Culture & Nature Travel in Brazil
Modern-days Brazil: Melting Pot of Indigenous, European, and African Culture – Surrounded by Unique Nature
For our Brazil Highlights Tour we have chosen four of our favourite parts of the country with the highlights: The tropical metropolis Rio de Janeiro, colonial Paraty, the Amazon rainforest, and beach Paradise and scuba-diving hotspot Arraial do Cabo.
Imagine traveling on ten tumbling Amazon Rivers so remote that you never meet other travelers. Instead, you chance upon enchanted waterfalls. Lagoons, hidden deep in the emerald rainforests. Feel the eyes of the forest animals watching you.
Once each year we show you cultural highlights like the Afro-Brazilian heritage, ultra modern Brasilia, bustling Rio and charming Paraty, the colonial gem.
A tour that takes you not only to the most famous highlights but also to some of the lesser known and hidden treasures of Brazil.
Over the course of 9 days you will have the chance to explore and discover one of the most famous cities in the world before enjoying a horse-back riding holiday in a beautiful and tranquil town only two short hours away from Brazil’s culture capital.
The magical sand dunes of Lençois Maranhenses National Park, stunning nature scenes between river and ocean in the Rio Parnaíba Delta, and Serra de Ibiapaba with its national parks Ubajara and Sete Cidades with its tabletop mountains and breathtaking waterfalls.
Exotic Afro-Brazilian rhythm and cultural heritage, syncretism, mysterious candomblé rites, history of the colonial back-country.
On a trip of a life time that is both adventurous and challenging; the Yanomami people take you to the Pico da Neblina in the deep and untamed Amazon.
The canoe glides silently over the canopies, you watch giant cayman, sloth, giant otter, anaconda, monkeys, visit indios and cabóclos and have piranhas for dinner.
Feel the compelling charm of colonial Paraty strolling through cobble stone alleys, and take a schooner trip to the tropical islands off the Green Coast.
The indigenous people of the Satéré-Mawê tribe will provide first hand experience about the forest, the rivers, and their way of dealing with this unique and precious environment.
You will not only discover Rio de Janeiro’s world famous attractions but also immerse into the lifestyle and culture of this tropical metropolis.