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Places to visit in Brazil

  1. The Amazon Basin

Covering over 60% of the Amazon forest, this basin is one of the most adventurous places in the world. You get to experience biodiversity in the broad ecosystem. There are hundreds of tributaries that you can ride on small river cruises. There are various lodges such as Amazon Ecopark Jungle Lodge and Manaus in the rainforest for dining and accommodation. Brazil’s lavish cuisine is something you will love. 

  1. Iguacu National Park

Wildlife is one of the fanciest things to watch while touring a new place. The Iguacu waterfalls inside the park are amazing and will give you a life-time memory. Safari rides around the park are very convenient. You’ll encounter hundreds of bird species and animals. Always carry mosquito repellant to avoid the small creatures from ruining your trip.

  1. Beaches

Probably, you’ve heard about Brazil’s famed beach culture. Visit several beaches and experience the thrilling atmosphere should be on top of your bucket list. Copacabana in Rio is one of the most popular beaches in Brazil. Take a boat ride, swim, try snorkeling, or scuba diving for some fun-having activities to try while at the beach. 

  1. Rio de Janeiro

Well, probably the most famous sculpture in the world, Christo Redentor, is in this city. Many people have seen it in movies, books, magazines, and websites and on TV. A visit to Brazil won’t be complete without taking a picture at the Christ sculpture that stands on top of Mount Corcovado. There are numerous cathedrals and monasteries that you should explore in Rio’s downtown.

  1. Carnaval

This is one of the most rigorous partying events in the world, four straight days. While the celebration occurs in all towns, Rio, Olinda, and Salvador are worth experiencing, thanks to their wide cultural diversity. The festival happens in mid-February and occasionally in March.