Wildlife lovers have the chance to make their dreams come true and spot a jaguar in the Pantanal, Brazil.


Brazil has so much to offer with its huge size and different regions, varied landscapes and unique natural attractions. The thought of a brand new day spent interacting with nature, or rather, reintegrating with it, is what drives most of us as travellers. You can choose from a wide range of destinations in Brazil. On the Atlantic coast of Maranhão lies Lençóis Maranhenses, a protected area of incredible natural beauty. It's an almost unreal landscape made up of fresh water lagoons tucked between seemingly infinite dunes of pure white sand. Within the metropolitan disctrict of Rio, the Tijuca Forest National Park is home to the famous statue of Christ The Redeemer. However, the forest itself covers an immense area and hides many other treasures awaiting the more adventurous traveller. Wildlife lovers have the chance to make their dreams come true and spot a jaguar in the Pantanal. Mountains, caves and waterfalls are among the attractions in Chapada Diamantina National Park, and lots of culture and history awaits your discoveries in Salvador.

Encounter crystal clear water and incredible diving in the sea around the islands of Fernando de Noronha, 400km from the coast of Recife. The Atlantic Rain Forest is more accessible than you might imagine as it stretches along the coast from Rio to São Paulo including Ilha Grande, Paraty and Mamanguá with great opportunities for trekking and water adventures such as sea kayaking and snorkeling. All of this and we haven't even mentioned the Amazon and the explosive force of Iguazu Falls.

Travel Information

Brazil Travel Information [pdf]
Best seasons to visit Brazil [pdf]