A country of great diversity, Brazil has something for everyone from bustling urban cities to remote wilderness areas.
- Rio de Janeiro: Explore this exciting city famous for its beaches, annual Carnival, and Samba music. Ascend Corcovado Mountain to the base of the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue. Learn about the Golden Lion Tamarin Conservation Project or relax on one of Rio’s best known beaches, such as Copacabana and Ipanema.
- Salvador: Wander this unique city known for its Afro-Brazilian soul and colonial Portuguese legacy including the historical district, Pelourinho, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Pantanal: Journey to the Pantanal, one of the world’s most vital ecosystems and the largest wetland area in the world, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Amazon Basin: Explore the Amazon Basin, the largest and most species-rich tract of tropical rain forest in the world. Journey to Anavilhanas National Park, one of the world’s largest
river archipelagos, containing untouched native forest and roughly 400 islands.
- Iguaçu Falls: Experience one of the most spectacular sights in South America— Iguaçu Falls, a canyon of up to 275 waterfalls, and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Iguaçu National Park is located within the Atlantic Forest, a threatened biome that is home to approximately 20,000 species of plants and thousands of wildlife species.
- São Paulo: Learn about the large, fast-growing business and economic environment within Brazil, a member of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), an association of emerging national economies.
Best Time to Travel
Brazil is a year-round destination. Although Brazil is a large country, you can expect a temperate climate throughout the year.
Let us customize your trip to Brazil. Start with a sample itinerary below or work with one of our experienced Trip Specialists to design a completely unique program. Many travelers enjoy combining Brazil with other destinations in the region such as Argentina.