If you’re thinking about catching the Carnival, the footie or the Olympics, why not see what the rest of the country has to offer?
Brazilian law states that a nonresident can only be in the country for 180 days out of every year, a similar system to Europe’s Schengen region.
Brazil is the ultimate party destination in South America.
The majority of Brazil is almost untouched by tourism, including its massive national parks, colonial towns and remote spots for kayaking and horseback riding.
The 5th largest nation in the world and home to the world’s second largest river, the Amazon, more and more people are coming to visit this country.
If you’re arriving in Brazil fresh off the plane, you might be a little nervous about where you’ll be staying and what to expect. I know I was.
It may not be possible to visit all the countries on the continent, but check out these highlights on your South American vacation.