Things That I Want To Do In Brazil This Time
“Peculiar travel suggestions are dancing lessons from God.” Kurt Vonnegut
Eat At Mocoto In Sao Paulo again.
Wander around Pelourinho. It is the old city in Salvador. Bahia, with colonial architecture and cobblestone streets. Salvador is filled with music, dance, capoeira schools, restaurants and bars.
Experience a Candobie ceremony in Salvador. Candobie is a religion that melds together the traditions, customs and deities of African religions, Catholicism and even some indigenous beliefs. An opportunity to experience a candomblé service or ceremony is a fantastic way to see the Afro-Brazilian culture come alive, and the ceremonies often involve music and dancing and are held throughout the year.
See the art in Bahia – street, galleries, museums.
Spend the day on a boat going to different beaches near Salvador.
Stay at a lodge in the Pantanal. The best place in South America to see wildlife is not the Amazon but the Pantanal, a Florida-size wetland on the far western edge of Brazil that bursts with animals — capybaras, caimans, jaguars, anacondas, giant otters, colorful hyacinth macaws, kites, hawks, and flocks of storks and herons .
Do a jaguar tracking tour in the Pantanal. Ii is not a guarantee as it is late in the season but there might be smaller cats such as the ocelot, as well as other animals such as foxes, howler monkeys, and caiman. Tapirs, giant anteaters, capybara, and peccaries, all rare in most of their remaining habitats, are seen here.
Take a boat down the river and see all the birds and fish.
Go Piranha fishing and eating.