Rio Balaio, Brazil
Balaio, a little-known treasure!
In the state of Para, discover Balaio. This visit to the heart of the Amazon rainforest will be the ideal moment for exploring thewild natural environment. With a bit of luck, you may get a glimpse of monkeys through the dense foliage, such as howler monkeys or squirrel monkeys. The area is also home to many species of birds including parrots, kingfishers and birds of prey.
Curua Una River, Amazon
Curua Una River is a tributary of the Amazon river in Brazil. A riverboat journey on the Curua-Una tributary brings you to the Vitoria-Regia lake, habitat of unique giant water-lilics, and offers a chance to fish for piranha. Visit picturesque Pacoval village, founded by runaway slaves, where you can gain a fascinating insight into the lives of the villagers, whose activities include the raising of buffalo.Explore this tributary of the Amazon to discover how the local people (called Caboclos) live. See flooded forests, pastures with water buffalos and a wide variety of homes from simple thatched huts to brick houses with gardens.
The Amazon River in South America is the second longest river in the world and by far the largest by waterflow with an average discharge greater than the next seven largest rivers combined (not including Madeira and Rio Negro, which are tributaries of the Amazon). The Amazon, which has the largest drainage basin in the world, about 7,050,000 square kilometres (2,720,000 sq mi), accounts for approximately one-fifth of the world's total river flow.
The width of the Amazon varies between 1.6 and 10 kilometres (1.0 and 6.2 mi) at low stage, but expands during the wet season to 48 kilometres (30 mi) or more. The river enters the Atlantic Ocean in a broad estuary about 240 kilometres (150 mi) wide. The mouth of the main stem is 80 kilometres (50 mi). Because of its vast dimensions, it is sometimes called The River Sea. The first bridge in the Amazon river system (over the Rio Negro) opened on 10 October 2010. It is in the immediate vicinity of the city of Manaus.
It is an exotic destination which apart from the beautiful nature,it is also offered for modern activities.
Belém is a Brazilian city, the capital and largest city of state of Pará.Belém is also known as the Metropolis of the Brazilian Amazon region or the city of mango trees due to the vast number of those trees found in the city.Native species, orchidary, lakes, caverns and waterfalls create an astonoshing surrounding.Belém is, in a way, a synthesis of the culture and the history of Pará and the Amazon with native indian influence in the food and culture.It is a lively and friendly city that it can look appealing at first sight.It is a must for nature lovers.
Porto Seguro, Brazil
In this city,you will discover a place so wonderfully unique that you will remember it for the rest of your life!
Porto Seguro is a city located in Bahia state in Brazil.The city offers one of the most famous Carnival parties in Bahia.In this place tourists can visit the historical downtown area as well as go to the Sea Park and view a wide range of coral reefs, fish and many sea species.You can enjoy the sun in the beautiful sandy beaches.Porto Seguro is as vibrant as any other place in Brazil.While in the city there are numerous activities for you, if you are into scuba diving there are operators there, they´ll take you to dive in Abrolhos which is one of the most famous diving spot in Brazil.
Breves Narrows Cruise, Brazil
Watch carefully for the wildlife on the shores and you will be amazed at what you see, especially as the inland forests of the Amazon are home to many wild creatures and plants that are yet to be named and classified.
A few hours up the Amazon River from Belem, Brazil, one enters the Breves Narrows, the region of the Thousand Islands. The passage through this maze of islets is an amazing adventure into the heart of the jungle, as it provides the unique opportunity of obtaining a close-up view of the rich equatorial vegetation and glimpses of the people who inhabit the area. The ship winds through 144km of lanes of yellow flood, bordered on both sides with equatorial forest. In the Furo Grande, the ship rounds a hairpin bend where the bow and stern almost touch the trees.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina is known for its architecture, nightlife and cultural events
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is the largest city and port in the country and one of the most prosperous cities in Latin America. It is considered to be the "Paris of South America" with a sense more European than South American. Buenos is known for its architecture, nightlife and cultural events. It has many attractions, such as the Evita Museum in Plaza de Mayo Square, the famous Colon theater, the modern district Recoleta with elegant shops and restaurants and the spectacular Iguassu Falls.
Do not forget to taste the local cuisine in the numerous restaurants that there are here!
Fortaleza is the state capital of Ceará and it is one of the largest cities in Brazil.Fortaleza is a major tourist destination for the domestic Brazilian market.This city has a very vibrant nightlife full of music and dancing.Also,scuba diving is possible it the pure blue waters.Visiting the Beach Park which is the largest aquatic park of South America is highly recommended. The city is perhaps the most popular domestic package tour destination.Water sports such as surfing is a great challenge.Fontaleza is a paradise where you can relax and enjoy yourselves.
