Brazil: What is fun to do? (part 3)

5. Enjoy diving head into Abismo Anhumas

Your trip here will provide you with snorkeling, spelunking, and stalagmites. In this place, you will explore the paradise of adventurers, aside from an incredible clear lake—but you will need to rappel to the cave’s bottom to see it. As soon as being there (good luck), you will be able to see the geological formations up close. Also, you may like climbing into the water as well as snorkeling to have a better look at the natural wildlife. You may be hard-pressed to look for a tour bus that goes this way, so you will need to be up the adventure ante. Then, hitch a ride or hire a car.

6. Enjoy trekking cliff faces from Aparados da Serra Park

It is among the first national parks in Brazil. The park manages to house and protect the Itaimbezinho Canyon. This area can be hard to access, but worth your effort for the incredible biodiversity. In the place, you can see subtropical forests, endangered species, and waterfalls. This park is currently going through conservation efforts; that is why only 1500 visitors are daily admitted. We suggest getting there early, and you should be careful that you do not get in over the head with the advanced hiking trails. 

7. Enjoy snorkeling with sea turtles from Fernando de Noronha

It is a fantastic archipelago of over 20 islands off northeastern Brazil’s coast, and one of the country’s more “secret” attractions. There will not be much civilization around since the population is not more than 3500. Thus, here, you will find the opportunity to become closer to nature. Adventurers flock to this island often for scuba diving and snorkeling due to the warm waters. If you desired to see dolphins up close, now is your chance.

Brazil: What is fun to do? (part 2)

2. Be at Florianópolis Beaches and hang ten

There’s forty two of them! Whether or not you’re merely searching for a decent story regarding how you learned or a seasoned surfer, don’t hesitate to grab a board and ride the waves at Floripa.  You know, Praia Mole could be a frequent location for the ASP World Tour competition for surfing, and the water sport secrets of Joaquina Beach spilled about the 1970s; Barra de Lagoa continues to be categorized as a fishing village. Thus it’s the proper place the cut your water sport teeth. With such a lot of spots to decide on from, you’ll notice the best one for partying, people-watching or sunbathing. If you’re around this area roundabouts forty days after Easter, consider checking the Holy Spirit Feast.

3. Let the Cathedral of Brasília humble you


If you’ve gone on cathedral tours around Europe, or Central or South America, then you recognize that they kinda begin to any or all look similar after a while. Still, such isn’t the case with the Cathedral of Brasília. It’s centuries younger than its alternative New World counterparts and downright stunning to the attention. Fashionable in style and structure, this cathedral could be a nice stop for people who get pleasure from perusing architecture while not feigning amazement at bell towers.

4. Recharge at Ilha Grande

Astonishing! Perhaps we shouldn’t tell you that this heavenly island is formerly the site of a pirate’s habitation, a leper colony, and maximum-security jail. However, that piece of history is bizarre —and additionally makes Ilha Grande appear just that a lot unbelievable. With pristine and undeveloped jungles and beaches, and a ban on motor vehicles, huge Island is a perfect recipe for solo retreats for anyone that would possibly want one. Be there and enjoy fully!

Brazil: What is fun to do? (part 1)

Brazil is considered one of the destinations which can satisfy any traveler. Also, luckily, you can say the same for its attractions. Have you been to Brazil for one year, one month, or one day? However long you stay here, you will find enough for keeping you busy throughout one lifetime, whatever your style. Are you on a budget? No need to worry! You are set. Are you searching for luxury? Well, you will find out it. Outdoorsmen, history buffs, shopaholics, adrenaline junkies, beachcombers, etc. will bask in the country’s sights to see.

Still, the cornucopia of activities and the sheer land area here can be its Achilles’ Heel at times. Having the benefits of numerous experiences at your fingertips may turn into a disadvantage. It is possibly overwhelming to determine what you desire to do. What are the best attractions here? Sit back, relax, and we are going to tell you.

