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Visit the thrillingly beautiful and jaw-dropping places in Brazil by booking one of our many Brazil Tour Packages. These packages are filled with tours to the ancient colonial towns, sandy tropical beaches and thick jungles of the Amazon. The immense diversity of the Brazillian packages offered by Thrillophilia makes it a unique travel destination among all kinds of travellers. Brazil is renowned for its clear blue lagoons, lively cosmopolitan cities, samba and drinking caipirinha on the warm endless stretches of beaches.
People from all over the world come to see the famous Christ Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, one of the Seven Wonders of the New World. This country should definitely be on your travel bucket list. You will absolutely enjoy listening and talking to the locals and get the best deals from us to do something amazing and new in Brazil. Whether you are a backpacker or travelling with your family, Brazil has a lot to offer to every kind of traveler. Apart from this, the diversity of the packages offered by thrillophilia further makes sure that every kind of traveller enjoys this vacation.
From packages specifically made for couples to the budget packages made for adventure seekers, the variety offered by us is a big one. Experience the most thrilling Brazillian adventures, lazy afternoons on tropical beaches to fantastic nightlife by availing our discounts and special offers on tour packages. Choose any one itinerary from our Brazil tours to experience the diversity of this huge South American country. Here is a detailed guide on all the popular destinations and the best things to do in the vast and brilliant Brazil.
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Which are the best places to visit on the Brazil Tour?
1. Florianópolis: In our Brazil Tour Packages one of the top places to visit is the island of Florianópolis. Its one half is situated on the mainland and the other half on an island. ‘The Magic Island’ of Brazil is known for its open and uncluttered beaches like Praia dos Naufragados which can be only reached after a bit of hiking. Enjoy gorgeous views of pastel-hued sunsets at any one of the 60 beaches at Florianópolis.
Tourists can hike and explore the island to find lovely waterfalls and bright blue lagoons on its coast. You can stay at an authentic Brazillian beach house in the more northern part of the island, which is more touristy. If you want to surround yourself in nature, there are more quiet beaches in the South of Florianópolis.
- Location: State of Santa Catarina
2. Chapada Diamantina: Our Brazil Tour Packages take you into the wilderness of National Park Chapada Diamantina. The landscape is riddled with spectacular hidden treasures such as the Cachoeira da Fumaça, one of Brazil's gargantuan waterfalls of which turns into mist.
One of the most striking features of the region, however, are the two vast underground cavities known as Poço Encantado and Poço Azul. The water in the two pools is so pure that they seem to be empty, and the sunshine that enters gives the pool a startling electric blue shade.
- Location: Av. Barão do Rio Branco, 80 - Centro, Palmeiras - BA, 46900-000, Brazil
- Timings: Open 24 hours
3. Pantanal: Our Brazil tours will take you to Pantanal, the world’s largest wetlands. The natural marshes encourage the viewing of animals and the untouched Pantanal area has no significant human population that ensures the wildlife thrives.
The wetland provides spectacular scenery and the opportunity to see a wide range of wildlife and birds. Spotting the South American jaguar is the highlight of the trip; the Pantanal is the only location on the continent to catch sight of the mysterious beast.
- Location: Mato Grosso do Sul
4. Porto de Galinhas: Eight years in a row, readers of the Brazil journal Voyage & Tourism elected this wonderful spot to visit in Brazil as the "Best Brazilian Beach." The town was an isolated fishermen's settlement, located in the south of Recife, and is now open for anyone who would like to relax and enjoy the stunning beaches that Recife has to offer.
A few hundred meters out in the water, you will find a reef. You snorkel and see them up close. In the beaches behind these reefs, natural pools form when the tide is low, and you will find a variety of fishes in these natural aquariums.
- Location: State of Pernambuco
5. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park: Actually, the word 'Lençóis' means bedsheets. This name instantly makes sense as you stand on the top of a sweeping white sand dune in Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. Lençóis, situated in northern Brazil, has a stunning view that will leave you gasping for breath.
The rain collects in the alleyways between the sand dunes, which leads to the desert becoming a place where the sand dunes vary in sight, with cerulean lagoons. Many different species of fish live in the lagoons, and one of them hibernates in the wet areas of the sand during the dry season, only to resurface when the lagoons revive.
Price: 56 BRL per day
Location: Barreirinhas - State of Maranhão, 65590-000, Brazil
6. Iguazú Falls: Our Brazil Tour Packages take you to see the Iguazú Falls, they are Mother Nature's most eloquent representation of beauty in our world. Walk on the wood platform over the magnificent Devil's Throat fall, which is about 80 metres high.
