Holiday in the Brazilian Land
The largest country in South America, Brazil is a beautiful and most vibrant country in the world renowned for its grand carnivals, celebrated culture, wonderful attractions, and scrumptious cuisines. Best known for its annual carnival in Rio de Janerio, Olinda, Salvador, and Recife, the country attracts millions of tourists due to the impeccable beauty of its beaches.
Apart from the sun-kissed beaches, the country has numerous other attractions like the colonial town, Baroque churches, cascading waterfalls, peaceful yet colorful environment. To know more about the highlights, dive into the below sections.
Top Highlights of Brazil:
Iguaçu Falls – Known to be one of the finest natural wonders of the world, Iguaçu Falls presents awe-aspiring sights of vast lush green jungles and beautiful falls blended with the natural surroundings. Iguaçu Falls are considered taller than Niagara Falls. It is a great picnic spot for visitors, since the place offers wonderful boating experience and a number of other adventurous activities.
The Amazon – Amazon is a huge network of rivers stretched in nine countries. The unique thing about the water of the Amazon River is it has the world’s freshest running water that changes color from clear vodka, black, white, aqua blue and pink. The Amazon serves two purposes; it is a great spot for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts equally. Animal lovers can spot monkeys, dolphins, and caiman along with many migratory birds in the forest.
Itatiaia National Park – Brazil’s oldest national parks, Itatiaia National Park is one of the popular places in South America for Eco-tourists and bird watchers. Tourists can enjoy the spot of Mantled Hawk, Woodpecker, black and gold Cotingas, and a wide variety of hummingbirds.
Fernando de Noronha – A beautiful land blessed with dazzling beaches, rich wildlife, and spectacular landscape, Fernando de Noronha is a hotspot for scuba divers and snorkelers. The place is populated with water-sport enthusiasts all year round due the warm water and good depth even at the lowest depth of the sea.
Salvador Beaches – An impressive colonial town, Salvador houses a collection of pristine beaches that are ideal for swimming, diving, sailing, and surfing. These beaches are decorated with natural pools of stone that makes the beaches perfect for relaxing.
Rio Carnival – The biggest celebration of Brazil, the Rio Carnival attracts over two million visitors per day on the streets. The grand and most colorful celebration showcases a spectacular Rio Samba Parade and the Sambadrome.