10 March 2020
Brazil offers a stunning mix of natural wonders, bustling cities, and some of the best beaches in the world. Cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo offer a dizzying array of cultural activities, while the abundant wildlife of the Amazon rainforest is an experience like no other.
Best time to visit Brazil
The weather in Brazil varies greatly from city to city because of the country’s huge size. Brazil can be visited year-round, but in August and September the temperatures are moderate and relatively dry in most of the country. For the Pantanal and the Amazon the best time is the dry season from June to September.
Recommended length of stay: Brazil is vast – ensure you stay at least two nights in Rio de Janeiro, but don’t miss the chance to explore the Amazon rainforest and Brazil’s golden sandy beaches on a longer stay
Local currency: Brazilian Real (BRL)
Top three experiences
Take Samba lessons in Rio
Rio de Janeiro is the world capital of samba – enjoy a lesson or two, and visit the famous Rio Scenarium where you can dance and enjoy the live music.
Visit the astounding Iguazú Falls
Ride a boat under these awe-inspiring falls for a truly visceral experience, or fly over them in a helicopter to view the chain of hundreds of waterfalls.
Explore the wetlands of the Pantanal
Famous for its rich variety of flora and fauna, the Pantanal is a natural region encompassing the world’s largest tropical wetland area. Discover this incredible landscape on horseback to witness exotic birds, capybaras, caimans and possibly even a jaguar.
Where would you like to visit on your next adventure? Contact your local Travel Counsellor for a tailor-made holiday, or read our Authentic Encounters brochure for more inspiration.