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Why Travel to Brazil

With the stunning Amazon jungle, the most famous carnival in the world, and endless white-sand beaches, it is time for you to take a Brazil tour to find out by yourself. Look down on Rio de Janeiro from the top of Christ the Redeemer, enjoy a glass of caipirinha in Copacabana Beach, amaze yourself at the Iguazu Falls, and learn to dance the Samba... Travel with us on a tailor-made trip to Brazil, a land you'll never want to leave!

    CAPITAL Brasília
    CURRENCY Brazilian Real
    LANGUAGE Portuguese

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Brazil Private Tours

These Brazil tours are crafted by our destination experts who have investigated this tropical paradise. Check them out and customize one according to your interests and budget with a 1:1 travel expert's service.

South America Tours Including Brazil

Bring out the best of the Latin world with a multi-country tour around the South American continent. Get a glimpse of the following South America private tours, which include Brazil and nearby countries, or let our professional travel consultants tailor-make one for you.

Brazil Theme Tours

Here are some Brazil tours with different themes. Choose one that matches your interest best, and the itinerary can be customized according to your needs.

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Best Places to Visit in Brazil

Rio is a world-renowned tour destination because of its stunning beachfront beauty and vibrant cultural life. The statue of Christ is the city's emblem, which is situated on the summit of Mt. Corcovado and is visible from practically any location downtown. In fact, its base is also a Catholic church that can accommodate more than 100 people. Mt. Sugar Loaf is another must-see for tourists. Taking the cable car to the top provides an unobstructed view of the whole city. Tired of sightseeing? Why not slow yourself down on Rio's famous beaches, along with soft sands, azure waters, and snow-white waves?
  • Iguazu Falls
    The waterfall pours down around a horseshoe-shaped canyon, and miles away, one can hear its sound. Situated where Argentina and Brazil converge, it offers different experiences for the two countries. If you want to see the whole picture, the Brazilian side is the best option.
  • Amazon

    Usually, tourists start their journeys to the Amazon from Manaus. In its nearby area, not only can visitors encounter unique creatures, but they can also observe the Meeting of Waters, the confluence between the dark Rio Negro, and the pale sandy-colored Amazon River.

  • Salvador
    When slaves began to arrive in 1558 to work on sugar cane fields, it became the first slave market in the New World, witnessing the fusion of European, African, and American cultures. Today, the city still retains typical buildings of the Renaissance, which are vivid and colorful.
  • Fernando de Noronha
    The islands are formed by protruding undersea hills. Except for the golden beaches, the area is home to a variety of marine life, including corals, sponges, turtles, dolphins, and sharks. And the waters are pristine with outstanding visibility, making it an ideal diving destination.

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