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December 26, 2020-January 2, 2021


We're ending the year in Rio de Janeiro & Salvador Bahia, Brazil. This culturally immersed Afro-Brazilian experience will be like no other as we dance the new year-end, under the stars. 


WHY BRAZIL? Over nearly three centuries from the late 1500s to the 1860s, Brazil was consistently the largest destination for African slaves in the Americas. In that period, approximately 4.9 million enslaved Africans were imported to Brazil.  Rio de Janeiro: Brazil’s history and culture are as diverse as the country’s landscape – from the lush, thick rainforests of the Amazon jungle to the majestic Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio de Janeiro to Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer’s man-made wonders in Brasilia to the sparkling white sandy beaches in Floripa. But it’s really the multiethnic people and the melting pot of cultures that set Brazil apart from other popular travel destinations. 

Salvador de Bahia: Salvador de Bahia, Brazil’s third-largest city, is no exception to that rule. It’s palpable when you step off the airplane and enter the city limits… this metropolitan hub clearly celebrates its rich Afro-Brazilian history and culture. During Brazil’s slave trade from 1501 to 1866, Angolans became part of the country’s history and multicultural tapestry by diversifying Brazil’s indigenous and Portuguese traditions. Salvador has approximately 2.71 million inhabitants. The city has beaches that you can enjoy all year round, spicy food that is still called by its African names (Carurú, Vatapá, Acarajé, etc.). Salvador is the city of the ceremonies of the Candomblé (Yoruban) religion which combines African and Catholic (syncretic) symbolism. In Salvador, you will meet and see people of all ages practicing Capoeira and dancing to Axé music. All this, plus the exotic people known for their love, affection and dance, make Salvador this very special place. 

Not included:

  • Transportation within Brazil that are not part of the organized activities

  • Meals not specified in the itinerary

  • Tips to tour guides and drivers are not included (please tip)

  • Travel/health insurance - This is required for all those traveling with The Global Intent. We recommend our partner: Allianz Travel Insurance

  • Suggested or required Immunizations: Check with the CDC here

  • Passport/visa fees (no VISA is required for Brazil)


What's Included?

  • Welcome Packet: Detailed itinerary, packing list, departure checklist, and destination information.

  • Onsite Staff in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador Bahia: We’ve arranged for you to have a group leader of #TheCrew who will be with you the entire trip so you can relax and enjoy your vacation.

  • Round-trip Airfare: International Flight To/From US (Miami) to Brazil + Domestic Flight To/From Rio de Janeiro & Salvador, Bahia

  • Hotel Accommodations: Comfortable double occupancy accommodations: 2 Nights in Rio de Janeiro + 3 Nights in Salvador, Bahia

  • Welcome Dinner: Welcome Dinner at Steak house in Rio de Janeiro

  • Meals: Breakfast Daily

  • Group Activities (include, but not limited to): Full day tour to Corcovado, Sugar Loaf in Rio de Janeiro, Samba Class & Lower city tour of Salvador, Pelourinho Tuesday’s Saints & Sounds

  • NYE Celebration: 3-course dinner followed by a party at Varanda Sesi with a live band

  • Airport Ground Transfers: Ground transportation is being provided to/from the airport.

  • Local Transportation: Transportation for all tours is also included

Airfare: This will include round-trip flights to/from the Miami, FL, to/from Rio de Janeiro, and to/from Salvador, Bahia. Flights are booked and reserved as a group departing from Miami, FL. Flights from your specific departure city will be your responsibility.


Service Project: We will have a culturally immersed experience with locals in the villages of Bahia. More details will be provided before our departure.


The Global Intent is happy to offer a payment plan via our partners at Once the deposit is made, scheduled automatic payments will be due on the 15th of each month. If you would like to pay more than the scheduled payment amount, you are free to do so.


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