Brazil is one of the world's largest countries, as well as one of its most complex and intriguing. The country boasts one of the world's most spectacular economies. This country is brimming with history, culture, religion, and world-class sports. This fascinating nation is bordered by a spectacular Amazon rain forest and lovely tropical seas, with fascinating people, plants, and creatures. Travelers will find Brazil to be one of the most intriguing tourism locations on the planet.
See why you should visit to Brazil at least once.
The magnificent Brazil Beaches
Along Brazil's coastline, there are more than 2,000 beaches. A remote and refined paradise is only 160 kilometers from Rio de Janeiro. Welcome to Bzios, a breathtaking peninsula with over 20 wonderful beaches and crystal-clear sea. After bombshell Brigitte Bardot and her Brazilian lover vacationed here in the early 1960s, the peaceful fishing town was transmitted into popular culture. Bzios is now an affluent coastal resort with a variety of stores and great eateries.
These spectacle falls with three names (Iguazu, Iguassu, Iguaçu) – this astonishing sight is where 250 waterfalls plunge into the river on the border between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. People claim Niagara Falls is nothing compared to Iguazu Falls, and we believe them based on everything we've read, seen, and heard. Why don't you have a look at them for yourself?
Charismatic Brazil is known for its extremely popular Carnival, which brings the city to life with extravagant costumes, street dance, and parties that go until dawn. When it comes to Carnival, Rio has set the bar high.
Experience the incredible Brazilian Culture:
Brazilians are recognized for their particular music and dancing traditions and are strong traditional supporters of soccer, family, and festivities. The music festivals and great theatrical productions that take place throughout the year are one of the most compelling reasons to visit Brazil.
Vegetarians beware - Brazil is a meat-paradise. eater's Churrasco is a Portuguese and Spanish name for cooking meat over hot coals, generally on skewers. If you enjoy BBQ and excellent cuts of meat, and feel that a dinner isn't complete without it, you've discovered a winning cuisine in Brazil.
Christ the Redeemer:
You've probably seen the statue of Christ with his arms outstretched, staring out over Rio de Janeiro. A helicopter flight over the crest of the 700-meter Corcovado Mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park provides swirling panoramic vistas. At the foot of the 30-meter-tall monument, you may ride the eco-friendly cog railway through the gorgeous park and take in the breathtaking panoramic views of Rio de Janeiro's neighborhoods, bays, and beaches.
Cachaça, Brazil's most popular alcoholic spirit, is the essence of a tropical cocktail. The distilled liquor is made from sugarcane juice and is used lovingly in the traditional caipirinha cocktail, which you should try multiple times during your visit to Brazil. Cachaça comes in two varieties: unaged (white) and aged (brown) (gold). After being matured in oak barrels for up to three years (or as long as 15 years), dark cachaça is considered the 'premium' version. It's made to be consumed on its own.
Enjoy Brazilian Coffee:
Brazilian coffee, which accounts for more than a third of all coffee produced worldwide, is famous for its high quality and unique flavor. So don't overlook it.
Brazil is a Gateway to South America:
Many visitors to Brazil make it their home base and go to neighboring countries such as Argentina and Peru or fly south to Patagonia.
When arranging a vacation to South America's most visited country, adventure travel, rest & leisure, and luxury travel are all alternatives. Give us a call and we'll be pleased to tell you everything about great prices for the type of vacation you want to take.