Experience A Lifetime Tour Of Brazil With This Tour Guide
As the largest country in South America, Brazil covers almost half the continent. Almost all of it is in the Southern Hemisphere and much of it is tropical, with vast stretches of rainforest filled with exotic plants and wildlife. The Atlantic coast is lined with golden sand beaches, while its interior is filled with mineral resources. Known for being home to one of the top football teams in the world, the remarkable Iguazu Falls, and the Rio de Janeiro Carnival, Brazil is truly an exciting world travel destination. For tourists across the globe, Brazil is both a tropical paradise as well as an exciting cultural destination having plenty of attractions for all tastes, from jungle explorations and world-class art museums to the idyllic beach vacations and the pulsing rhythms of Rio’s Carnival. Here is a Brazil tour itinerary designed to give an insider’s access to some of the most coveted attractions and experiences in Brazil. Check it out...
Architecture / Arts & Crafts Tours / Cultural Activities / Historical Sites / History & Archaeology Tours / Landmarks / Local Food / World Heritage Sites / Food & Wine / Gourmet Dining / Beaches / Cruise Excursions / Music / Scenic Drive / Small Towns / Villages / Walking Tours / Boating & Sailing / Ecotourism / Helicopter Tours / National Park / Reserve / Nature / Outdoor Adventures / Safari / Wildlife / Waterfalls
Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, Cuiabá, Pantanal, Manaus, Amazon River
Experience a behind-the-scenes private tour of the unmatchable Maracana Stadium
Explore pristine Iguazu Falls by air for a once-in-a-lifetime helicopter ride, then spend the evening viewing Iguazu by moonlight
Dine under the stars and deep within the lush confines of the Pantanal, where a traditional Brazilian barbecue is sure to offer the perfect welcome to one of the wildest and most wonderful regions on the planet
Set out for a night-time cruise along the tributaries of the mighty Amazon
Walk the streets of Manaus, the capital of the State of Amazonas and one of the largest in the region, with spectacular museums and ecotourism offerings that are among the best around
Trip at a Glance:
(Day 1): Rio de Janeiro—Arrival
(Day 2): Rio de Janeiro—Visit the Largest Stadium in South America
(Day 3): Rio to Iguazu Falls—Arrival and Helicopter Ride over the Falls
(Day 4): Pantanal—Discovering the Wildlife of the Pantanal
(Day 5): Pantanal to Manaus—Arrival in the Capital of Amazonas
(Day 6): Amazon Cruise— Tour the Islands of the Amazon
(Day 7): Manaus—Departure from Brazil
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
From the hustle and bustle of the city life along the beaches of Rio to the allure of wildlife in the plains of Pantanal, from the feet of Cristo Redentor to the headwaters of the Amazon to the heart of Iguazu Falls, Brazil is truly a country that is begging to be explored.
This 7-day tour includes activities and experiences that are sure to leave every traveler with the passion of this very famous nation, be the museum-goers or sports enthusiasts, nature buffs or city slickers, those who seek to rock the night away or those who spend their days in quiet contemplation of the natural world - whatever your interests, hopes or dreams, you are sure to encounter all of them during this captivating adventurous trip to Brazil.
Start your trip in Rio de Janeiro, which is one of the largest cities in the country and well-known throughout the globe for its beautiful scenery, laid-back lifestyle and cosmopolitan environments. Here you’ll climb Mount Corcovado and Sugarloaf Mountain to catch glamorous glimpses of the metropolis stretching endlessly below you. Experience the majesty of nature at the ceaseless cascades at Iguazu Falls before setting out for one of the world’s largest wetlands and the breathtaking beauty of Pantanal. Spend a dream-making night on board a luxury sailing vessel as you cruise the mighty Amazon, and spend your night searching for some of the region’s most secluded—and noteworthy—wildlife.
You’ll be swept up by the salsa along the streets of Rio, the birds that fill the air of the Pantanal, and the roaring that fills your ears as you walk the cataracts of Iguazu; you’ll be struck dumb by a sunrise over the Amazon or a sunset descending on Rio de Janeiro Harbor; and you’ll never forget the sounds of a jaguar in the depths of the rainforest or the pulse of the city lake on a weekend. The beaches and floodplains, hills and rivers, the songs and dances and sounds from the native animals all speak to you, beckoning for you to visit: there’s never been a better time to listen to them.