Living in the largest and liveliest country in the South America, the Brazilian people like to live life to the full – you just have to look at the pictures of Carnival to see that. But then who can blame them for being so happy when you see where they live. So, follow the captivating samba rhythms along beautiful beaches, through vast tracts of magical rainforest passing through some of the world’s most biodiverse landscapes to thrilling, effervescent cities – Rio is the Cidade Maravilhosa after all.     

Brazil at a Glance

We all enjoy a good fact or two - here are a few useful ones about Brazil:

GMT -2
time difference
11.5 Hours
flight time
No
visa
Brasilia
capital city
200 Million
population
Real
currency

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Brazil offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?

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