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The alluring nature in the Amazon jungle and its tributaries (like the Rio Negro), elusive native tribes, the ecological wonder of the Pantanal and its wildlife, as well as the massive, raging Foz de Iguazu, the biggest waterfall system in the world, and perhaps the most romantic scenery in the world, are waiting for you. One of the best attractions in Brazil is the endless sugar-white dunes of the Lencois Maranhenses desert, with lagoons filled with clear emerald water. Fans of the sea and beaches will appreciate the blue lagoons of Ilha Grande and Angra dos Reis, the popular resort town of Buzios, the unique hippie beach vibe of Jericoacoara, the swimming pool-like beaches of Porto de Galinhas, Praia do Forte with its flat beaches forming natural pools, the warm waters and coral reefs of Porto Seguro, and the charm and historic culture of the cities of Salvador and Paraty. Feel the excitement of the tourist capital of the country, the city of Rio de Janeiro, as well as the old historic towns of Olinda and Ouro Preto. Also the urban chic of Sao Paulo, the business capital, as well as the modern capital, the city of Brasilia.


Tours to Brazil

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The cities of Brazil

The most famous tourist attractions are : Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Buzios, Manaus.
Experience Rio de Janeiro carnival for those looking for the next level of fun and excitement in a vacation: there is nothing like Brazilian “carnival” with their traditional samba music, the fast footwork of the samba dancers in bright elaborate costumes, and the mind-blowing, intricately decorated themed floats, all parading in the biggest competition of the year.
New Years in Brazil is also a very memorable occasion, as the famous beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana turn into scenes of unbridled festivities right under the stars. The tradition is to dress in white and celebrate on the beaches, everyone sharing champagne, with bright vivid fireworks, music, and endless dancing will excite those with an adventurous spirit.
Some interesting activities in your downtime can be yoga on the beach, taking samba lessons or trying out the capoeira martial art/dance lessons, going for a jog along the beach or around the lake, or riding bikes to take in an even wider expanse of the impressive scenery. Taste Brazilian cashews, drink Brazilian coffee or the local “rum” called cachaca, dress up for a photo op in an extravagant carnival costume, go rafting under raging waterfalls, descend into a mysterious cave while floating the river of Bonito, go listen to live samba music or hear the local legends about the most extraordinary Brazilian traditions and customs- this country has it all!



For the more adventurous, educational favela tours are offered to get an insider view of the most rudimentary structured communities of Rio and Sao Paulo, often described as slums or ghettos, largely neglected by the government and famous for having higher crime, although the tours are protected and welcomed by the local residents as the awareness helps their communities. Many find it a fascinating, and humbling, peek into the real life of this marginalized community.
From Rio you can add on side trips to beautiful coastal towns like Buzios, Ilha Grande, Paraty, or the stunning lagoons of Angra dos Reis, for those who are looking for privacy and boat-hopping to deserted beaches. Then hop on a flight to the picturesque archipelago of Fernando de Noronha for some surfing or diving and exquisite beauty.


