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Private Tour To BRAZIL

Private Tour To Brazil – South America’s largest and arguably most seductive country continues to turn heads – and not merely for its breathtaking beaches and hedonistic festivals. Today, energy-independent Brazil basks in the glow of a surging economy and some notable successes combating social problems – not to metion their winning bid for the 2016 Olympic Games. Football remains a big source of pride (Brazil has one more World Cup titles than any other nation), as is the country’s incredible biodiversity: Brazil is: after all, home to the greatest assortment of plant and animal life on earth. It’s no wonder that locals claim ‘Deus e brasileiro’ (God is Brazillian).

Best time to visit in Brazil

November to April on the coast, and May to September in the Amazon and the Pantanal

Best time to visit in Brazil

November to April on the coast , and May to September in the Amazon and the Pantanal

Places to visit in Brazil

  • Ipanema Beach, Rio’s lovelisest and most fabled strech of coastline.
  • The enchanting colonial centre of Salvador, the Afro-Brazilian soul of the country.
  • The thunderous Iguacu Falls surrounded by Atlantic rainforest.
  • A football match at Maracana stadium in Rio, Brazil’s great temple to their national addiction.
  • The spectacular island of Fernando de Moronha, with gorgeous beahces and world-class diving.

Places to visit in Brazil

  • Ipanema Beach , Rio’s lovelisest and most fabled strech of coastline.
  • The enchanting colonial centre of Salvador , the Afro-Brazilian soul of the country.
  • The thunderous Iguacu Falls surrounded by Atlantic rainforest.
  • A football match at Maracana stadium in Rio , Brazil’s great temple to their national addiction.
  • The spectacular island of Fernando de Moronha , with gorgeous beahces and world-class diving.

Top things to do in Brazil

  • Go wildlife-watching in the Pantanal, home to the greatest concentration of fauna in the New World.
  • Peer out ever the world’s most famous rainforest from a canopy tower in the Amazon.
  • Dance to samba at an old-school dance hall in Rio’s fabled Lapa discrict.
  • Join the mayhem of Brazil’s biggest street party at carnaval in Rio, Salvador or Olinda.
  • Hike amid dramatic mountain scenery in the Chapada Diamantina.

Top things to do in Brazil

  • Go wildlife-watching in the Pantanal , home to the greatest concentration of fauna in the New World.
  • Peer out ever the world’s most famous rainforest from a canopy tower in the Amazon.
  • Dance to samba at an old-school dance hall in Rio’s fabled Lapa discrict.
  • Join the mayhem of Brazil’s biggest street party at carnaval in Rio , Salvador or Olinda.
  • Hike amid dramatic mountain scenery in the Chapada Diamantina.

Discover Brazil

  • Read Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon by Brazil’s most famous writer, Jorge Amado, for a colourful portrait of early 20th-century Bahia.
  • Listen to the addictive Afro-Brazilian rhythms of Jorge Benjor, or the classic bossa nova grooves of Joao Gilberto.
  • Watch The poignant Central do Brasil (Central Station), Walter Salles’ Academy Award-winning film set in Rio and the northeast.
  • Eat feijoada (a black bean and pork stew), or moqueca (a rich Bahian fish stew with coconut milk).
  • Drink acai (a juice made from an Amazonian berry) and caipirinhas made with cachaca (a sugar-cane alcohol), crushed limes and sugar.

Discover Brazil

  • Read Gabriela , Clove and Cinnamon by Brazil’s most famous writer , Jorge Amado , for a colourful portrait of early 20th-century Bahia.
  • Listen to the addictive Afro-Brazilian rhythms of Jorge Benjor , or the classic bossa nova grooves of Joao Gilberto.
  • Watch The poignant Central do Brasil (Central Station) , Walter Salles’ Academy Award-winning film set in Rio and the northeast.
  • Eat feijoada (a black bean and pork stew) , or moqueca (a rich Bahian fish stew with coconut milk).
  • Drink acai (a juice made from an Amazonian berry) and caipirinhas made with cachaca (a sugar-cane alcohol) , crushed limes and sugar.

Brazil Highlights

Carnaval, football, bossa nova, samba, beaches, the Amazon, favelas (shanty towns)

Brazil Highlights

Carnaval , football , bossa nova , samba , beaches , the Amazon , favelas (shanty towns)

One word for Brazil Tourism

Tudo bem? (All’s well?)

One word for Brazil Tourism

Tudo bem? (All’s well?)
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