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Brazil - Travel tips

Brazil is an evocative and idyllic place. It is a country in which the sun shines during the whole year, studded by verdant coconut palms, hidden and wild coves, large uplands with high waterfalls, it also hosts the wide and lush Amazon Basin, characterized by rare and particular animal species, the biggest byological heritage of the Earth.

Moreover, thanks to the coexistence of different ethnic groups, the local population has been able to create a unique tradition.

Dances and music genres from this country, such as the Capoeira, the Samba and the Bossa Nova, but also its events like the Carnival of Rio have made the Brazilian culture famous all over the world as well as the incredible kindness, creativity and energy of its population.  Even Brazilian cuisine, which is very different according to the regions, bears traces of different social events, including colonization and immigration.

At the end of the day, enjoy the beautiful sunsets over the sea, from the noisy Copacabana beach of Rio de Janeiro or from one of the small beaches along the Brazilian coast sipping a Caipirinha.

Water is one of the elements that link all the country creating rivers, caves, waterfalls (such as the Iguassu falls) and lakes like the ones you’ll be able to see in the Chapada Diamantina National Park. One of the other key assets of Brazilian nature is the Amazon rainforest, to be accessed from the city of Manaus, the "Paris of the Tropics". Its great atmosphere of adventure will make discovering the local tribes and habits even more magical. Finally, don't miss the chance to see Salvador de Bahia, famous for its beaches and the African culture, and São Paulo, the cultural capital of the country.

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