Samba dreams and tropical gleams: unveiling the vibrant tapestry of Brazil

With an abundance of natural wonders, beaches and beauty, Brazil offers the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation. Most often, Brazil is associated with samba and breathtaking landscapes. A country the size of Brazil has much more to offer. Brazil is a wonderful cultural destination and because of the diversity in the country, you can do many different activities. For example, you can visit beautiful beaches, jungles and unique art museums. Brazil is of course also known for its beautiful football, also called ‘Joga Bonita’, which stands for beautiful football. If you think of Brazil, you can of course think of the carnival that is organized annually which is a must visit in your life!

  • Rio de Janeiro

    Rio de Janeiro
    Simply known as the "marvelous city”

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazils most iconic city, is best known for its Carnival, which happens around January to March every year. Furthermore, the majestic Amazon rainforest and Pantanal, with thousands of animal species adds to the adventure. Not to mention the 7,400-kilometer coastline and beaches. Samba and Bossa Nova music can be heard played live in bars and restaurants, with the locals, “Cariocas”, singing along.

  • Pantanal

    The world’s largest tropical wetland area

    The Pantanal is a nature reserve full of many different types of species, impressive flora and fauna as well as numerous rivers and freshwater lakes. Here you can do excursions by jeep, boat, on foot and on horseback also you have the opportunity to explore this unique environment while seeing a variety of animals. If you are lucky you could see caimans, jaguars, monkeys, anteaters, tapirs and exotic birds.

  • Brazilian Churrasco

    Brazilian Churrasco
    Flame-kissed carnaval: sizzling delights

    In Brazil, meat is cooked in churrasco style, which translates roughly from the Portuguese word for “barbecue”. Churrasco is a traditional way of making meat in Brazil, large pieces of meat such as beef, pork and chicken are grilled on an open fire and then cut into thin slices. The meat is often seasoned with salt, pepper and other spices. Churrasco is often served with rice, beans, vegetables and a spicy Brazilian sauce. When visiting Brazil with your groups you should definetly taste this local cuisine.

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