Pantanal Mato Grosso do Sul Brazil
Pantanal Mato Grosso do Sul Brazil

Mato Grosso do Sul Travel Guide

Mato Grosso do Sul is one of the most aesthetically beautiful states in Brazil in terms of its abundant plant and animal species and its gorgeous vistas.

Naturism in Brazil

By the year 1500, Brazil was inhabited by naturists, both in the aspect of being eco-friendly and due to their natural attitude towards nudity....
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Corumbá MS Travel Guide

Situated on the south bank of the Rio Paraguai, by a broad bend, 15 minutes from the Bolivian border, Corumbá has long been considered the best starting point for visiting the southern part of the Pantanal. ...
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Pantanal MS Travel Guide

The Amazon may attract more fame and glory, but the Pantanal is a better place to see wildlife....
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Brazil Gemstones

Brazil is one of the major countries that produce precious gems and minerals. For centuries, Brazil has been known for rich deposits of gold, diamonds, and other variety of gems including aquamarine, amethyst, chrysoberyl, citrine, emerald, opal, tourmaline, and topaz (especially imperial topaz).
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Brazil Travel Guide and Tourism Information

As South America’s largest country, and the fifth largest country in the world, Brazil certainly has plenty to offer. Its’ fabulous beaches are what attract many tourists every year, while festivals like the Rio Carnival bring thousands of extra visitors to experience this colorful, world renowned event.
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Mouth of the São Francisco River Travel Guide

The São Francisco River is a river in Brazil with a length of 3,160 kilometres. It is the fourth largest river system in South America and the longest river wholly within Brazil.
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Amazon Rainforest Travel Guide

The Amazon rainforest, also known as Amazonia, is one of the world's greatest natural resources.
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Biodiversity Treasure of Bahia's Whale Coast

One of Brazil's top natural attractions, the Abrolhos Marine National Park encompasses four of the five islands which make up the Abrolhos archipelago: Redonda, Siriba, Sueste and Guarita. One of the islands (Santa Bárbara), which holds the Abrolhos lighthouse, is under the jurisdiction of the Brazilian Navy.
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Espírito Santo Travel Guide

If you're one of those people who thinks that Brazil has only the Rio de Janeiro to show it's time to meet more of its wonders: Espírito Santo! Espírito Santo is one of the smallest states in Brazil and is characterized by a diversity of tourist attractions are very close, for example, the "Route of the Sea and Mountain ", since in less than an hour away you can hear beautiful beaches high temperaturesprevail and places where shelter is essential.
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Iguassu Falls Travel Guide

The work Iguaçú means "big water" in the tupi-guarani etymology. The Iguaçú river, which forms the Falls eighteen km before the river meets the Paraná river, overcomes a ground unevenness and plunges 65m with a width of 2,780m. Its geological formation dates back to approximately 150 million years.
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Lenҫóis Maranhenses Travel Guide

Lenҫóis Maranhenses (Maranhão Sheets), the name perfectly describes the dunes here, which look like enormous sheets billowing in the region's powerful wind. Infact, that very wind built these 50-meter (165-foot) dunes, which spread over 100 kilometers (62 miles) of coast and push 50 kilometers inland.
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Corumbá MS Travel Guide

Situated on the south bank of the Rio Paraguai, by a broad bend, 15 minutes from the Bolivian border, Corumbá has long been considered the best starting point for visiting the southern part of the Pantanal.
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Belo Horizonte Travel Guide

Belo Horizonte is the 3rd largest city in Brazil coming after Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. You'll find this city at about 2/3 of the way from Brasilia to Rio.
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Pantanal Travel Guide

The Pantanal Wetlands in Brazil Almost 10 times the size of the Everglades and the world's largest freshwater wetland, the Pantanal serves as a lush reservoir which thousands of species of exotic plants and a highly concentrated, diverse mix of animals call home.
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Inland of Paraíba Travel Guide

Paraíba's interior, which alternates mountain ranges with sertão, is one of the most prosperous inland areas in the Northeast. It is home to the second largest city in the state, Campina Grande.
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Sertão Travel Guide

The sertão, where rain is scarce and irregular, average temperatures are high, and the vegetation (called caatinga) is adapted to such tough conditions. Roughly speaking, the sertão is the area to the west of Arcoverde; Serra Talhada, Cabrobó and Salgueiro are important cities of the sertão. Petrolina, although also in the semi-arid zone, has benefited from the irrigation of the river São Francisco, and has become an important center of irrigated agriculture.
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Piauí Travel Guide

Piauí sets itself apart from Northeast's other states in many ways, and chief among them is that it is the least maritime of the bunch. It is th e only northeastern state whose capital is not located by the sea.
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Beach Culture of Rio de Janeiro

For Brazilians, swimming costumes are an internationally renowned institution. For the ladies, there are the ultra-tiny dental-floss bikinis (the fio dental), and for the gents, the ultra tight and fairly small Speedo swim shorts (sungas).
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Costa Verde e Mar Travel Guide Santa Catarina

The Costa Verde e Mar (emerald coast) region is located in the center-north part of the state of Santa Catarina and boasts inumerous options of leisure and entertainment, exuberant natural beauties, typical and theme gastronomy, varied cultural manifestations and much more.
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Coast of São Paulo Travel Guide

The Brazilian coast between Rio de Janeiro and Santos (São Paulo) is one of the most interesting and beautiful regions in the world: many bays with wonderful beaches and islands, mountains with the Mata Atlântica (Atlantic Rain Forest), historic towns and indigenious villages, still not known to international tourism yet.
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Nudist Beaches in Santa Catarina

If you are a fan of clothing-optional beaches, then you won’t want to overlook Praia do Pinho when trying to plan a Brazil escape.
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