The best places to visit in Brazil

Posted by on June 12, 2014

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Maybe the premier of the Brazil World Cup is in the spotlight, but the visitors from all around the world are worth visiting some amazing places that this location has to offer! We present to you some of the most must visit destinations that will make you move away for a while from your TV. Here’s to Brazil!

Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu waterfalls consist of more than 270 smaller waterfalls, most of which, including the one called Devil’s Throat, located on the side of Argentina.

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Pelourinho

The Pelourinho is the historic center of the city Salvador de Bahia. Inviting roads have light buildings, many with impressive facades. The colonial city is a synthesis of European, African and indigenous cultures.

Pelourinho

Pelourinho

Park Jalapao

The combination of plains, golden dunes, rivers and waterfalls make the park Jalapao a favorite for adventurous travelers. After rafting the rapids of the river Novo you can swim in the emerald waterfall Formiga, enjoying the unspoilt beauty of the landscape.

Park Jalapao

Park Jalapao

Amazon rainforest

The largest and richest in biodiversity in the world natural reserve occupies almost half of Brazil, in an area of ​​over 4,000,000 square kilometers. With a little luck, you can see jaguars, parrots, pink dolphins and otters. Just take with you a powerful mosquito repellant.

Amazon rainforest

Amazon rainforest

Fernando de Noronha

Located 354 kilometers off the northeast coast of Brazil, the island Fernando de Noronha is a refuge for sea turtles and dolphins. The archipelago has some of the best places for Yas diving and surfing in Brazil. In order to maintain the character of the island, only 460 visitors are allowed to go to the island every day, paying a small tax of Environmental Protection.

Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha

Sao Miguel das Missoes

A tour at the Missoes means a step back to the early decades of the 17th century. The Cathedral of the Jesuit mission in mid 1700, was built over 10 years by hundreds of indigenous Guarani.

Sao Miguel das Missoes

Sao Miguel das Missoes

View more here: Trekking in Lencois | The heart of the Chapada Diamantina in Brazil, The Gramado Natal Luz | A Christmas festival in Brazil.

By Nicole P.

Brazil photos: Mathieu Bertrand, Bruno Mooca, Nguyen Ngoc Chinh, Roberto Cavalcanti, Gabriel Franceschi, Tony Costa.

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