Classic Brazil (Flights not included)

FOZ DO IGUAZU / RIO DE JANEIRO / SALVADOR DE BAHIA

9 days

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8 nights
Classic Programs
Brazil
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Classic Programs
Brazil
  • Day 1 Foz do Iguazu IN
  • Day 2 Foz do Iguazu
  • Day 3 Foz Do Iguazu / Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 4 Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 5 Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 6 Rio de Janeiro / Salvador de Bahia
  • Day 7 Salvador de Bahia
  • Day 8 Salvador de Bahia
  • Day 9 Salvador de Bahia OUT

Useful Information

  • Guaranteed departure by 2 participants
  • Groups of maximum 15 pax
  • The services of professional English speaking guides in each city. 
  • Visit the Argentine side. The waterfalls have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO Visit to Santa Teresa, a delightful and much admired neighborhood thanks to its various colonial buildings and churches, its parallel streets and its famous ateliers. Visit with Samba theme. Visit the Academicos hangar da Grande Rio, one of the main samba schools in Rio de Janeiro.
  • Visit to Corcovado. In the city, wherever you are you can see the statue of Cristo Redentor, symbol of Rio. 
  • Visit the Sugar Loaf, and have the most spectacular view of the city, nestled between the sea and the mountains. 
  • Visit the Brazilian waterfalls. The Brazilian side has the best panoramic view of the falls 
  • Typical Brazilian dishes  
  • Visit the Upper City and Lower City, Salvador is divided into two parts: developed at the base and on the top of a hill of about 100 meters. Many narrow streets, trams and elevators connect the two parts. 
  • Free time to discover the cities on your own. 

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Foz do Iguazu IN

Foz do Iguau is a unique and irresistible destination in the world. Iguazu is more attractive than anyone can imagine. There is much more to see than just Iguazu Falls. There is the incredible Itaipu Bio National Hydroelectric Power Plant. In this place which is located on three borders: Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay; you live an experience of cultural and social integration every day, as many as 57 different ethnic groups coexist in harmony here. I arrive.

Arrival (with morning flight), reception by our assistant and transfer to the city. 

Lunch in a restaurant located in the park. Departure by private bus for the guided tour of the Brazilian waterfalls. Walking tour on the boardwalks to admire the view of the waterfalls. The Brazilian side has the best panoramic view of the falls. 

 

Optional : PANORAMIC VISITI OF THE ITAIPU CENTRAL = usd 75 p/pax 

HELICOPTER OVERFLIGHT optional = usd 180.- p/pax ( 10 min) 

 

Dinner not included 

Overnight stay at the VIALE CATARATAS**** or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 2 Foz do Iguazu

Breakfast at the hotel. 

Visit to the Argentine side. The waterfalls have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In terms of quantity of water they are the largest in the world, surpassing even the much more famous ones of Niagara and Zambezi. The Iguazu Falls are made up of 275 waterfalls that fall from 250 feet, crashing onto the rocks. 

Lunch at the El Fortin restaurant, located in the Park 

 

Optional: GRAN AVENTURA (1h30) a small safari in the jungle followed by navigation on rubber dinghies along the lower part of the Iguazu river, where you will have the thrill of getting close to the waterfalls 

Usd 99.- p/pax 

 

Dinner not included 

Overnight stay at the VIALE CATARATAS**** or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 3 Foz Do Iguazu / Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast at the hotel.. 

Transfer to the airport. 

Flight to Rio de Janeiro (not included) 

Rio's spectacular beauty is unparalleled. A metropolis full of glamour, kissed by the sun, bordered by beautiful, wide beaches and surrounded by mountains. Yet once upon a time this city was a colonial settlement famous for being an important port from where shipments of gold, precious stones and coffee departed. Today it is the beaches that identify Rio and its culture defined as vibrant, joyful and exotic. Each beach has its own "flavor": from the Great Lady of Copacabana, with its volleyball nets and its outdoor cafes, to the seductive Ipanema; from São Conrado to the modern and expensive Barra da Tijuca. 

Arrival at the airport, reception by the guide and private transfer to the centre 

Departure to visit Santa Teresa by microbus (the streets are narrow). Santa Teresa is a neighborhood located on a hill in the middle of Rio's lively center. The main symbol of Santa Teresa is its "Yellow Tram" which runs through the entire neighborhood. Santa Teresa is much admired thanks to its various colonial buildings and churches, its parallel streets and its famous ateliers. 

Lunch at the Armazem São Joaquim restaurant 

In a bohemian and informal atmosphere of this charming neighborhood of Santa Teresa, you will find this restaurant, decorated in wood, rock and with Afro-Brazilian samba themed decorations, a welcoming and pleasant staff will serve you exquisite dishes that will make you appreciate gastronomy local. Customers will have the opportunity to eat one of the most famous and typical national dishes: Feijoada, made of black beans, pieces of pork, rice, among other specialties. a tasty and traditional food that traces its origins to ancient slaves. Today it is a very popular Brazilian dish. 

Departure from the restaurant for half a day with Samba theme. 

Arrival at Cidade do Samba. 

Visit the Academicos hangar da Grande Rio, one of the main samba schools in Rio de Janeiro. The history of this music so typical of Brazil and Rio will be explained! Presentation of costumes and the possibility of wearing them to be photographed. 

