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Attend the Ginga Tropical Show, a dance and music that allows you to learn about Brazil's vibrant history and culture through its traditional music and dance. During this show, see talented performers dance the lambada, samba and bossa nova dressed in outrageous Carnival costumes. Hear folklore from around the diverse country, live drumming and the Brazilian martial art: capoeira.
Dance in your seat to Brazilian rhythms during this samba show in a historical theater. Sit back and watch the experts perform to infectious music on stage. Eat a meal of Brazilian and international cuisine at a traditional steakhouse before the show begins. Round-trip transportation from central Rio de Janeiro hotels is included.
Attend a soccer match in Rio during your stay. With a local guide, join the thousands of enthusiastic fans at one of the city's stadiums to cheer on a local team. Learn the local cheers and fight songs and get informative commentary from your guide on the history and traditions of 'futbol' in Rio. This experience includes a general admission ticket and round-trip transportation from your hotel.
While in Rio de Janeiro, go out for a night in the city with this admission ticket to see the live show Ginga Tropical at Leblon theater. This 1.5-hour show is in its fifth year running, and it gives you an interactive tour of Brazilian culture through dance, music, and live performance. Watch as artists combine frevo, Capoeira, and other methods of entertainment. At the end of the show, you can even join in as the cast invites the audience to samba with them in a Carnival-inspired finale.
Rio’s Carnival Parade is famous around the world and with more than two million people visiting the city during Carnival, booking your tickets in advance is essential. With this ticket, choose from multiple seating options and experience one of the spectacular samba school parades from the grandstand. A subway pass is also included, ensuring hassle-free transport to and from the Sambadrome, as well as to other attractions around the city.
Attend the epic Rio de Janeiro Carnaval (Carnival) parade with this ticket for a seat in Sector 9 in the Sambadromo (Sambadrome). View talented samba dancers in outrageous costumes as they dance their hearts out in one of the world's most famous Carnival celebrations. This ticket provides a fantastic view of the parade grounds, where you'll see all of Rio's samba schools strut their stuff, accompanied by elaborate parade floats and infectious drumming. Choose one of four nights, and upgrade to include round-trip transportation from your Rio hotel if you choose.
Imagine yourself in Guanabara Bay on a two-story boat transformed into a nightclub with bar, DJs, professional sound and light system and much more!
One of the best parties in town.
Rio Boat Club is a completely unique and original party. Strolling through Guanabara Bay, one of Rio's most traditional and beautiful scenery, you will board a double-decker boat that transforms into a nightclub of bars, amazing djs and professional lights, along with a vibrant crowd of locals. All the world.
Happy Hour from 11pm to 12am
Open bar for women
2x1 in spirits for men
Departure from the hotel or apartment, to participate in the samba rehearsals of the Samba Schools of the Rio de Janeiro Special Group, with their live drummers and percussionists, passers-by, samba players, Mestre-Sala and Porta-Bandeira, ward of the Baianas and active participation together with members of the community throughout the rehearsal, dancing and singing. A unique thrill for you to take home.
Bust a move alongside Rio locals during this flexible-length excursion to the Bailes of Madureira, a regular African-Brazilian dance party held at the city’s Espaço Cultural Rio Hip-Hop Charme. Mix it up with the party’s crowd of young, well-dressed locals, enjoying a body-shaking playlist of American pop, funk, soul and hip-hop blended with an eclectic range of Brazilian hip-hop and ‘charme’ (local-style R&B). A driver-guide, party cover charge and round-trip hotel transport are included.
Rio de Janeiro’s nightlife is legendary and the city has a thriving LGBTQ scene. On this tour, experience Rio after dark and discover the city’s coolest gay bars, nightclubs, and music venues. Accompanied by a local guide and a small-group of up to 15 like-minded party-goers, you’re sure to have an unforgettable evening.
Enjoy a night out on the town in Rio de Janeiro with dinner and a show at Rio Scenarium. Meet your guide at your hotel and head to a classic Brazilian churrascaria and enjoy a non-stop buffet of succulent meats. After your delicious dinner, head to the Lapa district to the Rio Scenarium nightclub to listen to live music showcasing the best of Brazilian popular music.
While in Rio de Janeiro, go out for a night in the city to see the live show Ginga Tropical !!! This 1.5 hour show is in its fifth consecutive year and offers an interactive tour of Brazilian culture through dance, music and live performances. See how artists combine frevo, capoeira and other entertainment methods.
The show goes on a tour of Tupinikins, passing through the Festival of Parintins, Lambada, Carimbó, Xaxado, Forró, Frevo, Maculelê, Capoeira, Dance of Orixás, Boleadeiras (RS), Bossa Nova, Samba de Gafieira, the world-famous Carnival and much more!
Our artists lend their bodies, with integrity, so that everyone knows the happiness of the Brazilian people, surpassing stereotypes.
At the end of the show, you can even participate, as the cast invites the audience to a samba with them in a carnival-inspired ending
Rio Scenarium is located in the hip neighborhood of Lapa, Rio de Janeiro’s top destination for nightlife and authentic Brazilian music. Dance to live bands at this popular bar, a former warehouse that boasts three floors. A guide can accompany you during the entire 5-hour experience so you don’t have to navigate the dancefloor on your own. Upgrade to include dinner with drinks and round-trip hotel transport.
