Bahia by Night Tour

Bahia by Night Folkloric Dance Dinner Show is your chance to witness a true Afro-Bahian cultural experience. At this colorful event, you'll experience a true Afro-Bahian cultural performance. The exciting music and dance, performed by native Afro-Bahian dancers who'll transport you to another place in time.

This magical evening starts off with dinner, an International Buffet which also features local Bahian delicacies. You'll be treated to a delicious dinner buffet at our partner restaurant located in the historic Pelourinho district. At this informal affair you can get a taste of the popular dish feijão that is essentially a flavorful stew of beans with beef and pork, its name derives from the Portuguese word feijão, meaning 'beans'. In its Brazilian incarnation, it is usually prepared with black beans, although white, pinto and red are also acceptable, which are combined in a thick clay pot.

The folkloric dances and songs are presented in a spectacular manner, featuring pulsating rhythms, sensual movements, and beautiful costumes. The variety of songs and dances, such as the Nigerian Yoruba Religious style (Candomblé), the Fisherman's Rituals, and the Samba Dance, will prepare the audience for the climax of the show. The show reaches its zenith during the "Capoeira", a Brazil's form of martial arts.

Our guests will be memorized when the dancers display their awesome physical talent, performing flips and amazing twists and turns. As the show comes to a close, everyone who witnessed this unforgettable evening will gain a greater awareness and love for Afro-Bahian food, song, and dance.

salvador-brazilian-food-18Remember, Brazil is the world's third-largest exporter of beef, so you'll enjoy an array of tasty meats when you tour Brazil. Since Salvador is located at the mouth of South America's largest bay (All Saints Bay) seafood is plentiful and delicious!

This Bahia by Night tour excursion can be booked separately from your existing itinerary. Please tap here to book now or get more info. Click here for more tasty tidbits about Brazilian food.