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Visit Brazil: glamping holidays

Welcome to Brazil! Even just saying the name, we can already hear the sounds of samba and smell the pão de queijo. Brazil offers a whirlwind of experiences, captivating visitors from the moment they arrive. This South American holiday destination has an other-worldy beauty, from the verdant rainforests of the Amazon to the white-sand beaches of Pernambuco, Brazil is home to landscapes you can’t find anywhere else on the planet; not to mention Brazil’s biodiversity. Brazil’s diverse ecosystem boasts the greatest selection of plant and animal specials found anywhere else on earth; scarlet macaws, howler monkeys, even pink dolphins call Brazil home. Visit Brazil and you’ll find a country full of life and adventure. From horseback riding and wildlife watching in the Pantanal, kayaking in the Amazon, roaring waterfalls to stretches of white sand beaches, you really can’t go wrong on a trip to Brazil. Tourism and travel to Brazil is largely focused on the many outdoor Brazil attractions. Sure, there are some great things to do in Rio de Janeiro, but with places to visit in Brazil like Igaçu Falls, Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Mount Roraima, and the world-famous Amazon, outdoor vacations seem the natural way to travel. Brazil is one of our favorite places to visit in South America, so if you’re on the hunt for your next holiday destination make sure to check it out! You’ll find some of the best places in Brazil near our glamping accommodation. Brazil holidays are perfect for all types of trips; plan your honeymoon in South America here, book your winter sun holidays, family vacations, and so much more when you go glamping in Brazil. Glamping Hub is here to help you plan the best South America holidays in Brazil.

Brazil holidays in the Amazon & national parks

The Amazon is the world’s largest tropical rainforest and covers over 5.5 million square kilometers (2.1 millions square miles)! Most of the Amazon is in Brazil, but it also extends across Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. The Amazon River runs through the north of the rainforest, with a network of hundreds of waterways which the nearly 500 indigenous tribes of the rainforest use for transportation. Holidays in the Amazon highlight just how rich the biodiversity is in Brazil; here you can hope to catch a glimpse of jaguars, poison dart frogs, piranhas, electric eels and many other animals that call the Amazon rainforest home; around 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, 3,000 types of fish, 430 mammals, and 2.5 million different insect species have been identified in the Amazon and that number grows regularly! Find Manaus accommodation for easy access to the Amazon. The waters of the area are the easiest way to navigate the landscape. Boat trips from Manaus can take you to Encontro das Aguas, where the dark Rio Negro waters meet the light muddy water of the Rio Solimões; other boat tours can take you into the heart of the rainforest, around the Anavilhanas Islands, or through the Janauari Ecological Park. If you’re looking for one of the most unique places to go glamping, Brazil and the Amazon are a great place to start! Of course, Brazil vacations are not limited to the rainforest. Outdoor Brazil tourist attractions are numerous, from Mount Roraima to Iguaçu Falls, several national parks to the many beaches in Rio.

If you thought Niagara Falls was an impressive sight, wait until you see the Foz de Iguaçu, or Iguaçu Falls. One of the most popular places to visit when on vacation in Brazil, Iguaçu Falls are found in the south of the country, where Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina meet. The Iguaçu Falls are made up of 247 waterfalls, some of which are more than 100 meters (328 feet) high and span such a great length that you’ll never be able to see all of them at one from any one point. The falls are part of the UNESCO-protected Iguaçu National Park and are best viewed from the many catwalks and bridges built through the park. Another beautiful waterfall, Cachoeira da Fumaça, can be found in Chapada Diamantina National Park. Cachoeira da Fumaça is one of Brazil’s largest waterfalls; here the water lacks the volume to reach the bottom and turns into a cloud of mist. This isn’t even the most striking feature of the park! There are also two underground cavities here, Poço Encantado and Poço Azul, which are two pools filled with crystal-clear water. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, while not home to any waterfalls, comprises an endless stretch of sand dunes on the north coast of the country. Here you’ll find rolling white sand dunes for as far as the eye can see, spotted with deep blue pools of fresh water during the rainy season. In Brazil’s national parks you’ll find landscapes that are truly out of this world, so book your tours and make sure to visit a few when planning your vacation to Brazil. Lastly, while not a national park, Mount Roraima is another must-see when in Brazil. Now this landmark may be recognized by many as the mountain from the movie ‘Up,’ Mount Roraima is an imposing, elevated rock formation on the border of Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana. Located in the far north of Brazil, this location is remote and hard to get to, making the arrival here that much more rewarding. Sounds pretty amazing, right? So what are you waiting for to book your vacations? Brazil vacation rentals can be found all across the country, so if the national parks aren’t for you, why not head to the coast?

