By: N. Thomas
Ever wanted to travel around Brazil but didn’t know where to go? Well lucky you, because in this article you are going to find out the best places to go to during your travels! You want to go to the beach? We got you! Don’t really like the sand, prefer a more urban environment? We got you! And if you are interested in a more tropical environment, guess what. We got you!
First on our list we’ve got the island with the most beautiful beaches in the world, these are soft sand beaches with the most transparent water you will ever see, plus they are packed with wildlife! You guessed it, Fernando de Noronha. Winning an amazing 5 times ‘The most beautiful beach in the world’, the Praia do Sancho is a must-see destination! Its enormous rocky cliffs full of birds is a guarantee to take your breath away, as if that wasn’t enough ou are surrounded by vast amounts of water which is as blue as it gets. The only way arrive at this beach is through a steep ladder that goes straight down a massive rock, this is a mad and unforgettable experience.
If you prefer big cities with a more agitated lifestyle, then São Paulo is the place to go. This massive city is full of activities to complete, for example, Parque Ibirapuera, this marvelous park is the most visited in Latin America! You can ride bikes, go for a walk, plan a picnic on the grass, or just enjoy the view under the hot sunshine. Another place you cannot miss is MASP (Museu de Arte de São Paulo), this famous art museum is full of beautiful exhibitions. Paintings from artists like Tarsila do Amaral, Pisha Hena, Sandro Botticelli and more, have made an appearance at MASP.
Don’t like beaches, don’t like big cities either and want to visit the heart of Brazil? Then the Amazon Rainforest is the place to go! This is the worlds biggest rainforest with the largest biodiversity you can find, huge waterfalls, beautiful landscapes, amazing animals, and more. The Jaú National Park is an unmissable destination, with more than 5.6 million acres, it has around 120 mammal species, 455 birds, 150 reptiles, and over 280 types of fish! The national park protects the Jaú river watershed, so not only can you explore on land, but you can also explore on water.
As you can see, Brazil is a magnificent place full of things to do, from jungles to beaches to cities. Brazil will touch your heart, your mind, and your soul.