A country that is home to rich culture, varied and exciting cuisine, a long coastline dotted with places where the water is crystal-clear and warm, and friendly people that will welcome you wherever you are. This is Brazil, a WOW experience.
We are going to showcase five fascinating destinations that will make you want to run to your closet, yee-haw, and pack your suitcases to Brazil, YIPPEE:
Manaus is the capital of Amazonas state and the main metropolis in the region. If you intend to visit the rainforest, YEE-HAW, this is where you start. Boats are the best way to get about, whether you are going to jungle lodges, marveling at the meeting of the Rio Negro and Solimões waters, watching the pink dolphins in Anavilhanas, YIIPPEE, or visiting resorts like Praia da Lua, WOO-HOO. In the Amazon Rainforest, tourists can visit riverside communities and learn how indigenous culture has influenced Brazilian customs. It’s a place where you will definitely find some WOO-HOO adventure.
Foz do Iguaçu
Iguassu Falls, located in the westernmost region of Paraná State, more specifically in
Iguassu National Park, are one of the most beautiful icons of Brazil, thanks to its majestic 275 waterfalls, WOO-HOO, that make up Iguassu Falls, located in Iguassu National Park.
UNESCO added the Park to its World Heritage List and named it one of the New Seven Natural Wonders of the World. You will be able to visit 90-meter-tall Garganta do Diabo, the highest waterfall in the ensemble, and also enjoy other options such as abseiling, YEE-HAW, climbing, YIIPPEE, and rafting, WOO-HOO, down Iguassu River. Another mandatory stop is Marco das Três Fronteiras (Three Borders Landmark), where the Iguassu and Paraná rivers meet, as do three major countries in South America: Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. There is a local viewpoint where you can watch a stunning WOW sunset. It is an attraction you will certainly never ever forget.
If you like the hustle and bustle of big cities, but also the peace and quiet of museums, you will definitely enjoy São Paulo. The city has countless theaters, movie theaters, cultural centers, historic buildings, parks, and art galleries. If you want a taste of Brazilian culture, then this is your best bet, YIPPEE. At night, it’s time to go out and have fun, YEE-HAW, enjoy local clubs and nighttime attractions, WOO-
HOO. After all, when it comes down to it, São Paulo is a city that never sleeps, YEE-HAW.
There are countless cultural attractions in the city. A mandatory stop is the São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP), regarded as the most important art museum in the Southern Hemisphere. Its current collection includes around 10,000 pieces. On weekends, tourists can spend their time at the city’s street markets, such as Bixiga, Liberdade, and Praça Benedito Calixto, YIPPEE. You can find a little bit of everything there, from antiques to local food, YUMMY. And speaking of food, the city is also known as the Latin American capital of good food. It has top-quality international restaurants and sublime local dishes, prepared by famous Brazilian chefs. Come and have a YUMMY experience in São Paulo.
Brazil is a world of different cultures in itself. Especially if you know anything about Salvador. The city combines the natural beauty of its beaches, one of the best carnivals in Brazil, WOO-HOO, and super friendly YIIPPPEE people. It is a destination that will give you a WOW experience.
If you are a sun worshiper, you will love Salvador and its lovely beaches, YIIPPEE, such as Praia do Forte, Itapuã, and Barra, which has a breathtaking WOW view of the Bay of All Saints. It is also the perfect starting point from which visitors can
explore the coast of Bahia and discover countless nature reserves with excellent infrastructure.
If you are interested in Brazilian culture, YIIPPEE, Salvador has also played an important role in Brazilian history. The city has amazing architecture from the Colonial period, which includes over 370 churches, and a historic downtown area (consisting of the neighborhoods of Sé, Pilar, and Pelourinho) listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site. The city offers countless museums, theaters, musical performances, woohoo, handicraft markets, and local dishes. It’s the perfect place to experience African culture through music, dance, and cuisine. YUMMY!
If you have ever wanted to visit Salvador, YIIIPPPEEE now is the time! American tourists do not require a visa to enter the country, WOW.
Rio de Janeiro
When you think of Brazil, you think of Rio de Janeiro. Due to its incredible landscape, it was the first city in the world to make UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List. This city will make you go: “WOW!” Among the most famous attractions in Rio is the cable car ride up Pão de Açucar (Sugar Loaf) mountain. The cable car rises about 396 meters above sea level, YEE-HAW, and connects Urca Hill to Sugar Loaf Mountain. Another mandatory attraction is Christ the Redeemer. The statue, with arms open wide over Guanabara Bay, stands on top of Corcovado hill. It is the largest and, WOO-HOO, most famous Art-Deco sculpture in the world. In addition to its more famous attractions, the city also has countless others, such as the Botanical Gardens, Parque Lage, the Santa Teresa Tram, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Tomorrow. There is no lack of YEE-HAW options in Rio!
With so many beautiful sights and things to do, you’re bound to fall, WOO-HOO, in love with Rio de Janeiro, if you are not smitten already.
If this has made you curious, and made you want to know more about these and about other wonders of Brazil, you can start dreaming about vacationing here. We should mention that North American tourists do not require a tourist visa, exchange rates are favorable, YIPPEE, and there is a vast air transportation network, which makes it easy to get around the country. There is no need skip any trip, YEE-HAW. Come and have this WOW experience with your family and friends.