Brazil

AN ADVENTURE ALMOST WITHOUT EQUAL
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WELCOME TO BRAZIL

The world’s fifth largest country, Brazil occupies nearly half of the South American continent & lives up to its booming promise & exotic reputation.

WHY VISIT BRAZIL?

Its wildly exuberant people & year-round subtropical climate make it one of the
continent’s most exciting destinations.

A luxury trip to Brazil is an adventure almost without equal.

From the magnificent Iguaçu Falls, the country stretches north across 7000 km of lush, tropical coastline dotted with brilliantly-painted colonial towns, chic fishing villages, eco resorts and, of course, Rio, one of the the most visually dramatic cities on Earth.

Heading west, vast coffee, cocoa and sugarcane plantations give way to the Amazon basin, the largest rainforest on the planet and the second longest river. To the south, the immense wetlands of the Pantanal are an ecological paradise, inhabited by the greatest concentration of fauna in the Americas.

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BRAZIL INSPIRATION

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Brazilian gastronomy fuses indigenous, African, and Portuguese influences. Feijoada, a hearty black bean stew with pork, symbolizes Brazil’s diverse culinary heritage. Street foods like coxinha (chicken croquettes) and pão de queijo (cheese bread) are quite delicious. Açaí bowls and caipirinhas are tropical treats worth stocking up on.

 

A kaleidoscope of rhythms, music infuses every aspect of Brazilian life, from the pulsating beats of samba to the soulful melodies of bossa nova. Influences from African, indigenous, and European cultures collide in genres like choro, forró, and maracatu. Iconic artists like Tom Jobim, Caetano Veloso, and Elis Regina have shaped Brazilian music on the global stage, while grassroots movements preserve regional styles, ensuring an ever-evolving musical landscape.

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Havaianas flip-flops; stunning local artisanal craft; modernist furniture; gemstones and, of course, cachaza!

Some recommended reading…

Check out Machado de Assis’s “Dom Casmurro,” which explores themes of love and betrayal. Today, authors like Clarice Lispector delve into existentialism in works such as “The Hour of the Star,” contributing to Brazil’s diverse literary landscape. Have a look at our bespoke reading list courtesy of the great John Sandoe.

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