from Corumbau. Part of Costa do Cacau, south of Salvador, Itacaré gathers breathtaking beaches and waterfalls. Being close to the Atlantic Forest, it attracts ecotourists who venture in trails, abseiling, tree climbing and rafting. Those who enjoy the beach find beautiful scenery where green waters bathe the sand partly covered by vegetation. In the village, the nightlife is lively and the parties roll until the sun rises.

Instantly linked to good mood, chocolate has the power to increase serotonin, which brings the sensation of pleasure in our body, and endorphin, linked directly to well-being. Synonymous with happiness and often used to calm the nerves, the sweet becomes the theme of this post, which brings together seven  cities to eat chocolate in Brazil . No matter if it is Easter period or not, for chocolatiers there is no bad time or ideal time to savor a good piece of dessert that has origin of cocoa, fruit in abundance in the country. Creamy, hot, ice-cold, bar, sliced, with fruit, stuffed or pure, chocolate takes on the most diverse forms and, incredible as it seems, manages to make people love them all. Meet some cities where you can not only taste and take the delights home, but follow the manufacturing process and learn more about this gastronomic wonder.

This little town in Rio is very charming and to complete it has great options for chocolatiers. Inside the so-called Little Finland is Joulupukin Suklaa (Santa’s Chocolate), where there are chocolates of all kinds, including mini fondues, which make a damn success. The delights come from Casa do Chocolate, which is in the Jardim Martinelli neighborhood. There happens the production and also the sale of several flavors and shapes of the candy. The capital of Paraná is also famous for chocolate. The neighborhood of Santa Felicidade is dedicated entirely to the sweet, that is spread by several stores like of the Florybal, the same one of Gramado. For there, other brands are also present, such as Ana Tereza, Icab, Casa de Chocolates, Caracol Chocolates, among others. Fábrica da Garoto, a traditional Brazilian chocolate brand, is located in Espírito Santo and has become a tourist attraction in the capital.


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Known fondly as Brasiloche , San Carlos de Bariloche , in Argentina , it goes far beyond the snow that so much attracts the Brazilians during the month of July, in high season. The lakeside town of Nahuel Huapi is an amusement park for those who enjoy sports, gastronomy, luxury and ecotourism. In low season, hotel and airline prices are up to 40% cheaper . There are dozens of attractions for tourists hungry for fun or for a bit of tranquility in the middle of the Andes, on the border with Chile . Those who enjoy or are curious about snowboarding or skiing can play on the slopes of  Cerro Catedral , which has 53 lanes for various levels of knowledge and all the necessary infrastructure.

Other popular activities at the destination are trekking, mountain-biking, trout fishing and canoeing. During the low-season months it is possible to take walks in the woods, enjoy the look of the mountains, take a ride on a steam train from 1912 and get to know the local gastronomy , which stands out for the chocolates and their factories, the smoked meats and the houses of teas. Enjoy the tour to visit  San Martin de Los Andes,  260km from Bariloche. Known also as Cerro Chapelco, it has landscapes that resemble Canada, full of lakes and woods with coniferous trees. The place can be accessed by air or by land, with buses and vans, which has the advantage plus a ride between landscapes.