The best way to describe Brazil is through its synonyms: joy, beaches, adventure, beauty, party, rhythm, dance, carnival, nature, futbol, sensuality and all are summarized in one word… passion.
Brazil is the passion for music and dance, the beauty of its endless pristine beaches, the love of revelry and desfreno its Carnival, for life understood as happiness.
Five excursion destinations in Brazil
Ilha dos Frades e Itaparica
Relaxing stroll through the islands of the Bay of All Saints. The first stop will be the island dos Frades, where there will be time to enjoy a refreshing bath. Below continue to the island of Itaparica, with its more than 40 kilometers of beach and lush tropical vegetation, is preferred by the people of Salvador to relax. Do not miss the opportunity to dive in calm waters or visit Fort Sao Lourenco, Solar house Tenente Boots, the church Matriz do Santissimo Sacramento or the Source da Bica.
Pelourinho Bahia, nightlife show
Be witness of the African Influence of Salvador enjoying a fantastic spectacle based on the Afro–Brazilian culture. Experience the true spirit of Bahia through its music, dances (capoeira, samba round, samba do Caboclo, Maculele, etc …) and its delicious Creole cuisine.
Morro de São Paulo
Ferry departure from the Sao Joaquim terminal to Morro de São Paulo. Founded by the Spanish nobleman Francisco Romero in 1535, Morro de Sao Paulo is the most important of the Tinhere island. Walking its streets of sand, enjoying a nice meal in its many restaurants or simply relax in some of its beautiful beaches with calm waters.
The tour takes us to the station of the cable car of Pao de Acucar dating from 1912. The bondinho, as it is popularly known, leads to the top of Morro da Urca, 215 meters high, from which you have a bellisimas views of Guanabara Bay and its islands, the Rio-Niteroi Bridge and Mount Corcovado. Below, a second cable car will drive us to the top of Morro Pao de Acucar, 395 meters high, from where we will have splendid views of the beach of Copacabana and Christ the Redeemer. Our tour ended with a panoramic city tour through the Sambadrome, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Municipal Theatre and the National Library.
Uploaded by train to Corcovado hill, 713 meters above sea level, to enjoy one of the new Wonders of the World site: Christ the Redeemer. Built in 1921 by French sculptor Paul Landowski and completed in 1931, this huge granite statue of 30 meters high commemorating the centenary of the independence of Brazil. From there you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the city of Rio de Janeiro.