Aiming at the commitment to well-being, safety and agility in serving its customers, and counting on a team of ready partners and with the experience of more than 15 years in the Tourism market, the Transfer Lima Company's main objective is transport them to their tour destinations, whether to Morro de São Paulo, Salvador, as well as others, such as: Valença, Boipeba, Itacaré, Praia do Forte, Costa do Sauípe, etc.
“Happiness is not a station we arrive at, but a way of traveling. Count on Transfer Lima to take you there.”
I would like to express my immense satisfaction with the service provided by Transfer Aeroporto Maritime Terminal, a company with great punctuality, without commenting on the comfort of the vehicles and the cautious and safe driving of the drivers, education is also the strong point of the service, unparalleled treatment! The tour around the island was extremely safe and had great moments to enjoy, a day full of new things. Congratulations!
I would like to thank the company TRANSFER LIMA for their work, as we were very well attended to and assisted throughout the journey to and from Morro de São Paulo. Thank you for everything!
Upon arrival, I was welcomed by the sailor and was amazed at the punctuality of the services provided by the Company. Super recommended!
|DESTINATION||SSA x MSP||MSP x SSA|
|Tariffs||R$ 151.31*||R$ 138.71**|
* Tariff R$ 137.34 + TPP R$ 1.37 + Boarding tax R$ 12.60.
** Tariff R$137.34 + TPP R$1.37.
Distance (Salvador / Morro de São Paulo): 64 km or 34 nautical miles.
Attention: To enter Morro de São Paulo you must pay a fee that is only sold at the terminal in Morro de São Paulo. This fee is called TUPA – Single Environmental Preservation Fee, and is worth R$30.00 per person. Seniors do not pay and children up to 5 years old are also exempt from the fee.
The Boipeba tour, better known as the tour around the island of Tinharé, departs at 9:30 am, daily from the Third Beach of Morro de São Paulo. The first stop is at the Natural Pools of Garapuá and then at the Natural Pools of Moreré.
If tidal conditions permit, as the formation of the pools depends on it, passengers can practice diving with a mask and snorkel, renting them in advance. The next stop is at Cueiras Beach (one of the most preserved in the Archipelago) on Boipeba Island; where it is possible to taste Mr. Guido's famous lobster, mentioned in the Brazilian Four-Wheel Guide.
After the tasting, there is a beautiful and ecological walk of approximately 20 minutes to "Boca da Barra" beach, with several options for lunch in one of the seaside restaurants. At around 2:30 pm, we continue following channels (mangroves) and passing several islets, stopping for oyster tasting (environmental sustainability – farmed oysters) in Canavieras.
Afterwards, it continues around the Island of Tinharé, stopping at the Historic City of Cairu – headquarters of the Archipelago – and visiting the Convent of Santo Antônio, ending the tour at 5:00 pm returning to Morro de São Paulo.
Departing from the Salvador Maritime Terminal heading to Morro de São Paulo.