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Brazil
The largest country in South America, Brazil dances to its own bossa nova beat. We’ll take you to explore the Amazon Rainforests and the wetlands of Pantanal, and gaze in awe at Iguazu Falls. Combine these with the cultural sites of Bahia, Rio Grande, and Rio de Janeiro.
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Sugarloaf and Corcovado
Sugarloaf Mountain stands guard at the mouth of Rio de Janeiro, and is as much a city icon as Christ the Redeemer, which sits atop the opposite peak of Corcovado. Together, these mountains not only define the city’s skyline, but give the best views of Rio and the bay.
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Amazon River Cruises
Cruising the Amazon is like no other river cruise on Earth. In fact, we hardly dare to call it a cruise: it’s a rainforest expedition by boat! Caiman, otter, and pink river dolphin will escort you on your Amazon River journey, past tiny fishing villages while tropical birds flock overhead.
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Brazil's Festivals
Brazil is the birthplace of bossa nova and samba; every city in the country pulsates with their beats. Nothing beats joining in the party at festival time, whether it’s the costumed parades of Rio Carnival, or the more sedate celebrations of Parintins Folklore Festival.
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3,000 Miles of Beaches
From Ipanema to Copacabana, Brazil has some of the most famous beaches in the world. But with more than 4,600 miles of Atlantic coastline - 3,000 miles of which is beach -- you won’t have to go far to find a stretch of sand which is completely quiet.
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Jaguar in the Pantanal
The remote Pantanal is the world’s largest tropical wetland, and home to a wealth of beautiful landscape and wildlife. The sighting which most excites us is the rosette patterned South American jaguar, which slinks through the Caiman Ecological Refuge.
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A Wall of Water
Iguazu Falls is the largest waterfall system in the world, a natural marvel of unmatched scale and beauty. The surrounding national park is a place of great ecological importance, rich in jaguar, coati, and tropical birds.