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Private Eco Tour at Cantareira State Park from São Paulo
"After your guide picks you up from your hotel by private vehicle head to the hiking trails of Cantareira State Park known as Parque Estadual da Cantareira. Part of Brazil’s vast and protected Mata Atlântica Biosphere Reserve which covers 14 states this section of the Atlantic coastal forest spreads over more than 20000 acres (8000 hectares).Your guide will select the best trails to suit your ability
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Rio da Prata Snorkel Tour from Bonito
"Start this tour with a pick up service from your centrally located hotel in Bonito. The real adventure starts 56 km (35mi) from the city center with a 50-minute hike through a beautiful forest and unspoiled flora that coexists harmoniously with birds and you will swim in the river and a new world will appear before your eyes. You will float quietly in a huge aquarium crystal clear. You will experience a unique feeling you get to fly through underwater plants and animals.Later on you will visit the Olho D’água spring to see a spectacular visual effect on river´s bottom. After snorkeling you have the option to lunch in the reception´s restaurant (not included). You will be returned to your hotel midday.""""On this 8-hour tour
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Boca da Onça Waterfall Rappelling Tour from Bonito
"Start this tour with a pick up service from your centrally located hotel in Bonito. The 8-hour tour consists of a 4km (2.4mi) walk by the preserved forest trail passing through 11 waterfalls one if them being Boca da Onça the highest in the state at 156m (511ft) high.The most radical attraction of Boca da Onça is the canyoning: a descent of 90m (295ft) full of adrenaline. The canyoning platform is a metallic structure of 34m (111ft) long which gives an astonishing view over the Salobra River and the impressive limestone walls.After the descent a small trail leads you to a natural pool formed by the waterfalls. You will visit scenic spots and swim in these natural pools. Once the activity is over
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Dress Code

The Dress code for Rio is as little as possible! Dress is casual throughout and on the beach most Americans would look incredibly over dressed for the little skin we show. Brazilians of all size and...
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Mosquitos and Humitity

a strong Backpack with lining or sealed Suitcase would be appropriate, learn some portugues travel lite, wash or let wash in the Hotel laundry...good footwear is essential many articles you will find...
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Packing List

For the jungle,, the best way to carry your luggage is of course a big satchel. In the jungle: Comfortable clothes, cotton best, and swimming clothes, sunglasses, cap, and soap to wash clothes, if you...
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I would advice to bring as little clothes as possible.The brazilians are very casual, but also very aware of what they are wearing.If you show up in whats really cool in your home country you might...
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cachaseiro
Nov 06, 2009

South America Map

If you are planning to travel around South America buy a map at home. It's virtually impossible to find let alone buy a full size map of South America. It seems odd but of all the bookstores...
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faeriegal
Feb 25, 2008

South America Map

If you are planning to travel around South America buy a map at home. It's virtually impossible to find let alone buy a full size map of South America. It seems odd but of all the bookstores...
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faeriegal
Feb 25, 2008
 
 
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Slip free sandals/flip flops because the sidewalks can be slippery when wet. As for clothes, pretty much anything goes...wear whatever you want but it's best to pack light weight clothing. The dress...
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oceania26
Jan 01, 2007

Field Guid (Birds)

Collins Illustrated hecklist.Birds of Southern South America and Antarctica ISBN: 00-02200-77-5 1998The first field guide to illustrate every species of bird found in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia,...
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worldtraveler55
Dec 27, 2005

Light and easy - pile it and half it

Be sure to bring a 'mochila pobre' as I call it - a backpack or bag that looks poor - you don't want to become a target. I would skip this department all together except for what you wear on the...
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peace_prevails
Nov 01, 2005

good preparation

is everything and takes you places but what ever takes your fancy, I traveled light and with a small but strong lined Backpack on the front..I had more control if someone would sneak up from behind to...
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pepples46
Oct 12, 2005

There is nothing to pack

There seems to be nothing what you can´t buy also in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo or Fortaleza also some things are hard to find in such big cities and you don´t speak portugues. So you really only...
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HansWerner
Apr 02, 2005

Washcloth? Washcloth?

Washclothes are generally not used in Brazil. It is expected that a person taking a shower will use the soap directly on their skin. This may be a little odd to most North Americans, and if you...
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glabah
May 20, 2004

A visa for American Citizens...

By now most travelers know about Brazil's visa recopricity rule. That is, since Brazilian citizens are required to have a valid visa to enter the USA, American citizens are required to have one...
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EarthSun530
Jan 19, 2004

Absolutely necessary:

Detergent and clothesline (instead of to much clothes - you will have to carry it and luggage is restricted to 20k by most air carriers - i.e. Brazil Air Pass; clothes dry easily overnight in Brazil)...
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rui_bijie
Dec 30, 2003

Popular Cities in Brazil

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Rio de Janeiro

Estado do Rio de Janeiro
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Salvador da Bahia

Estado da Bahia
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São Paulo

Estado de São Paulo
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Manaus

Estado do Amazonas
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Ilha Grande

Estado do Rio de Janeiro
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Fortaleza

Estado do Ceará
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Top Hotels in Brazil

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Avenida Atlantica 1702, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22021-001, Brazil
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Alameda Santos, 2233, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01419-002, Brazil
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Praa da S, 22, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40021-020, Brazil
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Av. Coronel Teixeira 1320, Estrada Ponta Negra S/N, Manaus, State of Amazonas, 69037-000, Brazil
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Rodovia Br 469 Km 28 - Parque Nacional de Iguacu, Foz de Iguacu, Parana, 85863-000, Brazil
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Rua Ten.Francisco Antonio S/N, Centro Historico, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23970, Brazil
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Top Things to Do in Brazil

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Christ The Redeemer, Corcovado

This is probably the most famous attraction in Rio De Janeiro which is called Christ the Redeemer who has overlooked the city and the beautiful beaches of Rio since 1931. Paul Landowski, a French...
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Lacerda Elevator

In 20 seconds, Elevador Lacerda (Lacerda Elevator) takes you from Praca Tome de Souza in Cidade Alta (the Upper City) to the Praca Cairu in Cidade Baixa (the Lower City). You travel more than 70...
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Avenida Paulista

Sao Paulo is a huge city and a bit chaotic. But the Avenida Paulista is something as well as the order in the chaos. Nerve center and financial, accumulates offices and shopping malls. Full of life...
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River Trips

You Can travel by boat along the Amazon river. It's about R$300,00 reais and you can be all day longer to see the river, the Aldeias, the animals. \you can take photos with the animals, bicho preguiça...
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Lopes Mendes Beach - Praia Lopes Mendes

Lopes Mendes Beach is a lovely 3km long white sandy beach on the south eastern side of the island. It is facing the Atlantic Ocean and the waves are often good for surfing. When I visited the currents...
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Beach

I walked from the bus station to this beach. I wanted to see the famous statue of the girl with an arc. It was june, so winter in Brazil and very few people were on the beach, but nobody was...
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acemj

"Brasil energetico!!!"
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mangueirense

"Mangueirense's Brazil Page"
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cachaseiro

"The land of beautiful people."
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perfectly_zen

":: Brasil ::"
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janaina

"THE MILLION TREASURES OF MY COUNTRY.."
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