Have you have ever found yourself daydreaming about those Brazilian babes in their “tanga” bikini’s or thought about actually meeting “The Girl from Ipanema” on Ipanema’s world known beach? Well you are not alone. As restrictions begin to open up so should you about an affordable trip to Brazil. You might just find that “Girl from Ipanema” in Rio de Janeiro while hanging out in one of their local bars that pop up beachside… all while sipping on their amazing local beer “Brahma Chop”. But Rio’s Ipanema’s beach isn’t the only must see beach or destination highlight. Check out this list of MUST SEE DESTINATIONS if you go to Brazil. You are bound to get some great deals due to COVID 19 if you book now.

Christ the Redeemer

Otherwise known as “Corcovado” the famous “Statue of Christ”. If you ever thought you were tall, just wait until you get an up close and personal view of this gigantic statue.

It can be seen from most anywhere throughout the city of Rio de Janeiro. This amazing structure is a landmark in Rio, not to be missed on the ground or should you choose to summit above to this concrete work of art you will no doubt be glad you did.

Pao De Asuca

Also known as “Sugar Loaf”. Whether you are scaling the side of the first mountain landing on the way up to the famous Sugar Loaf itself… or chose to see the sights via its cable car to the top, you will be amazed at the view of Guanabara Bay.

Pao de Asuca is in the heart of Rio de Janeiro this is one of the city’s major attractions. It touts a 380-degree view of most of Rio’s famous beaches… including Ipanema beach and Copacabana beach. Don’t forget to put this on the bucket list while traveling to Brazil.

Iguazu Falls

This waterfall in Brazil makes Niagara Falls looks like its baby relative!

Even Niagara Falls can’t compete with the awesome power of Iguazu. Anyone who has been can tell you it’s unlike any other waterfall on earth. I’ve been, and I can tell you first hand… “It truly IS unlike any other waterfall on earth”.

Even though the falls are remote, they are relatively easy to get to. You can fly from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu, or from Rio de Janeiro to Foz de Iguacu. Take a chance and go remote. You won’t regret making a memory here. This memory will last a lifetime!

Oro Preto

Of all the exquisite colonial towns scattered around Minas Gerais, Ouro Preto has incredible architecture and is the jewel in the crown. From its churches to museums, this city remains vital in modern times as a center for education and the arts, and is one of Brazil’s most visited tourist destinations.

There happens to also be guided gold mine tours as well if you are interested in that sort of thing!

Carnaval

If you happen to hit a trip to Brazil at JUST the right time, you may find yourself in the middle of Brazil’s most celebrated event. CARNAVAL! Ever heard that “samba beat” on one of your favorite songs! That is what you will get all day and all night during the celebration of Carnaval.

There is no shortage of fun, excitement, dancing or any of that sort during Carnaval. Only one thing… perhaps a tad shortage of clothing. With all the festive and decorative Samba schools that parade through the cities you will find yourself wanting to join in for the fun. No one sits still. The “Samba” dance is Brazil’s most valued cultural expression… so what are you waiting for. Go to Brazil and express away.

Amazon rain Forest

Looking for a more natural approach to traveling? Here there will be no shortage of wildlife up and close. From Sloths, to monkeys and turtles, parrots and toucans, you will find tranquility in Brazil’s rain forest. Who says you need one of those sleep machines to be relaxed. Find your relaxation in the REAL Amazon rain forest and book your trip today.

Ready to see Brazil?

Hopefully this guide of some of the must see things in Brazil will help you out on your next trip!