Venture beyond Brazil's famous white-sand beaches and the perennial party in Rio de Janeiro and discover diverse ecosystems ranging from arid desert to the Amazon Rainforest, home to the largest collection of living plant and animal species in the world. 

New 7 Wonders of the World - How Many Have You Seen?

Historians can tell us stories of ancient civilizations but nothing compares to actually walking through the ancient ruins of Macchu Picchu or standing below the ivory-white marble of the Taj Mahal. The New 7 wonders of the world were chosen in 2007, all incredible feats of architecture, representing vastly different civili...
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Great News for Adventure Travel to Brazil!

If you've been dreaming about Brazil now is the time to go! Starting January 15th (Jan 8th for Canadians) it will be exponentially easier to get a visa. Brazil recently announced a new electronic document issuing system, where US and Canadian travelers will be able to apply online and receive v...
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Top 10 Eco-Lodges/Camps for Adventurers

Ecolodges and safari camps are an oasis for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. They are often where you connect deeply to the places and people you visit. Drawing from over 30 years of adventure travel, we have curated this exclusive selection of guest accommodations offering some of our favorite 'Wild Style' experiences in pristine habitats t...
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How to Include Iguazu Falls on Your South America Adventure

Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Iguazú Falls are spectacular to behold. Stretching for almost three kilometers spanning Argentina and Brazil, this immense mass of water is the world's largest waterfall system. It's no easy feat to get to Iguazu and while most people come just to see the falls, there is so much more to expl...
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The Amazon or the Pantanal - Which one is for you?

Amazon - Boats, Jungle, Culture WHAT:  The Brazilian Amazon is famous for its unique ecosystem, stunning waterways and lush jungle vegetation. The rivers in the Amazon are vast, spanning 5 million km ² and spreading into 9 countries. Eighty percent of the Amazon is in Brazilian territory, along with the confluence of the "Negro" and the "...
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