Day 1Hola Buenos Aires! We'll dive straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner (washed down with a glass of malbec, of course) and... Departing: 10/01/2021 to 09/03/2021
Argentina & Brazil Highlights (Until Feb 2021)(Twin Room,Start Buenos Aires, End Rio de Janeiro)
Day 1Hola Buenos Aires! We'll dive straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner (washed down with a glass of malbec, of course) and...
Departing: 10/01/2021 to 09/03/2021
From rugged landscapes to lush rainforest, buzzing cities, stunning beaches and an unmatchable love for sport and dance, Brazil offers a travel experience of a lifetime. The largest country in South America has so much to explore, you best get on board a tour and make the most of it. Whether you prefer a custom-made private tour, or a small-group adventure tour, there are a variety of options to suit all travel styles and budgets.
Don't miss these Brazil attractions
- Christ the Redeemer
- Trekking through the Amazon Jungle
- Iguazu Falls
- Swimming at Ipanema Beach
- City tours
Rio Carnaval to Iguazu Falls
Welcome to the party capital of the world, Rio de Janeiro. Visit in February and plan your trip around Rio Carnival, the greatest party on earth! Attend the epic parade in the Sambadrome and dance the samba from dusk ‘til dawn. While on a tour you’ll have the opportunity to visit Rio’s hotspots including the colossal Christ the Redeemer statue and the spectacular Corcovado Mountain.
Straddling the borders of both Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls stretch for three kilometres and are a mighty force to be reckoned with. On a tour to the Brazilian side of the falls you’ll journey deep into the Iguaçu National Park and will be privy to panoramic views of the falls which are taller than Niagara Falls and twice as wide.
South America's largest city
Sao Paulo is the world’s seventh largest city by population. Intimidating to say the least, your best bet is to sign up for a tour and have a local guide take you to their favourites haunts. Sao Paulo might be mammoth and congested, but underneath the smog lays world class museums, art-house cinemas, gourmet restaurants and the best coffee in Brazil. With a city of over 20 million people, there’s plenty of nightlife on offer too, bar-hop around the ever popular Sampa neighbourhood and learn how to party like the locals.
However you decide to spend your time in Brazil, there’s a wide range of tours on offer to ensure you get the most out of this diverse country, from the depths of the Amazon Jungle to the cosmopolitan beaches of Rio.