Tours in Brazil
First stop Rio De Janiero where the sound of samba rings out and its sandy beaches beckon.
Stunning coastal scenery sets the scene and your group will know you have arrived in Brazil. Another aspect which sets the country apart in the region is its Portuguese colonial influence both in terms of language and architecture with perfectly preserved colonial villages to explore. However, it’s probably the country’s nature which holds the biggest draw for visitors with the Amazon Basin, the world’s largest rainforest and the lesser-known but equally beautiful Pantanal wetlands – again the largest in the world, and the spectacular Iguazu Waterfall forming the icing on the cake. Brazil is big, bold and beautiful – an amazing destination for your group adventure.
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