At the bird park, you can rejoice at the exotic feathered birds who are part of many ongoing conservation programs.
- Location: Paraná State
7. Fernando de Noronha: Fernando de Noronha is a Brazilian chain of islands. It is a paradise for those interested in animal life and diving and consists of 21 reefs, Islets and rocks of volcanic composition and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Island.
This protected area provides a range of opportunities for leisure on golden sands and for watching tropical fish, sharks, turtles and dolphins in the shallow waters of jagged shorelines, unspoiled scenery. The environmental sanctuary caps visits annually, which is why it always features some of Brazil's most amazing natural scenery.
Location: Pernambuco State
8. Blue Lake Grotto, Mato Grosso do Sul: The Blue Lake Grotto is one of the world's biggest submerged cavities. It is not clear precisely how deep the waters of this lake are.You wouldn't believe that this cavern has a stunning, blue lake from the inside because it's entrance is modestly covered. This grotto is thought to be flooded by an unseen underground stream.
A 3 metre tall sloth and a sabre-toothed cat were found with several other animal bones from the Ice Age in this cave. Book an itinerary out of our Brazil Tour Packages to see and experience a cave that is thought to be about ten million years old.
- Location: Bonito
9. Sugarloaf Mountain: The peak of the Sugarloaf Mountains overlooks the landscape of Rio de Janeiro and Guanabara Bay. Named after its conical shaped peak, Sugarloaf is one of popular spots for tourists in Rio.
You can reach the mountaintop by a cable car. Every 20 minutes, a cable car leaves for the summit. Roundtrip tickets can be brought from the cable car station on Avenida Pasteur.
- Location: Rio de Janeiro
- Timings: 8am-9pm
10. Mount Roraima National Park: It sweeps up the borders of Venezuela and extends to Brazil and Guyana. It is remote and difficult to reach in the far north of Brazil, making it much more attractive for explorers and campers alike.
Those who make the effort to visit will be met with isolation and nature in its purest form, with pristine mountainous landscapes, mind-boggling peaks, and breathtaking sights. Much of this is without a single human being in view.
Best time to visit: December to April
Which are the best things to do on a Brazil tour?
1. Go to the world’s largest Flower Market: The world’s largest flower market resides in Brazil. Twice a week this market opens up even before the sun rises and attracts people with its wonderful sights and fragrances. At the CEAGESP gallery you will find a great variety of flowers, ranging from the most common ones to the most rare and exotic ones.
- Location: R. Jardim Botânico, 1008 - Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22460-030, Brazil
- Timings: 8AM-5PM
- Price: Approximately 115 BRL
2. Visit the Botanical Gardens in Rio de Janeiro: Located inside the heart of the concrete jungle is another jungle. Walk on the twisted paths along ancient trees and escape from the noise and crowd of Rio. Take a look at the exhibition of medicinal plants and Japanese styled gardens and the rainforest area. The Rio Botanical Gardens are certainly worth visiting from the various places listed in our Brazil packages.
- Location: Praça Mauá, 1 - Centro, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 20081-240, Brazil
- Timings: Tue-Sun, 10AM-6PM
- Price: Approximately 59 BRL
3. Celebrate Rio Carnival: Rio de Janeiro Carnival unites millions of Brazillions and people from all over the globe to celebrate the biggest party in the world. The five-day carnival taking place in the city of Rio de Janeiro has its origins in the Roman Catholic traditions.. The lavish and mind-blowing Carnival parade takes place in the stadium of Sambadrome. The music, the dancers, the stunning floats of the dance parties or blocos will provide you a visual overload that you will never be able to forget.
- Location: Sambadrome stadium
- Timings: Every year in February or March
- Price: 107 BRL- 990 BRL
4. Amazon Jungle Excursion: Join a group of Amazon Jungle Excursions in any of our Brazil Tour Packages. Explore the thick forests of Amazon and participate in fun group activities like camping and catching piranhas near the Amazon waters to learn the way of the jungle and local families. You will be able to see the diverse flora and fauna present in the rainforests of Amazon.
- Location: Codajaz or any village in Amazonas
- Price: 23,000 BRL
5. Visit the Museum of Tomorrow: The Museum of Tomorrow is another unusual place to visit in our Brazil tours. It is probably one of the most mind-boggling and uncommon museums in the world. Though its name might suggest it's related to an imaginary future or science fiction, it gives you a vision of a future that has a chance of becoming our reality. It highlights the severe problem of Earth’s finite resources and shows us what is necessary for us to do in order to sustain ourselves.
