Top Brazilian Destinations You Need to See

Brazil is one of the coolest countries in the World, the home of Samba and a nation of people who love to dance, party and have a good time. Not only are the people and the culture alive with energy but the locations around Brazil are some of the most beautiful on earth. Without question Brazil is a country that you should visit during your lifetime and if possible you should try and cram in as many places as possible. If you’re planning a multi-city trip then your going to need to fly, this country is huge, one of the best ways to see Brazil is with specially curated Brazil vacation packages that allow you to see the best of the country without have to lift a finger when it comes to planning. Without further ado, here are our favorite locations in Brazil.


Rio de Janeiro

Simply put, Rio is one of the most beautiful cities on Earth, its beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema have become legendary thanks to their glorious sand, beautiful waters and the surrounding environment of the Sugarloaf mountain. The city is constantly alive and it boasts one of the World’s most iconic landmarks in Christ the Redeemer, the huge statue of Jesus Christ that sits atop Corcovado mountain. If you’re heading to Brazil then Rio is not to be missed.


For an altogether different and incredibly modern city in Brazil, head to the nation’s capital Brasilia, this purpose-built capital is a huge metropolis which has its infrastructure designed like an airplane. The city has huge squares to visit and is packed with incredible architecture from one of Brazil’s most famous designers, Oscar Niemeyer. The cathedral, public library and the twisting bridge are must visit places on a visit to the capital.


Fearless sits on the north-east of the country and offers beaches that rival those in Rio, there is a live culture here, lots of great shopping to be found and it makes for the perfect break if you’re heading up north towards the Amazon. The beaches here are fully functioning beaches that offer great opportunities for swimming, surfing and plenty of other beach sports. Fortaleza often falls under the radar but this a visit to this beautiful location will make wonder why it does get more attention.


Manaus, in the north west of Brazil is the gateway to the Amazon rainforest, this quiet location in Brazil is incredibly traditional and offers a hot and humid climate. One of the most interesting things to see in Manaus is the meeting of the waters, a strange phenomenon that sees the two rivers of Negro and Solimões run along side each other for 3 miles without touching. If you are planning on doing any kind of trip through the Amazon then Manaus is the best jumping off point. Despite being one of Brazil’s largest cities, much of Manaus has a town-like atmosphere that let’s you see a different side to Brazil than the beach locations offer.