Brazil is mainly known for the swinging carnival, the lively cities and the colorful diversity of cultures. But the country has much more to offer.
Discover Brazil by car
Drive a great route along the coast, visit colonial sites or drive the unpaved part of the Transamazonica. Brazil is an excellent destination to discover by rental car.
Rio, the wonderful city
Everyone at our office loves this city. The sea and the mountains, the huge statue Christ the Redeemer and all the people. Rio de Janeiro is called 'Cidade Maravilhosa' for a reason.
Beaches in paradise
Stroll endlessly along the white sandy beaches, get to know the local people in small fishing villages and admire a characteristic landscape of lagoons, swamps, dunes and coral reefs. Brazil has plenty of beaches where you can end your trip.
Brazil once was a colony of Portugal. You can notice this because Brazil is the only Latin-American country where Portuguese is spoken. Spread across the country you will find several impressive colonial cities that are definitely worth a visit because of the architecture and history.
Spotting wildlife in the Pantanal
The Pantanal is one of the world's largest tropical wetland areas. Contrary to what most people think, the best place to observe wildlife is the Pantanal and not the Amazon.
Cruise over the Amazon river
If we say Brazil, you say the Amazon. This area, which covers half of the country, is the largest tropical rainforest and the richest ecosystem in the world. This area is rich in special tree and plant species.
The impressive waterfalls
On the border with Argentina you find one of the most beautiful natural spectacles in the world: The Iguaçu Falls. From the Brazilian side you can walk straight into the heart of the falls. The sound is deafening and the experience is unforgettable.
São Paulo, the New York of South America
São Paulo, the beating heart of the Brazilian and South American economy! Most travelers fly directly to other destinations in the country. However, for city lovers it is highly recommended to stay here a little longer.