The Best of Brazil Travel

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Date: January 29, 2020


According to legend, Brazil, “was blessed by God and is naturally beautiful”.
Brazil is continental in size, the fourth largest national territory in the world. In fact, its land expanse is greater than Europe and larger than the continental United States.

A visit to Brazil means the discovery of a place touched with warm tropical sun and 5000 miles of white-sand beaches. As a whole, the country is bathed in sun year-round. It is a land of rainforests, mango trees, music, dance and baroque colonial towns and villages. And of course, impressive cities of the 21st century, which offer opulence and sophistication.

Brazil´s allure lies not only in its climate, landscapes and architecture; it also lives in the people themselves. Brazilians are known for their cordial hospitality and friendliness, helping create the perfect environment for your travel.

Brazil offers a wide variety of hotel accommodations ranging from deluxe resorts to cabins deep in the rain forest. Whether a posh traveller or thrifty student, Brazil´s diverse lodging options can cater to any budget. However you choose to make the most of your journey, know that warm beaches and warm people are waiting to help you form unforgettable memories.
From north to south, unique attractions are ready to amaze and excite participants from all walks of life are that interested in learning about new, different and fascinating destinations.

Here are some of the unforgettable places to visit while you are here, 
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Rio de Janeiro 



Relax and unwind in Rio

The bustling city of Rio de Janeiro has been one of Brazil’s most popular and frequented tourist destinations for decades.
This is a vibrant city bursting with culture and entertainment with a vast amount of history ad heritage.

Rio is the second largest city in Brazil and the third largest in the whole of South America.
Because of its many historical and cultural attractions, Tijuca Rain Forest in the middle of the city and the Jardim Botânico (the Botanical Gardens) to name but a few, they have implemented fabulous infrastructure to cater for the needs of its visitors.
This city is full of colour and vibrance and offers an array of opportunities - definitely a city not worth missing out on!


Buzios



Best-known destination on Costa do Sol, 300km’s of 17 beautiful beaches north of Rio de Janeiro. Its sunny winters make it a perfect side trip from nearby Rio.
Historically, this was a quaint, simple fishing village and is now full of upscale seaside resorts, boutiques, restaurants, villas and street side bars.

The streets are covered in cobblestones along the charming waterfront which contributes to this unique little town.
This is the perfect spot to explore for a beachy, relaxed, laid-back trip.


Igauzu Falls



Waterfalls of the Iguazu River located on the border of Brazil and Argentina, with one of the most majestic waterfalls in the world
It’s part of the largest remaining Atlantic Forest of southern Brazil, which protects a rich biodiversity, consisting of a large variety of species of fauna and flora, some of which are threatened with extinction.
The Iguazu Falls in Brazil extend to 2,700 meters long with an incredible view.They are composed of a variable number of falls ranging between 150 and 270 meters, according to the river water volume

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