Want to meet the bohemian soul of one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world?
Come and meet the folk of Lapa in one of the pillars of the night in Rio, the Rio Scenarium with its shows, drinks and retro decorations.
Discover Rio Scenarium with your guide, listening to the various Brazilian musical genres and tasting the delights of bartenders.
Gastrobar in an old mansion, full of antiques, has shows of samba bands and choro and dance floor.
The tour includes a registered guide, lunch at a steakhouse at the free buffet, and transportation with air conditioning.
Spend an evening on the town at the Rio Scenarium nightclub during this evening excursion in the neighborhood of Lapa. Party like a 'carioca', or resident of Rio, as you dance the night away to samba, Brazilian Popular Music and other world music. With your local nightlife guide, explore what the Guardian has called one of the Top 10 best bars in the world. Round-trip transportation from Rio hotels is included.
Sunny days, flip-flops, cold beer and football. It can't get any better than that!
Attend a soccer match in Rio during your stay. With the Homefans Local guide, join the thousands of enthusiastic fans at one of the city's stadiums to cheer on a local team.
Learn the local cheers and fight songs and get informative commentary from your guide on the history and traditions of 'futbol' in Rio.
This experience includes a general admission ticket, Homefans guide and subway ticket
- Do as the locals do and attend a Brazilian football match
- Watch as the top teams in Rio: Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco da Gama
- Attend an amazing pre-match experience with local fans
Cheer like a local during this football game experience at Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. First, learn some behind-the-scenes facts about Brazilian football, then join the fans for a beer (or a soft drink) and get to know the team chants so you can sing along during the game.
Barbecues are a style of service to eat at ease in Brazilian restaurants. In most other parts of the world outside Brazil, they are commonly known as carvery restaurants. You pay a fixed price and the waiters bring you the food until you have had enough. With round-trip transportation from the hotel, a local guide and free food, all you have to do is bring your appetite!
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Maracanã Stadium during this guided tour. Explore the stadium, renovated for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, check out the locker rooms. Sit on the team bench where greats like Pele rested after he scored his thousandth goal. Listen as your guide tells tales of legendary matches like Brazil's devastating loss in the 1950 World Cup. Round-trip climate-controlled transportation from most Rio hotels is included.
Spend an epic day and night exploring all of Rio's attractions during this full-day tour. During the day, follow your guide to attractions like the Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) statue on top of Corcovado Mountain, reached via a cog train ride through the Tijuca Rainforest. Take the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain for spectacular views of Guanabara Bay and enjoy a downtown tour including Cinelandia Square and the Metropolitan Cathedral. In the evening, attend the Ginga Tropical show, a vibrant dance performance that celebrates the country's cultural roots. Lunch and round-trip port or hotel transportation are included.
The itinerary starts in front of the MAR- Rio Art Museum, goes through the Church of São Francisco da Prainha, Largo São Francisco de Prainha, Salt Rock (Pedra do Sal), Valongo Wharf (Cais do Valongo), Dockworkers Square (Praça dos Estivadores), Valongo Hanging Garden (Jardim Suspenso do Valongo) and ends in the Cultural Space Casa da Tia Ciata.
Get to know Little Africa in Rio de Janeiro with Tia Ciata's history as samba began and finalize the visit to the cultural space Casa da Tia Ciata.
It is transmitted through a tour of Little Africa with the tour guide Marllon Azevedo, the narrated culture, describing the places where Aunt Ciata passed. Considered the Matriarch of Samba, she began the tradition of the Baiana de Acarajé Board and to this day is honored for her contribution to the formation of the Brazilian scene, being recognized as one of the homeland heroines in the book Heroes and Heroines of Rio de Janeiro (City).
Little Africa is a name given by Heitor dos Prazeres, a region of Rio de Janeiro comprised of the Rio de Janeiro.
Take part in one of the world's largest parties on this 8-hour tour of Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Dress up in a gorgeous costume, and take part in the Samba Parade. Plus, get scored alongside locals for an authentic Carnival experience. No experience with samba is necessary to participate.
Watch a match at Maracanã, our packages include round-trip transportation (with several departure points in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, from Leme to Leblon - Consult after booking), Entrance to the central sector and accredited local guides experience in major events.
Our transport offers all comfort, we work with cars, vans and executive buses.
Our tickets are extremely well located, in the central sector, with a perfect view of the departure.
Our guides speak several languages, mainly English and Spanish (we have options in other languages. Consult after booking).
We have partnerships with more than 60 hotels in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, where we regularly depart for departures.
The guide remains with the group inside the stadium during the match to guide in whatever situation is necessary.
We have all the necessary documentation to act and insurance for all our passengers.
Comfort and safety. Come with the best.
Celebrating Carnival in Rio is an unforgettable experience and the biggest event is the grand Carnival Parade. Admission tickets are only released a week before the event and sell out quickly, but this tour takes all the hassle out of securing your seats. Choose to attend the Sunday or Monday parade with seats in the grandstand and enjoy spectacular views of the parade, which includes performances by Rio’s 14 samba schools.