During summer (from December to March), the water is always warm and wave sizes range from 1 to 6 feet. However, we still have waves for all levels and skills.
From April through May, the waves are stronger and range from 3 to 9 feet. In winter (from July to September), there are more rainy days with waves up to 10 feet. From June to September, the weather is rainier and the water is cloudier.
You will find the most famous beaches between Serra Grande and Itacaré, such as Engenhoca, Itacarezinho, Jeribucaçu, Prainha and Praia do Pompilio.
We are located at km 31.7 of the highway that connects the city of Ilhéus to Itacaré, a region that belongs to the Costa do Cacau. Our bungalows are fully immersed in the forest and the area is managed following environmental laws. We are right on the beach and our guests can walk to the ocean from our bungalows.
We have a restaurant for guests only with a varied menu that includes the delights of our region, such as cashew moqueca and grilled fish in addition to other vegetarian and vegan dishes. Our breakfast is rich with plenty of fruits and flavors, not to mention the view that is an explosion of colors to feed the eyes.
There are three bungalows for couples, with a bathroom and external area (wooden deck) Frigobar, fan; Air conditioning, hairdryer, one family bungalow, one bedroom that leads to 2 double beds, full kitchen, bathroom, living room (converts to a bedroom, deck, gourmet area, outdoor shower. All bungalows are private, just a few steps from the beach.
We have an organic garden and we value the conscious use of our resources. We are partners in socio-environmental projects such as O Mecenas da Vida, receiving the title of Guardian of the Climate. Numerous species of birds, reptiles, and mammals visit our place every day.
Near the viewpoint of Serra Grande, you will be able to reach Itacaré's beautiful beaches, waterfalls, and trails. Ilhéus is 39 km from Bahia das Jangadas while Itacare is 32 km away. The nearest airport is Ilhéus/Bahia Airport - Jorge Amado, 46 km from the guest house, and the property offers an airport shuttle service at an additional cost.
We are located in Serra Grande, a district of the city of Uruçuca, in the south of Bahia. This region is known as the "Cocoa Coast" and is famous for its biodiversity in terms of both fauna and flora, a rich topography, as well as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This is an environmental protection area where we can find some state and national parks and famous surf spots throughout Brazil.
The Pousada Bahia das Jangadas is located in the heart of the Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, it takes its name in honor of the "jangadeiros", who are artisanal fishermen from the region who go out to sea in search of mainly Mahi Mahi and Bass.
They are specialists in fishing for these fish and have their traditional knowledge passed on from generation to generation.
Its Jangadas are produced with specific trees, known as Paus de Jangada, which are endemic to the region. Here at the inn, we value the culture and the local community and we are always integrated, participating, and encouraging the insertion of the community in the economy generated by tourism.
My name is Magno and I am passionate about nature, I am a cowboy with family heritage and a surfer of choice, I have been surfing since I was 12 years old and chose a profession that allowed me to always live close to the sea, I graduated in Biology at UESC where I also studied Foreign Languages. Having already decided to make a living from surfing, I took my 1st International ISA Instructor course in 2018 in Peniche - Portugal,
I am currently graduating as Sports Technician with an Emphasis on Surfing at Universidade Lusófona de Lisboa. I'm a fan of Free Surf and I prioritize contact with nature and practice without pressure. Fun is in charge. I like the old style and I'm also a fan of surfing on different boards.
On earth, I'm a fan and adept of downhill surf and longboard simulators I am a wanderlust traveler in the search for surf spots and I have experience surfing and teaching on 4 continents.
I have taught people from 4 to 70 years old and I use a lot of environmental education to better integrate with the environment. I train apnea and conscious breathing and I like to bring this experience to my students. I teach a mini-course in breathing for those who want to break the barrier of fear and getting out of trouble. I have a lifeguard course from the Royal Society of Great Britain, surf lifeguards from IBRASURF, and I am attentive and meticulous in my activities in the water.
I am currently Head Coach and Instructor at SurfcampForYou, based in Portugal and Sri Lanka and I have partnerships with surf trip companies like Mahalo Surf Experience.