The SpaceThis tree house is naturally sited in the forest, 4 metres above the ground. It is made entirely out of wood: doors, windows with adjustable wooden slats instead of glass, walls, floor, shower and washbasin. The roof is covered with Piaçava (palm leaves). Here you live in an airy environment, which offers additional comfort and well-being in the rain forest environment.
To climb the tree house, you go up an comfortable exterior staircase to reach a terrace with a table and two chairs. From here, the entrance to the house leads into a small entrance hall with a kitchenette. Here there is a coffee filter machine, a micro wave oven and a small refrigerator. Directly beside it is a bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin.
From the lobby you go up 3 steps to reach the bedroom which has a double bed and large wardrobe, a mosquito net and ceiling fan.
What would a »lazy evening« on holiday be without TV? We have also thought of that. The bedroom is equipped with flat screen TVs to receive national and international TV programs.
In the tree house you're living fairly high above the ground. The best thing about a holiday in this tree houses is having access from the bedroom to the balcony with a hammock. At this height you almost become part of nature. Up here is where the monkeys and birds of the region live - and with a little luck guests will come eye-to-eye with them.
The tree house is built on stilts and is a simple wooden house but it provides all the comfort you would expect on holiday in an upmarket 3-star cottage.
The tree house can accommodate two people. The accommodation is suitable for a romantic holiday for a couple or a comfortable holiday for a solo traveller. Guest AccessMaybe you prefer an active holiday? Explore the area on a bicycle from the nearby bike rental. Our guests can enjoy relaxing afterwards or at any time in our Massage Cabana, a hut covered with Piaçava – palm leaves.
Near the beach a fresh water swimming pool invites for swimming fun. If you prefer swimming in the ocean, there is a direct access to the beach. There, pergolas provide pleasant shade. For relaxing comfortably, can use the hammocks, deck chairs and seating throughout the entire site.
In the middle in the forest, up to ten people can use two barbecue areas for get-togethers. Interaction with GuestsWe speak German, Portuguese, English, French, and Dutch. The NeighborhoodThe tree house is located in the »APA Santo Antonio« nature reserve. The property, surrounded by the natural environment of the rainforest, lies right beside the Santo André beach. This was justifiably classified by »Veja« magazine as one of the ten most beautiful and exotic beaches in Brazil.
The water at the »Praia de Santo André« (also: »Praia de Tartarugas« – Turtle Beach) is calm thanks to an offshore reef. This makes it ideal for bathing, and also for families with children. Thus far, this insider's tip in the region remains undiscovered by mass tourism.
Up until now, only sustainable tourism has been developed in the region. With this in mind, we have taken the appropriate measures. UV light is used instead of chlorine for treating the swimming pool and water purification.
The tranquil village has thus far remained a pleasant and quiet fishing village with little more than 800 inhabitants. From the hustle of Porto Seguro with all its beach bars you arrive from Santa Cruz Cabrália directly on the ferry over the Rio João de Tiba.
In recent years Santo André has become increasingly important. Here, upmarket ecotourism has developed with a markedly sophisticated infrastructure. For supplies during your holiday there are three grocery stores. You find also boutiques, arts and crafts workshops, and over a dozen restaurants, pubs and bars in the village.
An old Brazilian legend recounts the following about Santo André. An anxious father who was afraid of thieves buried a golden statue of Saint Andrew here. Who knows - maybe the gold of this statue has lent a particular gloss to the small fishing village?
Porto Seguro was founded in 1534 and is commonly acknowledged to be the birthplace of Brazil. In Santa Cruz Cabrália, the Portuguese Pedro Álvares Cabral stepped on Brazilian soil for the first time on 22 April, 1500. Porto Seguro is therefore one of the oldest cities in Brazil.
Porto Seguro is easily accessible and is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can enjoy a wonderful view of the coast from the historical upper town,. Anyone who likes hustle and bustle will discover vibrant life in the lower town. Shopping streets offer attractive shopping options during the daytime. Round off the evening with the best Bahian and international cuisine at the »Passarela do Descobrimento« with its many bars and restaurants.
Since 1993, the international airport in the city of Porto Seguro has contributed significantly to economic growth and tourism in this part of the country. Today, Porto Seguro is one of the most visited cities in Brazil.
The humid tropical climate of the region is one of the most pleasant in the world due to both the warm, moist winds from the South Atlantic and frequent strong winds from Patagonia.
An average temperature of 22°C in winter and 24°C in summer means our guests can enjoy beach life throughout the year. Getting AroundThere is a bus connection to Porto Seguro and Belmont. We offer transportation from and to the airport of Porto Seguro. Other Things to NoteVISAS
Citizens of the following countries can travel to Brazil as tourists or visitors for up to 90 days without a visa:
Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Morocco, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Surinam, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Vatican (Holy See), Venezuela.
Visitors from these countries require a valid passport or child ID. In addition, upon entry you must submit a valid return or onward ticket and proof of sufficient funds.
The above information is subject to correction.
The language spoken in Brazil. Brazilian Portuguese is slightly different from the Portuguese spoken in Portugal. The pronunciation is softer than in Portugal. The language spoken in the region has a significantly simplified grammar, as is the case throughout the country.
We speak German, English, Dutch, French, and Portugues.
Bahía is located in the GMT-3 time zone. The time difference between Bahia and Western Europe is 3 hours behind in the European winter (e.g. London 14:00 - Porto Seguro 11:00), in the European summer it is 4 hours behind (e.g. London 14:00 - Porto Seguro 10:00).
Brazil's currency is the Real, plural Reais. This currency has been heavily devalued at times. The economy has recovered and the Real is now a stable currency.
Paying with credit cards does not create any problems in most shops and restaurants. ATMs issue cash on Maestro, Cirrus, VISA and Master cards. Please look for the appropriate symbol on the ATM!
You can change dollars, euros or Swiss francs into Reais at the intial Brazilian airport. Purchasing Reais in your home country is generally not recommended.
If guests wish to bring currency into Brazil, amounts above a value of 10,000 Reais must be declared.
It is difficult to cash traveller cheques in Brazil and they usually incur high fees.
In Brazil the bill includes a percentage for tips. Guests wishing, for example, to take a taxi or use another service may also give an additional tip.
Rental cars or buggies are available at the airport or in Porto Seguro.
We will be happy to help with any formalities. An international driver's licence is recommended for vehicle rental.
In the village of Santo André medical emergencies are treated in the »Posto de Saude«. Santa Cruz Cabrália has a small hospital and the city of Porto Seguro has a large hospital. There are also numerous private hospitals, dentists and specialist medical practices in the region.
No special vaccinations are required for entry to Brazil. In addition to the standard vaccinations, we recommend that visitors have a yellow fever vaccination. Bahia is not a malarial area and prophylaxis is therefore not necessary.
Using an insect repellent is sufficient to protect you from dengue fever while on holiday. Guests can obtain products from most shops in the region.
The above information is subject to correction. If you have any questions or concerns (e.g. about adverse effects) please consult your GP.
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