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0 Eco-Tourism in Brazil: Foz do Iguaçu

Foz do Iguaçu is a city in the extreme west of the state of Paraná, in the southern region of Brazil. With about 250,000 inhabitants, its economy is based on tourism, attracting about 1.7 million tourists a year to visit its attractions and tourist spots, among which the best known are the Iguaçu Falls and

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil- Amazonia

With a territory that covers nine countries, it is home to the largest biodiversity on the planet: there are more than 40 thousand species of plants, 1,300 species of birds, 3 thousand types of fish, 430 different mammals, and 2.5 million species of insects! besides being very important for life on the planet, it is

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil- Amazonia ASMR

I was thinking what should I writte about Amazon rainforest. But I believe I dont need explain the general details because I know – actually I really hope so!- that all or most of the people know the importancy of this ecosystem.   As a start, I would like to introduce you a very relaxation

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil: Lençóis Maranhenses

  Lençóis Maranhenses is one of the most magnificent destinations in our country. Its desert dunes combined with the crystalline water lagoons form a unique landscape! It is located in the state of Maranhao, North of Brazil. The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a total conservation unit. It has an area of more than 155

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil: Chapada dos Veadeiros

The Chapada dos Veadeiros, located in the interior of Goiás, is known for its mystical climate and stunning landscapes. One thing is a fact: Chapada is passionate, and always makes you want to go back, or maybe not even leave!   Chapada is known as the capital of mysticism. In the last decades several alternative

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil: Jalapão

Well, Jalapão, or rather Jalapão State Park, is located in eastern Tocantins and has a total area of 34,000 square kilometers – it is land that never ends. With incomparable natural beauty, Jalapão is located in the heart of Tocantins. Here’s how to get to this destination that is conquering the most adventurous travelers.  

1 Eco-tourism in Brazil: Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is a very well kept and organized island, with breathtaking landscapes and a crystal blue sea. Not to mention the island’s good vibe: friendly and welcoming people, delicious restaurants, and movie-like sunsets! In this post you will read the main tips for planning a trip there and our 7-day Fernando de Noronha

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil: Pantanal

Ok, are you prepared for that!? We are talking about the largest floodplain in the world, in the west part of oBrazil. It is there that life explodes in natural colors. Beautiful forests, rivers, lakes, an abundant and wild fauna. The Pantanal attracts tourists from all over the world to get to know the Brazilian

0 Eco-tourism in Brazil: Bonito

You need to know this paradise destination that is Bonito! During your trip you will be in constant contact with nature, which is a great way to relax and enjoy the moment in complete introspection. Bonito is located in Mato Grosso do Sul: How to get to Bonito? Despite being small, Bonito has an airport

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