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Brazil for the Adventurous

Do you get bored easily at home? Then go on a journey and experience the adventurous sides of Brazil. Our blog gives you a foretaste.

June 07, 2020

Everything about sustainable travel and ecotourism in Brazil.

Read here why the Brazilian island Ilha da Queimada Grande is so dangerous!

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Interesting information about the largest rainforest on earth!

South America is large and just as diverse. But the continent can not only score points with its biodiversity, but it also offers great richness in terms of life and culture. In this article, we describe four places worth seeing at the borders of the continent, which should be part of your journey through South America.

A "desert" in Brazil? This article introduces the somewhat different desertlike dune landscape of the Lençóis Maranhenses, which includes sand and a lot of water.

Read about the experiences of German emigrants in this article. Learn the story of a young adventurer who started a new life in Brazil after the end of the Second World War. Also, a German-Brazilian emigrant couple tells about their experiences.

Last week we reported about the German culture in Santa Catarina. In today's article, we would like to introduce you to the variety of nature and culture that you can experience during your Brazil trip to the state.

A trip to Brazil offers a lot and covers all kinds of interests. Not only the famous sights in Rio de Janeiro, the waterfalls of Iguacu or the Amazon are worth a trip.

In the Brazilian Pantanal wetlands, you will find an extraordinary fauna and flora. For example, the National Park Chapada dos Guimaraes with its breathtaking landscape is located here. Between waterfalls, caves, table mountains, and canyons you will find one of the most species-rich animal worlds of Brazil. Diving and snorkeling in caves and crystal clear lakes is an absolute must. The water in these lakes in the southern Pantanal is turquoise blue down to the bottom and you swim with the most diverse and colorful fish species, eye to eye.