8-Nights Brazil Beach and Culture: Rio de Janeiro, Ilha Grande and Paraty
Brazil Beach and Culture
Delve into Brazil's beautiful Costa Verde, traveling from lively Rio de Janiero, to the quiet natural paradise Ilha Grande, and on to historical Paraty. Experience the culture of Brazil in each of these diverse locations, while getting the opportunity to enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches in South America.
- 3 Nights Rio de Janeiro
- 2 Nights Ilha Grande
- 3 Nights Paraty
- All Ground Transfers
- Corcovado & Sugar Loaf Tour
- Rio Cooking Class
- Boat Tour
- Historical Walking Tour
- Waterfalls & Cachaça Distillery Tour
- Daily Breakfast
8 nights from $4250 per person
Supplier: Avanti Destinations
Rio de Janeiro
Brazilians say that God made the rest of the world in six days, and devoted the seventh to Rio. The jagged Sugarloaf rises from dark blue Guanabara Bay, with legendary beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema in the foreground, forested mountains behind. This great city has an enticing atmosphere of samba and fun, and its locals are as joyous as they are beautiful.
This island off the southern coast offers the best of tropical Brazil in one compact area (300 km sq). Ilha Grande offers more than a hundred pristine beaches, a extensive network of hiking trails through its lush interior rainforest, and rumors of buried pirate treasure. Especially recommended is the trek to the ghost town of Praia da Parnaioca, once a fishing village.
The entire city of Parati (Paraty) is considered a national monument as it was deemed by UNESCO to be one of the world’s most illustrious examples of Portuguese colonial architecture. A virtual museum within a tropical paradise, it is located southeast of Rio de Janeiro. The streets are lined with beautifully whitewashed buildings and many have colorfully painted trim. Motorized vehicles are forbidden on the majority of the narrow, cobblestone streets, so you can wander freely, absorbed in the tranquility and meticulously preserved architecture. Highlights of this quaint city include numerous churches, in particular the Portuguese Baroque-style Church of Santa Rita, built around 1720. Once all of the city’s beauty is explored, take some time out for a leisurely stroll along the shore or dine at any of the waterfront restaurants serving locally caught fish. There are also several shops in the historic area catering to local artisans and merchants.
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