Brazil is an incredible destination – an enormous country with something to offer every type of traveler. And yet, for many people it’s an undiscovered experience – an unfulfilled ”bucket list” dream. Well, it’s time to turn dreams into reality! Here are 7 amazing reasons to begin planning your next trip with Adventures in Brazil. Start packing!
Olympic fever is everywhere – have you felt it? Everyone is glued to the TV/internet, following the games and rooting for their favorite teams and countries. You get excited and promise yourself that in 2016 you will be in Brazil to watch the games live – for sure. Right on! If you’ve never been to Rio, this is a great opportunity to visit the most beautiful city in the world (believe me! I’m from São Paulo and I have to admit..Rio is extraordinarily beautiful) and watch one of the most exciting events in the world, the Summer Olympic Games (Games of the XXXI Olympiad). I found this fantastic video created by the Rio 2016 Olympic organizers and would like to share with you.
For those who want to know Rio like the “palm of your hand” (a Brazilian expression that means you are very comfortable with the routine, location, etc ) or dream of visiting one of the most famous destinations in South America, this post will help to give you a clear sense how the Rio the games will unfold; everything from location, to transportation, to how the Olympic Village will be built, etc.
This video below is presented by 4 Brazilian kids who explain the 4 zones of Rio that are being completely remodeled to receive this global event. Enjoy!
Today is Salvador’s birthday, the first capital of Brazil is 463 years old. Adventures in Brazil wants to congratulate all the local guides and operators that make our travel possible. Congratulations!
Last week I was interviewed by Bo Bissed from the Fotoloco blog – it’s a great article called “Show Your Wild Side: Adventures in Brazil”. They are experts in find adventures all over the world, using Flickr photos to meet people and find places to share with their audiences. Click on the picture below to read the full interview. Obrigado Fotoloco!