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  • Salvador: 3-Hour Capoeira Class

    1. Salvador: 3-Hour Capoeira Class

    Salvador is notorious for preserving and disseminating the art, music, dance, songs and traditions of African origin. These and other cultural manifestations were brought as a result of the enslavement process, and transformed in the African Diaspora through the contact and interactions among different peoples and cultures, heritages that embellish and enrich Bahia. Among them, this class highlights capoeira, a dance and a fight of African origin, a tradition grounded on the strength of the ancestors, an artistic manifestation of life and philosophy, a remarkable characteristic of Afro-Bahia identity. This itinerary was designed in such a way that you may experience this tradition in the renowned International School of Capoeira in Bahia. Participate in a workshop, then take a regular class with other regular capoeira school students. That way, you'll experience the motivation that enco...

  • Rio: Christ the Redeemer Official Ticket by Cog Train

    2. Rio: Christ the Redeemer Official Ticket by Cog Train

    Go all the way up to the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer by the Corcovado Train. The Train rides through a railway inside Tijuca National Park, the largest urban forest in the world, making a unique view over Rio de Janeiro city. Enjoy an amazing ride on a train that takes you right up to the foot of the statue of The Christ, one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and one of the most famous sights in Brazil. Besides admiring one of the most beautiful landscapes of the city, you will take a walk through Brazil's history. The Corcovado Railroad was the first electrified railroad in Brazil. Inaugurated in 1884 by D. Pedro II, it is older than Christ the Redeemer itself. In fact, it was the train that, during four consecutive years, transported pieces for monument’s construction. Your visit starts on the century-old electric locomotive, riding across the preserved Atlantic Fores...

    The train up and down was very convenient and by getting the tickets thru this website, we were given priority access for boarding - no lines!

  • Full-Day Tour with Christ, Sugarloaf, Selaron and BBQ Lunch

    3. Full-Day Tour with Christ, Sugarloaf, Selaron and BBQ Lunch

    Discover the landmarks of Rio on a full-day guided tour, including pickup and drop off at hotels in Rio (check the pickup locations). Start with a visit to Corcovado Mountain, where you will ride to the base of the 38-meter tall statue of Christ the Redeemer, standing at an altitude of 710 meters (about 2329 feet). Ride by van to the top or board the train, both through the Tijuca Forest, for a preview of the wonderful landscape. Then, marvel at the main monument of Brazil as you take in panoramic views of Rio. Next, head towards the mythical Maracanã football stadium and observe its imposing façade. Continue to the legendary Sambódromo where the annual Carnival parade takes place. Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro, a modern structure influenced by Mayan pyramids. Check out the brightly colored tiles of the world-famous Selarón Steps at Lapa, before enjoying a typical ...

    Great tour!! Pedro the guide was very knowledgeable about everything. I even tried to one up him on a few things but even with all the research I did before coming here he always had a little extra unknown fact about everything. Everything ran smoothly and they kept everything flowing. Was able to get everything in, and have a little extra time at a few places. Would definitely recommend.

  • Amazon Jungle: 3 or 4-Day Tour at Juma River Guest Houses

    4. Amazon Jungle: 3 or 4-Day Tour at Juma River Guest Houses

    Enjoy an amazing adventure through the beautiful and diverse Amazon Jungle to the enigmatic Juma River area, spotting the unique Amazonian flora and fauna. Pension of the Juma is 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Manaus, an approximate driving time of 3 hours by car and speedboat. The Lodge is on the banks of the Negro River and has a guest lounge area, restaurant, and seating for up to 50 guests. Packages include accommodation, round trip transfer from Manaus, all meals (full board), and bilingual guided activities as outlined below. Day 1: 8:00 AM: Pick-up at your hotel and transfer to the port 8:30 AM: Speed boat ride passing through where the rivers Negro and Solimoes meet 9:00 AM: Transfer to the guest house, arrive at 11:00 1:00 PM: Lunch  3:00 PM: Go down the river and observe pink and grey river dolphins and other wildlife 7:00 PM: Dinner  8:00 PM: Cayman spotting Day 2: 8:00 AM:...

