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Summit both Corcovado and Sugar Loaf mountains in the early morning to beat the crowds on this half-day tour in Rio de Janeiro. After bright and early pickup from your Rio hotel, travel through the Tijuca National Forest to get up close with the Christ the Redeemer statue without throngs of people around. After learning about its history from your local guide, move on to Sugar Loaf Mountain for spectacular views of the sprawling city, slowly waking up in the morning light. Tickets for the Sugar Loaf cable car are not included.
Get an in-depth local experience with this walking tour of one of Rio's favelas, Rocinha. Follow your resident guide to get an insider's perspective on daily life and learn about the challenges these communities face.
Ride through Tijuca National Park's rainforest in an open-top Jeep during this half-day trip from Rio. During guided eco-tour, hike through the forest to spot sloths, butterflies, monkeys, and birds. Enjoy panoramic views from Vista Chinesa (Chinese View) and marvel at the fact that this section of the Mata Atlântica (Atlantic Forest) is just 10 minutes outside the city limits. Round-trip transportation from Rio hotels is included.
The Tijuca Forest represents one of the greatest natural treasures of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Trip in Rio offers the best guides and all the conditions necessary for you to have the best experience in our marvelous city. During this trip you will get to see some of Tijuca's most famous attractions such as the Chinese view, the emperor's table and Taunay cascatinha. See wildlife and feel nature in its most beautiful and full natural beauty.
Begin your tour at Downtown (“Centro”), where you will get the tram (“bondinho”) to the bohemian neighborhood of Santa Teresa. You will drive over the Arcos da Lapa.Then, walk along the bohemian neighborhood of Santa Teresa, a bucolic area in Rio de Janeiro. You will visit the Ruins Park (closed on Mondays), a public park with an art gallery built around the ruins of a mansion. Up next, you will walk down the colorful Selarón Steps, one of Rio’s landmarks, and arrive at the district of Lapa, the zone with most traditional nightlife.Take a stroll in the Passeio Público, the oldest public park in the South America, to reach Cinelândia, a lively spot in Rio thanks to its bars, restaurants and cultural attractions. Your last stop will be at Confeitaria Colombo (closed on Sundays), a permanent member of all “must-see cafés” rankings around the world.
Visit São Paulo's major attractions and most significant sights on this private city tour with a guide. The itinerary may include stops at Ibirapuera Park, the historical downtown, Paulista Ave. (the most important Brazilian thoroughfare), and more. Since this is a private tour, you will be able to determine which sights you want to see and for how long.
Whoever wants to know the city in more depth needs to take this tour!In addition to the sights mentioned in the 6-hour program, tours of the Municipal Market and Vila madalena, the most bohemian neighborhood in São Paulo, are also included. This group value up to 15 people.
Add some outdoor adventure to your time in the ‘urban jungle’ of Rio during this 4-hour Jeep excursion in Tijuca Forest. Drive through one of the world’s largest urban forests, admiring bird’s eye views of iconic Rio sights like the Christ the Redeemer statue, Copacabana Beach and Ipanema Beach. You’ll also have time to explore by foot along the forest’s hiking trails, keeping your eyes peeled to spot local wildlife and lush tropical plants. A guide and round-trip hotel transport are also included.
See two iconic Rio de Janeiro landmarks from the water—Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf—while sailing aboard a 40-foot (12-meter) yacht. Sail in Guanabara Bay or the open sea while you relax with a welcome drink and snacks. Enjoy stunning views and discover the magic of sailing from the captain who illuminates Rio’s history. This 3-hour boat tour has a max capacity of 10 for a small-group experience.
Get a glimpse into local life in Rio de Janeiro during a favela tour that reveals a different side of the Marvelous City. In an intimate group limited to 12 travelers, you’ll explore two of the largest favelas in Rio, and benefit from the local insight of a guide as you learn more about living conditions in the city.
Sail along Guanabara Bay just as the sun is setting below the horizon and experience Rio when it starts to come to life. This small-group sailing adventure is a perfect way to relax and see the sites such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sugarloaf Mountain, and the Rio-Niteroi Bridge. Relax with complimentary drinks and light snacks while you sail.
Take advantage of a layover in São Paulo with this private tour. After the airport (if applicable), you and your guide/driver will visit the city's popular attractions based on your interests such as the soccer stadium, Ibirapuera Park, and more. The tour includes round-trip transportation to/from the airport, if you're on a layover or you can be picked up and dropped off at your hotel in São Paulo.
Get an overview of the beach town of Santos on this private tour. You can move at your own pace and enjoy guided commentary tailored to your interests as you explore. You can be sure to check all the most important sights off your list as your guide leads you through a carefully-curated itinerary.
Enjoy close the natural diversity of Rio de Janeiro. Begin your tour at the Botanical Garden and visit the Sensory Garden, the Brazilwood (tree that gives name to the country), the Turtle Lake and the lake with the giant-water-lily. Walk through the bicentenary imperial palm trees as you go to the orchidarium and bromeliad house.Then, visit the Vista Chinesa gazebo and enjoy a panoramic view of Rio de Janeiro with mountains, forest and ocean at 388 meters above sea level. In a distance, you can also see Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf. Follow to an adventure at Tijuca National Forest, one of the largest urban forest in the world. Observe the Taunay Waterfall and walk through a simple trail as you learn more about the Atlantic Forest, its flora and fauna. Get back to the vehicle and pass by the famous São Conrado beach to observe the hang gliders and paragliders, before returning to the hotel through a panoramic route.
