Watch a game of soccer: Can you go to Brazil and not see a soccer game? Spoiler: NO Although soccer was not founded in Brazil, the country is known for having ardent supporters and talented players. In other words, you simply cannot afford to miss a soccer match in a Brazilian stadium.
Corinthians has the most admirers in Sao Paulo City (approximately 27 million), whereas Flamengo has over 32 million in Rio de Janeiro City.
You might, for example, take a Rio experience with a local and watch a game at the renowned Maracan, which is by far one of the top things to do in Rio de Janeiro.
Drink Caipirinha: Caipirinha on the beach is practically associated with a vacation in Brazil.
Cachaça, lime, sugar, and ice are the sole components in a caipirinha, the famous Brazilian national drink.
Other versions, such as using vodka instead of cachaça, are popular. If you want to experience the authentic caipirinha, get it with cachaça 51 Pirassununga or Ypioca. Many bars in Brazil carry renowned brands of this spirit. If you're not yet tipsy, order two caipirinhas, one with each recommended cachaça. You'll enjoy it.
Go Wildlife Watching: Because it is a huge wetland, the Pantanal is a one-of-a-kind location in Brazil. Not only can you see gorgeous macaws here, but also piranhas, jaguars, caimans, and other creatures.
Mosquitoes are less of a concern in the winter (June-September), but you should always have a strong repellent with you.
Visit a Colonial Town: Visiting a historic town should undoubtedly be included in Brazil's must-do activities.
There are still several cities where the architectural style of colonial periods is retained, with the predominant styles being Baroque and Rococo.
Houses and churches in those towns are generally white or pastel, with colorful embellishments around the doors and windows. The cobblestone streets contribute to the attractiveness of these locations.
Dance Samba: Learn to samba dance in Brazil for total cultural immersion. Samba is a type of Brazilian music and dance that has African roots.
It's not difficult, but you must shake your body, namely your hips and feet.
You don't necessarily need to follow classes.
Visit the Iguazu Falls: One of the most important things to do in Brazil is to visit the world's most impressive falls.
The Iguazu Falls, South America's crown gem, is shared by Brazil and Argentina. It is even better than viewing it from afar to get on a boat and get up and personal with it. If getting wet isn't your thing, go aboard a helicopter and take in the spectacle of Iguazu Falls from above.
Sleep in a lodge in the Amazon Rainforest: All nature enthusiasts are invited. If bonito wasn't enough, spend a few days in the centre of the Amazon, the world's biggest rainforest.
The Amazon Rainforest, home to everything from pink dolphins to macaws and jaguars, provides a thorough immersion in Brazilian biodiversity. So, what could be more natural than spending a few days with those animals?
The Dolphin Lodge also provides trips in the neighborhood depending on the length of your stay.