Iguaçu Falls

– world-famous waterfalls



municipality of Brazil


Ilha do Marajó

Ilha do Marajó is an island at the mouth of the Amazon river, just off Belém in Pará. Apparently the world´s largest fresh water island, it has a distinct birdlife and also huge water buffalo farms.



capital city of Brazil and seat of the Federal District


Lençóis Maranhenses

National park in northeastern Brazil, known for its rolling dunes and fresh water lagoons



city in Northeastern Brazil, state capital of Ceará


Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park

Chapada dos Veadeiros is a natural area in the state of Goias, Brazil. It is also the name of a National Park within that area, listed as a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO for being an outstanding preservation area of the Cerrado – one of the world's oldest and most diverse tropical ecosystems.


Porto Alegre

capital and largest city in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul



Brasília, the capital of Brazil and the seat of government of the Distrito Federal, is a planned city. Inaugurated in 1960 in the Central Highlands of Brazil, it is a masterpiece of modernist architecture listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and attracts architecture aficionados worldwide. Brasilia is also an important transportation hub for travel within Brazil.


Rio de Janeiro

city of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Alto Paraíso de Goiás

Alto Paraíso de Goiás, often shortened to Alto Paraiso, is a city in the Brazilian state of Goias. It is the main gateway to the Chapada dos Veadeiros region.


São Paulo

city in São Paulo federated state, Brazil



Cavalcante is a city in Goiás, Brazil.


Chapada Diamantina National Park

Chapada Diamantina National Park is in the center of the state of Bahia in Brazil.



Belém, located near the mouth of the Amazon River in northern Brazil, is the capital and largest city of the state of Pará.


Ilha Grande




city in Amazonas federated state, Brazil


São Luís

São Luís is the capital of the Brazilian state of Maranhão. It's known for its colonial Historical Center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is a common stopover for visiting the stunning Lençóis Maranhenses.


Santarém (Brazil)

municipality of Brazil


Ilha do Mosqueiro

Ilha do Mosqueiro is an island with a string of beaches just outside Belém. Its main settlement is called Mosqueiro, but often only referred to as Vila.



Natal, the capital of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, is a city on the Atlantic coast. Natal has some great beaches, historical sites, and nature areas, and it is a frequently used base for exploring the paradisiac beaches and nature of the Rio Grande do Norte state.



capital and largest city of the state of Pernambuco, Brazil



city in Santa Catarina, Brazil


Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago in Brazil and a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site. Its pristine beaches, landscapes and wildlife attract tourists worldwide.


Amazonas (Brazil)

– jungle tours, wildlife, floated wood, the mysteries of the Amazon



city in the state of Bahia, Brazil



federated state of Brazil


Minas Gerais

federated state of Brazil



federated state of Brazil


Mato Grosso

federated state of Brazil


Mato Grosso do Sul

federated state of Brazil


Rio Grande do Norte

federated state of Brazil


Belo Horizonte

capital city of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil


University of São Paulo

public state university in Brazil



city in Santa Catarina, Brazil



municipality in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



capital city of the state of Goiás, Brazil


João Pessoa, Paraíba

municipality of Paraiba, state capital



municipality in Brazil



city in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



municipality in the state of Paraná, Brazil



second largest city in the Brazilian state of São Paulo and a suburb of São Paulo city itself


Amazon River

longest river in South America


Ouro Preto

Brazilian municipality


Museu do Ipiranga

history museum of São Paulo state, Brazil


Sete Lagoas

municipality of Brazil



Brazilian city, located on the southeast coast, in the state of São Paulo


Itaipu Dam

The Itaipú dam operator also provides a number of tourist attractions and tours, including the Tati Yupi Biological Reserve, some of which require registration. And you will mostly always need some form of identification, so bring your passport. And for registrations require ahead of the tour, they will need names, ages and number of people.The most convenient option is the simple Panoramic tour of the dam. However, it is worth booking a scheduled tour ahead, for a more interesting and different experience. You can still always do the regular tour.



municipality of Brazil



Municipality of Brazil


Balneário Camboriú

beach resort in the Brazilian southern state of Santa Catarina


Iguazu Falls

waterfalls in Brazil and Argentina


Theatro Municipal (São Paulo)

Theatre in São Paulo, Brazil


Afro-Brazilian Museum

A museum that documents the slave trade and subsequent development of the city.


Arena Corinthians

football stadium in São Paulo, Brazil


Paraguay River




– the world's largest wetland hosts lots of eco-tourism and vast biodiversity, including caiman, jaguar, anaconda, giant anteater, primates, giant otter, and piranha


Hercilio Luz Bridge

The postcard symbol of the city, inaugurated in 1926 linking the island to the mainland.


Allianz Parque

football stadium in Brazil



football stadium in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil


Amazon Theatre

The Opera House was built during the heyday of rubber trade, using materials from all over the world, and was once visited by all the most famous opera divas and maestros. Regular guided tours in English, R$ 20. There are frequent free performances, often advertised on the SEC Facebook Channel; be sure to arrive at least an hour in advance to secure a seat.