You can find fun things to do amongst ethereal natural wonders of the country. Rhythm-driven festivals are also inclusive. Or else, idyllic colonial towns may be your taste. Enjoy a week-long group excursion or a solo day trip. One of the fantastic things about the attractions here is that you can find something compatible with your budget and pace with ease. On top of that, if you have a lust for life, the chance of you being disappointed by the country’s must-see will be zero.

Become soaked by its Iguazu Falls

Wherever you currently are in this country, it will be worthy of your time to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you can access the falls from Foz do Iguaçu. You may want to stay overnight in the nearby town. Also, spend about two days in the park for basking in the splendor to the fullest.

Some tips to keep in mind when traveling in Brazil

There are many young people who love the type of travel not only to save costs but also to have more opportunities to explore and experience the natural scenery, culture and people in new lands.

In recent years, backpackers tend to want to travel abroad. This is a very interesting experience, but before you go, you should carefully study the country you are going to and prepare very carefully. The following article will share the Brazilian backpacking experience for those who love the country and people of the charming Flama dances.

Choose a time to travel to Brazil

Due to being located in the southern hemisphere, summer in Brazil will be around December to April, winter in May to November. The average temperature of Brazil is about 25 degrees quite pleasant, so you will not be too hard to Choose a time to travel to Brazil.

However, when traveling in Brazil you should also note a few points:

– In the summer, there are days when the temperature can be up to 40 degrees.

– February is the peak time for tourism in Brazil because this is when many Carnaval street festivals take place, ticket prices and hotels will increase dramatically, to save costs, you should avoid February.

Getting prepared before traveling to Brazil

– One of the best travel experiences in Brazil is that you should apply for a visa before leaving for at least 3 weeks.

– Hotel reservation: As a developed tourism country, hotels and motels in Brazil are very popular, but you should still book in advance to save money and take the initiative when visiting an unfamiliar country.

– Luggage: Full but neat luggage will help you move easily. The average temperature in Brazil is 25 degrees so you only need to wear simple clothes, preferably comfortable clothes. Remember to bring all necessary medicine, identification, personal belongings.

Some dominant Brazilian cultural characteristics

From the overview of Brazilian culture, we can learn more about the cultural characteristics of this country, through the following aspects:

Cultural communication

Despite the strong influence of European culture, Brazil has a more warm and sincere behavior. When meeting each other apart from handshakes, people can easily touch their shoulders, hug and kiss each other’s cheeks. However, when they were strangers, they only rewarded and shook hands lightly.

Vocative

In addressing people often use the name to call, except for those with large ranks, can call more positions, study functions. For older people with high power, “Senhor” will be added to the name. They always appreciate friendliness, fun and rarely express different opinions when disagreeing, and rarely openly argue.

Offerings

Brazilians can invite to eat when they first meet, the owners and guests will sit facing each other and wish each other a glass of wine. The expression of unrestrained drinking when new to meals is often not appreciated.

The Brazilian style also has a common characteristic of Westerners, when they meet each other always make sure they are on time, invite each other, they will pay. Despite being invited, equal money sharing is obvious when going out together, avoiding paying the money you need to pay will make Brazilian friends have a wrong view of you.

If you meet on the street, you should not call out loud, but just wave your hand. The gestures like “OK” by hand are considered rude in Brazil, while the gesture of holding hands and thumbs up between the index finger and ring finger are said to be good luck. This is a strange thing and it should be noted when done in Brazil if you don’t want to be considered rude.

Costume culture

Brazilian national costumes are quite colorful and usually only present during festivals. In everyday life Brazilians dress in casual clothes, sometimes quite cool because the weather here is very hot. But in the work clothes are very discreet, upholding politeness..

Brazil travel experience

Brazil is known as a tourist paradise – saying so is not exaggerating when you can once immerse yourself in the bustling, jubilant festival here, meet active, cheerful Brazilian people, visit these scenic spots, long-lying hotspots on the beach, etc.

Some general information

Brazilian full name is the Brazilian federal republic. Brazil’s official capital is Brazilia. The largest city is Sao Paulo. Geographical position is the largest country in South America and has a common border with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador, divided into two regions: Brazil’s highland and Brazil’s Amazon River in the North.

