One of the world’s most captivating places, Brazil is a country of powdery white-sand beaches, verdant rainforests and wild, rhythm-filled metropolises. Brazil’s attractions extend from frozen-in-time colonial towns to otherworldly landscapes of red-rock canyons, thundering waterfalls and coral-fringed tropical islands.
Upon arrival to Puerto Iguazú airport, at the Argentinian side of the falls, follow to a half day tour to the Argentinian falls. Visit the upper and lower walkways, which allows a different perspective and more intimate contact with the falls adjoining rainforest filled with orchids, bromeliads, birds and other wildlife, an exuberant nature with outstanding views. The highlight of the trip is a visit to the suspended platform at the very brink of the abysmal Devil’s Throat – largest of the waterfalls. Beside all this, the park offers a complete service infrastructure with shops, restaurants and handicap access. After the excursion, you´ll be transferred to your hotel at the Brazilian side crossing the Tancredo Neves Bridge with its lovely view of the Iguassu Canyon.
Check-in at your hotel.
Breakfast, Departure for a guided walking half day tour of the Brazilian falls, considered to be one of the wonders of the world. Here they will see the waters of the Paraná River plunge in 32 separate falls over a 200-foot precipice two and a half miles wide, admire the series of astonishing cascades and enjoy an unforgettable scenario.
Breakfast Transfer out to Foz do Iguassu airport for flight to Salvador. Arrival in Salvador and transfer to your hotel for check-in.
Breakfast, Half day city tour historical of Salvador. By choosing the historical tour, our focus will be in the city sites related to the colonial Brazil, and Afro-Brazilian history, taking advantage of Pelourinho being the greatest baroque neighborhood outside Europe, declared by UNESCO a world heritage site. If you're a history buff, there are lots of centuries-old buildings churches and even museums to tour. This tour gives you the chance to see a little of the new and the old city. We begin from Barra neighborhood, with the Atlantic Ocean view and Barra’s most famous icon, the lighthouse at the Saint Antonio Fort - We walk around the first lighthouse of the entire American continent. We -proceed on our pleasant ride through the traditional neighbourhoods of Corredor da Vitória, Campo Grande (big outdoor scene for Salvador’s carnival). Continuing, we stop the car at the Municipal Square and visit the Modelo Market – one of the oldest and most traditional commercial zones of the city of Salvador, with its architecture protected by the National Historical Heritage. The building holds 263 art-craft stores, so fulfil your curiosity looking around!
Breakfast, Day at leisure
Breakfast, Transfer out to Salvador airport for flight to Rio de Janeiro. Arrival in Rio de Janeiro and transfer to your hotel for check in.
Breakfast, You will be picked up at your hotel for a full-day tour, riding along the beaches of Rio, taking the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas until Cosme Velho district. There you will board the Swiss manufacture cogwheel train for a scenic ride through the Tijuca National Park to reach the 710–meter summit of Corcovado. At the very top of the mountain, carved in soapstone mosaic in the finest art deco style, stands the Christ the Redeemer, a 38 meters tall statue with arms outstretched as if it were blessing the city. The view from the Corcovado provides a spectacular panorama of Rio and its surrounding. You will quickly understand why Rio is called the Marvelous City. After visiting the Corcovado, you will board the wheel train down to Cosme Velho station and return to their hotel via the São Conrado beach where hang-glider riders like to lounge when they are not soaring overhead. Lunch at a local “churrascaria”. The "churrasco" is a traditional Brazilian southern (and also Argentinean) way of preparing the meats. The guests will have the opportunity of tasting an endless variety of meat served continuously, several garnish and salads. As a dessert, it will be served ice cream and after, coffee. After lunch will leave hotel towards Urca district to board the cable car for a two-stage ride that will whisk them up to Sugar Loaf. At the first stage, Morro da Urca - barely 220 mts high, there is a restaurant, an amphitheatre and a heliport for scenic rides. The second stage takes one up to the Sugar Loaf - thus named because of the loaves of sugar that were commonly used by the Portuguese at the time of the discovery of the city. From both places guests will have wonderful views of Rio’s most famous spots such as Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon beaches, also Botafogo and Flamengo leading to Downtown, the Christ the Redeemer and Rio-Niterói bridge. At any hour of the day or night, the view from Sugar Loaf is extraordinarily beautiful, making Sugar Loaf undoubtedly one of the most famous landmarks of the city. After Sugar Loaf visit tour continues to the Downtown area with a stop at Catedral Metropolitana, a huge cone-shaped construction with breathtaking stained glass windows. After this visit a brief panoramic view of downtown Rio and return to the hotel.
Breakfast, Day at leisure
Breakfast, Transfer to Rio de Janeiro Airport for your departure flight.