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Brazil is one of the most vibrant countries in the world and a trip here will certainly never be boring. There is so much to see and do that you are sure to find that you might need to take another trip to fit it all in!
From the Copacabana beach to the peace of the Amazon, there really is something for everyone thanks in part to the fact that it is one of the largest countries in the world. The coastline is vast so there are plenty of beaches – both crowded and secluded – as well as small islands where you can escape from the hustle and bustle of the cities. The Amazon Basin is a great place to go to find out more about the wildlife and flora and fauna of the country. During your stay make sure you hire a car and head out to the Iguaçu Falls. This is a natural feature that has hundreds of waterfalls flowing out from the rainforest and it attracts thousands of visitors each year.
However, one of the biggest attractions for visitors is the Brazilian people. They are fun-loving and welcoming and if you visit at the time of the carnivals then you are sure to get caught up in the party atmosphere. Music and dance is a large part of the way of life here and you will be very unlikely to get through your holiday without trying a samba or two at the very least.
Brazil is a great destination for those who enjoy adventure holidays and to make the most of it arrange car rental so you can do as much as possible in the time that you have. Surfers can head towards Santa Catarina for the biggest waves, or you can spend time driving beach buggies around the dunes in Natal. Snorkelling enthusiasts can head towards the Fernando de Noronha National Park or you can have a day or two abseiling in the Chapada Diamantina National Park.
Cities such as Rio de Janeiro are ideal if you want to find a few souvenirs to take home or just to see what the nightlife has to offer, but there are also plenty of cultural attractions too.
Alternatively you can simply chill out and relax – there are plenty of opportunities to do this too! Take a trip on an Amazonian ferry or wander through the older parts of the colonial towns. Or just spend a few hours soaking up the sun on one of the beaches.