4 * hotel


11 days / 10 nights

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Ideal combination for the first time visitor to Brazil. Excellent to get a resume of what this country is about and start planning further trips to explore its diversities. Rio de Janeiro, Foz do Iguaçu and São Paulo, have it all: nature, culture, beaches…

Rio de Janeiro, commonly referred to simply as Rio, is the capital city of the State of Rio de Janeiro, the second largest city of Brazil, and the third largest metropolitan area and agglomeration in South America, 6th largest in the Americas, and 26th in the world... . It’s the most visited city in the southern hemisphere and is known for its natural settings, carnival celebration, samba, Bossa Nova and less but not least its beaches. Rio is inhabited by a colorful mixture of European, African and native peoples. They are a friendly bunch and are always ready for a chat and a cold beer. Rio has a tropical climate with an average temperature of 26C.  

Foz do Iguaçu makes up the border with Argentina and Paraguay, but its main attraction is without any doubt the majestic waterfalls. The Falls of Iguaçu are classified world heritage by Unesco since 1986 and are a must for the nature lover. They are the most impressive waterfalls in the world and also the biggest and are the result of the confluence of the rivers Parana and Iguacu. The water body plunges  65 m. deep, over a 4 km wide geological crack where it comes thundering down with an ear deafening sound  into a natural amphitheater. Foz do Iguacu has a sub-tropical climate with temperatures that can plummet to -5C during the European summer and that can reach as high as  40C during the European winter.

Sao Paulo, the world’s most densely populated city after Tokyo and Mexico City, counts an estimated 11 million citizens, forty times more than a century ago. On weekends, that number can decrease to about a third, as the ‘Paulistanos’ retreat en masse to the tranquility and leisure of their summerhouses along the coast or their ‘fazendas’ upstate. It’s population is made up of mainly European immigrants who arrived over the last 2 centuries; it has the largest community of Japanese exiles in the world as well as a multitude of Brazilian ‘opportunity’ migrants from all parts of the country, mainly the northeast. Although not as exotic as other Brazilian cities and regions, Sao Paulo today is the business hub of Latin America and certainly worth a visit. Sao Paulo has a sub-tropical climate with average temperatures of 20C.

Day 1
Arrival Rio de Janeiro
Arrival at the airport, meet and greet by our guide and transfer to Windsor Leme hotel OR similar. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 14h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 2
Corcovado and beaches (4hrs)
After breakfast, pick up by your local guide for visit of the famous Corcovado Mountain. Towering 700 meters above the city, with Christ the Redeemer on top, the Corcovado offers a 360 degree view of the ‘Cidade Maravilhosa’ that is simply breathtaking. Once our visit of the Corcovado is finished our bus will take us for a panoramic visit of Rio’s most exquisite beaches; Sao Conrado, Leblon, Ipanema, Copacabana. Overnight.
Day 3
Free Day
Breakfast and free day for leisure. Overnight.
Day 4
Sugar Loaf and city center (4hrs)
After breakfast our guide will pick you up and we will head for the Sugar loaf. We will than take the cable car and enjoy the wonderful aerial view of Copacabana beach and downtown Rio de Janeiro. We continue the morning with a panoramic visit of downtown Rio, Cinelandia, its Imperial Palace, the Sambadrome and Maracanã stadium. Overnight.
Day 5
Free Day
Breakfast and free day for leisure. Overnight.
Day 6
Flight to Foz do Iguaçu
Breakfast and transfer to the airport for your flight to Foz do Iguaçu. The duration is about 2 hrs. (Direct flight) and upon arrival you will be greeted by your local guide who will accompany you to Wyndham Golden Foz do Iguaçu hotel OR similar. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 14h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 7
Brazilian Falls (4hrs)
After breakfast, transfer to the National Park to visit the Brazilian side of the falls. Located on the border of 3 countries - Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, the Iguaçu falls, classified by Unesco as `World heritage`, are a must see for those passionate about nature. Upon arrival in the National Park the guide will walk you towards the Brazilian part of the falls. You will have a chance to see the approximately 280 falls that cover Brazil and Argentina from several points. The majority of the falls are on the Argentinean side, but the spectacle is definitely Brazilian. There is enough free time to take magnificent pictures. Overnight.
Day 8
Free Day
Breakfast and free day for leisure. Overnight.
Day 9
Flight to São Paulo
Breakfast and transfer to the airport for your flight to São Paulo. Upon arrival, meet and greet for your local guide and transfer to Radisson Paulista hotel OR similar. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 14h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 10
Panoramic City Tour (4hrs)
Breakfast and a tour along São Paulo's most representative sights. The tour begins with the presentation of the Ibirapuera Park, one the biggest green areas of the city, also including a stop for pictures taking of the Monumento às Bandeiras, the State Congress and the Obelisk of São Paulo. The route follows by chic streets of the Jardins neighborhood, reaching the famous Paulista Avenue, where we are going to highlight its economical, historical and cultural importance. In the sequel, we will meet important constructions such as the Copan and Italia buildings, with a visit to the viewing spot located on the top floor (only available in accordance to the time, weather conditions and tour length). Afterwards, we will take an optional walk along the Vale do Anhangabaú Square, Municipal Theater, the City Hall, the Pátio do Colégio (place where the city was founded), so as the Saint Benedict Monastery and the gorgeous Sé Cathedral. Ending, we'll present the Liberdade neighborhood (the oriental quarter), finalizing at the Luz Railroad Station, which comprehends the Pinacoteca Museum, the Holly Art Museum and the amazing Municipal Market. Overnight.
Day 11
Departure flight
Breakfast and transfer to the international airport of São Paulo for your outbound flight. Our guide will assist you with your check in formalities.

  • All ground transportation
  • Accomodation
  • Private guide and transportation
  • Entrance fees
Not Included
  • Domestic and international flights
  • Meals
  • Extras and tips
  • Rates are not valid for Reveillon, Carnival, Champions Parade, Easter and National Holidays.

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