Eco-tourism in Brazil
Trekking, snorkeling, immersing oneself in nature ... Eco-tourism is booming. Read here to learn about available novelties and offers.
The Salve Floripa project is committed to the conservation and protection of the Atlantic Rainforest on the Ilha de Santa Catarina. The focus is on the harmonious relationship between nature, the ever-growing tourism in Floripa and the preservation of biodiversity. We from Aventura do Brasil are proud to support this project.
The exciting Brazil cruises of Aventura do Brasil take you to the Amazon and the Pantanal. There you have the chance to discover the unique and impressive nature during your cruise. You don't have to worry about anything, you can enjoy your stay to the fullest with full board. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the natural wonders around you!
Few people know that Brazil is in the top league in terms of renewable energy supply. The renewable energy sector includes wind, water and solar energy, for example. The Brazilian energy matrix relies primarily on hydroelectric power, which accounts for 65 percent of the country's energy, and has the third-highest potential worldwide.
How the taboquinha plant is used to produce a sustainable alternative to plastic drinking straws.
The Atlantic Rainforest is the less known counterpart to the Amazon. Read why it is at least as exciting and what is being done to protect it.
The capital of Minas Gerais is a pioneer in sustainability. Learn more about the concepts for energy saving the city is setting a good example. Solar panels on the roof of the soccer stadium or the LED traffic light lighting ensure that resources are conserved.
On the first weekend in November, vacationers who were in Rio de Janeiro were able to admire the statue of Christ on the high Corcovado in green light. This campaign was intended to draw attention to new, alternative sources of electricity. The visitors of the world-famous landmark of the carnival city generated the electricity for the illumination of the Christ statue simply by their presence. Find out more about this new source of electricity.
Read here why the Brazilian island Ilha da Queimada Grande is so dangerous!
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