Luxury Holidays & Inspiration in Brazil
Please explore our collection or private and group tours
to Brazil, these can also be used as inspiration for a tailor-made
12 Nights From £3655
Rainforest, Modern, Colonial Brazil Tour incorporating the exuberant Amazon rainforest, cosmopolitan Rio de Janeiro, colonial heritage of Salvador and the magnificent Iguassu waterfalls
11 Nights From £2575
Enjoy the sheer romance of Rio de Janeiro, the magnificent Iguassu waterfalls and the colourful blend of Salvador's colonial heritage before heading to your idyllic tropical beach resort.
12 Nights From £3357
Explore the pulsating blend of Salvador's African and colonial heritage, hike the inland rivers and canyons of Lencoies and unwind on the idyllic sleepy beaches of a remote island
15 Nights From £4562
The Natural World of Brazil focuses on the prolific birdlife of the Pantanal wetlands, the exuberant vegetation of the Amazon rainforest and the vestiges of the Atlantic coastal forest.
21 Nights From £5080
Extensive tour of Brazil's contrasting blend of origins, rich cultural heritage and landscapes. Discover vibrant cities, colonial heritage, impressive waterfalls and dense rainforest.
14 Nights From £3,071
Travel to the exciting cosmopolitan city of Rio de Janeiro, venture deep into the jungle of the Amazon, and play on the soft white sands of the Bahian coast on this family-friendly tour of Brazil
Tucano Amazon Cruise
4 Nights From £1738
Amazon river cruise for 4 or 7 nights, to reach deeper into seldom explored rivers and creeks of the rainforest, from the comfort of a local boat with a large sun deck and air-conditioning.
Rio de Janeiro
6 Nights From £699 exc flights
Explore this vibrant exotic City in a stunningly beautiful setting. Enjoy Copacabana beach, visit the statue of Christ the Redeemer, Sugar Loaf mountain and discover the unique Royal heritage.
Salvador da Bahia
6 Nights From £588 exc flights
Explore the fascinating essence of Brazilian identity: a blend of Portuguese and African heritage, visible in the colonial architecture, Orixas, Capoeira, paintings and music.
6 Nights From £3499
The World's Most Famous Party, the 5 day Rio Carnival is a cultural celebreation like no other.
5 Nights From £1325
Travel by canoe through the immense Amazon Rainforest, sleeping in hammocks along the way
Amazon Lodge & Rainforest Expedition
3 Nights From £347
Journey into pristine rainforest and discover the flora and fauna of the Amazon
Where to Visit
Below is a selection of the best places to visit. and main highlights of Brazil. The distance between location can involve many hours flying therefore speak with one of specialist consults to best advise you on arraging your trip.
Rio de Janeiro
'A Cidade Maravilhosa' - The Marvellous City, home of long sandy beaches, granite mountains and Christ the Redeemer.
Salvador Da Bahia
Former capital city of Brazil, Salvador is a rich mix of colonial style, African cultural heritage, and tropical climate.
This seasonal floodplain is a veritable paradise for those who love nature and birdwatching.
Amazing diversity and unimaginable size characterize the largest rainforest on Earth.
Parati is a small colonial seafront town, complete with cobbled streets and whitewashed houses, ideal for relaxing away from Rio.
Set on a hill, approximately 6 km north of Recife, is OLINDA, one of the largest and most beautiful complexes of colonial architecture in Brazil. A maze of cobbled streets, hills crowned with brilliant white churches, p
A trendy town set on a peninsula surrounded by small beaches, Buzios is the perfect weekend getaway from Rio's busy streets.
This unspoilt island, an extension of the Emerald Coast's forested mountains, is one of Brazil's largest. A former pirate hideaway, slaving centre and prison, its sandy bays and peninsula now attract gentler visitors. T
Recife - Porto de Galinhas
Just an hour south of Recife, Porto de Galinhas is the embodiment of Brazilian beach culture; the laid-back town has a host of small bars and restaurants playing live music and a long beach protected by a reef. Traditio
Morro de São Paulo
A bohemian and artistic fishing village across the bay from Salvador, experience local life in a tropical climate.
Praia Do Forte
A tiny fishing village on the Bahian coast, Praia do Forte has idyllic sandy beaches and a turtle conservation project.
Fernando de Noronha
Remote, exclusive islands surrounded by crystal clear waters, perfect for the ultimate island getaway.
Natal - Praia da Pipa
85 kilometres south of the city of Natal, the coast of Praia da Pipa is a mixture of red sandy cliffs and sheltered coves that attracr dolphins and marine turtles, set againsy a backdrop of lush Atlantic coastal forest.
Travelling in Brazil
When to Visit
The climate of Brazil varies considerably from the tropics in the North and the more temperate South. Temperatures in the North are consistently high and do not vary much, whereas in the South there is a much more noticeable difference between summer (November - March) and winter (June - August). See our climate chart.
The sun in Brazil can be very strong, especially in summer. Make sure you take adequate precautions against sunburn by taking a hat and sun protection with a high SPF.
Crime in Brazil has been well publicised, but it need not stop you from travelling. Use common sense to avoid making yourself a target, stay away from unlit areas at night, and ask your guide if there is anywhere you should avoid. A flashy wardrobe or one that is too casual can mark you as a tourist. As much as possible, avoid the appearance of affluence.
Pack your bag leaving space for any purchases made en route. This is not only for your own comfort, but it is far easier to keep track of one bag than a collection of smaller ones and thus reduce the chance of theft.
Comfortable trainers or walking shoes/boots with ankle support and water protection if it is wet under foot.
A fresh set of clothes for each day is not necessary as laundry services are available at most of the hotels en route.
Deal with variable temperatures, hot and cold, by taking light clothing and wearing it in LAYERS. You can then add layers of clothing when it is cold or remove items of clothing when it is warmer.
- Stunning city of Rio de Janeiro
- Magnificent Watefalls at Iguassu
- Ecosystems of the Amazon Rainforest
- Natural World of the Pantanal
- Exotic City of Salvador
- Idyllic Beaches of the North East
- Remote Islands of Fernando Noronha
- Colonial Cities of Minas Gerais
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