From the world’s largest flood plains to the Amazon rainforest, white sandy beaches to teeming metropolis, and rugged mountainous landscapes to baroque colonial architecture, Brazil is a country of astonishing geographic diversity. Boasting an incredible seventeen UNESCO World Heritage listed sites, Brazil’s natural and man-made wonders draw visitors from all over the world.
Rio de Janeiro
Granite mountains, white-sand beaches and lush rainforest combine to create one of the world’s most spectacular cities.
Foz do Iguaçu
The Brazilian side of the falls boasts the best panoramic views of majestic Iguaçu. Surrounded by tropical forest it offers great birding opportunities.
For wildlife enthusiasts, a trip to the world’s largest wetland region is hard to beat. See Blue Hyacinth macaw, Giant anteater, toucan and more with a stay in a traditional fazenda.
Ouro Preto, Salvador and Olinda are just a few of Brazil’s stunning colonial cities.
Fly to Manaus to join a cruise on the mighty Amazon River or head out to one of the many lodges in the region. See the famous Meeting of the Waters where the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes converge.