- Location: Praça Mauá, 1 - Centro, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 20081-240, Brazil
- Timings: Tue-Sun, 10AM-6PM
- Price: Approximately 114 BRL
6. Come across Full Moon Flooding in Paraty: Walk the ancient cobblestoned streets of the tiny colonial town, Paratay and watch them get flooded on a full moon or any time after rain. Flooding was an ancient cleaning strategy. Around 500 years back this city was planned to be constructed below sea levels because the founders thought the roads wouldn’t have to be clean and all the dirt and garbage would flow out into the sea.
- Location- Paratay
- Timings- Every full moon
What is the best time to visit Brazil?
Majority of rainfall takes place in the wet or Summer season So It is hot and humid in the summer months of December to March. That is why you need to take advantage of the cheapest deals and good weather of the Spring season. Hence September and October are the best months to visit Brazil when spring is in full bloom.
How to reach Brazil?
You can reach Brazil by Air, by road and by rail or sea:
- By Air: The most common way to reach Brazil is by air. Most direct flights land in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, which have the largest airports of the country.
- By Road: If you want to travel by road, you can book bus services online and reach Brazil in a bus from neighbouring countries like Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru and Paraguay. It will take you 2-3 days to reach Sao Paulo by road from these countries.
- By Sea: You can either book an international cruise ship or a trip via cargo ships to reach the famous ports in Rio de Janeiro like Porto Maravilha or Porto de Santos.
- By Rail: Brazil has international railway links with only three neighbouring countries so there aren’t many options to reach Brazil via rail.
How much time does it take to get a visa to Brazil?
An average of 5 to 10 business days are required to process a tourist visa to Brazil.
What is the cost for a tourist visa in Brazil?
The fee for a tourist visa in Brazil is 395 BRL or $69.50 per person.
When is the best time to visit Brazil for its carnival? What’s so special about the Brazilian Carnival?
The best time to visit Brazil for the carnival is between the months December and March. During the time, when the weather is extremely sunny and warm, the place calls to be the best time to be visited. The enthralling samba beat and the captivating and picturesque views can be experienced during the month of February in the Brazil Carnival.
The carnival of Brazil is held every year that makes it an annual Brazilian festival that is held between Ash Wednesday and Friday afternoon, marking the beginning of the Lent which is the 40 days period time before Easter.
Which is the cheapest city in Brazil?
Florianópolis is the cheapest city in Brazil. Its Travel Cost Index or the average travel cost, per person, per day is 57 BRL.
Which are the best cycle tours in Brazil?
The best cycle tours in Brazil are as follows:
- Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul – Salvador, Bahia
- Jalapão (Novo Acordo to Ponte Alta do Tocantins), Tocantins
- Gramado to Canela, Rio Grande do Sul
- Cananéia to Paranaguá, Sao Paulo and Parana
- Estrada da Graciosa, Curitiba to Morretes, Paraná
- Chapada Diamantina, Bahia
- A Estrada Real, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo
- Circuit of Serra da Canastra , Minas Gerais
- Espirito Santo
- City Cycling
- Sertão, Northeast
How can I travel to Brazil on a budget?
To travel Brazil on a budget you will need to know the average daily cost of three basic things- accommodation, food and transport and choose the Brazil holiday package which fits your budget.
- Average cost of accommodation per person per day- 900 BRL-1000 BRL
- Average cost of food per person per day- 300 BRL- 350 BRL
- Average cost of local transportation per person per day- 230 BRL
Accommodation is a bit pricey here, so if you are travelling solo, you can share a room with someone to save money. Your most important decision will be choosing the season you travel in. Refrain from travelling during the Carnival season and the peak months between December to March as prices increase astronomically during those times.
What are the most romantic things to do on a honeymoon in Brazil?
The most romantic things to do on a honeymoon in Brazil are as follows:
- Cruise through the Spectacular and enthralling Amazon River
- Romance in “The Marvelous and beautiful City” of Rio de Janeiro
- Indulge in Beach Hopping along the Southern Coast
- Witness the mind-blowing and impressive surrounding and nature at the Iguazu Falls
- Swirl in the beauty of Fernando de Noronha
- Spent your Honeymoon in full style in Florianopolis
- Witness Impressive Nature at Iguazu Falls
How many days are enough in Brazil?
Brazil is brimming with cultural and natural treasures, but it is so huge that you will need at least 10 days to explore Brazil. To utilize your time and visit some of the best sights you need to prepare wisely and prioritise your activities.
Which are the best places for caving in Brazil?
