Rio de Janeiro offers a beauty that comes from its natural tropical environment where mountains, forests, beaches, lagoons, vegetation and the South Atlantic blend to form one dramatic back-drop.
The city of Rio is one of the world's most exciting cities, featuring sunny days, 56 miles of beaches, engaging natives, excellent dinners in world-renowned gourmet restaurants, a gamut of cultural/entertainment options, the lure of aquamarines, emeralds and other precious stones, and boutique shopping.
Founded in 1549 and blessed with sunshine almost all the year round, Salvador remains unaltered by the passage of the years. Its churches, townhouses, mansions, and fortresses are enchanting.
The Pelourinho area - one of the most important vestiges of Brazil's colonial architecture - forms the heart of Salvador's Historic District. The most important relics of Brazil's rich heritage are in this area, such as the Sao Francisco Church, also known as the Gold Church, and the Basilica Cathedral.
The Amazon Rainforest is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon Basin of South America. This basin encompasses seven million square kilometers (1.7 billion acres), of which five and a half million square kilometers (1.4 billion acres) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest.
Iguazu Falls is located where the Iguazu River tumbles over the edge of the Paraná Plateau, upriver from the Iguazu's confluence with the Paraná River..Numerous islands along the long edge divide the falls into numerous separate waterfalls and cataracts, varying between 200 ft and 269 ft high...
Located in the south border of Pantanal, Bonito is a unique reserve that presents some of the most interesting tours in Brazil.
In Portuguese, the word Bonito means beautiful... too modest to describe the totality of the beauty of this exotic area.
The natural beauties in Bonito include caverns with deep azure lakes inside, incredibly clear rivers that work as natural aquariums, hundreds of waterfalls and much more.
Imagine a jungle surrounding the city, offering expedition tours and activities you will have nowhere else on earth. Imagine a big river so wide that it appears to be the edge of a vast ocean. All of this is just part of what Manaus has to offer.
Manaus is the capital of the Amazonas State and the hub of the whole Amazon Region, with a population of about one million. Manaus lies on the River Negro, near the point where it meets the River Solimoes to form the Brazilian Amazon.
Located in the Southeast of Brazil, in a geographically strategic point of the country and of the Americas, it is surrounded by the mountains of the Serrado Curral which serves as a natural frame for the city as well as a historical reference. The city is known for its year round mild climate with an average temperature of 21 C. The winter is dry and the summer rainy.
As Buzios is a peninsula, it offers an incredible variety of beaches with crystal clear waters. Most of the time these beaches are practically deserted; they only become more crowded in January and February.