Rio de Janeiro

One of the Southern Hemisphere's busiest towns, renowned for its natural surroundings, carnival, samba, bossa nova, and balneario beaches.


The National Institute of Amazonian Research, the most significant hub for scientific research in the Amazon area, is located in Manaus, in the heart of the world's biggest rainforest.


Recife, Brazil, is known as the "Venice of Brazil" and is constructed around a multitude of inlets, canals, and bridges that are all protected by the reef that gives the city its name.

Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls, also known as Iguassu, are the biggest broken waterfall in the world since they consist of 275 distinct falls.


El Salvador is known as the "Land of Volcanoes" due to its frequent volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The only nation in Central America without a Caribbean Sea coastline is this one.


Florianopolis is also known as "Ilha da Magia" (the Magic Island) because of how everyone who sets foot on its soil is enchanted by its allure and beauty.

Diamantina National Park

Home to many rare  species.. Hunters Gorge and Lake Constance are significant wetlands that host breeding populations of both local and migratory bird species.


The Pantanal serves as a haven for famous fauna. With over 10 million caimans, this vast swamp contains the highest number of crocodiles in the whole globe.


One of Brazil's most beautiful national parks, Chapada Diamantina offers a variety of hiking and trekking opportunities through picturesque valleys, mountain plateaus, and magical caverns.

Ouro Preto

The town of Ouro Preto is renowned for its Baroque buildings, homey cuisine, and crucial role in Brazil's late-17th-century Gold Rush.