Enjoy a panoramic tour of Recife and Olinda. See beautiful historical buildings including the Casa da Cultura, a 19th century building that was once a prison and is now a centre for regional culture with craft stores and local delicacies.
Enjoy this shared tour while you browse the handicrafts of the market town of Cararu and eat lunch at a lodge inside the world’s largest open-air theatre, Nova Jerusalém.
Explore the beautiful architecture of Igarasu, one of Brazil’s earliest colonial towns, home to the oldest church in Brazil. Then head to the island of Itamaracá where beautiful beaches and water sports await you.
Enjoy a variety of beautiful marine species as you swim the peaceful waters of this genuine fishing village. Take Jangada Fishing Raft Tours over the reefs and buggy trips down the beach.
Jeep Tour through the southern sugarcane planting region of Pernambuco. Stop at a traditional Manioc Mill for fresh sugarcane juice tasting before reaching the Primavera Waterfalls.
Experience the beauty of Buzios in a unique way, from an open air trolley stopping at beautiful beaches and scenic points to give you an overview of the spectacular peninsula.
The city of Petropolis is located 60 km away from Rio and it has been called the Imperial City since the Emperor Pedro II.
Enter the Tijuca Rain Forest on an open jeep where is possible to see the contrast between the Stone jungle and a tropical forest in the middle of a big city.
Enjoy a view of the city from the ground before riding a series of cable cars for a truly panoramic view of the entire area from high above at Sugar Loaf.
From beautiful vistas and iconic locations, to some of the communities that have helped make this city the melting pot that it is, you’re sure to find Rio a captivating and complex place that can steal your heart forever.
Journey through the dense Atlantic Rain Forest of Tijuca, to the Christ Statue on Corcovado mountain.
This is a different and unique walking tour designed to give you a feel for the legends and stories woven through the narrow streets and old historical buildings of downtown Rio.