Five Off The Beaten Track- Brazilian Destinations That You’ll Love To Explore

When it comes to tour Brazil, most likely you’ll think about  Salvador, Rio de Jeneiro or  São Paulo, but the Country has a lot more to offer in terms of tourism. There’re a great number of small towns & isolated destinations that have their own unique history & atmosphere. Here, I have listed some must-visit places in Brazil that you might not know yet:

Foz do Iguaçu, Parana:
One of the most popular natural heritages in Brazil, this national park is placed in the State of Paraná and it covers a massive 185 thousand hectares in terms of dimension. This park also features the largest forest area in South America, and there’s an incredible number of flora & fauna to be explored. The park is so massive that just 0.3 % of it is opened to tourists. So there is so much to explore.

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Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul:
Brazil isn’t just about its incredible beaches, it has a lot to offer, for example, the small and woodsy village, Gramado. Placed in the state of  Rio Grande do Sul,  Gramado is a must visit for tourists in Brazil. It is a tinny mountain resort that possess an European sense, very similar too a Swiss mountain village.

Ipojuca, Pernambuco:
Want to enjoy some time under the sun at some of the finest beaches in Brazil? If yes, then ask your tour operator in Brazil to add Ipojuca. There are so many activities to be enjoyed here from surfing to diving and kayaking.  Indeed, Ipojuca is a bliss for travelers searching for active holiday under the sun.

FLORIANOPOLIS:
Sitting on the perfect- picture Ilha de Santa Catarina which has a coastline with over 42 beaches, from wild & windy to idyllic & untouched-  Florianopolis is with no doubt one of the most beautiful cities of Brazil.

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There are many German and European influences in this city. Come and explore this diverse metropol.

Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais:
An ancient emigrant mining town placed pretty close to the city of Belo Horizonte, and enclosed by the mountains of  Serra do Espinhaço, Ouro Preto is worth exploring when you are in Brazil. The narrow & crooked boulevards of this city are packed with splendid  Baroque-styled constructions and artworks by popular Brazilian artists. It is an excellent place to learn about the nation’s history, while admiring a stunning landscape.

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