Brazil has truly got it all!
Take an Amazon River cruise through the dense forests where you can spot pink dolphins and thousands of fish species, watch a local football match at Maracanã stadium, visit one of their 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites, sip Caipirinha's on idyllic beaches or wander through impressive rock formations, waterfalls and massive mountain ranges in one of their 69 national parks. There truly is something for everyone!
Connect with the lively rhythms of urban culture and venture deep into extraordinary ecosystems on a nine-day adventure in Brazil. On the colorful streets and sun-drenched beaches of Rio de Janeiro, learn to dance the samba and meet the costumers of Brazil’s famed Carnival. Venture into the tropical wetland wilderness of the Pantanal in search of caimans, capybaras, and other incredible creatures; and stand in the mists of spectacular Iguaçu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage site.Book Now
G Aventures are world leaders in South America tours, especially for eco-tours that spain across several destinations. This provides the wonderful benefit of involving Rio and it's dense city charm with the gorgeous rich green fauna of the Brazilian rainforest and even one of the most spectacular waterfalls on Earth.Book Now
Brazil is a wild place, and navigating it can be tiresome and unforgiving. This package helps you see both sides of Brazil and handles all of the tricky navigation between points so you can focus on enjoying the ride.Book Now
Safety first- don't forget to get your visa and your required Yellow Fever CertificateBook Now
Sep-Oct is usually the peak season for visiting Brazil avoiding the major holiday periods but still catching some fine weather. The rainy season is April to May so any time around there is fine since Brazil is warm year round.
Brazil is not nearly as dangerous as it once was. The economy has been booming for a while and the government have stopped a lot of petty crime. However you should be still be careful when out late at night and avoid wearing and showing flashy expensive items such as luxury watches etc.
A yellow fever vaccine is vital for travelling to Brazil. If you're staying in the city you should be ok with that but if you plan on going to dense tropical rural regions then malaria shots and Hep A-B and typhoid may also be advisable.
You usually do not require a visa to enter Brazil as a UK citizen.