In 2012 I made a trip organized by https://www.erlebe-brasilien.de/ it was one of the best travel experience. The German travel agency organize everything you need for a trip trough Brazil.
You can choose diffrent modules where you want to go or just book one of the predefined routes.
I made my own route. The only thing I had to do was sending an e-mail with my preferred destinations. I started in Zurich and took a plane to Rio de Janeiro. From Rio I went to Sao Paulo (Flight)-> Fortaleza (Taxi) -> Buzios (Taxi)-> Jericoarara (Transfer and flight)-> Rio de Janeiro -> Zurich. Everything was well organized and I never had to wait for my transfer. The hotels were perfect, comfortable and central.
For 14 Days I payed around 900€ for the transfers and hotels. The flight from Zurich to Brazil was more expensive then the hole trip in Brazil. I spent 1200€ for the flight.
Brazil is one of the world’s most charm place. A stunning country of powdery white-sand beaches, rain forests and wild, rhythm-filled metropolises.
I have seen towns that are frozen-in-time like Buzios, wonderful landscapes in Rio de Janeiro, the thundering waterfalls of Iguazú and peaceful tropical islands like Jericoacoara.
Brazil’s has an awesome biodiversity: You can drive for 10 km and the landscape changes like magic. Legendary in scope, it has the greatest collection of plant and animal species found anywhere on earth.
If you like adventures you have to visit Brazil. Go on a kayak and float trough the forests in the Amazon, ascending rocky cliff tops to breathtaking views, whale-watching off the coast, surfing beside palm fringed beaches and snorkelling crystal clear rivers or coastal reefs – all part of the great Brazilian experience.
But if you are more into the prospect of doing nothing, Brazil is perfect for sinking into warm sands and dive into a glorious stretch of beach with a caipirinha (Brazil’s national cocktail) in your hand.
Wherever there’s music, you will feel the rhythm of Brazil. Whether dancing with Cariocas at Rio’s atmospheric samba clubs or following powerful drumbeats through the streets of Fortaleza.
The Brazilians say ‘Deus e Brasileiro’ (God is Brazilian). How else to explain the loveliness and diversity of the most stunning country I ever travelled.