Brazil is a must see!

The 2016 Olympic Games put so many spotlights on Rio de Janeiro and gave the entire world an insight into the beauties of Brazil. If you have no idea why Brazil should be a country to visit, you may just continue to read this piece for top reasons why you should visit Brazil.

Brazilian Beaches

There are over 2000 beaches that stretch along the shoreline of Brazil and over 1000 islands that dot the Atlantic Ocean within the limits of the country. Going to the beach is one of the things you’ll enjoy the most when you go to Brazil, as a matter of fact, it is important you go to the beach. Fortunately, many of these beaches are densely populated, and many are also preserved ecological sanctuaries.

Brazilian People and Culture

For a century now, Brazilian culture has always been in the making for people with diverse ethnic and cultural heritage. There is this rich mix of cultural diversity that has been imprinted in the country’s culture which yielded Brazilian celebrations, traditions like bossa nova, capoeira, and their flashy yellow soccer jersey.

Natural Wonders

The most popular natural attractions in this country with 62 National Parks and abundant conservation areas are the Amazon River and Rainforest and Iguacu Falls.

The Brazilian Cuisine

The unique Brazilian BBQ has earned itself some attention from different first-rate restaurants around the world. Nevertheless, BBQ isn’t the only popular Brazilian food, superb and amazing chefs that have been inspired by the miscellany of regional traditions and native cooking ingredients are presently writing a brand new chapter in the book of Brazilian food.

If you want to have a deep connection with the country’s diversity, the best way to do so is by going to food festivals or a real Brazilian restaurant.

Celebration and Events

Many travellers have been able to discover that Reveillon- the Brazilian New Year is just as much fun as the carnival. Also, the carnival being a countrywide celebration draws so much attention in addition to celebrating leaders of Olinda, Recife, Rio, and Slavador. Other events and festivals in the country include: St. Vito Festival, Festas Juinas, and Festa do Divino, Semana Santa.

 

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