Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Discover Brazil
News, Information, Images and more daily on Brasil.
News, Information, Images and more daily on Brasil.

Post has attachment
#Brazil set for largest #Amazon restoration project ever - aiming to recover 30,000 hectares by 2023

A major initiative has been announced that will seek to reclaim 30,000 hectares of degraded area within the Brazilian Amazon over the next six years, making it the largest restoration project ever seen in the region.

Post has attachment
#Brazil Choses ‘Bingo – The King of the Mornings’ as its Foreign-Language #AcademyAward Submission

Produced by Gullane, and co-produced by Warner Bros., ‘Bingo’ marks the directorial feature debut of renowned editor Daniel Rezende

Post has attachment
This Modern Brazilian Brewery Is Extremely Wavy

A large brewery dubbed “Ateliê Wäls,” in Olhos d’Agua, #Brazil was recently completed by Brazil-based design firm, Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associados.

Exuding minimalist sensibilities with contemporary flair, the design is punctuated by a large sculptural wood roof, while including a restaurant, shop, office, wine cellar, beer factory and an outdoor area for food trucks.

Post has attachment
AccorHotels unveils plans for three hotel complex in São Bernardo do Campo, #Brazil

Well-known as one of the main industrial centres in Brazil, ABCD region has a strong presence of large companies in the automotive and petrochemical sectors.

As a result, the cities of Santo André, São Bernardo do Campo, São Caetano and Diadema attract investments and currently have the fourth highest GDP in the country, according to IBGE.

Post has attachment
If you're seeking for a place that defines #luxury and true relaxation, look no further than Villa del Palmar at the Islands of #Loreto.

This is paradise, indeed!

Be updated on the hottest #travel trends by following World Travel Awards on #Instagram:

Post has attachment
She's a star! #GiseleBündchen sports a stellar printed tank top as she arrives in #Brazil for Rock In Rio music festival

She is one of the most famous, and highest-earning, supermodels in the world.

And Gisele Bundchen looked every inch the catwalk queen as she made a glamorous arrival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the Rock In Rio music festival on Thursday.

The model, 37, showed off her toned arms in a star-print tank top as she landed by helicopter in her native country.

Post has attachment
Terrifying tourist attraction in #Brazil 'swallows' travelers whole

You probably couldn’t pay me to do this but travellers are loving this weird tourist attraction in Brazil where you get “swallowed” by rocks.

Pedra Que Engole, which roughly translates to “Swallow Rock," is a rock formation with a small waterfall above a river in Trindade, about 170 miles south of Rio de Janeiro.

Post has attachment
Travel for the love of music and dance! Visit UK, Budapest, #Brazil and Geneva

Ever heard of Music Tourism or Music Festival Tourism? Considered a new tourism driver in destinations that are keen on offering newer, off-beat themes, this new musical wave is now here to ride.

Post has attachment
We love this photo of blogger Jessica Stein taken at the beautiful Piazza Del Duomo in #Italy. 🍷🇮🇹

Follow World Travel Awards on #Instagram ( to stay up to date on the latest travel trends.

Post has attachment
The best things to do in Manaus, #Brazil

Manaus, Brazil, is a city of 1.8 million people surrounded by 2 million square miles of Amazon jungle more than 1,500 miles from Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Though it doesn't get as many tourists as those two cities, Manaus is a gold mine of brightly colored architecture, riverfront views and world-class eating, minus the huge crowds.

At the turn of the 20th century, Manaus was the center of a lucrative global trade in rubber. Today, it's the gateway for thousands of tourists seeking Amazon jungle adventures at the many lodges outside the city.

Yet there's still only one road in from the more populous areas of Brazil -- a tortuous 540-mile stretch of dirt and asphalt called the BR-319, which runs from the city of Porto Velho. Most visitors arrive on daily flights from Azul, a low-cost Brazilian airline which was started in 2008 by David Neeleman, who is also the founder of JetBlue and of Brazilian descent.
Wait while more posts are being loaded