Brazil is the largest country of the South America that occupies half of the continent. In its south lies the magnificent tropical life, vast starches of golden sandy beaches, rainforest, and exotic natural flora and fauna. The country has a strong Portuguese influence due to its colonial architecture and the early invasion. Now, travellers from all across the world visit this international tour destination from other parts of the globe. The famous Rio Carnival is one of the major highlights here that welcome millions of tourists every single year. If you wish to travel the best of Brazil, then come here to book customized tour package of Brazil at customized prices.
Best Places to See in Brazil
Rio de Janeiro: Visit the world-famous 28-metre arms outstretched Art Deco statue of Christ best known as Cristo Redentor which means Christ the Redeemer. Standing high above the hill, is the stand point of the Tijuca National park. You can take the tour of the hill that also features most recognized chapel popular for weddings. Visit the national park to get an amazing few of waterfalls, protect springs, forest, and a wide variety of tropical birds.
Sugar Loaf: Visit the lush green Sugar Loaf rounded rock peak that stands above the height of 394-meter above the beach and one of the standing points of Rio. Take a riding suspended cable car from Morro da Urca to reach this beautiful mountain. Also, roam around the sandy beach at the foothills of the mountain to experience tropical life around.
Iguacu Falls: The UNESCO acclaimed Iguaca Falls is a combination of 247 waterfalls in semicircle that catches your attention at a first glance. That waterfall thunder down into the gorge below that create a chill in the heart of travellers around. You will find some of the falls more than 100-meter high up here that cover the broad area around. Also, witness the glimpses of more than 1000 species of birds and mammals.
Salvador’s Pelourinho: It is another UNESCO heritage in Brazil which is an upper town of Brazil. It is most famous for its 17 th -18 th century colonial buildings. It is best referred to as Pelourinho which means old quarter where you find Salvador’s magnificent monasteries and churches. You can visit city’s most famous church San Francisco that made its inception in 1700 having intricate carvings covered in gold.