Rio de Janeiro accounts for well over half of all tourist trips to Brazil. It has it all: Climate, green forests, sharp brown mountains thrusting up in the sky, white beaches, blue skies and green waters. Sugarloaf and Corcovado are wonderful sites. Rio’s lush forests, spectacular mountains, and sparkling beaches make it one of the most beautiful cities of the world. The city occupies a magnificent natural setting between the mountains and the sea. A major port, it is separated from the rest of the country by mountains, including the Serra da Mantiqueira. Rio is also a manufacturing and service center. The service sector dominates the economy and includes banking and other financial functions.
The Amazon Angra dos Reis islands and beaches. There is absolutely nothing like crystal clear water and a remote beach with white sand, green trees and brown rocks, far away beach, far from houses and roads.
Fernando de Noronha, Island in the middle of the Atlantic A tropical paradise, reachable by plane from Recife. If you like deserted beaches, tropical landscape and blue waters, Fernando de Noronha is the place to go.
Foz de Iguassu: These great Falls are far from the metropolitan areas of Rio and Sao Paulo. Niagara pales in comparison before the water volume on the Iguacu. Roroaima Beyond the Amazon jungle, this is another remote eco-paradise. The “Pico da Neblina peak in Roroaima, the highest in Brazi offers an adventurous trip.
Lencois Maranhenses:This coastal area of Maranhao with its scenic dunes, lagoons and beaches is among the choicest of places to visit.Pantanal and Bonito: Think of the Florida Everglades. Add alligators, capivaras, and hundred of varieties of birds. Visit Bonito, known for its caves, craters, sink-holes and mineral hot springs.