Salvador – How to Experience the Festivals of Candomble

Picture the scene: At the sandy coastline of Brazil’s Red Beach, the ocean waves lap gently against the shore as devout followers of Candomble gather, clad head to toe in flowing white robes. The believers make their way towards sand alters covered in fragrant gardenias and beautiful flower arrangements. The setting is oh so peaceful...

Celebrating Easter in Brazil

If you enjoy immersing yourself in different cultures and uncovering their local traditions when you travel then attending the Easter celebrations in Brazil could be a fascinating experience for you. Whereas in the US Easter may be celebrated by exchanging chocolate eggs and attending church, in Brazil the celebrations are altogether more vibrant and flamboyant....

Most Popular Cities in Brazil

If you are planning a Brazilian adventure then you may be feeling a little overwhelmed about where you should start. Perhaps you only have a limited amount of time to dedicate in the country and you are finding yourself unsure as to which regions and cities to visit. That’s understandable, afterall, South America’s largest country...

Top 10 Music Festivals in Brazil

If there’s one thing that Brazilians are known for its their ability to throw a vibrant and exciting party. Rio Carnival is renowned all across the world and features at the top of the bucket lists of many aspiring world travelers. Perhaps it’s because of carnival that Brazilians have gained a reputation for being fun...

Brazil’s 8 Top Events

Brazil is South America’s biggest country, and with that comes a number of events and activities to partake in. Whether you’re dancing at Rio’s famous Carnival or getting a taste of Germany at Oktoberfest, Brazil is a hub for cultural and festive celebrations.   Carnival Brazil’s annual Carnival is the biggest event of the year...

Must Try Foods in Brazil

A trip to Brazil isn’t complete without enjoying the flavors of this grand and beautiful South American country. Whether you’re a lover of meat, seafood, or rather sink your teeth into something sweet, this country has got you covered with exotic flavors and traditional goodies to satisfy almost every tastebud. From hearty stews, to cheesy...

15 Things To See and Do in Brazil

Take In Some Futbol Since before the 2016 Olympics, one of the main things the country of Brazil is known for, is soccer. Some of the world’s most famous and best soccer players hail from the big South American country, so it might be almost mandatory to stop into one of the largest stadiums in...

Top 10 Sights To See in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro

The former Brazilian capital of Rio de Janeiro has been Brazil’s hub for decades. It’s the second largest city in Brazil and is most famous for its annual Carnival and the host of the 2016 Olympics. With landmarks, museums, and beaches all at your disposal, we’ve narrowed down the top ten things to do in...

Southern Brazil’s Top Destinations

Brazil’s southern tip has increased in popularity over the years, with locals, tourists, and nearby neighbors of Argentina and Paraguay now flocking to the area more than ever. Brazil’s small southern region is easy to explore and showcases some of the best of the country’s natural wonders. Discover Brazil’s history in this part of the...

10 Things to Know Before Travelling to Brazil

Planning a trip to the largest country in South America? It’s best to be prepared. With plenty to do and plan for in one of the largest countries in the world, it’s easy to forget some of the recommended prep work before departing. Here, we have the top travel tips to keep you ahead of...
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