Being a Portuguese colony within 3 centuries, the language, culture, architecture and cultural life are mainly influenced by the country of Portugal. This is the only Portuguese-speaking country in America, so it has turned this language into one of its own national characteristics. The Brazilian is mainly Christian. It is also the country with the largest Christian community in the world. In addition, as a multiracial country with many cultural colors, Brazil is also influenced by many other peoples.

Native Americans have an influence on Brazilian vocabulary and cuisine, while African-American blacks, who were brought to Brazil as slaves before, have an important influence in music and dance moves of this country. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the influx of immigrants from Italy, Germany, Spain, Japan, the Middle East came to Brazil and established large communities living together in cities, creating background of different unique imprints and focus mainly in southern Brazil.

When should you travel to Brazil?

The average temperature in Brazil is about 25 degrees Celsius, quite pleasant, high humidity. However, in the hot summer, the temperature may rise to 40 degrees C. Because of the southern hemisphere, the seasons will be opposite to the northern hemisphere – the summer will fall in December – April and winter in May -November.

Overview of Brazilian tourism

Brasil is where many tourists have come and fell in love. Only with the airplane is you able to discover a beautiful country that has many attractions.

The official name of this country is the Federal Republic of Brazil, is the largest country in South America. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in terms of area and population with more than 190 million people. Brasil is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas and the largest in the world.

Brazil is bordered by 11 South American countries and territories including bordering Venezuela, Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana to the north, Colombia to the northwest, Bolivia to Peru to the west and Argentina and Paraguay to the southwest and south is Uruguay. East of Brazil is a coastline of about 7,491 km adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Brazilian territory includes many islands such as Fernando de Noronha, Saint Peter, Rocas Atoll and Paul Rocks, and Trindade and Martim Vaz. Brazil is adjacent to all other South American countries except Ecuador and Chile.

Brasília is the capital of Brazil, founded in 1960, is the unique young capital city built in the 20th century and has been certified by the UNESCO as a human cultural heritage in 1987.

The Federal Republic of Brazil is the fifth largest South American country in the world (8,5 million km2), the world’s fifth largest population (nearly 190 million) and adjacent to almost All countries and regions in South America. The Amazon Forest is home to many unique plants and animals in Brazil.

Brasília, Brazil

Brasília is the capital of Brazil, founded in 1960, is the unique young capital city built in the 20th century and has been certified by the UNESCO as a human cultural heritage in 1987.

The city is built according to a model of an airplane, a flying bird: North-South body, East-West wing with a series of unique architectural works, famous in the world such as Planalto palace, Alvorada palace, supreme court, Parliament house, Itamaraty palace (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Kubicheck bridge, etc.

Above is some information about Brazil and its capital. Hope you now can easily visit Brazil by yourself.

What are the interesting things about Venice Brazil?

Founded in 1537, the city of Recife, the capital of Pernambuco state, Northeast Brazil is a stop on the Brazilian tourist map nicknamed “Venice Brazil”.

The neighborhood of Santo Antônio belongs to Recife Antigo, one of the three islands that make up the center of Recife and the first Portuguese settlement in the early 16th century.

Located on two main islands and many small islands, Recife is connected by 49 bridges, of which the oldest bridge dates from 1644. Most of the city’s bridges are built from the Dutch colonial era.

The Capiraribe and Jaguaribe rivers split the neighborhoods in the center of Recife, and this gave the city the “Venice Brazil” nickname.

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One of the most popular types of tourist attractions in Recife is the ships that make visitors crept between wild mangrove forests and canals intermingling with streets.

Recife, the city of water and coral reefs, is one of Brazil’s vibrant and attractive destinations. Along with the historic quarter adorned with many elegant buildings are vestiges of a time of glorious past, the system of entangled waterways leading to the neighborhoods, attractions, etc. made a difference for Recife.

