Beaches in Rio de Janeiro

f you’re wanting to be soaking up the warm sun, you’ll love the beaches in Rio. Rio is well-known for some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity! A few of the main beaches to visit would be Copacabana, Leblon and Ipanema. If you feel like having a quiet stroll on the beach, look no further than Avenida Atlântica. For those who enjoy going for a bit of a surf or enjoy watching surfers, visit Praia do Arpoador to do just that! But don’t forget, a hat and sunnies will be a great help to you!

Amazon River

eing the second largest river at approximately 6,400 kilometers, which is just slightly shorter than the Nile, you will be thoroughly impressed when visiting the Amazon. The Amazon Basin is covered by half of the planet’s remaining rainforests where jungle tours are available to explore and experience the boating upriver, into the damp, buzzing and oppressive ambience. The Amazon region expands to nine nations in South America, covering a huge area of the entire continent with the lovely broad-leafed forest surrounding the river.

– Rio de Janeiro

n extravaganza for colour, sound, action, and exuberance is just one simple way of explaining the Carnaval in Rio. A carefully staged showpiece, where spectators can watch the parades of competing samba dancers from a purpose-built stadium. The Sambódromo, is a long series of grandstand boxes where dancers and musicians who are dressed up in colourful costumes, perform in dazzling explosions. The Rio Carnival attracts two million people per day on the streets and almost half a million foreigners during its four day celebration, best viewed during the night, making it another don’t miss experience here in Brazil.

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