Brazil is the largest country in South America, a vast country with 4,500 miles of coastline. The tropical climate ensure that people can enjoy the sea and the sand under the blue skies.
Rio de Janeiro is the famous beach destination, but in this exotic paradise is not the only one. Copacabana Beach’s fame has spread worldwide, other beaches are more well know than this 2.5 mile stretch of sand. The tourist begins their Brazil holiday in Rio de Janeiro, and this beach should be on the list of places to see before moving on.
Next to Copacabana, the Ipanema Beach, located at the front of one of the rich neighborhoods of Rio, with stylish restaurants, bars, and boutique shopping to enjoy after a day on the beach.
Florianopolis more famous beach name Praia do Campeche. The beautiful sand and clear waters contrast beautifully with the green vegetation. Here you can also enjoy a boat trip around the islands or just relax at the sand.
Porto de Galinhas in Recife has regularly appeared in Brazil’s top tourist magazine. It was once simply a fishing village, but the lovely reef pools have made is great to swimming and snorkeling. You can also hire a small boat to exploring Recife beaches.
Rio de Janeiro-Florianopolis-Recife
9 Days/ 8 Nights
Itinerary at a glance