South Americas Largest Country
Brazil has captivated travellers for centuries and its palm tree lined Atlantic coastline boasts some of the most stunning tropical beaches in the world. With 7,000 kilometers of soft white sand, year-round sunshine and some of the friendliest people on earth, Brazil has turned into one of the premier tourist destinations on the planet.
It is not by accident that every year Brazil hosts one of the largest and most exotic parties on earth; Brazilian people take their downtime very seriously. With carnivals, dance music festivals and the famous samba, Brazil really is a great place to see! Perhaps, this is why Brazilian people are famous all over the world for their hospitality and good nature.
Dazzling beaches, majestic waterfalls, red-rock canyons, and crystal-clear rivers are all part of the country’s natural beauty. With 55,000 different plants and one tenth of all living species on earth, Brazil is considered to have the greatest bio-diversity of any country on the planet and lets not forget, one in every five breaths you take comes from the Amazon rain forest.
Brazil isn’t just about stunning natural beauty, it is also currently the world’s eighth largest economy and it is growing at a tremendous rate. Brazil’s economic buoyancy is the real success story of the 21st Century and is considered the rising star of the BRIC economies.