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Brazil is a nature lover’s paradise! If you love the natural world, surely a trip to the Amazon is in your bucket list as places to visit. The world’s largest tropical forest is covers much of northwestern Brazil and extends into other Latin American countries including Colombia, Peru and Ecuador. Famed for its biodiversity, it is crisscrossed by thousands of rivers, including the powerful Amazon, the world’s longest river containing 20% of the planet’s fresh water. Most of this massive ecosystem is found in Brazil and a visit is must if you care about nature and its preservation. You can either stay in cozy and comfortable lodges or you can do Amazon cruises. No matter how you prefer to travel, the city of Manaus is the gateway to Amazon explorations.

But whilst in the Amazon the wildlife can be hidden by the thick forest, it is in the Pantanal where you can come up and close to a great variety of animal species! Split between the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, the Pantanal’s open marshes are home to an immense variety of life, making it an unmissable destination if you want to see animals in their natural environment, including the elusive jaguar.

Rio de Janeiro
Brazil's Cidade Maravilhosa, lives up to its name. Set in a truly stunning setting, it is an unforgettable city that will get under your skin and its friendly people will capture your heart.
The North Pantanal
The Pantanal is the world's largest wetland and Brazil's best place to get close and personal to an immense array of flora and fauna, including the jaguar. If you are a nature lover, this is the place you want to be at least once in your life!
The South Pantanal
The southern part of the Pantanal is less visited than the northern counterpart but it offers the same opportunities to get in close contact with nature. If you want to see the anteater, head here for you chance to see this wonderful mammal.
Iguaçu, Falls
A true spectacle of nature, the Iguaçu, falls will take your breath away with their visual majesty and the sound of their roar!
Once a tranquil fishermen's village, Buzios is now an elegant resort with plenty of idyllic beaches and beautiful boutique hotels, perfect for a relaxing end to any Brazil holiday.
Lovely colonial architecture, sandwiched between the blue Brazilian sea and the vibrant nature in the hills, Paraty in the Green Coast deserves a place as a must see destination in the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro.

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