Welcome to Brazil!!!!
The Destination Rio de Janeiro State, has one of the most beautiful – and perhaps less known – coastlines in Brazil. Throughout its coast, there are beautiful beaches for all audiences.

With more than 2,000 beaches that stretch along Brazil’s shoreline and more than 1,000 islands dot the Atlantic Ocean within the country’s limits, a trip to the beach is a must do while in the country. While many of them are densely populated, many are preserved ecological sanctuaries.

The Amazon River and Rainforest and Iguaçu Falls are the most famous natural attractions in a country that has 62 National Parks and hundreds of conservation areas.

Brazil proudly holds several records for its wildlife numbers and diversity. This was a result of the urgent need to preserve endangered natural treasures and has inspired a surge in ecotourism and responsible travel initiatives. This effort is making it possible for more travelers to enjoy Brazil in a sustainable way and preserving the best of Brazil for local communities.

For hundreds of years, Brazilian culture has been in the making for people with very diverse ethnic and cultural heritages. A glorious mix of diversity is imprinted in the culture that has resulted in purely Brazilian items, celebrations, and traditions such as the bossa nova, capoeira, and the yellow soccer jersey.

Strong cultural resilience also sustains, for example, for the people of indigenous origin as well as African-Brazilians, who are reaffirming their sense of identity through their rich culture.

With so much diversity, it’s safe to say that the people who have created Brazil are, as a rule, friendly to foreign tourists.