Brazil – Things to do

Brazil Attractions

Brazil has so much to see and do that it is impossible to do everything in one visit, which is why main people keep going back after their first trip to Brazil. Below we have selected a few things to do that many people would like to experience, particularly on their first visit. These experiences can last from a few hours to a few days, though all are amazing and memorable. If you want to do anything that is not listed here ask your Destination Specialist about it as there is a really good chance we can offer the experience.

Carnival Fever

Each year, more than 500,000 visitors descend onto Rio's streets to dance to hip-shaking samba and frevo music that blasts throughout the city. Dating back to 1723, the carnival is held before Lent each year with the Winner's Parade occurring on the Saturday after the carnival draws to a close.

Sugarloaf Mountain

Corcovado Mountain’s rival for the best views in Rio de Janeiro, 394-metre-high Sugarloaf Mountain got its name from the Portuguese, who thought it resembled moulds used to set sugar cane.

Rio de Janeiro

Christ the Redeemer

Arguably Rio's most iconic sight, standing with arms wide open at the top of Corcovado Mountain, is the Christ the Redeemer statue.

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Mesmerising and utterly awe-inspiring, Iguazu Falls lies on the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay and is the most voluminous waterfall in the world, being twice as wide as Niagara Falls.

Copacabana Beach

Copacabana Beach

One of the most famous beaches in the world, Copacabana beach is a most visit.

The Amazon

Visiting the largest rain forest in the world, often called the 'lungs of planet earth', is an experience not to be missed. Canoe rides looking for caiman, fish for piranha, visit local tribes and simply experience what it is like staying in the rain forest.