Brazil:-Vibrant-cities-and-thundering-cascades-

1-6,Rio De Janeiro

Iconic and recognisable the world over, Rio de Janeiro’s bay front setting in the shadow of Sugar Loaf Mountain is a destination to be found on many a bucket list. Its beaches evoke a colourful past: Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon all attract tourists by the thousand. Visit during the riotous carnival to experience this playful city in full-on party mode.

2h05m to Iguacu Falls

7-11,Iguacu Falls

Dramatic Iguacu spills over its sheer drop where Argentina and Brazil meet tiny Paraguay. Jet boats pirouette at the base of the Falls, but for the best view, take to the skies in a helicopter and see the 300 or so different drops cascade majestically into the river below.

5h35m to Natal

12-16,Natal

Founded on December 25, 1599, Natal, a Brazilian city bordering the Atlantic, is famed for its wondrous beaches, historical sites and nature reserves. The Historic Centre of Natal has been declared a national heritage site, containing many historic art deco, colonial and neoclassical buildings. One of the most attractive is the French style Teatro Alberto Maranhão, built in 1898.

1h34m to Pipa

5h35m to Natal

17-21,Pipa

Blessed with some of the most beautiful beaches Brazil has to offer, Pipa offers great surfing, ever-present dolphins, and impressive cliffs. Boating, fishing, natural reserves and exciting night life compete for your attention in this laid back community of fishermen and entrepreneurs.