Places to visit in Brazil

by Emma

Brazil, the 5th largest country in the world located in South America has the largest landscape in the continent. The country has a vibrant culture and rich history attracting tourists from throughout the world to explore the place. It has the most iconic Amazon rainforest and the famed Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. The country offers distinctive cultural diversity, natural wonders, and historical significance that offer a plethora of unique experiences to tourists.

The Amazon rainforest also called the “lungs of the Earth”, covering most of northwestern Brazil and extending into Columbia is famed for its biodiversity. Brazil is also famous for its love of football and the splendid view of the lush green forests. You can explore the greenery of nature in the lush jungles of Brazil and enjoy super-delicious cuisines while connecting with the welcoming locals. Here is a list of must-visit places while on a trip to Brazil.

Must Explore these Places in Brazil

1. Amazon Rainforest

Amazon Rainforest

The second largest river, the Amazon River is known for the biodiversity that it maintains and hence is called the “Lungs of the Earth”, playing a crucial role in maintaining the global climate. Manaus is a common entry point for jungle tours that is best for adventurous visitors. It may however be a challenging adventure to walk down through the forest, but you can explore the rainforest from various locations in Brazil.

2. Rio De Janeiro

Rio De Janeiro

Rio De Janeiro located on the southeastern coast of Brazil is a city that needs no introduction. The city is known for the iconic New Seven Wonders of the World “The Christ the Redeemer statue”, exploring the stunning natural beauty, culture and energetic atmosphere.

3. Salvador


The coastal city, Salvador is in the northeast of Brazil just over 400 miles from Porto Seguro. Someone looking for a home of rhythm and soul must add Salvador to the must-visit list while on a trip to Brazil. The city is enriched with heritage, culture and rhythmic peace.

4. São Paulo

São Paulo

São Paulo being the largest Portuguese-speaking city in the world, is famous and known for trademark wide avenues and uniquely designed skyscrapers. The largest city of Brazil, São Paulo is the second most populous of the Southern Hemisphere and is famous for distinctive style of mortadella sausage which is made with more spices and black pepper.

5. Brasilia


Brasilia, the capital of the country, that is one of the most vibrant, fun-loving, enriched in culture and heavenly beautiful in the world to travel and explore the best concrete and futuristic place. Brasilia is a high-rated and most travelled place by tourists in Brazil.

6. Bonito


Those who are hydrophilic and love being around rivers or water bodies must add Bonito to their visiting list during their trip to Brazil. Bonito is famous for its natural landscape, crystal clear water rivers, grottoes, caves and its stunning flora and fauna. Must visit the place to get the best offers on the welcome services by the native people.

7. Pantanal

Pantanal The place is famous for its iconic wildlife and this massive wetland has the largest population of crocodiles in the world and is considered to have the most biologically rich environment with over 4,700 plant and animal species. Pantanal holds the greatest wildlife creatures, the animals and birds are similar to those living in the Amazon basin.

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Bottom Line

Job fills your pocket, but adventure fills your soul, take your time out to experience and explore the world that you live in. Additionally, never miss a chance to explore the places in Brazil, mentioned above may however help you to explore the best places in Brazil. An electric mix of people, culture, and stunning landscapes, combined with the vibrant lush greenery and heavenly biodiversity is captured in the heart of the country.

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