The Amazon River Basin is home to the largest rainforest in the world, in total, it covers around 4,000 miles of land. The Amazon is popular among a niche group of tourists, those who wish to explore more of Brazil and accept a bit more of a challenge when it comes to travelling.
Brazilian Atlantic Islands
The Islands, located in the Atlantic Sea are UNESCO World Heritage Sites renowned for their indescribable beauty. They are also well known as being home to many marine animals and seabirds who only add to the picturesque lagoons and tidal pools.
Copacabana Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world. Its known for is lively atmosphere and the beach bars littered all the way up its 2.2 mile stretch. Perfect for the tourists looking to soak up the sun.
The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is considered to be the world’s largest carnival with around 2 million people lining the streets to see it. It is a very famous carnival that takes place 40 days before Easter, at the beginning of Lent, and lasts a few days.
Christ the Redeemer
For some the statue is the ultimate religious symbol. It was known all around the world and proves very popular as a tourist attraction hosting around two million guests per year.