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Discover Brazil, the largest country in South America that stretches from the Amazon Basin in the north to the mighty Iguaçu Falls in the south. Brazil has one of the most diverse cultures due to influences of African descendants and European settlers.

Visit Rio de Janeiro, one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world and look out over the city from the rocky peak of Corcovado mountain. Enjoy the fascinating culture and heritage of vibrant Salvador and follow the musical samba rhythm during the colourful festivals. Besides diverse culture and rich heritage, Brazil offers a distinct variety of wildlife. By taking either a tour to the Amazon Rainforest or the Pantanal, you will be amazed by the huge variety of bird species, mammals and reptiles living in the tropical forests and wetlands. Spot jaguars, caimans and giant otters or enjoy the beautiful colours of macaws as they feed at the clay licks. The magnificent Iguazu Falls are a highlight that cannot be missed. These falls are the largest waterfalls in the world split between Brazil and Argentina.
Go on an ultimate Brazilian tour and enjoy one of the most unique and diverse places on Earth that will not leave you disappointed.

Choose from our range of unique trips or contact us and we’ll be happy to tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your requirements. 


When is the best time to visit Brazil?

Brazil is an all year round destination; most of Brazil lies in the tropics, so it’s warm all year round.
March to November are dry months and December to February are wet months in Southern Brazil. During the Brazilian winter (June to September) the weather in Rio and the surrounding area is similar to the summertime in Northern Europe. Tropical north eastern Brazil has two seasons, but you’ll hardly notice any difference between the two.

Is it safe to travel to Brazil?

It is advised to be alert at all times. In South American countries such as Brazil crime is prevalent in many parts of the country and tourists need to be cautious of pickpockets and suspicious people.

Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.

What do I need to pack to travel in Brazil?

It depends on when and where you plan to travel since Brazil is a huge country with different climates. However, one of the main travel essentials for Brazil would be sunscreen. We usually provide clients with a packing list depending on the destination and the physical activity of the tour.

How much should I budget for daily in Brazil?

Most of our tours include breakfast daily and some other meals. Based on moderately-priced lunches and dinners as well as buying some souvenirs, a rough guide would be 40 USD per person per day. 

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Some of the main attractions

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Brazilian Amazon

Brazil hosts 60% of the Amazon rainforest and contains incredible natural wonders. The Meeting of the Waters between the dark waters of the Rio Negro and the light sandy waters of the Rio Solimões is amazing. You can also spot the famous water lily.

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Iguazu Falls

One of the planet’s most inspiring sights, the Iguazu Falls is the largest waterfall in the world split between Brazil and Argentina. It is made up of some 275 individual waterfalls and has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1984.

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Founded in 1549, Salvador de Bahia is one of Brazil’s oldest cities. The city has managed to preserve many outstanding Renaissance buildings in the historic centre, and is also known for having the largest street carnivals in Brazil.

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The Pantanal is the world’s largest tropical wetlands and as such it is the perfect place to see wildlife in their natural environment. It is home to capybaras, sunbathing caimans, endangered marsh deer and masses of water birds flying around.

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Sugarloaf Mountain

Rising 396 metres high, going on top offers you a bird’s eye view of Rio de Janeiro. Apparently, the name derives from its shape which resembles a sugarloaf. Take the cable car and enjoy the spectacular 360 degree views.

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Christ the Redeemer

A symbol of Christianity across the world, the statue has also become a cultural icon of both Rio de Janeiro and Brazil, and is listed as one of the New7Wonders of the World. It is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone.

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