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On day 1 we take you to Manaus that is embedded within the great Amazon Forest. This city has 1.5 million inhabitants and is the capital of Amazons, which is also the largest state in Brazil. You can visit the city?s natural beauty and ecological parks. You will get to cruise in two different rivers at the same time and get to know the meaning of ?Meeting of the Waters? of Solimones and Negro rivers. Later, we will take you to the biggest Botanical Garden in the world where you can see innumerable constructions of architecture, see the Amazons Theatre or visit the river beaches.
Later in the day you will be escorted to Amazon Ecopark Resort. You will be welcomed with local juices and then taken to Amazon Rainforest. Amazon Ecopark has 60 apartments in 20 bungalows that are made of wood. The accommodation is beautifully decorated with night lights and other decorative objects.
After you have had some rest, we take to to visit the Monkey Jungle. It is a rehabilitation center for primates.
We offer a buffet We offer a buffet dinner at the hotel with a number of options of chicken, fish, beef, salads, vegetables and fresh fruits.
Before you go to sleep it is a must to visit night tours in Canoes and spot some alligators. These alligators can be spotted easily as they have shiny eyes similar to red lights. This journey would take around one hour.
One day 2, after you finish your breakfast you will be heading towards to Amazon Jungle. You can enjoy hiking in the Amazons. You will be guided by guides and military officers who have complete knowledge on survival skills in the jungle. You will be allowed to trek in the jungle in the morning and afternoon. You can stop for lunch at programmed work stations. Lunch would consist of soup, chicken, sandwiches and fruits.
AAfter a short rest, you will be taken to see the houses of local Amazon people called caboclos. Our guide will be with you for providing more information on the traditions and customs of caboclos.
After finishing breakfast, you will have to check out and head to the Airport for your next flight to Rio de Janeiro. After you arrive at Rio, you will be taken to the hotel and given spend the day at leisure in the hotel or enjoy some of the city?s well known beaches.
After having breakfast at your hotel, you will be taken to Sugar Loaf. It is one of the most beautiful cities of the world. There are two mountains that can be reached via a cable car and offers breathtaking views of the city. You can enjoy dinner later in the evening at Amir Restaurant.
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It is now time to check out and go to the Airport to take the flight to Foz De Iguazú (IGU). Once you arrive Foz De Iguazú, you will be taken to the Viale Cataratas Hotel hotel .
After departing from your hotels, you will be taken to pass through the Brazilian countryside and enter the Iguassu National Park. You can see the Iguassu Falls that are on the border of Brazil and Argentina. Once you complete your walk, we bring you back in a helicopter. This is a ten minute journey that takes you over the forest area and the Iguassu Falls.
After breakfast you will have to head to the airport to take a flight back home.
Brazil is a country where tourists can enjoy the scenic beauty during the day and a vibrant atmosphere during the nights. Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil offering a unique mixture of natural wonders along with modern amenities. Streets, beaches, rainforest covered mountains and culture attract a lot of tourists from across the world. People travelling to Rio de Janeiro visit Corcovado that is located in the Tijuca National Park. This is where you can find the Cristo Redentor ? Christ the Redeemer that is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. The most beautiful pictures are generally taken early in the morning before the crowds start to arrive. If you want a different view of the statue, you can go to the Sugarloaf Mountain and ride on the cable car. You will not only enjoy watching the statue but also the panoramic views of the beaches, city and the rainforest.
Rio de Janeiro is filled with Portuguese, English and French architecture and has the most charming churches and palaces. It is also home to the seventh largest library in the world ? Biblioteca Nacional. It is ultimate party destination that attracts many of the carnival-goers. It is believed that the annual Brazilian festivals are the best in Rio. Samba beats, vibrant parades and ostentatious costumes add life to the city. This carnival happens in the month of February and goes on for five days that ends one day before Lent.
In Rio you can spend relax at the Ipanema Beach. Tourists generally sit back sipping a fresh coconut or a caipirinha and see Brazil?s most beautiful waves going up and down across the white sands. Travellers who love sports can play the game of footvolley, which is a Brazillian blend of football and volleyball frequently played on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro.
Ouro Preto: This is one of Brazil?s best-conserved colonial towns. Ouro Preto means black gold. It instantly became the epicenter of a new gold rush in Minas Gerais. The city has well maintained Portuguese colonial architecture along with modern buildings. Tourists should visit the 18th and 19th century churches that are decorated using gold. You can also see the sculptured works of Aleijadinho that has made Ouro Preto one of the most admired tourist attractions in Brazil.
Teatro Amazonas: It is also called the Amazon Theatre, which is an opera house situated in Manaus – within the heart of the Amazon Rainforest. It was built using materials from all over the globe, like furniture from Paris, marble from Italy, and steel from England. The outer side of the building has a dome that is decorated with 36,000 ceramic tiles painted in the colours of the national flag of Brazil.
The first performance was given on January 7, 1897, with the Italian opera La Gioconda. The opera house was closed down soon after however as the rubber trade declined and Manaus lost its main source of income. There wasn?t a single performance in Teatro Amazonas for 90 years until 1990 when it reopened its doors.
Fernando de Noronha: This place has the most beautiful beaches, landscapes and wildlife. It is located around 354 km off the north-eastern coast in Brazil. Only the largest of the 21 islands are inhabited with a population of around 3,500 only. People looking out to spend their time in water sports such as snorkelling or scuba diving can enjoy their holiday here.