    If you love the nature - I highly recommend do this tour. The tour guides are real masters about the jungle and provide so much knowledge and expertise. I saw animals from monkeys, pink dolphins to green parrots and Tarantulas. We hiked trough the jungle, built bow and arrow from the trees there - it was incredible. The food what Maria and her team is providing is delicious - they even provide vegan food if you want. Furthermore we visited a local farmer and got to know the process of Manioka. The accommodation is lovely. You have a bath in every room and a fan or an AC. The team was so welcoming and warm hearted. It was just beautiful and I will definitely come back. It is NOT A SAFARI! We are in the jungle so mostly the animals are very well hidden!

  • From Rio de Janeiro: Angra dos Reis Boat Trip with Lunch

    5. From Rio de Janeiro: Angra dos Reis Boat Trip with Lunch

    Relax on the 3-hour drive to the city of Angra dos Reis. A quick pit-stop on the road will be made to use bathroom facilities and buy a snack. Upon arrival in the docks, enjoy a schooner ride through the hundreds of islands of Angra dos Reis.  Marvel at the beauty of the most famous island of it all: Ilha Grande. Revel at the crystal clear water and rent a snorkel on the spot to see the different species of fish. After, devour the buffet lunch in a fishermen’s village. Explore four to five different stops during the day in places such as the Blue Lagoon, Green Lagoon, Saco do Céu, Cataguases beach, and Japariz or Araçá beaches. The knowledgable captain will choose the best spots depending on crowds and weather.

    Most comfortable trip ever: Luisa is downright a sweetheart who knows whats up. From the coach driver to the ship captain and the staff are extremely nice.. I cannot describe in words how beautiful the whole area is!! I'm very glad I booked this trip. Also would 1000% recommend snorkeling and getting your pics!!

  • Rio de Janeiro: Sugarloaf Cable Car Official Ticket

    6. Rio de Janeiro: Sugarloaf Cable Car Official Ticket

    Discover the world-famous Sugarloaf Mountain with prebooked official tickets for the cable car, and explore one of Brazil's most popular attractions. Admire stunning views of Rio de Janeiro as you ride the cable car to the summit. Take incredible photos from the lookout point as you enjoy the panorama of the city and the ocean below. Make your own way to the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain, and head directly to the ticket office to exchange your printed voucher. Board the next cable car up the mountain, riding in the fully-enclosed cabin as you take in panoramic views of the city, Copacabana Beach, and Guanabara Bay.  Disembark at the top, where you can spend as much time as you wish. There is a food court and restaurant at the summit where you can purchase snacks and drinks. Once you have finished exploring the summit, your ticket is valid for any returning cable car.

    Over 60s get 50% discount. Shame that this is not offered by getyourguide when booking

  • Rio de Janeiro: Hang Gliding Tandem Flight

    7. Rio de Janeiro: Hang Gliding Tandem Flight

    Benefit from pickup from your hotel, São Conrado Subway station, or make your own way to the Brazilian Confederation of Hang Gliding headquarters to meet your instructor. Then take a 15-minute jeep ride into Tijuca National Park, arriving at the Pedra Bonita Ramp, 1,700 feet (520 meters) above sea level. After a safety briefing and a rehearsal, it's time for takeoff.   Take the leap and experience incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean, Rio’s famous beaches, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, Guanabara Bay and much more. Your tandem flight ends with a smooth landing on the beach at São Conrado and the entire adventure will be captured by GoPro cameras attached to the wing. Enjoy an unforgettable sightseeing experience in Rio de Janeiro.

    The entire experience was epic!!! Beto and his team are extremely well organized, professional, and also so much fun! From pickup to drop off, I felt like I was on a journey of a lifetime! Beto, thank you for making my flight so enjoyable and personalized!!! I will be back!

