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One of the best places to satiate your hunger for extreme outdoor adventure would be Brazil. Its dazzling beaches, alluring rainforests, dramatic landscapes and tropical islands will surely make the wanderlust in you explore further. Its colonial towns and frenzy accommodations will excite you. Both the people and the place have a way of enchanting your experience. You can get lost in the Amazon Rainforest. You can also dance to the beat of samba during the Carnaval celebration, or dance your heart out in Rio de Janeiro’s atmospheric samba clubs. Truly, Brazil is for the relentless traveller whose energy is always on the go.

Brazil is home to a number of natural wonders. Luscious trees are bountiful in the Amazon Rainforest, which holds more than half of the world’s remaining rainforest with approximately one billion acres. You can also explore the Atlantic forest, or the Mata Atlantica, which has a wide variety of vegetation as well as various tree species. The Mata Atlantica is also designated as a World Biosphere Reserve, being home to a number of highly endangered species such as marmosets, lion tamarins, and woolly spider monkeys. To have an amazing view of cliffs and canyons, you could go see the Campos Gerais region of the Amazon Rainforest. Here the Jaguaricatu Valley is frequented by tourists for its rafting activity. The Pantanal is one of the world’s largest tropical wetland, which nurtures a biological diverse collection of aquatic plants. The Waterfalls are also noteworthy of attention. Go visit the Iguacu Falls in eastern Parana to see the most spectacular waterfall in the world, as well as the Cachoeira da Fumaça, in Bahia’s Chapada Diamantina National Park, Brazil’s second highest waterfall next to Cachoeira do Araca.

Outside the forest, you will find the city of Rio de Janeiro to be lively entertaining. It is famous for its breath-taking landscape, laidback beach culture, and the annual Carnaval Festival. To say that Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s capital is a fallacy that you should not commit to think after it gave the distinction to Brasilia. Despite this, Rio de Janeiro is home to famous beaches Copacabana and Ipanema. Visitors will also be welcomed by the gigantic Christ the Redeemer statue. While in Rio de Janeiro, you can also go see the Sugar Loaf Mountain riding atop the cable car. The best way to maximise and enjoy your stay in Rio de Janeiro would be the month before Lenten Season in order to witness and celebrate the Carnaval Celebration. The festival is held during Friday until Tuesday just before Ash Wednesday, and lasts for almost two weeks. During the festival, samba schools parade in the Centro on a gigantic structure called the Sambadrome. If you have a penchant for music, you will find Rio de Janeiro truly an entertaining city as this is the cradle place of three musical genres called the samba, choro, and bossa nova.

How to get around within Brazil

To reach most of cities in Brazil, air travel is the most convenient option, with many flights making numerous stops. But if you want to explore the country by land, you can rent a car near the airports and drive. Upon arrival in cities, you will find that the most convenient way of reaching places is through bicycle.

How to get there

You can reach Brazil through São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport, Brazil’s largest international airport, and the hub of TAM Airlines, which has direct flights to many capital cities in South America. Other direct flights also include cities from North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. You can also come through Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport, second largest airport in Brazil, and home of Gol Transportes Aéreos, which flies to numerous regional destinations which includes Santiago, Buenos Aires, and Asuncion. Gol Transportes Aéreos also has direct flights from North America, Africa, and Europe. 

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