The best places for caving in Brazil are as follows:
- Gruta das Encantadas (Paranagua)
- Pedra Que Engole (Trindade)
- Rei Do Mato Cave (Sete Lagoas)
- Sao Miguel Caves (Bonito)
- Lapinha Cave (Lagoa Santa)
- Casa de Pedra (Tiradentes)
- Gruta da Lapa Doce (Chapada Diamantina National Park)
- Maquine cave (Cordisburgo)
- Caverna Aroe-Jari e Gruta da Lagoa Azul (Chapada dos Guimarães)
- Poco Azul (Nova Redencao)
- Caverna do Diabo (Eldorado)
- Gruta do Lago Azul (Bonito)
What languages are spoken in Brazil?
Portugese is the main language spoken by the people of Brazil. English is not a widely spoken language here.
What are the best ways to commute around Brazil?
If you are on a short holiday and want to make the best out of it then you may have to take some domestic flights as Brazil is a pretty large country.
Most Brazil tours often use buses to travel as internal flights are expensive and are often not within the budget of tourists.
The metro is one of the most convenient ways to get around big cities such as Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. If you plan to use the metro often, you can buy rechargeable ride cards.
What can you see in Brazil in 3 days?
Since 3 days is enough time to visit and explore Brazil in its entirety. You can choose a 3-day Brazil holiday package and visit the tourist attractions of Rio de Janeiro and enjoy its surrounding beaches. Here is a 3-day itinerary to make the most out of everything Rio has to offer.
Day 1: On the first day you can get used to the charming streets of Brazil and roam the city on foot and take a tourist trip to the famous Sugar Loaf Mountain or visit the Christ Redeemer Statue. At night you can watch a samba show and feast on churrasco in any Brazillian steakhouse.
Day 2: Reserve your second day to hit the sunny Rio beaches. You can either laze around on the beach or take part in surfing or paragliding.
Day 3: Spend your last day in Brazil by booking any popular tourist trips from Rio de Janeiro to the quaint colonial towns of Petropolis or Buzios and escape the bustling life of Rio.
How is Brazil's weather?
Brazil is a year-round tourist spot. Temperatures hardly fall below 20°C. The beaches can be hot and dry during summers while the interior tropical rainforests of Amazon can be extremely humid and sticky.
What are the best adventure activities in Brazil?
1. Surf the Amazon waves: Surfers from all over the world come to surf the tidal bore or Pororoca. It is a rare natural phenomenon caused by the influx of an incoming ocean tide with the river water, creating a wave in the direction opposite to the current of the river. One of the most adrenaline inducing events in Brazil is riding this Pororoca which can sometimes last for hours.
2. Cascading Canyoning: In our Brazil tours one of the activities offered to adventure seeking tourists is climbing down canyons. Using ropes and safety wear you can experience Brazil’s natural beauty by climbing through waterfalls and magnificent canyons.
3. Canopy Tours or Zip Lining: Various Brazil packages offer this adventure sport to tourists. They can explore the forests by sliding from one towering tree to another. It is a perfect sport for eco-tourists as the delicate vegetation of forests remains untouched and no tree is cut for human activity.
Which are the best cities to explore in Brazil?
1. São Paulo: This big metropolis city is full of trendy cafes and fine arts museums. Head to Beco do Batman to see street art or walk around the streets and try some delicious street food or watch a sunset at Praça do Pôr do Sol(Sunset park)
2. Rio de Janeiro: Thousands of tourists come every year to this bustling city. You can go for a hike or take a stroll down any one of its beaches or even click pictures of one of the seven wonders of the world.
3. Teresópolis: This cool retreat has lush green grass and mesmerising sceneries of the mountains and hills. One can go here to experience a change from the warm Brazillian beaches and busy cities.
4. Salvador, Bahia: The former colonial capital of Brazil is one of the oldest cities in South America. The cobblestoned streets of this city, full of music and colonial architecture has become Brazil’s hub of happiness.
How is Brazil's nightlife? Which places are famous for nightlife in Brazil?
Brazil is famous for its Samba, world-famous carnivals and festivals. Here are some famous nightlife hotspots in Brazil.
1. Carioca da Gema: It is situated in the hippy neighbourhood of Lapa. You can find the finest samba and pagode at this tiny club.
2. Rabo do Peixe: The tables are always packed at this classic Brazillian pub. You will find the coldest beer and the picanha here is second to none.
3. Rua das Pedras (Búzios): If you are looking to party then this beach resort near Rio is your best choice. Dance in discos or hop from bar to bar at this nightlife spot which almost never sleeps.