Why visit Brazil?

Brazil map outline

Brazil is a country of rich culture and diversity with a very fun-loving people who love their beer, football and samba, not necessarily in that order. It was inhabited for long before being settled in by the Portuguese – it is now an independent nation.

A large part of the country is the Amazonia (sometimes called Pan-Amazonia) region that covers about 40% of the South American continent across Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. This is one of the world’s most diverse biological areas, 98% rain forest, and is fed by rivers like the Amazon. The capital, Manaus, is a modern city right in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest, the conservation of which has been the burning issue in recent years. The Amazon Region houses approximately a few million species of insects, thousands of species of plants, 2,000 species of fish, 950 species of birds and some 200 species of mammals. In addition, it is the home of around 200,000 Brazilian native Indians.


We went to Brazil and covered the Brazilian Amazonas… The beauty of the beaches, the fast life of Rio and the natural beauty of the Amazon forest, the pulsating beat of Rio and the equally pulsating silence of the Amazon – this contrast is what had us in thrall… We have tried to craft an experience for you that we hope will showcase this contrast in experiences to create a unique tapestry…


Brazil Experiences

february, 2020

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Best places to visit in Brazil

Brasília – The capital of Brazil, and an architectural spectacle

Florianópolis – The city is located in an island in the Atlantic Ocean well known for its lakes, lagoons, amazing nature and many clean, beautiful, natural beaches.

Fortaleza – Famous for the Iracema Beach street market.

Manaus – The capital of Amazonas State and located in the middle of the rainforest


Porto Alegre – The gateway to Brazil’s fabulous Green Canyons.

Recife – “The Brazilian Venice” built on several islands linked by many bridges.

Rio de Janeiro – The pulse of the country with its fast pace, beaches and the big statue of an open-armed Jesus atop Corcovado Hill.

Salvador – The first capital of Brazil and a pot-pourri of indigenous, African and European cultures.

São Paulo – Brazil’s most cosmopolitan city.


Must have experiences in Brazil

  • Cruising in the Amazon through the rainforest
  • Lounging around in the beaches of Rio
  • Witnessing and maybe even trying the Samba
  • Sampling the amazing cuisine of the country and region
  • Immersing in the culture and history of the place

Things to note

Brazil’s summer months lasts from December, January, February and March and winter months lasts from June, July, August and September. September and October are the best time to visit Brazil – avoiding major holiday periods
We have created these experience capsules after travelling and experiencing this country ourselves. We can, of course, customize these to your requirement or interest areas – a holiday tailored exactly to your needs

Contact us to create a customized Brazil itinerary for your self

What our Travellers Say

Mandar SalunkheBeyonder Traveller - Cambodia

The trip overall was a quite nice and enriching experience. Cambodia as a country with its different culture as well as the epic nature of the monuments that we witnessed left us awestruck. The guide was quite helpful and was knowledgeable too. The hotel facility was decent and was in a nice locality that had good access to Pub Street, Airport, as well as restaurants for lunch/dinner…


We would surely visit other places too through Beyonder as you did hand hold us throughout the entire process of the trip unlike other travel agents that forget the client once the money is paid.


Somashekar & FamilyBeyonder Traveller - Norway

A life time ambition of witnessing the Northern lights (Aurora Borealis) phenomenon came true in January ’17 for our family. Going whale watching in a boat and seeing different kinds of whales surrounding our boat was a great experience. Snowmobiling for about 30 kms in the wilderness was an unique arctic experiece never attempted before.


Dog-Sledding was special where each sled carrying two persons was pulled by a group of six Alaskan husky dogs for a round trip of about 50 kms, this too being a first time experience.

Seeing the magical northern lights in full bloom in severe cold weather and warming ourselves by the bonfire drinking hot soup was fantastic.

Thanks to Beyonder for the excellent handling of the tour. We have many plans of taking further tours to some exotic places with Beyonder.


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