Brazilian Places to Know
As experts on the country, we can give you plenty of insider advice. This is where the Aventura do Brasil team shares its experience.
As one of the countries with the greatest biodiversity, Brazil has many activities to offer in harmony with nature, to name a few with trekking, diving, and wildlife watching. Brazil is made for sustainable travel experiences, which is why ecotourism is growing steadily here. Find current information here!
When you step onto the beach of Maragogi, you will immediately be enchanted by the picturesque beauty of the surroundings. The dazzling white sand crunches under your feet as you listen to the rhythmic sound of the waves rolling ashore. An oasis of tranquility to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Belo Horizonte hides a wealth of sights and experiences waiting for you to discover. From UNESCO World Heritage Sites to rich culture and lush nature. Pack your bags with us and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime in Belo Horizonte!
Porto Seguro is not only a place of breathtaking natural beauty, but also a historical center with a rich past. The historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and will take you back in time with its cobbled streets and colorful colonial houses. Later you can unwind on some of Brazil‘s most beautiful beaches.
Located off the beaten path Espírito Santo offers an incomparable blend of breathtaking nature, rich history, and warm hospitality. Immerse yourself in this hidden gem and discover a paradise waiting to be explored by curious Brazil travelers!
Pirenópolis is known for its more than 70 silversmithing studios which form the largest center in Brazil for the sale of silver crafts. In addition, the city is characterized by culture, indigenous influences, and a lush natural landscape. Learn more in our new blog article!
The area around Belo Horizonte is known for its many natural beauties and waterfalls are among the absolute highlights. Within just a few hours drive you can reach many beautiful places where you can experience nature up close. We present some of the most beautiful waterfalls you can explore when hiking in the region!
Until the second half of the 19th century, Acre was inhabited by indigenous peoples and still belonged to Bolivian and Peruvian territories. The state of Acre is a real insider tip in Brazil and has preserved much of its original nature. Besides the bigger cities, nature therefore is a special attraction!
Queijo Minas or mine cheese not only has a unique taste, but is also closely linked to the history and culture of the state of Minas Gerais. The traditional Brazilian cheese is made from raw milk and is a firm, slightly crumbly cheese with a mild yet distinctive flavor.
The Lençóis Maranhenses offer an impressive expanse of dunes, lagoons, and sea, and Atins is a real insider tip for your Brazil trip. In recent years, this village has become the stronghold of kitesurfing, offering ideal conditions for the sport. Learn more about this amazing destination in Brazil in our blog article!