Brazil - At a Glance

A land of plenty, from the abundance of incredible coastline and rainforest to the huge cities and populous beaches. The country has some of the most iconic sights in the world, from rhythmic Rio to the deepest Amazon jungle. You can make your trip meaningful by building a house in Rio for a needy family who cannot afford a decent place to live. If you have business or accounting skills, you can use these to help micro-loan recipients better provide for their families. You will gain insights into the lives of Brazilian people, hearing their stories, and sharing laughs…and tears.

 

Ways you can help

Highlights

    • Changing lives by building a home in Rio for a needy family
    • Spectacular Rio with your private guide
    • Vibrant Salvador and the Pelourinho
    • Cruise through the Amazon
    • Spot jaguar, puma, tapir, macaw and giant otter in the Pantanal
    •  Relax on the gorgeous beaches of Buzios, Jeri, Floripa or Paraty
    • Explore the dunes in Lencois Maranhenses
    • Dive in the reefs around Fernando do Noronha
    • Enjoy fine architecture in Ouro Preto
    • Marvel at the Iguazu Falls

Sample Pricing

The price for a 10 day trip to Brazil costs from $5,490 (£4,437, €5,206) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.

Eco-luxury Hotels

Useful Information

Flight Time from
UK
10.5 hours
Flight Time from
New York
13 hours
Flight Time from
San Francisco
15 hours
Time Zone
GMT -2 hours
When to Visit
  • jan
  • feb
  • mar
  • apr
  • may
  • jun
  • jul
  • aug
  • sep
  • oct
  • nov
  • dec

Did you know

  • Brazil is the country with the most uncontacted peoples in the world – isolated peoples who live, whether by choice or circumstance, without significant contact with globalized civilization; the National Indian Foundation estimated that Brazil has 67 different uncontacted tribes back in 2007.
  • Caipirinha is the national drink, made with cachaça (sugar cane rum), sugar and lime.
  • Brazil borders every country in all of South America, except for Chile and Ecuador.
  • Brazil is one of the world’s 17 megadiverse countries – a country that harbors the majority of Earth’s species and is considered extremely biodiverse.
  • Brazil covers 47% of the South American continent.
  • Brazil was given to Portugal from Spain as part of the Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494. Pedro Álvares Cabral was the first person to officially claim Brazil for Portugal.
  • Brazil produces a quarter of the world’s coffee.
  • The Estádio do Maracanã (Maracanã Stadium) in Rio de Janeiro had the world’s largest attendance in an enclosed stadium, at the final game of the 1950 FIFA World Cup – 199,854, though the stadium is only supposed to accommodate 78,838 spectators.
  • Carnival is the most famous holiday in Brazil, and takes place 46 days before Easter. 80% of the annual consumption of beer and 70% of the annual foreign visitors come during this time.
  • Rio de Janeiro was once the capital of the Portuguese monarchy, making it the only European capital outside of Europe; for 6 years, from 1815 to 1821, Rio was the capital of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves.
  • Brazil has the second highest number of airports in the world, with over 8,000, behind the United States, which has over 15,000.

Testimonial

"When I talk to friends (and strangers) about my wonderful experience, everyone asks me how I arranged such a trip. I have probably told over 100 people to check out your website- so I hope that you will soon have more customers than you can handle. Keep up the good work !!”

Jennifer and Mark, travelled to Brazil from England

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