Traveling through this part of Brazil is a great adventure, so why don't you take a road trip and visit a couple of the other population centers in the vicinity of Baixio. Porto de Sauipe, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast, and Conde, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south of Baixio are also well worth checking out.
No matter what your spiritual beliefs, visitors are guaranteed to find a little serenity at Bahia 's cathedrals and other holy sites. Tourists in Bahia should go to the area's open-air exhibits and open-air markets.
Availing yourself of local expertise is the perfect way for visitors to get familiar with a new place. Sign up to one of the fascinating wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and guided nature walks. There are some exciting ways to enjoy the great outdoors around Baixio. Hiking and mountain climbing are just two ways active visitors can get their fix.
Maybe one of the most endearing compliments you can make to the locals you meet on your travels is to put in the effort of a little of their language. Why don't you try "Você é bem-vindo" This translates to "You're welcome" And, knowing "Queres dançar comigo? ", which translates to "Would you like to dance with me?", can be a good conservation starter.
As you conclude your journey, gather your luggage and wish Brazil a fond Adeus (farewell).