Enjoy the great outdoors of Rio's beaches, often called the world's best open air gym. Sharpen your soccer skills, or learn surfing and paragliding. Rent bikes for the whole family and explore the wonders of Rio's beaches.
Go Jaguar Spotting in the Pantanal
Treat the family to a special tour of the Pantanal, one of the world's most virgin forests in existence. Let a seasoned guide show you its remarkable flora and fauna; learn all about the beautiful and elusive Jaguar in the wild, and how the experts track them.
Visit the giant humpbacks of Praia do Forte
Take the kids whale-spotting in the waters off Praia do Forte near Bahia. Watch the great humpbacks swim in from Antartica to breed in the relatively warm waters of the Atlantic.
Visit the Lencois de Maranho, a desert like no other!
Take the kids swimming in a desert! The magnificent region of Lencois de Maranho fills up with perfect azure pools of fresh water in between massive dunes, right after the rains, providing countless mini-beaches to frolic upon, right in the middle of a desert!
A Boat ride under the Iguazu Falls
Travel to the Brazil/Argentina border to witness one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. The Iguazu Falls are larger and more voluminous than the Niagara. Go a step further and have a family adventure under the falls in a boat steered by an expert pilot!
Visit the Maldives of Brazil
Travel off the tourist track and take the family to Jericoacoara aka the Maldives of Brazil. Swim, lie in hammocks, go sailing, or learn wind and kitesurfing in the Lagoa Paraisos, which are actually fresh water lagoons of the deepest blue-green!
Family Adventure! Climb A Mighty Amazon Tree!
Climb a mighty Amazon tree in the thick of the rainforest. Not only an amazing adventure for the whole family, you also learn about the unique life and ecosystem of the upper canopy. Thrills and education all rolled into one.
Olinda: A City of Historic Culture
Olinda is a city in Brazil that is famous for its historic value. Littered with historic buildings all over, this city is a cultural paradise, perfect for visitors who would like to stroll around and discover places on their own.
A Mountain With a Sweet View
Sugarloaf Mountain gets its name because of its strong resemblance to a sugarloaf. Towering over the city of Rio, it offers visitors beautiful panoramic views of the city. The cable car ride that is taken to reach the top is another experience in itself.
Discover the Unique History of Salvador
A region that is extremely rich in historical monuments dating from the 17th to the 19th century, this city was the first colonial capital of Brazil. Now a UNESCO world cultural center, Peso has churches, cafes, restaurants, shops and pastel coloured buildings down every street.
Drive or hike through the Tijuca Forest with the family
Go on a tour of the Tijuca Forest with the whole family in a jeep, where you are exposed to the dense foliage and breathtaking wildlife of the rainforest. Drive along the meandering paths, and learn about the flora and fauna of the region from your experienced guide.
Visit the Magnificent Amazonian Opera House!
Teatro Amazonas, or the Amazon Theatre is an opera house located in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, Manaus. This iconic building of colonial architecture holds choir performances, musical concerts and other performances round the year.
Experience the Famed Carnaval
A festival held before lent every year, the Rio Carnaval is the biggest carnival in the world. 2 million people are out each day in the streets, dressed up in ornate breathtaking costumes, dancing to music, or just observing the elaborate floats.
A Wonder That Delivers Redemption
A Wonder of the World, the most famous statue of Jesus Crist, known as Christ the Redeemer, or Christo Redentor towers over the city of Rio on the mountain of Corcovado.