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Beautiful Brazil. This massive country is home to lush jungles and forests, pristine beaches, beautiful mountains, rivers raving with wildlife, and bustling cities. Experience a wild sports culture, traditional dances, native music, and breathtaking nature – all in one country.


  • Begin your tour amid magical nature. Board a classically designed riverboat in Manaus to experience the massive rain-forest while cruising along the amazing Amazon River, which is home to over 80,000 plant species and 30 million animal species.

  • Travel to Bahia, a state with a diverse terrain of tropical coasts and the dry-lands of the Sertão region. Here, you can learn Capoeira; a traditional Brazilian combination of dance, acrobatics, and martial arts. Explore Chapada Diamantina National Park. This nature reserve includes panoramic views of Paí Inácio Hill, the Fumaça Waterfall, and the Black Water Devil’s Pool, among many other natural wonders.

  • Tour Rio de Janeiro for the renown, annual Carnival! People from all over the world gather for the exciting celebrations. This week-long party includes a parade with traditional, colorful costumes, lavish balls at high-end nightclubs, samba music, dancing, street parties, and more.

  • Catch a football match to experience the Brazilian sports culture and soak up the sun on the pristine Ipanema Beach.

  • Stop in São Paulo, Brazil’s financial center. Visit the picturesque Ibirapuera Park to discover museums, a planetarium, and nature trails. Wander down the famous Paulista Avenue, known for shops, museums, cultural establishments, and big banks.

  • Travel to Paraná to continue exploring nature at its finest. Here, you will discover the powerful Iguacu Falls – a stunning site which makes up the largest waterfall system in the world.

Good to Know

  • Carnaval is held over the week leading up to Ash Wednesday

  • Visas are required for visits of a maximum 90 days

  • Brazil is the only country to be named after a tree

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