SMILE. YOU’VE LANDED IN BRAZIL.
Holding the title of the world’s fifth largest country, Brazil dominates almost half of South America. Covering more than five-million-square miles, it spans four time zones and exceeds the size of the contiguous 48 United States. Brazil’s territory displays great topographical variety, housing mountains, plains, rainforests, islands and 4,600 miles of Atlantic coastline—a seemingly endless stretch of white and gold beaches.
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READ GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON
SIP AGUA DE COCO
EXPERIENCE ENDLESS BEACHES OF BAHIA
Brazil is one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet, home to approximately four million plant and animal species. The Pantanal, a 75,000-square mile wetland, is located in Brazil’s southern interior. During the dry season (April to September), this area brims with fauna—toucans, jaguars, giant river otters and an estimated 1,000 bird species.
The Amazon Basin, covering the country’s northwest, contains the world’s largest rainforest, home to one-third of all species on the planet. Brazil’s human population is equally diverse. European, Asian, African, and indigenous peoples all add to the cultural milieu.
With so many options and so much to experience, expert help is essential here. Over the years, we’ve inspected hundreds of hotels and restaurants across Brazil. We can help you plan the perfect trip. Many of our clients go back year after year; Brazil tends to leave visitors with a strong sense of saudade—nostalgic longing to return.
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FERNANDO DE NORONHA
FORTALEZA, NATAL & BEYOND
ILHA GRANDE & ANGRA DOS REIS
ILHEUS & ITACARE
OURO PRETO & MINA GERAIS
RECIFE, OLINDA & MACEIO
RIO DE JANEIRO
First light at Machu Picchu is an unforgettable experience. At dawn, the site is often concealed by low clouds. As the sun rises, the mists slowly dissipate to reveal walls and plazas — first in glimpses, then in majesty.