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the southern hemisphere and is known for its natural settings, carnival celebrations, beaches such as Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. Some of the most famous landmarks in addition to the beaches include the giant statue of Christ on the top of Corcovado mountain, named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
Ilha de Anchieta, Brazil
The Ilha Anchieta State Park covers the Ilha Anchieta, an offshore island in the Atlantic Ocean in the municipality of Ubatuba, São Paulo.The park is home to many species of terrestrial and oceanic species including endangered species, and conservational approaches have been made.
Ilheus is definetely an exotic paradise and those who visit it are for sure very lucky!
Ilhéus is a major city located in the southern coastal region of Bahia,in Brazil.Ιt is a popular tourist destination as a result of its beaches and cultural heritage.This means that there are many buildings, history and culinary distinctions, which bring to the city many Brazilian and foreign tourists.The city has to show many of its culture due to its historical sites.Coconut trees make a wonderful scenery around the beaches with the clear sand and the calm waters. It is a good place for swimming, walking, surfing, and fishing.We certainly have to mention that this charming harbor town has been made famous by the well-known author Jorge Amado.
Manaus is a city of Brazil and the capital of the state of Amazonas. It is the eighth largest city of Brazil and the most important economic center of the Amazon forest. Ιs a large industrial town and tourist center, which is the seventh largest country's GDP.
Natal is the capital and largest city of Rio Grande do Norte, a northeastern state in Brazil. Is considered by Institute of Applied Economic Research of Brazil, the safest capital city in the country. Natal has several tourist attractions and is famous for its natural beauty (such as the crystalline waters of Maracajaú and the largest cashew tree in the world), for its historical monuments and buildings (such as the Forte dos Reis Magos, the Alberto Maranhão Theatre and Newton Navarro bridge), for its beaches (such as Ponta Negra, Pipa and Genipabu) and also for its off-season carnival, the Carnatal. The city also boasts the second largest urban park in Brazil, the Parque das Dunas.
Parati was founded as a Portuguese colony in the middle of 17th century. The town is located on the Bay of Ilha Grande, on the southwestern tip of the state of Rio de Janeiro. Besides the beautiful landscape, as Parati is surrounded by tropical forests, waterfalls, mountains with lush vegetation, protected natural parks and wonderful beaches, it has also a rich culture, with historic buildings intact through the years, Baroque churches and the Historic Center District, with its cobblestone-paved streets.
Porto Bello, Brazil
Porto Belo is located south of Rio de Janeiro, on the Atlantic Ocean. It's a small town, an ideal holiday destination as it offers all the opportunities for relaxation and entertainment. Sunny, warm weather, fabulous beaches with emerald waters and vivid nightlife.
Punta Del Este, Uruguay
A port brimming with elegant yachts, towering skyscrapers, luxury mansions and splendid casinos, Punta del Este is known as the San Tropez of Latin America. Excellent food, amazing views and 32 kms of a wonderful coastline complete the picture of this fascinating destination.
Paranaguá port, southeastern Paraná estado (state), southern Brazil, on Paranaguá Bay. The city lies at the foot of the coastal Serra do Mar, 18 miles from the open Atlantic Ocean. It was founded in 1585 by Portuguese explorers. Surviving colonial landmarks include the fort of Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres (1767), the Baroque Museum of Archaeology and Popular Art (formerly the Colegio dos Jesuitas), the São Benedictus church, and a 17th-century fountain. By the mid-20th century Paranaguá had become Brazil’s largest soy- and coffee-exporting port as well as the chief port (hides, paper, maté [tea], feijão [beans], cotton, plywood, bananas, and sugar) of Paraná state. An oil terminal was built there in the late 1970s. Paranaguá is linked to Curitiba, the state capital (65 miles [105 km] inland), by rail and highway and serves as a free port for Paraguay.
Rio Grande Do Sul
Rio Grande do Sul is the southernmost state in Brazil. It is the chief winemaker in Brazil. It is famous for its geografical diversity, as in the north beautiful, low mountains stretch across the state and in the west, grassy plains make the scenery majestic. In the east side of the state, you will be able to admire the atrractive coasts and the tropical rainforests that host an incredible flora and fauna. It is the starting point of visiting many charming cities, near Rio Grande, which have numerous parks, restaurants and an interesting nightlife.