Brazilian Adventure

Brazilian Adventure Brazilian Adventure
£4955

By its very nature, an adventure worth the name should keep you wondering ‘what is going to happen next?’

If your adventure is in Brazil, it could be anything from wandering around a centuries-old town, admiring ancient churches and colonial-era buildings, to photographing cascading waterfalls or following prospectors’ trails through mountain valleys.

In The Pantanal, for example, you’ll be surrounded by the wildlife of the savannah lowlands, wetlands and dense forest. In the Chapada region you can visit the Fumaca Waterfall and trek up Pai Inacio Hill. In Natal a stunning beach and snorkelling, dune riding and rainforest hiking await.

 

This is a sample itinerary to inspire your holiday – it can be tweaked in every way possible from the places you want to go to and number of days you spend in each, as well as hotels you stay in and activities you do. Get in touch with one of our experts by calling +44+4402073864646 and a consultant will start creating your perfect trip.

Days Location Detail
days 1 - 2

Sao Paulo

Fly to Sao Paulo. You’…

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Sao Paulo

Fly to Sao Paulo. You’ll be met and taken to your hotel, and then spend the rest of the day exploring the fine sights of this busy Brazilian city. Your boutique hotel is just off the sparkling Avenida Paulista, so you’re ideally located in the centre of everything.

Stay: One night in a standard executive room at L’Hotel.

days 3 - 6

The Pantanal

You take a short morning …

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The Pantanal

You take a short morning flight to Campo Grande where you’ll be met and taken to Refugio Caiman – a four hour drive into The Pantanal. From this upmarket lodge you’ll be able to explore the savannah lowlands, the seasonal wetlands and huge areas of deep forest – a variety of habitats that provide home to a diversity of wildlife including: monkeys, capybara, caiman, anteaters, armadillos and even jaguar.

The birdwatching is also spectacular, with American rhea, hyacinth macaws, jabiru stork and hundreds of other species in the area.

Stay: Four nights in a standard room at Refugio Caiman.

days 7 - 8

Salvador

In the morning you’ll transfer …

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Salvador

In the morning you’ll transfer back to Campo Grande and fly to Salvador via Vicosa.

You’ll stay in the heart of Salvador’s old quarter next to the Church of San Francisco, giving you plenty of opportunity to wander around an old colonial town, soaking up the atmosphere and admiring the ancient buildings and quaint architecture.

Stay: Two nights in a deluxe room at Villa Bahia.

days 9 - 11

Chapada Diamantina

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Chapada Diamantina

A six hour drive though exceptional countryside brings you to Lencois and Chapada Diamantina – a region of dramatic mountain ranges and countryside covered in orchids and bromeliads. The geology is fascinating and the views are unsurpassed.

Your first full day will be spent visiting Brazil’s highest waterfall, from the viewpoint of a 380 metre canyon. The Fumaca Waterfall is beautiful; wreathed in a fine, smoke-like mist. You’ll also have wonderful views over the Valley of Capao and you’ll lunch on top of a table mountain, before swimming in the pool of Riachinho Waterfall.

Your second day presents you with a hike along old prospectors’ trails to Pai Inacio Hill, stopping on the way to swim in rivers and picturesque pools. Pai Inacio itself is one of the major attractions of Chapada Diamantina National Park, with horizon-wide views.

Stay: Three nights in a Canto do Sossego room at Canto das Aguas Hotel.

day 12

Salvador

Now your adventure continues by road …

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Salvador

Now your adventure continues by road as you embark on a six hour journey through astonishing countryside, on your way back to Salvador.

Stay: One night in a deluxe room at Villa Bahia.

days 13 - 16

Natal

After the hiking it’s time …

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Natal

After the hiking it’s time to relax on a pure white beach. Or continue your adventure, on water.

Fly to Natal, and transfer by road for one-hour and a half to Pipa. At Pipa you can surf, swim in tide pools, go kayaking or fishing. You can watch dolphins and turtles. On dry land you can see monkeys, ride buggies over the dunes or explore the Atlantic rainforest in search of wildlife.

Stay: Four nights in a deluxe bungalow at Pousada Toca da Coruja.

days 17 - 18

Natal

You’ll be transferred to Natal …

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Natal

You’ll be transferred to Natal Airport for your flight home.

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