Mucuri Travel Guide, Brazil
Mucuri is a beautiful tropical town in the eastern part of Brazil 28 miles from Salvador and 238 from Porto Seguro. It is one of the best kept secrets of this side of Brazil as it offers miles and miles of seashore without you having to deal with many tourists. Although the place is not deserted, you can enjoy the beach without having too much interruption from other tourists in the area. But even though it’s a tropical town, it’s a little bit elevated by seven meters. This means that the temperature of Mucuri could be hotter compared to other areas in Brazil.
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The beaches of Mucuri are the major source of income for the locals. Although tourism is increasingly becoming important for the locals, Mucuri could still be considered as a fishing and agricultural village. Many of the locals are still fishermen or have vast agricultural lands inland of Mucuri. This fact has added to the appeal of the village. The beauty of the shore is greatly complemented by the simplicity of the area. If there are no celebrations, you don’t have to deal with a lot of noise on the beach.
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But that doesn’t mean Mucuri is not a fun place to stay. It’s still one of the favorite places for partying in the region. The nightlife in Mucuri is never lacking. There are places in Mucuri where the fun starts early in the evening and doesn’t stop until midnight or even during the special dates, until early in the morning. Remember that the beach is a 35-kilometer stretch so there are places where you can enjoy privacy and places where you can have fun with your friends.
Most of the accommodations in Mucuri are family owned. This offers great advantage to tourists as they enjoy the best of Mucuri including the way of life.
Mucuri can be easily reached through Bahia. If you’re flying in by air, you’ll arrive in Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport. From that point, you can grab a taxi or a bus, which is more affordable compared to taxis. If you know a little bit of Portuguese, you can easily transfer from one bus to another until you reach your destination. It is highly recommended to stay in Bahia for a day or two before transferring to Mucuri to have a good idea of the mode of transportation so that you will not get lost and end up spending more on transportation.
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