Atlantic Rainforest
Amazon
Caatinga
Campos do Sul
Cerrado
Pantanal

From vibrant beachside cities to charming rural villages, Brazil has so much to offer...

the magestic Iguazu Falls

the amazing Amazon Rainforest

the wetlands, savannas, tropical coastal paradises and

the Atlantic Rainforest.
Nowadays ecotourism and responsible travel initiatives are on the rise, making it possible for more travellers to enjoy Brazil in a sustainable way, and opening up perspectives for local communities.

It's no surprise that this huge country has diverse cultures and ethnic groups that to this day still preserve their identities. The race mixture has made Brazil not only a rich but also a unique culture with very friendly people, always ready to share, teach and learn from visitors.

With such an amazing landscape, travelers can experience so much of the outdoor world. Walking into the forest, learning about conservation, biking around the islands, trekking in the mountains, navigating in bays and mangroves as well as tasting delicious local cuisine are some of the experiences that you'll find here. Along with this, a great choice of pousadas, lodges, hotels, restaurants and activities led by specialized guides give the visitors a great opportunity to experience all the best Brazil has to offer!


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BRAZIL'S BIOMES

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Atlantic Rainforest

It’s concentrated on the Brazilian coast line and its most preserved area is in the Lagamar region. The biodiversity in some areas of this forest is considered the largest of the planet.

MAIN SPECIES

Golden lion tamarin, otter, puma, little blue macaw.

CURIOSITIES

In the early 90s, part of this Brazilian treasure was transformed into a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.

HIGHLIGHTS

Train Ride, Morretes, Ilha do Mel, Superagui National Park, Rio de Janeiro, Paraty, Ilha Grande, Iguassu, Coast of Bahia.

Amazon

It  is  a  tropical giant  of  4.1  million km2,  where  1/3   of  the  planet’s  living  things  dwell  and reproduce.

MAIN SPECIES

Aracaris, macaws, cutia, turtles, reptiles.

CURIOSITIES

Home of the Amazon River, the greatest river of the world by volume.

HIGHLIGHTS

Manaus, Anavilhanas Archipelago, Boat Expeditions and Cruises, Amazon Lodges, Belém, Alter do Chão.

Caatinga

Typical of regions with low level of rain, it is a vegetal formation found in semi-arid Northeastern part of Brazil.

MAIN SPECIES

Carvies, deers, armadillos, monkeys.

CURIOSITIES

Takes almost 10% of the total Brazilian area.

HIGHLIGHTS

National Park of Sete Cidades, Parnaiba Delta, Cariri, Canudos, San Francisco Valley.

Campos do Sul

Its vegetation is made of fields called wet steppes.

MAIN SPECIES

Creeping vegetation and small bushes distant from each other.

CURIOSITIES

It is mostly found in the South of Rio Grande do Sul, also known as Pampas Gaúchos.

HIGHLIGHTS

Canyons of Itaimbezinho and Fortaleza, Aparados da Serra National Park, Wine Region of Bento Gonçalves, Porto Alegre.

Cerrado

Also known as Savannah, it is a peculiar region: combines a rich biodiversity with an arid appearance due to its poor and acid soils.

MAIN SPECIES

Giant anteater, armadillos, bats, butterflies.

CURIOSITIES

Covers 25% of the Brazilian area.

HIGHLIGHTS

Chapada Diamantina, Chapada dos Veadeiros and Chapada dos Guimaraes.

Pantanal

It is the largest wetland of the planet. It has nearly 210 thousand km2, from which 140 thousand km2 are in the Brazilian territory.

MAIN SPECIES

Strong rains, flooded lands, swamps, wide river valleys, lakes, alluvial branches.

CURIOSITIES

It is considered a Natural World Patrimony and a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. There is great facility to watch the fauna of the Pantanal due to its vast areas. Birds, fish, snakes and jaguars are the most popular animals of this fauna.

HIGHLIGHTS

Southern: Campo Grande, Aquidauana, Miranda and Corumba. Northern: Cuiabá, Porto Jofre, Nobres and Poconé.