Tour attractions in Brazil
Natural Sightseeing in Brazil
Amazon Rain forest
The Amazon Rainforest contains thousands of different species of birds, hundreds of reptiles, mammals, insects and countless plants and trees, many special to the region. Rivers flow into lakes, surrounded by the dense vegetation of the jungle. The city Manaus, the capital of the state Amazonas, is the gateway to the forest's uninhabited depths. Huge sailing vessels make it all the way up the river to pick up the valuable natural wealth of the jungle.
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One of the largest waterfalls in the world, Iguaçu Falls is located in Iguaçu National Park at the border between Argentina and Brazil. The horseshoe shape of the falls measures 2700 m wide and 72 m deep, providing a sensational sight that fills your entire vision and dampens you with its spray, even from a distance. The lush vegetation of the surrounding park is also home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna, including the giant otter and giant anteater.
Sugarloaf Mountain is at a height 396 m from the Guanabara Bay. A cable-car line takes the effort out of the climb reassuringly, this vehicle is considered to be one of the safest in the world and is reputedly the third cable-car line ever Invented. The Mountain itself is the largest of several granite monolithic morro that tower over this stretch of coast.
AFernando de Noronha
Fernando de Noronha national park is in northern Brazil is a volcanic archipelago made up of 21 islands, and the best diving spot in the country. We can explore a colourful underwater world of coral, lemon sharks and manta rays. Watch sea turtles lay eggs on the shore of the pristine beaches, or dolphins jumping playfully in the ocean. Mountains loom above the beaches, which can be visited by dune buggy.
North-eastern city of Salvador, Pelourinho is also its historic centre with colonial-style buildings. The district is famous for its music, nightlife and particularly for its capoeira - a martial art-dance form performed to music on the one-stringed berimbau instrument. It was developed amongst the African slave population during the colonial period.
Museu do Indio
The Museu do Indio in Rio is dedicated to exploring the history and culture of these Brazilian native Indians. Documentary film screenings, hundreds of artifacts, documents, events and exhibitions make a visit here interesting and informative. Academics and experts in indigenous matters also use the museum's wealth of sources to conduct research, with the aim of conserving and preserving the cultural patrimony, memory and history of the indigenous peoples of Brazil.
Christ the Redeemer
Towering over Rio de Janeiro on Mount Corcovado stands Christ the Redeemer his arms spread out protecting the thriving metropolis. This 30-metre high landmark has come to symbolize the city. The imposing statue, inaugurated in 1931, was created by sculptor Paul Landoviski and built by the engineer Heitor da Silva Costa. It is situated in a nature reserve, providing beautiful surroundings and fantastic views over the rest of the city. Visitors need no longer climb the 220 steps to the top - three panoramic elevators and four escalators now allow leisurely access to the monument and the views beyond.