With so much to see and do in this a vibrant and bustling metropolis, Rio de Janeiro can be a bit overwhelming. Take the stress-free route with this full day tour and hit all the best spots. Starting atop Corcovado Mountain next to the city’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, you’ll get your bearings before exploring Rio’s best neighborhoods including Santa Teresa, Lapa and Urca. Finish the tour with a cable car ride to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain, with views of Copacabana Beach.
This stroll will give you an excellent overview of the Historic Center of Rio, which combines Baroque churches, colonial buildings and modern buildings as it is also the business center of Rio. The visit is made on foot at your own pace and ends with a lunch on Cinelandia square included in the service.
During the Carnival period, from February 20th untill March 1st, 2020, join us, in a small group tour, for a half-day of fun, visiting the 2 most well-known landmarks in the city.Following early morning pickup at your Rio de Janeiro accommodation, board an air-conditioned minivan and head straight to the Statue of Christ the Redeemer. Travel through Tijuca National Park, and spend ample time admiring views beside one of the New7Wonders of the World.Then, take a cable car to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain for more spectacular landscapes of Rio. Plus, enjoy the views from Flamengo and Botafogo beachs before your tour concludes at the Cruise Terminal drop-off.
Get a glimpse behind the scenes of Carnival during this tour of Cidade do Samba. On this outing, follow your guide on a tour of the Acadêmicos do Grande Rio's warehouse, one of Rio's top samba schools, where they store their outrageous costumes and grandiose parade floats. Toast to your insider's experience with a traditional caipirinha while you learn about the history and culture of the Carnival in Brazil. Brave visitors can even try on a few feathered costumes. Round-trip transportation from central Rio hotels is included.
First time in São Paulo? It can be a little overwhelming to say the least. Take this half-day private driving tour and get an overview of all this vibrant Brazilian city has to offer. Considered Brazil’s ‘late bloomer’, what São Paulo lacks in colonial history, it more than makes up for with its modern architecture and emerging art scene. Personalize your tour by choosing stops along the way to explore, snap some pics or grab a bite.
Get picked up from the Cruise Terminal Pier Mauá and drive up to the Christ the Redeemer statue - one of the New Seven Wonders of the World - on top of Corcovado Mountain. The drive is short and beautiful, traveling through the Tijuca Forest - one of the largest urban forest of the world - before opening up to incredible views of the entire city. After, pass by the edge of Copacabana beach and conclude the tour with an exquisitely beautiful panorama of one of the most famous beaches in Brazil. Return to the Cruise Terminal Pier Mauá.
Discover Rio’s highlights on this sightseeing tour of the city. Meet your guide at your accommodation in Rio and take off in a minibus to explore the city's landmarks. Stop at Tijuca National Park to see some wildlife before heading to the Christ the Redeemer statue. Explore the neighborhood of Santa Teresa before ending the tour at Sugarloaf Mountain to enjoy the sunset or head back to your hotel.
Spend the afternoon and early evening exploring Rio de Janeiro's top sights, culminating in sunset views over the city. With your group, follow your guide's carefully-curated itinerary designed to show you the best of the city. Highlights include the Selaron Steps, the Metropolitan Cathedral, Christ the Redeemer, and sunset at Sugarloaf Mountain.
This express city tour is designed for people with little time to complete the full day tour "A Day in Rio de Janeiro". Visiting sights is faster and there is no stop for lunch. The tour lasts an average of 05 hours. If you have more time to enjoy the city, opt for the "One Day in Rio de Janeiro" tours.The tour includes visit to the following sights of the city:Christ the RedeemerSugar LoafSelarón StaircaseTickets Included: Christ the Redeemer and Sugar LoafApproximate Duration: 5 HoursBoarding Time: 8:30 am and 1:30 pmBoarding Place: South and Central Zone Hotels (consult)Transport Type: VanFrequency: Daily
Welcome to your tropical dream! Rio de Janeiro has a unique visual from the seaside. It's surrounded by rain forest mountains, a very active marine traffic from fishermen on canoes to incredible huge ships, besides a great set of water sports. Its a magical place, perfect background for inspiring photographs... if you're lucky you might even see dolphins or turtles!If the weather is favorable we can raise sails, then your ride will be powered by wind, and you will have the sensation that hooks new sailors all over the world. We go through: Urca, São João's Fort, Laje's Island, Tomorrow's Museum, Navy School, Fiscal Island, Santos Dumont Airport and Flamengo Beach.-Morning Tour: 9 to 12AM. Perfect for beginners! Light and relaxing experience with low wind, most likely powered by the engine. -Sunset Tour: 3:30 to 6:30PM. Most likely time to set sail, but yet a relaxing experience... we never hurry! Enjoy!