We Love —
- An unforgettable tour of Brazil's highlights including Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, colourful Salvador!
- Spend 7 or 10 nights on a thrilling private tour, soaking up colonial architecture, fascinating cultural lures and a year-round party atmosphere!
- Stay in some beautiful four-star hotels throughout, where local colourful culture and modern luxury combine.
- Our members will be able to add-on an array of optional excursions including a tour of downtown, historical Salvador; a sugar loaf tour or a tour of the Iguazu Falls from the Argentinian side!
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Carefully selected by our experts especially for you
Your Destinations —
From the Iguazu Falls to the capitals of Brazil: Salvador de Bahia and Rio, this will be a truly unforgettable journey that allow you to fully experience the Samba Country
Discover energetic Rio, spectacular Iguazu Falls, colourful Salvador and all the idyllic beaches and cities along route!
Our Offers —
2 nights in Iguazu
2 nights in Salvador de Bahia
4 nights in Rio de Janeiro
2 nights in Iguazu
3 nights in Salvador de Bahia
5 nights in Rio de Janeiro
Your Itinerary —
This UNESCO World Heritage Site sits on the border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay on the Iguazu River and is a truly magnificent sight to see. Feast your eyes on this expansive natural wonder where you will be entranced by the sheer power and volume of these glorious cascades. Explore the rainforest and various plantlife that inhabit the National Park as you take in this incredible offering of nature.
Salvador de Bahia
Away from the hustle and bustle, discover the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where European, African and Amerindian cultures seamlessly blend together. This is where you'll find the brightly coloured houses of Pelourinho, where you can walk the cobbled streets and discover its tumultuous past of African slavery.
Rio de Janeiro
The home of Samba and the Caipirinha cocktail, Rio de Janeiro has an unmistakable party atmosphere all year round, which you can't help but be infected by! One of the Seven Wonders of the World is the magnificent Christ the Redeemer, a beautiful sculpture in the top of Corcovado Hill that is one of Rio’s most famous postcards.
Your Tour Hotels —
Our members will stay at the following hotels in a Standard Room with an included Breakfast.
Salvador de Bahia: Monte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador 4* or similar
Rio de Janeiro: Windsor Leme Hotel 4* or similar
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Your Optional Excursions —
Half Day Iguazu Falls (Brazilian side)
Set off to begin your Iguassu Falls trail in Brazil. Here, the trail is about 1400 meters long and has some steps along the way. Guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the falls and get to go on a catwalk which takes you to the middle of the Iguassu Falls!
Full Day Iguazu Falls (Argentinian side)
To get to the Argentinian side of the waterfalls, cross the Tancredo Neves Bridge over the Iguassu River and after passport control, head inside the National Park of Iguazú, in the province of Misiones.
You will then take an ecological train to get to the suspended trails over the Iguazu River. To note, there are two train stations and three individual trails that our members can visit.
At Cataratas station, you will have access to the upper trail and a flat 650m walk, which offers a fantastic view. You will also have access to the lower trail, which includes a 1700m walk with a few steps. This trail takes all guests to the area where yuo can enjoy a boat ride on the Argentinean side.
Bird Park & Iguazu Falls
Located near the Iguaçu National Park, the Bird Park is a theme park aimed at the conservation and breeding of animals. Nowadays, it is considered the largest in Latin America.
Combine this visit with a trip to the falls and get to enjoy 16 hectares of native forest - home to approximately 900 birds and 150 different bird species!
Here, there are also butterflies, marmoset monkeys, crocodiles, pythons, and hummingbirds.
Half Day Historical Salvador
The tour highlight is the Pelourinho District - the biggest colonial architectonic ensemble in Latin America and one of the most important 17-18th century complexes in the world.
The Elevador Lacerda, and the Belvedere nearby, provide a privileged view from the Upper and the Lower City, and the variety of houses and narrow streets builds interesting angles and perspectives. Every single corner offers a different breathtaking view. Let’s not forget the beauty of the churches, such as the São Francisco Church, the Cathedral, and Our Lady of the Black Men Rosary Church.
Your tour ends in the Pelourinho Square, where you can still visit the Jorge Amado Foundation.
Half Day Panoramic Salvador
Next, visit the Bomfim Church, scenery of a Feast which is considered the heyday of bahian religious syncretism.
On the way, in the Ribeira district, enjoy delicious tropical fruits ice cream (optional).
Finally, a visit a traditional handcraft market named Mercado Modelo.
Half Day Sugar Loaf Tour
Drive along the famous beaches to Praia Vermelha (Red Beach) in the Urca district, where a cable car ascent is made in two stages to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain.
The modern cable car whisk guests (capacity 75 pax's) in a 3 minutes ride to the Urca Mountain midway station where the gardens and lookouts invite guests to linger and take in the magnificent surroundings before embarking on the second and final leg of the ride to the peak of Sugar Loaf.
Here, at 1.300 feet, the crescent of the Atlantic ocean beaches come fully into view.
Half Day Corcovado
This train excursion takes you to one of the true wonders of the world, which is the 120 foot statue of Christ the Redeemer atop the Corcovado Mountain. Drive through the Laranjeiras residential district and quaint Cosme Velho to the Corcovado train station where guests will board the cogwheel train for a 15 minute ride up the mountain to the statue's base.
Once there, at an elevation of 2,400 feet, guests will marvel at the construction sculpture features and outstretched arms spreading above the spectacular panorama of Rio de Janeiro; the beaches, the Guanabara Bay, buildings and bridges - fanning out in a magnificent 360 degree panoramic view.
*The train station will be closed by the end of the year to be refurbished.
Full Day City Centre Tour & Santa Teresa
You will travel through the second capital city of Brazil after Salvador.
Colonial Rio, Imperial Rio and Republican Rio: The visit starts with the São Bento Abbey, which was built in 1590, and the Candelaria Church where construction started in 1630. You will then pass by the France-Brazil House before reaching Praça XV Square.
On the square, head to the Paço Imperial which is an old residence of the Royal Governor as well as the Tiradentes Palace, which hosts the state of Rio de Janeiro lower house. Last but not least, the Cinelandia square is where you will see the Municipal Opera House; the Municipal Assembly, the National library and the Museum of Fine Arts.
With its old mansions, cobblestone pavement and twisting streets, Santa Teresa is one of the most picturesque districts of Rio. Many of these 19th century houses are now occupied by artists. In Santa Teresa you will see many little handicraft shops and restaurants of all kinds, among which the Bar do Mineiro that sells a famous cachaça.
During your walk through this ageless district, you will learn the colorful story of the Parque das Ruinas and admire a wonderful panoramic view of Rio de Janeiro.
Your Journey —
Flights: The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.
Transfers: Private transfers are included.