Brazil, with large cities and leafy jungles, mighty rivers and an Atlantic coast famous for its magnificent beaches, Brazil is a happy and fiery country where the most traditional tourism meets fun, which allows you to enjoy its Sun and its People, its rhythm and its flavor.
With more than 8.5 million km2. It is the fifth largest country in the world both in size and in population with its more than 190 million inhabitants throughout its territory. It is located in South America bordering Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay to the south, Bolivia and Peru to the west, and Guyana, Venezuela, Suriname and Colombia to the north. To the east, the Atlantic Ocean is the one that gives fame and life to this country that lives on its enormous tourist popularity.
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Located in the highlands of Brazil, Brasilia was installed in 1960 as the capital of Brazil. Juscelino Kubitschek, the former president of Brazil, ordered the city to plan and develop into what some refer to as a utopia.
Lencois Maranhenses National Park
On the northern shore of Brazil, in the state of Maranhão, is the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park: an area of about 1,500 km2 of white dunes and blue lagoons, undoubtedly one of the most incredible places in Brazil. Despite being a desert, its rainfall is abundant (about 300 times more than in the Sahara) forming pools of water, home to various species.
Located 60 kilometers south of Recife, Porto Galinhas is one of the most famous beaches in Brazil. Its natural pools and coral reefs with a wide variety of fish make it a popular beach destination. In Galinhas it is very common to walk to where the baobabs (brought from Africa) are or to walk the historical routes such as the Trilha 2 Escravos.