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9 Best Things To Do In Brazil

Brazil is one of the most beautiful, culturally diverse and amazing destinations you can visit in the world. People from all over the globe flock to Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia so we thought it was about time we compiled a list of 9 great things you should do when you visit one of the most diverse countries on Earth.

1. Fall in love with Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is a Brazilian city that has been named as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is well known for its gorgeous beaches, stunning views and great weather throughout the year. The city is also known for its lively nightlife, where you can enjoy a variety of bars and clubs.

The city is also known for its amazing architecture, including many old buildings that have been preserved over time. If you want to see some of these buildings then take a walk through Lapa or Flamengo neighbourhoods. These areas are filled with beautiful churches and museums.

Another thing that makes Rio de Janeiro so special is its people who are very friendly and welcoming towards tourists from all over the world. You will find many locals offering help if needed or even giving directions on how to get around town without any problems at all!

2. Visit the magnificent Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls are a must-see for anyone traveling to Brazil. Located in the middle of the country, these falls are divided into three sections—the Garganta do Diabo (Devil’s Throat), the Cataratas do Iguaçu (Iguassu Falls), and the Cachoeira dos Patos (Duck Falls). Each section has its own unique beauty, and visitors can enjoy them from various vantage points along the trails.

The Iguassu Falls are considered one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of the World,” and you can see why, they are made up of 275 cascades that total 2.7 miles long. They are also home to a variety of different plant and animal species, including toucans, parrots, parakeets, hummingbirds and more!

Visitors can experience these incredible natural wonders by taking guided tours offered by several companies in both Argentina and Brazil. You can also opt for an adventure tour that includes kayaking down the river or hiking through rainforest trails – whatever suits your needs best!

3. Explore Chapada Diamantina National Park

Located in the state of Bahia, Chapada Diamantina National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it's easy to see why. The park has more than 1,000 square kilometers of pristine rainforest, which is home to more than 400 species of birds, as well as dozens of mammals, reptiles and amphibians.

The park is also home to some impressive rock formations: “Chapada” means “plateau,” and it's an apt description of the area's dramatic landscape. In fact, there are more than 2,500 quartzite rocks that rise up from the ground like giant staircases or towers, they're called “diamonds” because they sparkle in the sunlight.

The best way to explore this beautiful area? Go hiking! There are dozens of trails through different types of terrain—from desert-like sandstone formations to dense jungle—and each offers its own unique sights and experiences.

4. Experience Carnival in Brazil

Carnival is one of the most popular festivals held in Brazil and it takes place during February and March every year. The word ‘carnival’ comes from the Latin word ‘carnelevarium’ which means ‘farewell to meat’ or ‘farewell to flesh’ because during this period people would abstain from eating meat while they prepared themselves for Lent (this period lasts 40 days).

There are many places where you can enjoy this amazing festival but if you want to feel like one of them then Rio de Janeiro is the place for you. There are many things that you can do during your stay here such as going to the beaches, visiting museums and watching football games at night time with friends or family members who live here all year long.

5. Beach hopping on Ilha Grande

Brazil is known for its beaches and beautiful beaches are found in many places. However, the island of Ilha Grande offers some of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil, so much so that it has been named one of the top 10 islands worldwide.

There are many beaches to choose from when visiting this island, but what makes this island even more special is that all of them are accessible by boat or ferry, which means you do not need to worry about parking your car. There are also plenty of options for accommodation and restaurants as well as other activities such as hiking trails, scuba diving and snorkeling.

The best way to experience these incredible beaches is by hiring a boat tour operator who can take you around all day long and show you all these amazing sights while providing refreshments throughout the trip.

6. Two Brothers Hike in Rio

Two Brothers Hike is a family-friendly trail that winds through the mountains near Rio de Janeiro. It's the perfect spot to take a hike with your family and enjoy the beautiful views of the city below.

The trail is fairly easy, but can get quite crowded during peak season. It takes about two hours to walk one way, so it's best to plan your trip accordingly. You can also rent bikes or horses at a number of spots along the way if you want to speed up your journey. The entire loop is about 6 kilometers long, which means it would take about an hour and a half to complete by foot.

The best time of year to visit Two Brothers Hike is between October and April when it's cooler outside. During this time there are fewer tourists on the trail and fewer people renting bikes or horses as well.

7. Race around the sand dunes in Natal

A sure-fire way to make your trip to Natal in Brazil unforgettable is to race around the sand dunes. The city is located on the northeast coast of Brazil, which means it has a long stretch of beach and some beautiful sand dunes. You can enjoy this natural beauty by renting a car and driving out to explore them on your own, or you can take a tour with a group of friends or family members.

The best time to go out and explore the sand dunes is in the morning when it's cooler than later in the day. You'll want to wear comfortable shoes that won't sink into the sand too far if you decide to run or walk around on foot instead of driving yourself through them.

If you want to rent an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) or a dune buggy then make sure you do this well in advance so that there will be one available for you when it comes time for your adventure!

8. Beaches in Florianopolis

There are many beaches in Florianopolis that you can visit. Some of them are Praia Mole and Praia Brava, which are both located in the south part of the island. These two beaches are popular for surfing and swimming, but if you want to spend a few days at one of these beaches, then you should book your trip well in advance because they are very popular among tourists.

Another option for your beach vacation is Praia Mole de Armação de Pêra, which is located near the city center. This beach is also very popular among tourists because it has a beautiful view and good quality sand. However, this beach has no facilities such as toilets or cafes nearby so you should bring your own drinking water with you when visiting here.

If you want something more peaceful and quiet then why not try out Praia do Farol? This beach is located near Lagoa da Conceição and offers beautiful views of the city skyline from afar as well as nearby islands like IlhaBela and Ilha Anchieta which can be reached by boat from there!

9. Experience Churrascaria (Brazilian BBQ)

Churrascaria can be found all over Brazil and is a great way to sample some of the best meats in the world. The word churrasco means “to grill” in Portuguese, and the word carne means “meat” in Spanish.

A churrascaria is basically an all-you-can-eat meat buffet with an open-flame grill right at your table. You can enjoy grilled steak, sausages, chicken breasts, pork ribs and more while listening to live music while you eat. The idea is that you order from a menu before you arrive but once there, it’s all about trying different cuts of meat until you’re full!

Brazilian BBQ restaurants are usually open for lunch or dinner only so make sure to plan ahead before heading out for dinner or else you might end up disappointed when they close early! 

All in all, Brazil is one of the most enjoyable countries in South America to visit. Even if you only have a short time to spend there, it's worth visiting to see some of the beautiful architecture and the sights it has to offer. Even just a short stay could be the perfect holiday for you!
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