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Even if your visit to Rio de Janeiro is a short one, you should budget a day or two to travel to some of the exotic tropical islands surrounding the marvelous city in the Green Coast Region. A ...
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 ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, May 2011
Most visitors to Brazil’s lush, wealthy Brasilia State come to enjoy the fantastic beaches, such Praia de Forte, Costa de Sauipe, and Itaparica Island, as well as the rich cultural milieu, historic ...
Though the climate change debate remains contentious (in the USA, at least), there is at least one aspect of global warming that cannot be denied. Current conditions in the Brazilian rainforest are ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, July 2011
It is an honor—but also a responsibility—for any nation to be
entrusted with the care of one of the most the most biodiverse,
ecologically sensitive, and globally important regions of the world. ...
The Amazon winds 6992 kilometers (4345 miles) through the South
American rainforest, connecting Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia,
Venezuela, Guyana, and of course Brazil
with its massive flow ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, October 2011
Though it sometimes seems as if our world were entirely tamed, this is emphatically not the truth. Nowhere is this more clear than the depths of the Amazon rainforest, a region—though increasingly ...
Written by Ernest White, November 2012
Who would expect that one of the world’s largest wetlands would be
situated thousands of miles away from the coast, virtually in the middle
of a continent? Known for its incredible biodiversity ...
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 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 Paige, Nicaragua, August 2012
The Amazon is famously the world’s largest rainforest, and its biggest city is Manaus: simultaneously a florid, humid, beaux arts-ish monument to the golden age of the rubber barons and a thriving, ...
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Doing what: Day Trip to the Argentinian Side of Iguassu Falls from Foz do ...