Brazil is the largest country in South America and seemingly has it all: beaches, cities, rivers and rainforest, wildlife, unique cultures and cuisines, national parks, UNESCO sites. The Amazon basin with the greatest biological diversity in the world. The Pantanal, the world's largest tropical wetland and an ecosystem with an incredible number of flora and fauna species. Rio de Janeiro, one of the world's greatest cities. Brazil's beaches stretch its entire Atlantic coast. You can spend a lifetime in Brazil and never see it all.
Immerse yourself in their enthusiasm and you'll soon realize the impact that living in year-round temperatures of 30 degrees C (that's 85 degrees F) can have on your temperament.
Starting in the famous Rio de Janeiro, where the view from the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue is unforgettable and the city vibrates to the beat of the samba, the whole country is your proverbial oyster. From the dramatic network of the tumbling Iguazu Falls in the south, to the eastern beaches of colonial Salvador, there is a Brazilian landscape for everyone.
If you'd rather fish for piranhas in a dug-out canoe than relax on the palm-lined beaches of Bahia, then the Amazon rainforest is calling. To hang out with the lusophones (Portuguese-speakers), you'll need to head where the locals go. Beach-wise that's Trancoso, an area of stunning national parks and protected coastline, where tourism is limited in order to reduce the cultural and environmental impact.
And now it's even easier to visit Brazil!
We are happy to announce that Brazil is waiving the Visa requirements for citizens of the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan effective as of June 17, 2019. Details can be found here.
Visit Rio, the Amazon, Lençois Maranhenses National Park and Salvador with a small group of enthusiastic travelers.
Duration:: 13 days, 12 nights
Experience three diverse parts of Brazil: exotic Rio de Janeiro at a Copacabana beach hotel, the majestic Iguacu Falls, deep in the remote Amazon River jungle at an all-inclusive lodge.
Duration:: 10 days, 9 nights
The best of Brazil's natural history combines 3 diverse ecosystems: breathtaking Iguacu Falls, the wildlife of the Pantanal grasslands, the Amazon rainforest.
Duration:: 12 days, 11 nights
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