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Experiences

The Diversity of Brazil

With environments varying from the dynamic, energetic streets of Rio to the expansive wetlands of the Pantanal and the dense Amazon Delta, Brazil’s incredible range of experiences awaits you.

When to go:
April – October

Venture off-the-beaten track into the luscious Brazilian Pantanal, the world’s largest wetlands, harbouring the highest concentration of wildlife in South America. Discover the myriad of wildlife and novel fauna on game drives, horseback and in kayaks, all providing distinctive ways to appreciate the beauty of this magical region. Assist in collaring jaguars for a completely bespoke, once in a lifetime experience. Alongside scientists and conservationists you will track, sedate and collar one of these mysterious and mesmeric creatures in order to aid conservation efforts.

Not to be missed is a trip to Rio de Janeiro, unlike any other city in the world, with its bustling streets, vibrant nightlife and epic surrounding landscapes. With a local guide, explore ground level by venturing into the cosmopolitan core of the city to learn about its cultural heritage before taking to the sky in a helicopter for an aerial view of the world-renowned statue of ‘Christ the Redeemer’. No trip to Rio would be complete without visiting the iconic beach of Ipanema, overcrowded with a contagious energetic atmosphere, the beach is filled with sports, music and cocktails.

Stepping away from civilisation, visit Manaus where an Amazon survival experience awaits you. Led by a team of ex-army officers, learn how to make a fire, source food and build a shelter; a truly authentic experience that will prove to be a test of your most basic instincts.

Straddling the border between Brazil and Argentina lies the Iguazu Falls, the world’s longest waterfalls, a truly spectacular natural wonder, spanning an immense 2.7km. Follow walkways, exposing you to the force of the falls from different angles, as you listen to the crashing sound of the water from above, before taking a boat ride into the action, zipping through rapids and under the falls, as you experience the full force of the water showering down upon you.