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Day 1: Bright Lights, Big City Get to know one of the world’s largest cities by heading directly into its heart with a tour of neo-Gothic Sé Cathedral and a few hours of free culture at the ...
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, August 2011
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 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 ...
While the two biggest draws on Brazil ’s southern coast are also among South America’s biggest cities—wonderful Rio
and business-savvy Sao Paolo—travelers may find themselves eager to
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 ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, May 2012
While Rio de Janeiro is growing rapidly—the metropolitan area now clocks in at some 6.3 million inhabitants—it has preserved, at its heart, one of the largest and loveliest urban greenspaces in the ...
Rising above Rio de Janeiro’s Sao Conrado and Leblon skyline from Tijuca National Park is a shear granite monolith known as the Pedra de Gavea. Sailors, who still use it for coastal navigation, named ...
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 ...
Turquoise water and sandy cliffs bring beach bums to one of Brazil’s most exclusive strands, Pipa Beach. Called Praia da Pipa in Portuguese and located a mere 52 miles from the northeastern city of ...
Songs tout the beauty of Rio de Janeiro’s beaches and beachcombers, and for good reason. Brazil’s “Marvelous City” boasts nearly 50 miles of powdery beaches, stretching south and west from ...
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Doing what: Petropolis Day Trip from Rio de Janeiro including Imperial Museum and ...