For hundreds of years, Brazil has symbolized the great escape into a primordial, tropical paradise, igniting the Western imagination like no other South American country.

From the mad passion of Carnaval to the immensity of the dark Amazon, Brazil is a country of mythic proportions. All the while, the people of Brazil delight visitors with their energy, fantasy and joy.

South America - Brazil ... a fascinating culture to discover.

I reccommend everybody to visit this country and it's friendly and so open-ninded people.
See the cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, the beaches - Copacabana, Ipanema, Barra, Prainha.

Did a diving adventure in Arraial do Cabo - 17°C water temperature, fog, not much vidability below the surface, but incredible people who made the best out of it.

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Rio de Janeiro Fascinating metropolis in Asia. Mixture of different cultures ...


Barra da Tijuca The Miami of Rio....beaches and malls dot the landscape.


Arraial do Cabo A good place to learn diving...


Maresias Surfers paradise....


São Pedro One of the best spots to go when you are in Sao Paulo..a 2 hours drive and you are in paradise.



Visas: Passports must be valid for at least six months from date of entry. Visas are required for tourists of many nationalities, including Australia, Canada and the USA; visas are generally for 90 days, with one extension of up to 90 days possible.
Health risks: Dengue fever, malaria, meningitis, rabies, yellow fever
Time: GMT/UTC minus 2 hours for the Fernando de Noronha archipelago; GMT/UTC minus 3 hours in the east, northeast, south and southeast; GMT/UTC minus 4 hours in the west; and GMT/UTC minus 5 hours in the far west
Electricity: Unstandardized; mostly 110 or 120V, though some hotels have 220V; 60 Hz in Rio and São Paulo
Weights & measures: Metric

Travel season

Most of Brazil can be visited comfortably throughout the year, it's only the south - which can be unbearably sticky in summer (December-February) and non-stop rainy in winter (June-August) - that has large seasonal changes. The rest of the country experiences brief tropical rains throughout the year, which rarely affect travel plans.

During summer (December-February) many Brazilians are on vacation, making travel difficult and expensive, and from Rio to the south the humidity can be oppressive. Summer is also the most festive time of year, as Brazilians escape their apartments and take to the beaches and streets. School holidays begin in mid-December and go through to Carnaval, usually held in late February.