Flights to Brazil
Nobody parties quite like the Brazilians. Home to the biggest carnival in the world, Brazilians know how to have a good time. Whether you’re lying on the beach or dancing the night away, there’s never a dull day in Brazil.
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from Sydneyto Rio De Janeiro (Galeao A C Jobim Intl)
from Sydneyto Sao Paulo (Guarulhos Intl)
from Melbourneto Rio De Janeiro (Galeao A C Jobim Intl)
from Melbourneto Sao Paulo (Guarulhos Intl)
from Brisbaneto Rio De Janeiro (Galeao A C Jobim Intl)
from Brisbaneto Sao Paulo (Guarulhos Intl)
from Adelaideto Rio De Janeiro (Galeao A C Jobim Intl)
from Adelaideto Sao Paulo (Guarulhos Intl)
Brazil’s stunning coastline stretches for thousands of kilometres ‘from Oiapoque to Chui’ along the Atlantic Ocean. Put on your SPF and take a coconut down to the CopacabanaOpens external site sands where you can lounge back and watch the volleyball players. With tropical temperatures and stunning sunsets, the beach is a must for every traveller.
No trip to Brazil is complete without a trip to Christ the RedeemerOpens external site. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, this colossal statue stands 38m tall atop the Corcovado Mountain, looking over the city of Rio de Janeiro. Take a gondola to Sugarloaf MountainOpens external site or visit the hilltop Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, there’s plenty to do and see in Brazil.
The Brazilians certainly know how to have fun, and with carnivals all through the calendar, there is plenty of opportunity to join in the fun. From the biggest (and most exuberant) CarnivalOpens external site in the world, to the muddy and eccentric carnival in ParatyOpens external site, the party never stops.
Brazil is a nation of immense proportions. Home to some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, there is plenty to see outside of the city, like a visit to one of the seven natural wonders, the Iguazú FallsOpens external site.
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