Best beaches in Brazil

Perhaps the rainforest or mountains aren’t quite what you had in mind when we said holidays to Brazil. Accommodation can be found all across Brazil, so never fear. If you prefer the beaches over the jungle, have we got just the thing for you! Book your holidays with Glamping Hub and relax on the best beaches in Brazil. One of the best-known beaches in Brazil is the Copacabana. Right in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Copacabana beach is four kilometers of white sand and surf. Daily you can find here surfers, swimmers, people sunbathing, vendors with clothing, food, drinks, offering massages, braids, and much more! But once you’ve explore the many things to do in Rio de Janeiro, from Copacabana beach to Sugar Loaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer, explore the rest of Brazil’s coast, away from the cities. With more than 7,000 kilometers of Atlantic coast, Brazil is home to some spectacular beaches. Porto de Galinhas, one of the many beaches along the Pernambuco coast, is frequently cited as Brazil’s best beach, which is saying a lot! Take a boat out to the reef-top pools full of colorful fish, visit a lagoon where tiny seahorses swim, or go scuba diving among shipwrecks and impressive coral reefs. The town of Porto de Galinhas is the ideal beach town in our opinion, laidback and colorful, it is home to the perfect mix of beach town fun and chic boutiques. Pernambuco beaches span 187 kilometers along the coast, and also include the beaches in Recife, like Praia da Boa Viagem, São José da Coroa Grande, and the Carne De Vaca. About 350 kilometers off the coast from Brazil, you’ll have to take a flight from Recife, is the volcanic archipelago Fernando de Noronha. Here you’ll find untouched landscapes with shallow waters brimming with marine life, protected by an ecological sanctuary. With the number of visitors limited per year, Fernando de Noronha is one of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in Brazil. Or head south to Florianopolis if you’re looking for beach holidays with a little more city life! Florianopolis is the capital of Santa Catarina and is a coastal destination known for its picturesque beaches and beach resorts. Enjoy your beach holidays in Brazil here along the 54-kilometer stretch of coast! There are so many places to visit and things to do in Brazil, you may just have to come back again.

Best time to visit Brazil

From Rio de Janeiro to Salvador da Bahia, Paraty to Fortaleza, Natal to São Paulo, Brazil is full of amazing vacation destinations. So when is the best time to visit Brazil? Brazil lies in the tropics so it’s the perfect year-round destination. Brazil’s summer runs from December through March and winter is from June through September. However, as Brazil is such a large country, its different regions have a variety of climates. In south Brazil, the dry season runs from March to November, while December to February sees the most rainfall. In the center of the country are the Amazon and Pantanal. The best time to visit the Amazon is in July and August, you’re in a rainforest, so there will still be rain, just less at this time of year. In the Pantanal region, most rain falls from December to March and the best time to see the animals here is during the dry season from April or May to October. Finally, tropical northeastern Brazil has two seasons, although they may be difficult to distinguish, with the average temperature around 26° to 30°C all year long. August to February are the drier months and March to July usually see a few showers. The Carnival of Brazil, is an annual celebration in Rio held each year 40 days before Easter, where more than 2 million people fill the streets during carnival in Rio. If you’re planning a holiday around this time, make sure you take into account the crowds and elevated prices of the season.

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