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Take a trip to Brazil

Welcome to Brazil, a country with a thousand faces. From the bewitching rhythm of the samba to the vast expanses of the Amazon, from sandy beaches to vibrant cities, this destination is full of treasures to discover.
Prepare to be amazed by the country's natural beauty. From the majestic Iguaçu Falls to the breathtaking landscapes of the Amazon and the golden dunes of the Lençóis Maranhenses, each region offers a unique spectacle for nature lovers.
But there's more to Brazil than its natural wonders. Its rich cultural heritage is just as captivating. Immerse yourself in the vibrant life of Rio de Janeiro, where sun-drenched beaches and the famous Carnival will transport you into a festive atmosphere like no other. Explore the colorful streets of Salvador de Bahia and discover the fascinating history of Brazilian colonization.


Tour Guides in Brazil

Five ideas for guided tours in Brazil


  • Brasília.

    Welcome to Brasília, Brazil’s modern capital, combining bold architecture and cultural heritage. This unique city transports you into a futuristic universe where every building tells a captivating story.
    A visit to Brasília’s famous cathedral is a must. With its crown-shaped structure, it amazes visitors with its innovative design and colorful stained glass windows that bathe the interior in an enchanting light.
    Continue your exploration to Praça dos Três Poderes, where you’ll discover the National Congress, whose twin towers represent the legislative branch, and the Planalto Palace, the official residence of the Brazilian president.
    If you’re in search of nature, head to Brasília National Park. This green lung offers picturesque hiking trails, natural pools and a variety of flora and fauna. It’s the ideal place for a nature getaway, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.

  • Fernando de Noronha archipelago

    Fernando de Noronha is much more than a dream destination, it’s a veritable tropical Eden where nature reigns supreme. With its heavenly beaches and preserved biodiversity, this archipelago promises unforgettable moments in communion with nature. Start your exploration at Baía do Sancho, considered one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Its dazzling white sand contrasts with the steep cliffs and turquoise waters that surround it. Swim with sea turtles and discover the richness of the seabed during a diving or snorkeling session.
    The island of Fernando de Noronha is packed with incredible diving spots, such as the Bay of Dolphins dive site. Don’t miss the sunset at Boldró beach, which offers a breathtaking view of the infinite horizon of the Atlantic Ocean. Finally, round off your stay with a visit to Cacimba do Padre beach, famous for its spectacular waves that attract surfers from all over the world.

  • Paraty

    Paraty is a destination that appeals to travelers in search of history, natural beauty and relaxation. Immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of this colonial city, explore its picturesque nooks and crannies and soak up the magic of its surroundings.
    As soon as you arrive, you’ll love getting lost in Paraty’s historic center, where cobblestone streets and colorful houses will transport you back in time. Admire the colonial architecture and visit the Matriz Nossa Senhora dos Remédios church, a religious gem adorned with artistic details.
    For a relaxing break, head for the unspoilt beaches of Paraty. Enjoy the fine sand and turquoise water at Jabaquara beach, or opt for a quiet getaway at Paraty-Mirim beach, lined with coconut palms and offering a peaceful atmosphere.
    Outside Paraty, explore the surrounding area and discover some incredible sites. Visit the charming island of Ilha Grande, just 50 km away by ferry…

  • Pantanal reserve.

    Situated between the borders of Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia, the Pantanal reserve is a vast wetland and refuge for exceptional biodiversity, offering visitors a unique and immersive experience.
    Exploration usually begins in Porto Jofre, a small town on the outskirts of the reserve. From here, embark on a boat trip along the Cuiabá River, where you can observe up close the caimans, capybaras (giant guinea pigs) and a multitude of exotic birds that inhabit the banks. Continue your exploration by heading to Pantanal Park, where hiking trails guide you through spectacular scenery. Traverse flood plains and dense forests, encountering jaguars, tapirs and other emblematic species.
    Don’t miss the Miranda lagoon, a veritable bird sanctuary. Get your camera ready to capture incredible images of colorful birds such as macaws, toucans and ibises.

  • Recife and Olinda

    Recife is an intoxicating destination where history meets modernity, culture meets nature and partying is second nature. Whether you’re a history lover, a beach enthusiast or a gourmet eager for new flavors, this Brazilian city promises an unforgettable experience.
    Head for the historic heart of the city, the Recife Antigo district. Stroll along the cobbled streets and admire the colorful buildings. Don’t miss the Marco Zero, the central square where the city was founded, and visit the Paço do Frevo to immerse yourself in the lively musical culture of frevo, a traditional Pernambuco dance.
    For a dose of relaxation under the sun, head to Boa Viagem beach. With its white sand and turquoise waters, it’s the ideal place to bask in the sun.
    Next, head for Olinda, a charming neighboring town and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its narrow, winding streets are packed with colonial houses, Baroque churches and art galleries. Climb to the top of the hill for a breathtaking view of the surroundings and discover the famous giant puppets of the local Carnival.

Cities in Brazil

Regions in Brazil

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