It's useful to know

- Rio de Janeiro with its famous beaches, caipirinha and carnival
- Salvador, the most African city of Brazil
- Pantanal and Bonito, a region with a large biodiversity
- The Amazon, an incredible tropical rainforest
- Foz do Iguazu, the world’s largest waterfalls.
Covering a huge territory of over 8.5 million square kilometres, Brazil comprises half the landmass of South America. With most of its 188 million population concentrated on the coast, a wild nature defines the interior. Brazil has the highest number of plant, primate and amphibian species of any country. In the Amazon forest alone, there are 30,000 plant species, 2,000 kinds of fish, 1,000 kinds of birds, 300 mammals, 300 amphibian animals and 250 kinds of reptiles. Brazil has over 350 national parks, accounting for 5% of the national territory
Portuguese is the official language of Brasil. Except for the languages spoken by Indian tribes living in remote reservations.
The local currency is the Brazil Reals. 1 USD is 5,24 Brazil Reals (July 2021). 1Euro is 6,1 Brazil Reals
Cities such as São Paulo, Brasília, and Belo Horizonte have very mild climates averaging 19°C. Rio de Janeiro, Recife, and Salvador on the coast have warm climates balanced by the constancy of the Trade Winds. In the southern Brazilian cities of Porto Alegre and Curitiba, the subtropical climate is similar to parts of the U.S. and Europe with frosts occurring with some frequency. The annual average temperature in the Amazon region is in the range of 22-26°C. The hottest part of Brazil is the northeast where, during the dry season, between May and November, temperatures of more than 38°C are recorded frequently.
Capoeira is a ritualised, styled, combat-dance with its own music. It is a characteristically Brazilian expression of both dance and martial arts. The combatants move in a series of swift cartwheels and whirling handstands on the floor. The musical ensemble that accompanies capoeira includes the berimbau, a bow-shaped piece of wood with a metal wire running from one end to the other.
During the Carnival period you can't help it, you will be swept away by the rhythms. The happy energy can even be felt in the air and with every beat of the percussion instruments, in your heart. The atmosphere is one never experienced in other parts of the world. It cannot be written, it has to be experienced, felt, breathed and lived. Only then you can unterstand what it means to enjoy the tropics at its best.
Today Rio de Janeiro has the biggest and best known carnival in the world - its most colorful event is the Samba School Parade. The samba schools taking part in the parade - each roughly having three to five thousand participants - are composed overwhelmingly of poor people from the city's sprawling suburbs. Every carnival Rio's samba schools compete with each other and are judged on every aspect of their presentation by a jury. Each samba school must base its effort around a central theme. Sometimes the theme is an historical event or personality. Other times, it is a story or legend from Brazilian literature. The costumes must reflect the theme's historical time and place. The samba song must recount or develop it, and the huge floats must detail the theme in depth.
Discovered by the Portuguese in the 15th century, Brazil achieved independence in 1822 after three centuries of Portuguese rule and became a republic in 1889. Overcoming more than 50 years of military rule, civilian rulers were given power in 1985. With vast natural resources and a large workforce, it is South America’s leading economic power today, although income disparity remains a problem. Brazil has the largest Afro-population outside of Africa – 10.5 million according to the 2000 census – and is also home to the largest community of Japanese outside of Japan, approximately 1.5 million people. Other immigrant arrivals over the past two centuries include those from Italy, Spain, Germany and Poland.
More then 70% of the population is Roman Catholic. But there are many small minority groups of Jews, Moslems and Buddhists; and numerous adherents of Candomblй. Candomblй is a religion that was brought to Brazil by the Yoruba slaves from Nigeria and Benin.
Today, the art scene in Brazil is self-assured. Brazil's painters, sculptors, engravers and lithographers show their works both within Brazil and in museums and galleries throughout the world.
The Portuguese who first landed on Brazilian ground in the 16th century began the transportation of European culture to Brazil. Brazilian Culture is more than the simple result of specific contributions by Europeans, Africans and Indians. These three cultures have insinuated themselves into the way Brazilians feel and act. Today it is difficult to trace their dividing lines.
Strong influences on the music of Brazil come from many parts of the world, but there are very popular regional music styles influenced by African and European forms. After 500 years of history the Brazilian music developed some unique and original styles like Choro, Forró, Frevo, the world famous Samba and Funk Carioca.

