Brazil is already famous for its spectacular beaches, splendid cities, and now the host of FIFA world cup 2014, and later the Olympics. So, just get ready to explore this wonderful destination and its great culture. Fly to this magnificent and sensational countryside during FIFA and catch the nation in its most colorful mood. And, do make sure to make the most out of your escape to Brazil and catch up with some of its world famous and head turning attractions as listed below :
The mesmerizing gushing Iguazu falls are situated on the border of Brazil & Argentina. These falls makes as one of the most spectacular sights and is the best place for include in your evening city tour. The awesome waterfalls that gush down into the Iguazu River from a 3 km high cliff is one of the most enticing waterfalls in the world. Adventure seekers can also enjoy kayaking, hiking and rafting here.
Constructed from 1922 to 1931, the 40 m high Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro on the Corcovado peak is one of the most prominent monuments in the entire world. Board a cogwheel train and ride through the dense rainforest up to the summit, which offers the most spectacular overlooking views of Rio de Janeiro. The statue was considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world from 1931 until it was topped by the Christ the King statue of Poland. Statue of Christ the Redeemer is a symbol of the Christianity in Brazil and has become an icon of the city and nation.
Pedra Bonita is a stunning granite hill at an elevation of 2,283 feet, in the Tijuca National Park near Rio de Janeiro. Famous among trekkers and adventure seekers, the Pedra Bonita offers astounding overlooking views of São Conrado and Barra da Tijuca, Zona Sul, Pedra da Gávea, and Christ the Redeemer.
If you wish to catch up Brazil in the totally lifted spirits and in the party mood, then you must pay a call during the Brazilian Carnival. The annual carnival that is hosted in between February-March invites party lovers and holidaymakers from all over the over. The carnival features grand public parades comprising samba dance performances, scantily clad models grooving gracefully, and various street performances. Travelers can enjoy these larger than life parades in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Vitoria, with a great crowd.
The Lencois Maranhenses National Park situated in the north-eastern region of Brazil is a panoramic attraction comprising sand dunes and freshwater lakes. Sprawled over a total area of 150 square km, the sandy national park receives a lot of rain and is a total amazing sight to the visitors. The valleys in between the dunes collects water and creates blue lagoons that give this sandy landscape an exciting look.