Novo Airão

municipality of Brazil



municipality in Bahia


National Institute of Amazonian Research

research institute



neighborhood in municipality of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil


Santa Catarina Island



Historic Center (Salvador)

World Heritage Site in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil


Theatro da Paz

theatre in Belém, Brazil


Iténez River


Sala São Paulo





São Paulo Zoo

zoo in Brazil


Campeche, Florianópolis


Porto de Galinhas




Kahal Zur Israel Synagogue


Morro de São Paulo

human settlement in Brazil


Atlantic Forest

biome in Brazil


Barra da Lagoa


Parque do Carmo

district of São Paulo city


Palácio Rio Negro (Manaus)

Built by a German rich-man in the "golden age", the palace eventually became property of the government, which transformed it in a cultural center. Visits are free, being escorted by a staff-member is compulsory.


Cachoeira da Fumaça


Mole Beach


Caracol Falls


Lagoa da Conceição

district in Santa Catarina, Brazil




Vila Olímpia

neighborhood of the City of São Paulo, Brazil


Our Lady of Exile and St. Catherine of Alexandria Cathedral, Florianópolis

One of the most beautiful buildings in the city, at Praça XV de Novembro.


Praia dos Ingleses


Orinduik Falls


Mozambique Beach


Praia Brava


Praia de Naufragados


Poço Encantado


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Brazil (Portuguese: Brasil) is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest in the world. Brazil is an incredibly diverse country, in people, culture, and landscapes—from the famous summer carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Olinda, and Recife to the wild power of nature in the Amazon and Iguaçu Falls. You'll find bustling cities, laid-back beaches, and traditional lifestyles, often right next to each other. Brazilian culture, which varies substantially across the country, comes from an international mix of European colonizers, African and Asian communities (notably in Salvador and São Paulo, respectively), and indigenous influence throughout the country.

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Argentina, officially the Argentine Republic (Spanish: República Argentina) is a large country in the southern part of South America, bordering Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay to the north, Uruguay to the north-east and Chile to the west. It offers a great diversity of climates and landscapes from jungles in the north, great grass plains in the centre and frozen mountains in the south.



Bolivia is a beautiful, geographically rich in diversity, and multiethnic country in the heart of South America. It is surrounded by Brazil to the northeast, Peru to the northwest, Paraguay to the southeast, Argentina and Chile to the south. It shares with Peru control of Lake Titicaca (Lago Titicaca), the world's highest navigable lake (elevation 3,821 m).



The country of Guyana is in north-eastern South America. It has an Atlantic Ocean coastline in the northeast, and lies between Suriname to the east and Venezuela to the west, with Brazil to the south.



Paraguay is a landlocked country situated in central South America, surrounded by Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil. A country of big rivers, green landscapes, folklore and a rich indigenous culture, it's relatively small compared to its neighbours, with an area of 406,752 km2 – about the same size as Germany. Paraguay is lacking in world-famous attractions, and tourist-oriented establishments are few and far between. But those visitors who do come will be rewarded with an experience of the real South America: colonial history, ruins of missions, vast wilderness, and a strong mix of European and indigenous cultures.



Peru (Spanish: Perú) is without a doubt one of the most captivating countries in South America. Home of the epic lost Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and the mind-blowing Nazca Lines, this country's unique past awakens the adventurer in travellers of all sorts. Its awe-inspiring scenery varies from the wild Amazon jungles to vast coastal deserts and the icy peaks of the Andes. Peru hosts a biodiversity rarely seen within the limits of a single country, with a list of spectacular wildlife far beyond the well-known llamas and circling condors. On top of all that, Peru's friendly, multi-ethnic people are a cultural treasure on their own. The enchanting mix of dozens of distinct indigenous groups and mestizos, all with their own colourful traditions and food delicacies, is an encounter you won't easily forget.



Suriname (pronounced "surinam") is a small republic on the northeast coast of South America. It prides itself on its thoroughly multi-ethnic culture, a colourful blend of indigenous Indian traditions and those of its former Dutch colonisers and the African, Javanese and Hindustan workers they once brought with them. It's a country with a fabulous and largely untouched Amazon inland, slowly discovering its chances as an ecotourism destination. International visitors are steadily following Dutch travellers who have long been drawn to this friendly, tropical country to explore its spectacular nature, captivating cultural heritage and meet its ever smiling people.



Uruguay is the second-smallest country in South America (after Suriname), bordered by Argentina to the west, Brazil to the northeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. The country is known for its colonial-era historic districts in Colonia and Montevideo, popular beaches on the Atlantic Coast, and beef production—a former meat processing plant in Fray Bentos is a world heritage site. Calmer and safer than its neighbors, Uruguay is a friendly, easygoing destination.



Venezuela is a country in South America. Having a shoreline along the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, Venezuela borders Colombia to the west, Guyana to the east and Brazil to the south, and is situated on the major sea and air routes linking North and South America. Off the Venezuelan coast are the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and Trinidad and Tobago.



Colombia occupies the northwest corner of South America. It has an area twice that of France and almost twice Texas, with long coasts on the Caribbean and the Pacific oceans, mountainous regions, and Amazon jungle areas inland. The ethnic groups and cultures are diverse. The country has something to offer almost any traveller.



France, officially the French Republic (French: République française), is a country with which almost every traveller has a relationship. Many dream of its joie de vivre shown by the countless cafés, picturesque villages and world-famous gastronomy. Some come to follow the trail of France's great philosophers, writers and artists, or to immerse in the beautiful language it gave the world. And others still are drawn to the country's geographical diversity, with its long coastlines, massive mountain ranges and breathtaking farmland vistas.