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Why Brazil? 

"Brazil is the largest country in South America and seemingly has it all: beaches, cities, rivers and rainforest, wildlife, unique cultures and cuisines, national parks, UNESCO sites.

The Amazon basin with the greatest biological diversity in the world. The Pantanal, the world's largest tropical wetland and an ecosystem with an incredible number of flora and fauna species.

Rio de Janeiro, one of the world's greatest cities. Brazil's beaches stretch its entire Atlantic coast. You can spend a lifetime in Brazil and never see it all."

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Brazil isn’t just huge territorially, bordering on every South American nation except two. It’s also astonishingly big on personality and heart.

You’ll see it when you go: everything in this Portuguese-speaking paradise seems super-sized. That means the beaches, the gargantuan tracts of Amazon rainforest, and most of all, the soccer-stoked passion of the amazingly warm and friendly locals.

Maybe it’s the weather: with year-round temperatures at a balmy 85º, things and people can’t help but flourish here. Or maybe it’s the sheer geographic diversity: whether you’re into sugar-white beaches or teeming jungle, lush wetlands or the iconic Corcovado sugarloaf in Rio de Janeiro, there’s a Brazilian landscape for everyone.

Whatever you do, don’t miss these gems as we help you plan your Brazilian adventure:

  •  Iguazú, with some 300 cascades, is one of the most massive waterfall systems on the planet. The Garganta del Diablo (“The Devil’s Throat”), its most dizzying spot, trembles as 47,000 gallons of water roar by per second—a rush that prompted Eleanor Roosevelt to quip, “Poor Niagara.”
  •  Salvador de Bahía, in the northeast, is the capital of black Brazil. Capoeira martial-arts demonstrations and exotic baroque churches recall its African heritage—as do some of the world’s most dazzling beaches.
  •  Into wildlife spotting? El Pantanal, the world’s largest tropical wetland, awaits you. Here caimans, anacondas, capybaras, and jaguars are the area’s chief residents, making this one of the most fertile natural preserves in the Americas.
  •  The Amazon is nature’s motherlode. Whether you’re looking to fish for piranhas in a dug-out or to witness the meeting of the Negro and Solimões Rivers near Manaus, here you’ll be close to one of the sources of life itself.
  •  Sun, samba, and sand: Rio de Janeiro more than lives up to its rep for all three. Are the girls at Ipanema beach as enchanting as the song says? You be the judge.

And now it's even easier to visit Brazil! 

We are happy to announce that Brazil is waiving the visa requirements for citizens of the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan effective as of June 17, 2019.  Details can be found here.

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