Brazil


Golden-sand beaches, tall, dense rainforests, and vibrant blue lagoons are just a few of the delights that this “Country of Coffee” has to offer. As one of the most captivating countries in South America, Brazil is a country brimming with thrilling opportunities – to explore wide varieties of natural beauties and unique architecture unlike anywhere else in the world.

Exploring Brazil’s nature like a conquistador

Proudly showing off its biodiversity, Brazil stands out with one of the most remarkable faunas and floras throughout the world. These are, in fact, the best...

Golden-sand beaches, tall, dense rainforests, and vibrant blue lagoons are just a few of the delights that this “Country of Coffee” has to offer. As one of the most captivating countries in South America, Brazil is a country brimming with thrilling opportunities – to explore wide varieties of natural beauties and unique architecture unlike anywhere else in the world.

Exploring Brazil’s nature like a conquistador

Proudly showing off its biodiversity, Brazil stands out with one of the most remarkable faunas and floras throughout the world. These are, in fact, the best ingredients to get the perfect recipe for your holiday experiences. Either you travel back in time through the old, colonial towns, or you party like there’s no tomorrow on the streets of Rio, or maybe you get your moments of peace and quiet on one of the numerous beaches, this country will not disappoint.

Terra do Brasil is a land of wonders which will stun you with its natural scenic beauties, such as the Iguazu Falls, a place that hosts nearly 300 cascades, and that actually represents the border separating this country from Argentina. These captivating waterfalls will dazzle you, but when it comes to the grand Devil’s Throat, the 80-meter most powerful cascade among them all, its sight simply goes deep into your soul, and you may get lost in its beauty for some good couple of minutes.

Going back in time

Some parts of this country look like they haven’t been touched by the passing of time and a simple walk through some of the well-preserved colonial cities will give you a powerful feeling of what life used to be like back in the old days. Ouro Preto, meaning Black Gold, with imposing architectural elements that give it a very authentic Portuguese colonial look, is one of the most popular cities where numerous tourists come to year after year. The richness of colonial history flows in every such town and Brazilians seem to care a lot about their heritage, as these places are constantly renovated and quite often freshly painted.

Connecting with nature at Fernando de Noronha

The 21-islands archipelago of Fernando de Noronha is a less known spot, but once you get there you feel like nature embraces you with its year-round warm waters. With very few tourists around, you may be in luck and see up close sea turtles and dolphins in the crystal clear waters that make this place memorable. Brazil is the country that can grow on any type of traveler, as both modest and luxurious alternatives for spending the holiday seem to co-exist here.

You can easily get lost in this country’s pure and ethereal natural wonders, in the vibrant, pumping festivals, but also in the calm, idyllic colonial cities, where a certain style and elegance seem to flow. Brazil is all about that sweet, yet slightly sour taste of the caipirinha that will seduce your traveling spirit on rhythms of samba and bossa nova, in breath-taking landscapes that will stay with you for the rest of your life! Everywhere you look.

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