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‘What Kind of Weather Can I Expect When I Tour Brazil?’

One of the biggest challenges of traveling is packing. And knowing how and what to pack depends on knowing what kind of weather you will find once you arrive at your final destination. If you are planning to tour Brazil in the fall — or at any time of the year, for that matter — you should know that due to its tropical and subtropical climate, Brazil generally has warm weather all year round. Winters in Brazil Unlike many parts of the US and the UK, winters in Brazil tend to be...

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Soccer and Brazil: A Love Story

When Brazil hosted the 2014 FIFA World Cup, it was the culmination of a long-standing love affair between the people of this football-obsessed South American country and the sport they love. With five national victories, Brazil currently holds the record number of victories in the World Cup tournament. It’s also the only national team to qualify for every single World cup in the tournament’s history. Brazilian Soccer Players Rule the World Thre are more than 10,000 Brazilians...

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Rio 2016 confirms start date for Olympic Torch Relay

On the day that Rio de Janeiro officially marked one year to go until the 2016 Olympic Games, the Rio 2016 organizing committee announced the dates for the start of the Olympic Torch Relay next year. The torch will be lit in the Greek city of Olympia, the birthplace of the Ancient Olympic Games, on 21 April 2016 before being handed over to Rio 2016 organizers on 27 April after a tour around Greece. On 3 May, the Olympic Torch Relay – will officially start in the capital city of Brazil,...

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You May Be Surprised by What’s Being Grown in Brazil

As the largest country in South America, Brazil is one of the largest exporter of agricultural products in the world. The country currently is the world’s largest exporter of sugar cane, coffee, and soybeans. Brazil also is the world’s largest exporter of ethanol — a fuel made from soybeans — as well as frozen chickens. ‘Breadbasket of the World’ Brazil gained its reputation as the “Breadbasket of the World” thanks to the success of the...

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See Active and Extinct Volcanoes When You Tour Brazil

If you are interested in seeing nature’s wild side, you have to schedule a visit some of South America’s most scenic active and dormant volcanoes when you tour Brazil. In terms of world tectonics, the country of Brazil is located in the center of the South American plate. Unlike Chili and other countries located on the continent’s western edge, it is largely not a part of the volcanic “Ring of Fire” that circles the upper and lower Pacific Ocean. And while there...

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Brazil Is Surfing’s Hidden Paradise

When most people think about world class surfing, there are a handful of locations on the globe that immediately spring to mind. These include Oahu’s famous North Shore, the Great Barrier Reef off of Australia, and the South Indian Ocean in Thailand. Even Malibu in Southern California and Baja California are famed for their waves, even if they aren’t in the same category as the others. But if you are looking for great surfing and incredible waves that most surfing enthusiasts...

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Have Fun But Play It Safe When You Tour Brazil

Brazil is one of the most rewarding of all countries to visit. With its lively Samba music, the spectacular beaches, exotic jungles, and breathtakingly gorgeous people, there’s something for everybody when you tour Brazil. Still, it’s helpful to be cautious whenever you travel, but especially when visiting a foreign country. While you are certain to have a wonderful time and meet many fun and interesting people, it’s a good idea to keep your wits about you at all...

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Go to Many Different Airports

When booking your next trip to Brazil, one of the first decisions you will have to make is which airport to fly into. Brazil has three major cities: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo and Brasilia. All three have international airports with daily flights from the US, UK and elsewhere around the globe. Rio de Janeiro’s Airports Most of the travelers from the US and the UK fly into either Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paolo. Like most of the rest of the city, Rio’s biggest airport revolves around the...

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‘Can I Gamble While I Tour Brazil?’

Many of the forms of gambling that are common in the US, UK, and other countries are illegal in Brazil.  There are no legal casino, sports books, or Off-Track Betting parlors. But that’s not to say that Brazilians don’t love to gamble. If you like to play games of chance, there are still plenty of opportunities for you to do so when you tour Brazil. Casino Gambling While casinos remain illegal in Brazil, many of the cruise ships that dock in Brazilian ports have casinos on board....

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What Travel Documents Do I Need to Tour Brazil?

If you are a citizen of the United States and are planning to visit Brazil, there are a number of important documents that you will need. A tourist visa can be obtained from the Brazilian Consulate found in most major cities. To receive your travel visa, you will need your passport, a recent passport photo, and a completed Brazilian visa application. Documents to Bring You also should print a copy of your travel itinerary and make a copy of your plane tickets, e-ticket, or onward travel...

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