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While the Brazilian side of Iguacu offers the finest views, folks who want to immerse themselves in the prismatic mists of the other 80% of the falls will want to cross the border to Argentina. In ...
Only about 20% of the park lies on the Brazilian side of the border. Thus, the vast majority of hiking trails, adventure tours, and other activities begin on the Argentine side. There's still plenty ...
Brazil is an enormous country—the fifth largest in the world—and home to some of the most astounding ecosystems and outrageous adventures on the planet. For active travelers, the sky is quite ...
Written by Ernest White, January 2013
Perched almost at the easternmost tip of Brazil, Baia Formosa’s very name—“beautiful bay” in Portuguese—gives visitors an idea of its tropical charms even before arrival. Located a mere 60 miles ...
The largest city on Brazil’s Northern Coast is Recife, so called for the coral reefs just offshore its almost equatorial islands and bays. Though the weather is warm and tropical all year, this ...
It can be tough to leave the marvelous city, as its seemingly endless attractions—beaches, rainforests, nightlife, and so much more—conspire to keep the traveler here long past his or her plans. But, ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, February 2012
Rio de Janiero, like most of Brazil, is riding a wave of economic prosperity that makes more developed nations sigh with envy. Last month, Brazil eclipsed the UK to become the world’s sixth largest ...
Most people think of Rio de Janeiro as a decidedly adult destination: a global party capital known for its nightlife, string bikinis and of course, the debauchery of Carnival. But there’s another ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, February 2013
Encompassing an incredible 1.4 billion acres (500,000 sq km) and making up more than half of the world’s remaining rainforest, the vast Amazon rainforest is teeming with natural wonders. The sheer ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, April 2012
Rio’s world-famous landscape is a vision to fly above, though most of us will see it only from the famous cable car up to Sugar Loaf Mountain and the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer. More ...
Written by Ernest White, February 2013
If the hustle and bustle of Brazil’s most exuberant city, Rio de Janeiro, gets to be too much, there’s one little green spot in the Lagoa district that offers all the peace and tranquility one could ...
Written by Carlos Stucky, Brazil, February 2012
I always wondered how Dionysus or Bacchus would feel if they ever had the chance to be in Rio during their season… I would guess, not disappointed!
Other than being considered the greatest show ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, December 2012
This was once Brazil’s boomtown, where untold billions were made off the bounty of the rainforest. Founded in 1669, Manaus profited off rainforest products ranging from rubber to Brazil nuts; ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, September 2012
While Rio de Janeiro gets all the ink (and Sao Paolo, the business), the true birthplace of what we now think of as Brazilian culture is the tropical capital of Bahia State, Salvador de Bahia. ...
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