After over a month of travelling all over Brazil, here’s my top 10 travel tips on visiting that country.
Archive for August, 2008
Salvador is the cultural heart of Brazil - so should you visit? How safe is it? Where should you stay? Here’ some travel tips.
One of Bahia’s, indeed Brazil’s, top travel destinations, the island of Morro de Sao Paulo usually conjures up images of a laid back holiday destination with coconut palmed beaches and a buzzing nightlife scene for those that seek it. Sounds amazing eh…Well it’s not. After spending three weeks exploring North Brazil’s beaches, both my girlfriend […]
The Chapada Diamantina is one of Brazil’s (indeed South America’s) top hiking and outdoor activities destinations. The 1500 square mile National Park is a beautiful region comprising of Lost World style table top mountains, gorges, waterfalls, huge caves and crystalline lakes and bathing pools. Lencois is the main access point to the Chapada Diamantina, and […]
Praia do Forte is Bahia’s premier beach vacation destination - however there’s plenty of great alternatives a little further North along the coastline from Salvador.
Said by most Brazilians to have Brazil’s most beautiful beaches, Fernando de Noronha is an odd, undeveloped island, and probably not what you’d expect. Here’s some extensive travel tips.
Brazil’s coastline North of Natal is pretty, and sparsely developed tourism wise, while the coastline to the South is even more beautiful, and more geared towards tourism - in a good way. There are various destinations to choose from, two of the most popular include Pipa and Tibau do Sul - which suits you […]