The 10 best destinations to enjoy the nature in Brazil


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Brazil has a large biodiversity that attracts tourists from around the world, many of them seeking to take a rest or getting into contact with nature.

This biodiversity includes beautiful beaches, preserved forests and parks with the most inspiring landscapes.

There is a large supply of air routes, which allows to reach destinations within a few hours and make the most of every moment of the trip.

Below is the list of top Brazilian destinations for those looking to enjoy nature.

 

Bonito

Bonito

Bonito is a city located in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, about 265km away from the capital Campo Grande.
The city offers entertainment for all. In the city visitors can enjoy diving and extreme sports, meet beautiful waterfalls and make trails along the famous Bodoquena Mountains, where you can admire the unique flora and fauna.
The best time to visit is from May to January, since the incidence of rainfall is lower.

 

Pantanal

Pantanal

Pantanal is a savanna that has the most part of it flooded. It has over 250.000km² in length and comprises the southern state of Mato Grosso and northwest of Mato Grosso do Sul, as well as areas of Paraguay and Bolivia.
Besides having a varied vegetation, is one of Brazil’s regions with the richest faunas.
The climate is hot and humid. Here also should the rainy season be avoided, which starts on February and ends on April.

 

Chapada Diamantina

Chapada da Diamantina

The Chapada da Diamantina is undoubtedly one of the most famous eco-tourism destination in Brazil. To reach there is necessary to travel to Lençóis, Bahia.
In the region you can enjoy all the freshness of a waterfall bath and explore caves and trails. Very famous in the region is the Pati Valley, with the most incredible landscape of Chapada.
The temperature is good during the whole year. From August to October it presents a very dry time. The rainy season starts in November and lasts until March.

 

Foz do Iguaçu

Foz do Iguaçu

The National Park of Iguazu Falls is located on the border between Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. In Brazil you must fly to the city of Foz do Iguaçu.
The Park, enchants all those who like to enjoy natural spectacles. The more than 200 waterfalls of the Iguazu River can reach 90 meters and are viewed from above, from the various walkways and gazebos available in the park. The visitor can also venture into boat or helicopter ride. The rafting is another alternative for those seeking extreme experiences.
Well worth is a visit during the rainy season, when the water volume is larger (October to April).

 

Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is located at 545 km from the coast of Pernambuco.
The archipelago is famous for presenting environmental preservation. The location is one of the best for diving spots in the world and also offers other attractions like natural pools, boating and hiking. Besides tourism, the islands received many researchers because of the Tamar project, which aims to protect sea turtles.
The temperature is good all year, but holiday seasons should be avoided as prices of airline tickets are expensive.

 

Jericoacoara

Jericoacoara

Jericoacoara is a beach located in the municipality of Jijoca de Jericoacoara, State of Ceara about 300Km from the capital Fortaleza.
It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil and has already been on the list of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.
Great place for those seeking tranquility, along with surreal landscapes and perfect weather.
The city can be visited all year round, because even in the rainy season there are hot and perfect days to enjoy the beach.

 

Lençóis Maranhenses

Lençóis Maranhenses

The National Park of Lençóis Maranhenses is located in the northeastern state of Maranhão, about 260Km from the capital São Luís.
The park has a unique natural beauty, formed by a mangrove ecosystem, sandbanks and dunes. Guests may also enjoy the dune fields ride and bathe in the ponds formed therebetween.
The region has two distinct seasons: Rain from January to July and dry from August to December.

 

Jalapão

Jalapão

The Parque do Jalapão is located in the eastern region of the state of Tocantins.
It is one of the main routes for the practice of ecotourism and adventure tourism. The region is a place of permanent discovered in a transition forest between the cerrado and caatinga, with waterfalls, crystal clear rivers, rapids, large plateaus and rock formations of varying colors and shapes.
The temperature of the region is great during the whole year.

 

Amazônia

Amazônia

Located in northern of Brazil and involving other neighboring countries, is considered the largest rainforest in the world.
It is ideal for those seeking fellowship with nature destination. In some regions it is possible to camp in the woods or staying in an Indian tribe. The biodiversity of the region is the richest in South America and has a unique fauna in the world.
During the rainy season, from October to February, the river can increase volume and invade the forest, so worth avoiding this season.

 

Cambará do Sul

Cambará do Sul

Cambará South is located high in Campos de Cima da Serra, northeastern Rio Grande do Sul region.
The region has one of the most fascinating Canyons of Brazil, as well as trails and breathtaking landscapes. The town is very quiet, highly recommended for those seeking peace linked to living with nature.
The climate is a crucial factor because it may interfere on the view of the canyons and even access to the park, so it is worth checking the forecast before visiting the region.
Source:
http://redeglobo.globo.com/globoecologia
http://guiaviajante.tamnasnuvens.com.br
http://blog.voeazul.com.br

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