There are all combinations and types of tourism in Brazil offered by ecotourism and adventure travel. Brazil is known for having the greatest biological diversity in the world with a wide range of wildlife, natural environments. One can find gorgeous beaches with historic and cultural tourism. Here are some of the best attractions of Brazil.
Amazonian National Park
The Green Inferno covers an impressive seven of Brazil's 27 states. It covers almost 40% of Brazil's total landmass. Parts of the Amazon cover countries bordering Brazil such as Bolivia, Colombia, Guiana and Peru, but if you come to Brazil you will definitely want to see the most magnificent natural wonder. When you're in the Amazon you can bird watch, hike, climb, take boat journeys along the river. There is no trip to Brazil without a trip to the Amazon.
Iguassu Falls or Iguazu Falls
These have been described as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. They are not the widest waterfall or the tallest, but what it lacks in width and height it makes up for elsewhere. The Parana River is a natural border to Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The time to see these falls is between October and December and he must make arrangements ahead of time to stay here at least one night before you move on to your next destination.
This is one of the greatest wildlife reserves in the world and should be carefully planned, as it is not typically suited to a tourist. There is little infrastructure in this place but don't let this stop you. Fishermen have always been attracted to this best fishing in South America. But most visitors come for the bird watching, which is truly amazing.
This was formally Brazil's colonial capital city and is located on the Bay of All Saints. One will revel in walking the narrow cobblestone streets that have changed little since the days the city served as a slave center of Brazil.
This is a popular destination for tourists right in the heart of the Amazon basin that are looking for excursions in the heartland of the Amazon.
Most of the civilization for centuries did not protrude into Brazil far from the coastline. The majority of the population, trade and cities were all there. The Brazilian government has always dream to move the capital inland and thereby gain control of the vast interior of the country.
One can only say one word regarding the city and that is big. It is not the most populous city in Brazil but the commercial center has the biggest skyscrapers in the country. Don't believe that this city is all work and no play because once the sun goes down this city likes to party with attorneys pubs and clubs and all of Brazil. Many say that Sao Paulo's clubs are more in tune with Western and modern styles than Rio.
You will find us sitting on the Gold Coast of Brazil and this city is a affordable tourist destination. It is well known for this canals and bridges that crisscross the city. You can also check out the museums and churches but don't miss the town's old prison, which is now a shopping complex.
The city was named after Louis XIII and is considered one of Brazil's most beautiful cities. The architecture is very colonial and it was founded by a French pirate so it has magnificent churches and palaces. The city is nothing short of a charming fusion of the cultures of Brazil, Africa and the indigenous Portuguese. It's a beautiful town that is well worth going out of your way for.