Tasting a caipirinha. Duration: 1h30 

Dinner not included 

Overnight stay at the AMERICAS COPACABANA Hotel**** or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 4 Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast at the hotel 

Visit to Corcovado. In the city, wherever you are you can see the statue of Cristo Redentor, symbol of Rio. Located at 710 meters high, right on the Corcovado mountain, this statue was inaugurated in 1931. The visit begins in the Cosme Velho neighborhood, from where the train that takes you to the statue of Christ leaves, after a journey through the Tijuca forest, the largest urban forest in the world. Once you arrive you enjoy an extraordinary panoramic view of the whole of Rio, including the Sugarloaf Mountain, Guanabara Bay, the beaches of the southern area and the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon. 

Lunch not included. 

Free afternoon. 

 

Optional: HD TOUR 

City tour Rio Colonial – we visit the narrow streets and historic buildings of downtown Rio, the Candelaria, Praça XV, the “Travessa do Mercado”, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Sambódromo. We continue with a visit only from the outside of the most famous and largest stadium in the world: Mario Filho, better known as Maracanã. Built in 1950 to host the World Cup which was held in Brazil. 

Base 02: usd 65 p/pax 

 

Dinner not included. 

Overnight stay at the AMERICAS COPACABANA Hotel**** or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 5 Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast at the hotel 

Walk through a local market where fish, exotic fruit, sugar cane juice and other typical specialties that you can taste. 

The day continues with a visit to the Sugar Loaf, which you arrive after taking two cable cars. The first cable car takes passengers to Urca Hill, which is about 215 meters high. From here you take the second cable car to reach the top of the Sugar Loaf (395m) and have the most spectacular view of the city, nestled between the sea and the mountains. Watching the sun set over Copacabana is a truly magical experience. 

Free lunch 

Free afternoon to relax on Copacabana beach 

 

Optional: Dinner in a churrascaria + entry to the Rio Scenarium (open from Wednesday to Saturday) 

Base 02: usd 150 p/pax 

 

Dinner not included 

Overnight stay at the AMERICAS COPACABANA Hotel**** or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 6 Rio de Janeiro / Salvador de Bahia

Breakfast at the hotel 

Transfer to the airport.  

Flight to Salvador (not included) 

Cradle of sugar cultivation in its first hundred years, the city owes its economic development to the search for gold and diamonds from the mines in the interior of the country. After Lisbon, Salvador was the second city of the Portuguese empire, distinguished by its numerous churches overflowing with gold and its magnificent colonial buildings and its festivals. 

Capital of the State of Bahia, Salvador is today the most African city in Brazil. Here the syncretism between Catholicism and African rituals imported by ancient slaves is expressed in festivals, processions, music and cuisine. It is impossible to resist the temptations that this city offers: a tropical environment and a culture rich in traditions and festivals. 

Arrival at the airport and transfer to the city center.  

Lunch at the Uaua restaurant: you will taste the famous moqueca, a typical specialty of the Bahia State, prepared with fish, coconut milk and palm oil. 

Salvador is divided into two parts: Cidade Baixa ancid Cidade Alta – developed at the base and on the top of a hill of about 100 meters. Many narrow streets, trams and elevators connect the two parts. 

Beginning of the visit to the Upper Town, the ancient city, which houses the major monuments where it is possible to admire the richness of its Baroque architecture, a permanent source of discovery. The richness of Salvador's religious past is why today the city is called "the city of 365 Churches". Guided tour of the upper city, where visitors will have the opportunity to visit the Plaza de Pelourinho, the place where slaves were punished in ancient times and which today is the place with the largest number of examples of colonial architecture and the growing cultural renaissance such as the Church of Nosso Senhor de Bomfin and the church of San Francesco. 

Dinner not included. 

Overnight stay at the VILA GALE SALVADOR hotel or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 7 Salvador de Bahia

Breakfast at the hotel. 

We continue with a visit to the Cidade Baixa (lower city). Salvador developed on the base and top of a hill, which is why it is naturally divided into Cidade Baixa and Cidade Alta. The traditional buildings of the city are flanked by modern constructions, all enclosed in perfect harmony. This contrast between colonial and futurist architecture creates a pleasant variety of backgrounds, with a single common theme: color. 

You will also have the opportunity to visit the beautiful Mercado Modelo. 

Free lunch 

Time available to discover this magnificent city. 

Dinner not included. 

Overnight stay at the VILA GALE SALVADOR hotel or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 8 Salvador de Bahia

Breakfast at the hotel 

Day off. 

 

Optional: Full day Schooner cruise to the Baía de Todos os Santos. (Shared service). 

The immense bay is one of the largest on the Brazilian coast, a wonderful landscape. 

This tour allows visitors to explore the enchanting islets surrounding the bay, with their white beaches and dense vegetation. 

Lunch in a restaurant on the Itaparica island 

Return to Salvador in the afternoon. 

Base 02: usd 165 p/pax  

 

Dinner not included. 

Overnight stay at the VILA GALE SALVADOR hotel or SIMILAR hotel. 

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Day 9 Salvador de Bahia OUT

Breakfast at the hotel 

Free morning. 

Hotel check out time 12.00 (noon) 

Airport transfer (without guide)  

 

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