Blue Parallel Expands Offerings in the Amazon Basin, Bahia

Luxury tour operator Blue Parallel recently expanded offerings in Brazil and the Amazon Basin with new experiences custom designed to suit the individual interests and needs of your VIPs.

Bahia, Brazil is an enchanting coast of vegetation, miles of beaches and picturesque colonial architecture where European and African heritage have come together to form an exceptional way of life unique to the people of Bahia.

With Blue Parallel, VIPs can stay in a historic convent converted to luxury hotel in the colonial city of Salvador de Bahia (also known as the “capital of happiness”) then travel on by private helicopter to the hidden gem of Corumbau and the luxurious paradise of Trancoso, which was frequented for decades by Brazil’s most elite (and more recently by Hollywood stars and other notable figures).

Spectacular deserted beaches and estuaries of southern Bahia have offshore reefs creating uniquely calm and warm natural pools ideal for snorkeling at low tide; other VIP offerings might include private drumming classes with renowned local musicians, private Capoeira lessons on the beach, private boating excursions and countless other extremely exclusive services and accommodations. Additional details and a sample itinerary are available by clicking here.

The Amazon Basin is also a year-round destination that is one of the world’s greatest natural resources stretching across nine countries in South America with a great majority located in Brazil, Peru and Ecuador. Blue Parallel’s Amazon journeys include comfortable eco-lodges in the heart of the rainforest, private hydroplane transfers, personal hosts around the clock and expert naturalist guides. For the full itinerary, click here.

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