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Brazil Travel: Rio de Janeiro
With a population of over 6,4 million people, Rio de Janeiro translated as “The River of January”, is the second largest city in Brazil and is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding mountain ranges.  The city is known for its beautiful beaches, the most renowned being Copacabana and Ipanema, the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer on top of Corcovado mountain which looks over the city and the incredible views of Sugarloaf Mountain with its cable car. Santa Teresa, is also worth making a trip to. It is a pictorial neighbourhood where mostly artists and more alternative people live. For football fans, a visit to the famous Maracana-Stadium is of course a must- do during your trip. 
Discover Rio’s vibrant atmosphere and let yourself be enchanted by the diversity it has to offer!
In the Summer, which lasts from December to February, the climate reaches an average daily maximum temperature of about 30 degrees. Most people spend there holidays in this region. 
The main attraction during this period of time is of course the world famous Carnaval. Samba schools around the city bring the streets of Rio alive form mid-February until the beginning of March. 
In the months of May to September, the southern winter begins, the climate is a lot more dry and less tourists visit the city. However, the warm water temperatures ranging from 22 to 25 degrees make it possible to swim in the sea all year long, and take a break from the bustle of city life. 
Here you can find more information about the climate and accomodation  in Rio de Janeiro.
Click here to find our travel options for Rio de Janeiro. 
 

Brazil Map Rio de Janeiro

In the Summer, which lasts from December to February, the climate reaches an average daily maximum temperature of about 30 degrees. Most people spend there holidays in this region. 
The main attraction during this period of time is of course the world famous Carnaval. Samba schools around the city bring the streets of Rio alive form mid-February until the beginning of March. 
In the months of May to September, the southern winter begins, the climate is a lot more dry and less tourists visit the city. However, the warm water temperatures ranging from 22 to 25 degrees make it possible to swim in the sea all year long, and take a break from the bustle of city life. 
Here you can find more information about the climate and accomodation  in Rio de Janeiro.
Click here to find our travel options for Rio de Janeiro. 


Enjoy a 3-day exclusive eco-trip with accommodation at the Eco Lodge Itororo. From Rio de Janeiro to the Atlantic Rainforest to the Eco Lodge Itororo in Nova Friburgo. You’ll go on a hike in the Tres Picos State Park and to conclude the trip, a hike through the Atlantic Rainforest.

Experience and enjoy culture, nature and history during your wonderful 4 day trip to Paraty. Paraty old town has been under monument protection since 1958 and is largely closed to traffic. Another highlight of Paraty is the surrounding nature, fresh air and water.

Brazil Rio de Janeiro

Explore the still unspoiled and one of a kind nature on Ilha Grande, the most famous island in Brazil. The majority of Ilha Grande is a national park and offers its visitors heavenly beaches, the never-ending green Atlantic Rainforest and breath-taking natural scenery on land, sea and air.

Experience four amazing days in the most beautiful city in the world: Rio de Janeiro. This tour will take you to the typical attractions of the city: The Sugarloaf Mountain, Statue of Christ, the famous beaches Copacabana and Ipanema and the historical old town.