Brazil

Day Trips from Bonito, Brazil & Rio da Prata & Other Eco Tourism Activities

Bonito is a must-see tourist destination if you are visiting Brazil, especially if you enjoy the great outdoors! Admittedly it’s a tad off the beaten track but is worth it to spend some time in the ecotourism capital of Brazil. It’s also not too far from South Pantanal so is easily combined with some wetlands wildlife spotting! Keep your eyes peeled for my new post coming soon about The Pantanal!... Read More...

Visiting Iguazu Falls – Facts & Advice for the Brazil & Argentina Side.

Foz de Igaucu Falls is the largest waterfall system in the WORLD and borders both Argentina and Brazil. Igaucu translates to “Big Water” and it’s no surprise why as it spans 2.7 Km and currently  stands at 6th place in the world for the greatest annual flow rate with an average of 1746m3/second! Eleanor Roosevelt famously visited and uttered ‘poor Niagra’ which at 165m is a 1/3 shorter.... Read More...

Interview with a Local: Rio de Janeiro

In Rio de Janeiro, most people have to see Christ the Redeemer, visit either Ipanema or Copacabana beach and go up Pão Açucar (Sugarloaf). But there is so much more to do in Rio de Janeiro. I love the neighbourhood of Santa Teresa. It has a bohemian type of vibe with delicious local food. Or on Monday you can go to Pedro do Sal, which is the birthplace of Samba.... Read More...

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