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World renowned beaches
and the world's two largest rivers await you in Brazil. Take a
boat trip up the Amazon
basin to the convergence of the Rio Negro and Amazon
River. Leave civilization behind and listen to the sounds of the
lush green forests teeming with wild life. Walk along the river
at sunrise and dusk ready to spot the colorful birds and elusive
jaguar of the Amazon. End your journey with a few days at one
of Brazil's spectacular beaches, Rio and Cobacabana, equally as
colorful in its own right.
time to take in the theater or a live show.
|Heart of Amazonia Cruise||Manaus, Amazon and Rio Negro|
7 nights ~ from $2778
|Faces of Brazil||Belo Horizonte, Historical Cities, Brasilia & Salvador (Bahia)|
8 nights ~ from $2359
|The Big Three||See Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Santiago in luxurious style|
15 nights ~ from $6915
|Brazil Highlights||Rio de Janeiro, Iguassu Falls, Amazon & Salvador (Bahia)|
10 nights ~ from $2632
|Carnival in Rio - 2010!||5-night package at a Copacabana hotel|
5 nights ~ from $1342
|Brazil - Northern Treasures||Salvador (Bahia), Amazon, Belem, Fortaleza & Natal|
13 nights ~ from $3923
|Ecological Trials||Iguassu Falls, Pantanal, Amazon & Rio de Janeiro|
13 nights ~ from $4841
|Brazil - Tropical Wonders||Salvador (Bahia), Recife, Natal, Fortaleza|
13 nights ~ from $6088
|Brazil Heritage||Belo Horizonte, Historical Cities, Parati & Rio de Janeiro|
9 nights ~ from $4195
The immense Amazon basin is known as the Earth's "Green Lung"
for good reason. The rainforest is habitat to one third of the
planet's forest and over 50,000 species of plants, 1000 species
and 400 species of mammals. Twenty percent of the world's primates
live in the Amazonas region. To journey into the Amazon, to the
junction of the opaque brown Amazon and the dark Rio Negro, is
to experience an ancient, wild world. Just 300 miles from Manaus,
the region's capital, live uncontacted Aboriginal Indian tribes.
The pace of life in modern Manaus is still set by the great river.
Historic buildings stand next to modern skyscrapers in this important
gateway city. The Amazon region is a magical place full of life
as it has carried on for millions of years.
Located on the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay is one
of nature's grand spectacles, Iguazu Falls. Bring a raincoat.
Over 275 separate waterfalls plummet over 200 feet for over two
and a half miles. Wear a raincoat and hat for protection from
the constant mist that forms an arched rainbow. Catwalks and lookouts
offer a close look at the thundering falls or look down into Devil's
Throat from an airplane overflight. For the daring, take a boat
ride close to the falls and make sure to bring plenty of film.
Brazil comprises almost half the area of South America with Rio
de Janeiro as its heartbeat. With world famous beaches,
Carnival and an unstoppable nightlife, it may seem that most of
the country's under 30 population (70% of the entire population)
lives in Rio. To understand why many say it is a beautiful and
romantic city, ascend Corcovado Mountain at dawn to see the first
sunlight touch the Christ statue or ride the cable car to the
top of Sugar Loaf to watch the Rio lights flicker below. Rio is
an international city and its restaurants, hotels and culture
reflect that diversity. Modern buildings sit next to historic
cathedrals, churches and monuments. A youthful energetic city
of contrasts, Rio is bound by its connection to nature both in
the Tijuca National Park, the largest urban extension of tropical
forest, and its 56 miles of coastline.
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to Brazil for Iguazu Falls, Rio, and the Amazon River. Our consultants
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