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Brazil is the biggest country in South America. Due to historical reasons, the ethnic composition of Brazil is very complicated, but people of different ethnic and colors live together harmoniously, and bloom numerous music and dancing art. Brazil is the “Coffee Kingdom” as its coffee production accounted for more than 75 percent of the world's total output, so why now buy some coffee!

Tour Code: WT-Brazil 04
9 Days Journey of Brazil: Sao Paulo - Foz Do Iguacu - Rio de Janeiro - Brasilia - Manaos

Departure: Daily
  • Day
    Arrival in Sao Paulo

    After arrival in Sao Paulo by an international flight, you will go to check in a hotel and rest for the remaining day.

  • Day
    Sao Paulo - Foz Do Iguacu

    Today, you will have a city tour of Sao Paulo, including the St. Pauls Cathedral and the Royal Garden. Then take a bus to visit the Financial Avenue, known as Brazil’s Wall Street, and then go to visit the Statue of Explorer and Monument of Peoples Heroes. You will fly to Foz Do Iguacu in the evening and rest at hotel on arrival.

  • Day
    Foz Do Iguacu

    This morning, you will visit the world’s largest hydroelectric station and dam - ITAIPU and watch some video materials about its construction and overlook the friendship of Brizil and Paraguay. In the afternoon, you will drive to Iguazu Falls, one with the largest span in the world, visit a waterfall cluster combined of 275 waterfalls, then come to trestle road along cliff by elevator. You can also experience the grandeur of vertical pouring water wall and roaring waves. Those who are brave enough can join in the venture of crossing The Devils Throat, by motorboat (at your own expense). It is thrilling watching the water column pour down from high in the sky and whirling in turbulent waves.

  • Day
    Foz Do Iguacu - Rio de Janeiro

    You will fly to Rio de Janeiro and then visit the exterior of the football field with the largest guest capacity, take a look at footmark stand of famous football star, visit seaside road, the monument of martyr during World War II and sky-laddered-shaped cathedral.

  • Day
    Rio de Janeiro

    Today, you will drive to the Jesus Mountain, take picture with Christ the Redeemer, and gain a distant view of the sixteen-kilometer-long President Costa Silva Bridge. Later you will pay a visit to H.STERN, the second largest jewel-processing centre in the world. A video will play there to introduce the process of jewel mining, polishing and facture to expand your knowledge. At dusk you will go to the famous sea beach COPACABANA to enjoy the blue sky with white clouds, coconut palms and appreciate the charm of sea as well as the beautiful Atlantic scenery. For dinner, you will enjoy delicious Brazilian barbecue.

  • Day
    Rio de Janeiro - Brasilia

    Take a flight to Brasilia in the morning. Upon arrival, you will pay a visit to Three Powers Square, National Congress Building, the Crystal Palace of Dawn, Foreign Affairs Buildings. At the gate of Presidential Palace, you will watch Guard Battalion’s lower of flag ceremony. Then you will check in a hotel after dinner.

  • Day
    Brasila - Manaos

    You will step on the 204-meter-high TV Tower by elevator to watch plane-shaped full view of Brasila. Then proceed to visit the memorial hall in memory of the deceased presidents KUBSTCHEK, the sunny classroom blazed with colorful glasses, Sword-Handle Soldier Monument. After dinner, you will fly to Manaos.

  • Day

    Today, you will first drive to the harbor and board on a motorboat to watch the wonder of the confluence of the Negro Rivers dark water and the Amazon Rivers muddy brown water. Then head to the swamp to take pictures with animals and visit the artwork market. Lunch will be served in the aquatic restaurant. Later you will take dugout canoe to explore the mystery of primitive tropical rainforest, where you can get closer to nature and experience the primitive life lead by the American Indians.

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    Manaos - Departure from Sao Paulo

    This morning, you will pay a visit to the Indian tribes. Then you will drive to the Manaos free trade area, the largest foreign trade port in Brazil to visit Praca da Saudade and Mercado Adolpho Lisboa. After the visit, you will get to the airport and take flight home.