Discover the largest rainforest reserve in the world and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature: The Iguacu National Park. Iguacu Falls is a group of immense waterfalls that are formed by the narrowing of the Iguacu River, on the border of Brazil and Argentina, nearly three times wider than Niagara Falls in North America and significantly greater than the width of Victoria Falls in Africa. The name “Iguacu” derives from the Guarani indigenous language and means “good, wonderful water”. There are 275 waterfalls, with heights that vary between 60 meters and 82 meters, in a set that has the shape of an immense horseshoe. Embark on this 4 days trip and get to know both sides of the Park, the Brazilian and Argentinian one, and get amazed with the view of the falls' exuberance seen both from below, aboard a boat, and from above, on a helicopter!
This 11 days tour is an impressive off-road trip through one of the most unique regions of Brazil: the Route of Emotions includes the marvelous Jericoacoara, Delta of Parnaiba, and Lençóis Maranhenses. Incredible landscapes with dunes, crystal clear lagoons, the only open sea delta in the Americas and some of the most paradisiacal beaches in the world will be visited during this tour, which combines ecotourism, bird and wildlife watching, adventure, sun & beach, culture, and cuisine, besides interacting with local communities. The Route of Emotions is a trip that covers the coast of three states in northeastern Brazil: Ceará, Piauí, and Maranhão that will be traveled in modern 4x4 vehicles and speedboats.
The Green Coast, "Costa Verde", exhibits one of the most beautiful and exotic scenarios of the Brazilian coast, where the Serra do Mar meets the Atlantic ocean and mixes together into a unique scenario. This program includes a visit to Paraty, which center is considered a National Historic Heritage Site by UNESCO, and three days of sailing onboard the Atlantis Enterprise, a 75-foot catamaran, built to provide comfort and unforgettable moments in a region surrounded by Atlantic Forest and paradisiacal islands and beaches. Come and enjoy moments of relaxation, immersion in vibrant nature, fun, great comfort, and quality local gastronomy!
This travel program takes you to discover a part of Brazil still unknown to many: the Pantanal, a place of immersion in the wild. This vast wet plain of Mato Grosso, on the border with Bolivia, is home to a unique ecosystem in the world: the largest flooded continental region on the planet. There is something special for those looking for an experience off the beaten track! And this is what you can find: flood plains as far as the eye can see, an ocher land, breathtaking landscapes and a huge diversity of animals and vegetation. You must have understood that the Pantanal is the realm of biodiversity. Add all this to the simplicity of the Pantanal people and good food! On the activity side: walking and horseback riding, boat trips and, of course, spotting of an incredible variety of animals like the wonderful jaguar!
Bahia is undoubtedly one of the most privileged places in the world in natural beauty with a rich historical and cultural heritage. This itinerary is thought particularly for eco-adventure enthusiastic, who love trekking and are up for a challenge, but appreciate also history and enjoy relaxing in paradisiacal beaches. This itinerary combines three of the most beautiful destinations of Bahia: Salvador, which was once the largest slave-trading port in the Americas, Chapada Diamantina, with its exuberant scenery among beautiful waterfalls, and Morro de São Paulo, with its tropical beaches with clear waters and white sand as well as coconut trees and the Atlantic forest that make up the perfect setting for visitors.
Portuguese is the official language of Brazil with many transformations. It’s recommended to learn some basic language since finding English-speaking locals can sometimes be hard.
Unlike what people see in media about kidnapping and murders in major cities of Brazil like Rio, these crimes are incredibly rare. However, there are some crimes like pick-pocketing at nights are not unusual in Brazil, and you need to beware of that.
👩 Single Woman Travelers
Brazil is generally safe for single woman travelers. However, women who look like foreigners may attract some stares and lewd comments, but they don’t lead to something serious.
Major cities in Brazil have a lot of Wi-Fi spots, especially in restaurants, cafes, hotels, bars, and some plazas. In rural areas, you may find Wi-Fi, but it’s rare, and the speed would be lower.
🦟 Mosquito Repellent
Make sure to have Mosquito Repellent in Brazil, since some mosquitos can bring some gifts for you such as dengue, zika, and chikungunya.
📄 Have Documents Copies
Having proof of your identity is necessary in Brazil. In this case, having your passport is not necessary, but having copies of your documents will be very helpful.
Having sunscreen is a must in Brazil since the weather can get very hot and the sun would be extreme, especially in summer. Also, make sure to drink lots of water.
If you are planning to visit the Amazon rainforest, vaccination is highly recommended, including Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Yellow Fever. The Malaria vaccine is also recommended.
10% of the tip is included in the restaurant bills in restaurants. However, tipping for taxi drivers, hotel staff, and tour guides is appreciated as well. For taxi drivers, just round up the cost, and for hotel staff, one or two dollars per day is enough.
The voltage in Brazil is either 110V or 220V, and the types of plugs are either a US-style flat 2 pin plug or a European round 2 pin plug. However, having a universal adaptor can be very helpful.
💧 Tap Water
Tap water in Brazil is unsafe. Therefore, you need to drink only bottled water and avoid ice cubes in drinks and salads.
Ouro Preto: Visit the Colonial Mining Town of Ouro Preto, which used to be a mining town in the 17th and 18th century remained in that time with very little change.
Sao Paulo: Explore the Beautiful City of Sao Paulo, a city that most people neglect to explore without knowing about the marvelous Museum of Arts of Sao Paulo.
Paraty: Discover the History, Culture, and Fun Activities of Paraty, another place that existed in the Brazilian Gold Rush that was founded in the last years of the 16th century.
Sugar Loaf Mountain: Get the Best View Over Rio de Janeiro at Sugar Loaf Mountain, The best experience is to hike to the top of Sugar Loaf mountain, a place with the first settlements of Brazil at its foot.
Rio de Janeiro: Start at Rio de Janeiro and Visit Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer Statue). It is necessary to climb up to the base of the Cristo Redentor statue when visiting Brazil.
Carnival: Attend the Carnaval (Carnival) at Rio de Janeiro. Without a doubt, many travelers would say attending the Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro is one of the best things to do in Brazil.
Amazon Rainforest: Go on an adventure in the Amazon Rainforest, since Brazil will give you the chance to meet the richest biodiversity of the Earth in the Amazon Rainforest.
Iguaçu Falls (Iguazu Falls): Enjoy Iguaçu Falls (Iguazu Falls), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located at the border of Brazil and Argentina, with its best views and tours on the Brazilian side.
Traveling with a small group of passengers, divides mutual costs such as tour guide cost, transportation, entry fees, etc. between few passengers and makes your tour more affordable. The members of small group tour could be your own family or friends, or other savvy travelers that you will meet and share a journey.
Your time is priceless and we don’t want you to spend your travel time on planning for your vacation day by day. Booking a multi-day tour to a specific destinations makes it easier for you to focus on what you love, instead of going through hundreds of different daily itineraries and plan for each day individually. Simply choose your tour based on the desired duration.
For many destinations, having a local tour guide is a necessity. A professional tour guide helps you to get the most of your travel experience, plan your tours, answers to your questions, teach you the basics of the language, and manage the timings for you and other travelers. All the tour guide fees are included in your tour package.
We carefully handpick all the tours to make sure we offer the most convenient ones that covers everything you need. This includes affordable hotels, local transports, meals, and entry ticket. We make sure to include all the main costs into our itineraries so that you pay for the whole package once, and enjoy your all inclusive tour.