  • Rio de Janeiro: Carnival 2022 Samba School Parade Ticket

    8. Rio de Janeiro: Carnival 2022 Samba School Parade Ticket

    Rio's Carnival is the most popular and the best Carnival in the world! No wonder it was named “Largest Carnival in the World” in 2004 by the Guinness Book of World Records. Carioca Carnival is a cultural event, where freedom of expression dominates in a creative and fun way, represented through samba school parades, carnival balls, and a street carnival. The official Samba School parades take place in Rio de Janeiro Sambadrome, created by the most renowned Brazilian architect, Oscar Niemeyer and inaugurated in 1983 with capacity for 80,000 spectators. Every year, the Samba Schools compete for the Carnival Champion Title, one school will be chosen as the best of the best. More than 30,000 people perform throughout Carnival. Each school has between 4,000 and 5,000 participants. There are 5 days of parades, divided into three categories: Access Group, Special Group, and Parade of Champion...

    Una experiencia increíble, 8 h bailando sin parar y el espectáculo una auténtica pasada.

  • From Foz do Iguazu: Brazil Iguazu Falls & Macuco Safari Boat

    9. From Foz do Iguazu: Brazil Iguazu Falls & Macuco Safari Boat

    Experience one of the must-see tours during your stay in Foz do Iguaçu. After being picked up from Foz do Iguaçu, start the tour with a 3-kilometer ride in an electric vehicle to the Iguaçu National Park in Brazil. Embark on a 500-meter hike through the woods towards the river. Climb into a special Zodiac riverboat and begin your adventure towards the base of the Iguaçu Falls. A tip, if you want the best views and picture opportunities, try to sit on the right side of the boat. Sail upstream and get close to the waves and the current caused by cascading water. With safety in mind, the specialized captain will make radical maneuvers as you sail up the Iguaçu River. Experience unforgettable adrenaline and emotions as you get splashed and admire this incredible natural formation. Make a stop at the observation deck above the mighty Devil's Throat waterfalls where you can admire the stunni...

    It was a great trip. my guide, Sandro, made it special to me. He speaks perfect English and he gave me a clear agenda about the tour. He has very good connection with everyone, we didn't need to queue in the line or elevator, I feel like an VIP. He is very knowledgeable about the birds, trees and other animals. I had a lot of fun with his guide. I really enjoy the trip.

  • Rio De Janeiro: Half-Day Rocinha Favela Walking Tour

    10. Rio De Janeiro: Half-Day Rocinha Favela Walking Tour

    Explore Rio’s largest favela on a half-day walking tour of Rocinha, the largest favela (shantytown) in South America. Organized by local, English speaking guides and favela hosts, the walking tour is respectful and non-intrusive to the residents. Subject of the movie "City of God," Rio’s favelas have fallen victim to unfortunate stereotypes. In order to correct this, and show you the true Rio de Janeiro, the favela tour will let you see and experience how daily life happens away from the sensationalist headlines. While other favela “zoo-tours” drive around in jeeps, you will get to walk the streets in small groups (average of 10 people) and meet the locals to hear their stories. Learn the history of the favela and its social and economic challenges. The tour cost also includes a monetary contribution to the favela community.

    Alfredo's ( Alberto) knowledge was immense and he was so we'll connected in the favela as he lived there for his whole life. He is extremely intelligent, sociable, and really explains the life inside the favela through bringing you on the tour!

Travelers to Brazil will be constantly inspired by both the lush natural surroundings and the many things to do and see. Everyone has heard of Copacabana, but it's necessary to really experience this fantastic destination. The views of Ipanema Beach, the delicious local cuisine, and the rich history of the area are guaranteed to astound. To truly get a feel for Copacabana, enjoy the same pastimes and dining experiences as Carioca, or local residents, such as taking a stroll though Garota de Ipanema Park or sipping on a refreshing Coconut Water drink.

Brazil's National Park is another wonder. Walk through the flourishing Missioner Forest, see the breathtaking Iguassu Falls and enjoy all nature has to offer, including spectacular views and amazing scenery.
No trip to Brazil would be complete without a stop in bustling Rio de Janeiro. Visit Carioca Square and wander around the vast Financial District. Then consider taking the city's last remaining Tram Line to Santa Teresa, one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in Rio. While there, visit the Chacara do Ceu Museum and take pleasure in this remarkable and artistic district.

Brazil, with its subtropical forests, historic neighborhoods and unique attractions is an amazing destination sure to delight tourists of all ages and backgrounds.

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