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Brazil pulsates with energy. It is the largest country in South America, and its distinct regions make it a must-see destination for all types of travelers. The cities of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro overflow with culture, music, and cuisine, and are famously home to some of the largest parties on the planet during Carnival! Meanwhile, wildlife thrives, and outdoor adventure abounds outside of the urban hubs; Brazil features 60 percent of the Amazon Rainforest as well as the pristine Pantanal—the world’s largest tropical wetland area. Discover why this Portuguese-speaking country is one of our favorite destinations in all of Latin America!

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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro, affectionately referred to simply as ‘Rio’, maybe the most scenic city in all of South America! Home to the stunning Christ the Redeemer statue atop Corcovado Mountain, the historic Pão de Açúcar cableway that summits Sugarloaf Mountain, and two of the most…

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Fortaleza

In Fortaleza, stunning red cliffs give way to blue lagoons and miles of unmarked shoreline, creating a sailing, kitesurfing, and windsurfing paradise. With a healthy party atmosphere, Fortaleza is also an economic hub for the region. The result is…

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Natal

the city of Natal is a gateway to the stunning beaches of Rio Grande do Norte, where surfers flock to the breaks of Tibau do Sul. Visitors who have missed Carnaval season also have the chance to experience Carnatal here; a Christmas party…

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Amazon

Brazil has been bestowed with over 60 percent of the 1.4 billion-acre Amazon Rainforest—an incredibly rich ecosystem where more than 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, and 430 types of mammals thrive. For visitors there is unlimited opportunity for adventure; experiences…

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Sao Paulo

São Paulo is the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere and the third largest city in the Americas. Founded in 1554 by Jesuit priests, it features the beautiful colonial-era architecture you have come to expect of Brazil with a backdrop of modern high-rises. Nicknamed…

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Fernando de Noronha

If you’re one of the lucky few to visit the volcanic archipelago of Fernando de Noronha off Brazil’s northeast coast, you will have arrived at one of South America’s most immaculate natural treasures. Made up of 21 distinct islands and islets, the archipelago was designated…

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Pantanal

Nature lovers who want to explore an area similar to the Amazon but avoid the crowds will rejoice in Brazil’s Pantanal, the largest wetland area on the planet. This astounding region covers more than 42 million acres across Brazil and neighboring Bolivia and Paragua…

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Recife

Brazil’s capital city of Pernambuco, Recife, has been dubbed the “Venice of Brazil,” thanks to the way its streets are criss-crossed with waterways coming in from the coastline. From these picturesque canals and brightly painted colonial buildings…

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Salvador

Brazil’s colonial past is very much alive in the northeastern state of Bahia. Here in the capital of Salvador, a tremendous population of 15 million jives with well-preserved history from the 1500’s. Visitors will especially enjoy strolling through the cobble-stoned neighborhood…

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Belo Horizonte

Known to locals as Beagá, Belo Horizonte is the capital of the Brazilian state Minas Gerais. Originally named for its beautiful view of the nearby mountains, Belo Horizonte is a charming and modern destination for global travelers. Many intriguing urban creations can be found…

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Iguassu Falls

Iguassu Falls is for many travelers a “bucket list” item, so it comes as no surprise that the 269-foot waterfall is one of Brazil’s most visited attractions. Bordering Argentina, the massive cascade contains over 275 waterfalls that combined create the largest waterfall system…

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