In the center of Recife Antigo, opposite the Sao Pedro dos Clerigos church, the plaza always echoes frevo, traditional art with fast and strong rhythms combining different genres of music and dances. of Brazil.

This place is the weekend rendezvous of Recife residents and many artists also go to the old town to find inspiration.

Don’t forget to visit Bom Jesus, one of the oldest and most characteristic streets in the old town of Recife, with sprawling foyer huts and often holding happy markets.

On Aurora Road, you will be amazed at the beautiful row of houses overlooking the Capibaribe canal, discover Forte das Cinco Pontas fort or craft art workshop in an old prison.

If you have a chance, remember to explore this stunning place!

 

 

 

 

 

5 must-visit places when traveling to Brazil

Each region along Brazil has its own unique landscape, creating a common diversity in the overall nature of this place. Below are five must-visit places when you come to Brazil.

City of Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is one of Brazil’s most vibrant cities. Thanks to its characteristic tropical climate, it is famous for its long white sand beaches, diverse vegetation in the Tijuca National Park, the hills around Guanabara Bay, etc. Especially, the famous Christ the Redeemer statue is considered a symbol of this city. This statue was built between 1922 and 1931, designed according to Art Deco school with a height of 30m, placed on a pedestal 8m high, the armrest of the statue is 28m and weighs 635 tons.

Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo is a diverse city with more than 100 different ethnic groups living together and is the cradle of culture and cuisine of Samba. Every year, there are about 90,000 large and small events in many fields including art, business, fashion, etc. In which, the most famous is the Sao Paulo Art Festival or the Masquerade Festival, Week Sao Paulo fashion, March parade for Jesus, etc.

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Ouro Preto

Ouro Preto city was once a colonial town founded in the late 17th century. It has a well-preserved Portuguese colonial architecture. Modern buildings that want to build must adhere to standards to maintain the city’s history.

Salvador

Salvador is a seaside city and the capital of Bahia state. The atmosphere is always lively with music stages and bustling beaches. It also has quiet, enclosed bays suitable for swimming, diving, and sailing; or bays full of wind and strong waves, which are ideal for surfers.

Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is a beautiful archipelago located off the northeast coast of Brazil. It is famous for pristine beaches, green nature, and wildlife. Traveling to Brazil, do not forget to visit this archipelago so you can immerse yourself in the clear blue water and participate in scuba diving activities to watch the ocean world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where to go when traveling in Brazil?

There are many young people who love road trips, not only to save costs but also to have more opportunities to discover for themselves, experience the natural, cultural and human scenery in new lands.

The following article will share the experience for those who love Brazilian trips and the people of the glamorous Flama dances.

Places to go to Brazil

Tourist destinations spread across Brazil, but travelers should not ignore the following places:

Ouro Preto

This is an old town built in the late seventeenth century with Portuguese colonial architecture, the churches are decorated with gold.

Teatro Amazonas Theater

The theater has an extremely unique architecture, the dome is paved by 36,000 ceramic tiles and decorated in the colors of the Brazilian flag.

Fernando de Noronha Islands

There are many pristine beaches, rich and diverse ecosystems.

Olinda Historical Center

This is an old city located on the Northeast coast – Brazil. There are not only ancient buildings but also rich cuisine.

Salvador Beach

This beach is not only very beautiful but also has many traditional festivals happening all year round.

Rio City

This city is extremely popular by Carnaval festivals attract millions of participants. There is also a famous redemptorist statue on top of the 700m-high Corcovada mountain.

Amazon River

This will be an extremely interesting destination for those who love to explore nature.

Some notes when traveling to Brazil

Brazilians are very open, kissing strangers is a custom often seen in this country.

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Unique Brazilian street food, remember to enjoy the following dishes: Coxinhas, Brigadeiro, Churrasco Grill, Kibe Spicy Beef Cake, Bauru Sandwich, fruit juices.

You should not use the bus in Brazil because it is usually not on time, instead, you can rent a car to drive or see the Kombi.

Hopefully the above Brazilian experience will help you have the best preparation before coming to the country of football and the special Carneval festival.