Home to one of the most unique and diverse cultures in the world, Brazil’s atmosphere seems larger than life. With towering waterfalls, vivid nightlife, and vast borders, the opportunities for exploration are endless. See the soaring statue of Christ the Redeemer on Mount Corcovado, one of the most visited attractions in the world, or walk the thousands of beaches to find sites such as the colonial towns of Ouro Preto and the wetlands of Pantanal. Although Rio attracts many first-time visitors, the unexplored corners are what keep them returning.
Kirsten Morrison Travel
Sherrie Coffey Travel
Independent Travel Advisor
Absolutely! With an extremely extensive coastline, Brazil’s beaches offer a wide range of activities to meet any traveler’s needs. Work with your Brownell advisor to help select the right beach destination for you.
The weather in Brazil is usually deemed hot by American standards. But, in the winter months (June-August), the temperatures can be quite cool south of Rio de Janeiro.
Yes. A yellow fever vaccination is recommended for any traveler visiting Brazil. This must be done 10 days prior to your trip.