Places to Visits

Amazon Rain Forests

The Amazon brings to mind a vivid variety of birds, lethal predators (hello, anaconda), a dense expanse of spruce trees and a vast river. Brazil is home to 60 percent of the Amazon, and if you're looking for information of Amazonian adventure, this is the place to do it. And don't forget to repellent mosquitoes!

Iguazu Falls

Niagra Falls doesn't have an chance against Iguazu Falls, which retains the title as the world's largest waterfall system. Straddling the borders of Argentina , Brazil and Paraguay, Iguazu Falls consists of 275 individual waterfalls, the largest of which is the Devil's Neck. Come for the awe-inspiring gushing water.

Aparados da Serra National Park

Aparados da Serra, one of Brazil's first national parks, was created to protect Itaimbezinho, one of Brazil's most impressive canyons. The narrow canyon, fringed with subtropical forest, features pure parallel escarpments with a depth of nearly 720 metres (2360 feet).


It may be difficult to reach Jericoacoara, more commonly known as Jeri, which includes bouncing over dirt roads, but it may just be worth the trip to reach this unspoiled beach town. Water hammocks, white sandy beaches, sandy roads which usually do not allow motor vehicles