The largest country in South America occupies nearly 50% of the South American continent. Around 58% of Brazil is covered with forests, which include the largest rainforest in the world, located in the Amazon River basin.

Independent since 1822 from Portuguese ruling, you will find three basic racial sources for the Brazilian people. To the original inhabitants (Indians) were added successive waves of Europeans (mainly Portuguese) and Africans (mostly from the sub-Saharan west coast). In the 16th century, the area which is now Brazil was inhabited by several hundred Indigenous tribes who, while racially similar, spoke different languages and had different cultures. Today Brazil's native Indians number about 250,000. They are divided into roughly 200 groups and they speak some 180 different languages. The Indians live in vast areas (328,185 sq. miles [850,000 sq. km]), equal to ten percent of Brazil's total territory, which has been set aside from them by the Federal Government. In these areas, which total more than twice the size of the state of California, the Indians are free to preserve their life-style.

With over 5000 miles of coastline, the list of beaches well worth your visit is endless.

No less than 14 extraordinary ecotourism destinations represent the incredible diversity Brazil has to offer. The Amazon rainforest is the largest and covers an area equivalent to over half of the continental United States of America.

Discover the area of the Amazon and the Rio Negro, " the lungs of the planet", where you will learn medicinal secrets of the endangered and, in many cases, extinct indigenous tribes,  drink water from the insides of trees, watch monkeys swing through the canopy. An endless "Water-world", home to  piranhas, pink dolphins and the anaconda. The unknowns of this area are  a fact; new species of birds and fish are still found as of  today.


Brazil is also known for its festivities...
Each city in Brazil celebrates its own unique Carnival, and Rio's is known throughout the world, as the main place to celebrate it. In Rio de Janeiro will you encounter the incredible multi-sensory effects of the parade of samba schools. Combined, the extravagance of the floats, the colorful brilliance of the costumes, the magic of the music, the infectious laughter and the energy of the dancers makes for a complete integration of the arts..

Hotels & Resorts
 all inclusive*

 1. Breezes Brazil

15. Tropical Manaus

 2. Costa do Sauipe Marriott

16. Hotel Das Cataratas

 3. Pestana Bahia

17. Gran Melia Mofarrej

 4. Renaissance Costa Do Sauipe

18. Tryp Paulista

 5. Galapagos Inn Hotel

19. Sofitel Rio de Janeiro

 6. Pousada Vila d' Este

20. Atlantico Buzios

 7. Caesar Park Ipanema

21. Hotel Intercontinental Rio

 8. Copacabana Palace Hotel

22. Iberostar grand Amazon

 9. Excelsior Copacabana

23. Iberostar Bahia

10. JW Marriott Rio de Janeiro

24. Club Med Trancoso

11. Le Meridien Copacabana

25. Club Med Rio das Pedras

12. Sheraton Rio Hotel & Towers

26. Club Med Itaparica

13. Blue Tree Park  Angra d. Reis


14. Pestana Angra Beach Resort



Breezes Brazil              Super-Inclusive

The first and only Super-Inclusive resort in all of South America. Located on the North coast of the state of Bahia,  Brazil, Breezes Costa do Sauipe is only steps away from a beautiful beach on the Atlantic Ocean.



Costa do Sauipe Marriott

A complete vacation experience in an exotic locale awaits guests at the Costa do Sauipe Marriott Resort and Spa. This full-service hotel is located in the Costa do Sauipe self-contained resort community on the northeast coast of the Brazilian state of Bahia.




Pestana Bahia

Situated between green tropical hills and miles of beautiful beaches nearby the city of Salvador, within easy reach of the historic center.







Galapagos Inn Hotel

Located at the end of Buzios Peninsula affording a dazzling view of Joćo Fernandinho’s beach. With architecture designed to complement the beautiful surrounding nature, the hotel invites relaxation, providing privacy and comfort to its guests.




Renaissance Costa Do Sauipe

The Renaissance Costa do Sauipe Resort Hotel is situated amidst the beautiful natural landscapes of the Linha Verde, the new coastal highway connecting the Bahian capital city of Salvador and Luis Magalhaes



Pousada Vila d' Este

Located at the end of Buzios Peninsula affording a dazzling view of Joćo Fernandinho’s beach. With architecture designed to complement the beautiful surrounding nature, the hotel invites relaxation, providing privacy and comfort to its guests.



Caesar Park Ipanema

Located in front of the famous Ipanema Beach. The hotel is surrounded by exclusive boutiques and fine restaurants, while being situated in one of Rio's most exclusive districts.




Copacabana Palace Hotel

Superbly located facing the famous Copacabana beach, the Copacabana Palace Hotel is a true landmark, one of the grandest hotels in South America.



Excelsior Copacabana

Located in a residential and commercial area, close to the Copacabana beach. Excelsior Copacabana is an elegant building, its terrace facilitating a spectacular view of the beach, Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf.



JW Marriott Rio de Janeiro

Enjoy a wonderful view of the city from the top of Sugar Loaf. Let the sand of our famous beaches tickle your toes and feel a warm breeze touching your face.



Le Meridien Copacabana

The hotel sits on the coveted beachfront in Rio, towering 37 floors above the beach. Just minutes away from the central business district, cultural center and shopping areas



Sheraton Rio Hotel & Towers

The hotel has an enviable reputation in the city as the only resort and beachfront property with the largest leisure area and recreational facilities, offering the tropical ambiance one seeks when planning a trip to Rio.



Blue Tree Park  Angra dos Reis

A destination for leisure and conventions, the resort is nestled within totally exclusive surroundings, offering the region’s natural attractions with all daily conveniences and services.



Pestana Angra Beach Resort

Situated in the ecological paradise of Angra dos Reis occupying an area of 55.000m² between the Atlantic Forest and the sea.



Tropical Manaus

The Tropical Manaus Hotel is situated at the shore of the Rio Negro, in the heart of the Amazon, only 10km from the Manaus International Airport and 12km from downtown Manaus.



Hotel Das Cataratas

This superior first-class hotel and resort is the only one located inside a Brazilian national park. Here you will find absolute respect for fauna and flora and face the astonishing spectacle of Iguassu Falls.



Gran Melia Mofarrej

Located in the center of Sao Paulo, overlooking the tranquil greens of Trianon Park and surrounded by exciting museums and theaters.



Tryp Paulista

located in the area of Paulista Avenue, one of the most attractive business centers of Sao Paulo, opened its doors. Also offers a wide range of leisure and entertainment options such as sophisticated restaurants and stores, museums, movies, etc.



Sofitel Rio de Janeiro

Located in front of the famous Copacabana and close to Ipanema beaches, the hotel is considered as the most prestigious in Rio.



Atlantico Buzios

Located in one of the world's greatest beach paradises. The hotel is close to the famous "Rua Das Pedras", the various beaches and other area attractions - most within easy walking distance.



Hotel Intercontinental Rio

 A vibrant metropolis, famous for its beautiful beaches, Rio de Janeiro is also one of South America's most important commercial centers.



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