Forró is played by a trio consisting of a drum and a triangle and led by an accordion. Forró is rapid and eminently danceable, and became one of the foundations for lambada in the 1980s.
Funk Carioca is a type of dance music from Rio de Janeiro. In Rio it is most often simply known as Funk, although it is very different musically from what Funk means in most other places and contexts.
Gastronomy / Food
In Rio Grande do Sul "churrasco" is the big dish. It consists of pieces of beefs which are skewered onto a metal sword, and roasted outdoors over hot coals. There is a tomato and onion sauce to go over it.
If there is one dish that typifies Brazilian cooking it is "feijoada". Feijoada is a complicated bean dish prepared with air-dried beef, smoked sausage, tongue, pig's ears and tails, garlic, and chili peppers. It is customary to fill a soup plate with white rice and spoon feijoada on top. To this pulverized manioc flour (farofa) is added, a starch that thickens the sauce. The whole dish is garnished with collard greens and slices of oranges.
Brazil produces a powerful, clear, raw rum (cachaça) made from fermented sugar cane alcohol. Cachaça combined with crushed lime, sugar, and ice becomes a very popular drink called "caipirinha".
Guarana, a delicious soft drink unique to Brazil, is made out of a fruit from the Amazon.
Brazil's immense area is subdivided into different ecosystems, which together sustain some of the world's greatest biodiversity. With abundant fauna and flora, Brazil is home to many thousands of species, most of them still undiscovered.

There is general consensus, that Brazil has the highest number of both terrestrial vertebrates and invertebrates of any country in the world. This high diversity of fauna can be explained by the sheer size of Brazil and also the great variation in ecosystems. The numbers published about Brazil's fauna diversity can vary from source to source. Also new species continue to be discovered and, sadly, some species go extinct in the wild. Brazil has the highest primate diversity of any country in the world with 77 species and fresh water fish (over 3000 species), it claims the second-highest number of amphibian species, the third highest number of bird species and is ranked fifth in reptile species. Many of the species that are at risk live in threatened habitats such as the Atlantic Forest.

The Amazon is the area possessing the highest concentration of fresh water and the most varied flora and fauna on the planet. As the biggest source of life in the world, the Amazon is one of the few areas on earth where nature can still bring its immeasurable strength fully to the fore.

The Sabiá, or Thrush, is known for the beauty of both its plumage and its song. It is found all over Brazil, in 12 species, the best known of which is the Rufous-bellied Thrush, or Sabiá-laranjeira, Brazil’s national bird.
The traditional souvenir from Brazil is the world-famous Brazilian coffee. You can buy beans or already ground coffee. Coffee is sold everywhere: in special shops, in ordinary supermarkets. Another edible souvenir from Brazil is popular Cachaça–Brazilian raw rum made from sugar cane. Brazil is famous for its precious stones. Jewelry made of them of good quality can be purchased here at lower prices than in other countries of the world. Here you can get fine shoes and leather goods and, of course, swimsuits! Most shops are located in Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. There are also large shopping centers: Shopping RIO SUL, Botafogo Praia Shopping. Shops are open on weekdays from 10.00 to 19.00, on Saturdays till 13.00. Shopping centers are open daily from 10.00 to 22.00 ( on Sundays from 15.00) Sunday fairs are very popular in Rio. Here you can buy original ethnic local clothes and jewelry. One of these fairs is in Ipanema.
Unfortunately Rio de Janeiro is not the safest city in the world, so tourists should be vigilant and should not walk late at night. We do not recommend wear expensive jewelry in streets, and it is much safer to keep expensive phones or gadgets in your bag. Also, do not have a lot of cash money at you. There are safes at hotels, and almost everywhere in the city you can pay by card. Copacabana and Ipanema are generally considered relatively safe tourist areas.

Vacation in Brazil

Discover Brazil with Ada Tours Tour Operator

Travel agency Ada Tours is happy to organize your unforgettable vacation to Brazil, as well as excursions to the best sights of the Brazilian cities- Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Manaus in the Amazonas, Salvador de Bahia, Paraty, Buzios and more. Enjoy the untouched ecosystems of the nature parks in the Amazon, Pantanal, Bonito or possibly the most romantic place in Latin America- the Iguazu Falls (Foz Iguazu). We will be happy to develop your vacation through the fascinating and exotic Brazil, where the combination of history and colonialism, extraordinary culture, wildlife, long beautiful beaches and large metropolitan areas has something for everyone. Allow us to create your Brazil dream vacation!