The following tour is an example. Feel free to add days or other destinations, like Rio de Janeiro, Buzios or Foz de Iguaçu. 


Day 1 - 5, Salvador:

Transfer in to a choice of hotels, where you will stay 4 nights.
During your stay, you´ll play the 18 holes courses at Praia do Forte Iberostar and Costa do Sauipe. Options for your free day are a local tours, a city tour in Salvador and, depending on the season, possibly whale watching, or of course just play an extra round of golf!

Where to stay:

Praia do Forte Eco Resort:
A very chic and peaceful hotel on the beach. Walking distance to the small but lively "down town" of the fishing village Praia do Forte, with it's bars, boutiques and restaurants. Just 15 minutes drive to the Iberostar Golf course, and 40 minutes to the Costa do Sauipe

A modern and luxurious all inclusive hotel, just beside the golf course and the ocean.

Golf and Spa of Costa do Sauipe:
The hotel is part of the biggest complex of hotel resorts in Brazil and is situated just between the Golf course and the Beach, and provides not just great golf but an enormous range of activity and relaxation choices.

Day 5 - 7, Ilheus:

Transfer to Salvador Airport and short flight to Ilheus.
Transfer of 30 minutes to the Hotel Transamerica on the island of Ilha de Comandatuba.
18 holes at the Comandatuba Ocean Course
Options on your free day: diving, fishing, watersports, tennis and many, many others

Day 7 - 10, Trancoso:

Transfer to Ilheus, flight to Porto Seguro and transfer to beautiful Trancoso.
Option: Private flight directly to Trancoso!
18 holes at the amazing Terra Vista golf course
A great option on your free day is to visit the wonderful beach of Praia do Espelho 

See more about the Destinations


Praia do Forte is a lovely coastal village just north of Salvador, where the enduring old spirit of a Bahian fishing community lives on. Good restaurants, lively bars and boutiques, great golf nearby, sophisticated places to stay, and of course the sun, sea and sand.


Salvador is full of colonial charm and Bahian culture, an assault on the senses, the oldest and most historic city in Brazil. A strong and ever present African influence is found in the food, the music, the religion and the people. Salvador is a very special place, with an electric atmosphere.


The lovely former fishing village of Trancoso has a truly magical atmosphere. Experience wonderful nearby beaches by day, and the quiet, rustic chic of this picturesque and charming village by night, with it's excellent restaurants, pousadas and boutique style hotels.