You’d need a pretty extensive colour wheel to capture the full spectrum of South America. The continent tends to manifest its passion and bravado in visible ways.
There’s that flash of Quechua pink and purple in Peru, a swirl of Argentine crimson or the eye-popping glitter of Rio’s...
Brazil Travel Tours & Trips
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Trips & tours in BrazilPrice$ 0Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil2 daysWikipedia says, "legend has it that a serpent god planned to marry a beautiful woman named Naipi, but she fled with her mortal lover in a canoe. In a rage, the serpent god...Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay17 daysBuenos Aires to Rio = a pretty freaking great trip. Try the world’s best steak in Buenos Aires, explore the cobbled streets of Colonia, chill at the beach in Montevideo,...Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador83 daysUnlucky in love? Out for revenge? Need a cure for hayfever? Get your coca leaves read, buy a spell or pick up a dried llama fetus (ideal for sacrificing) at the Witches'...Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay48 daysFrom the Pacific to the Atlantic, this trip is designed for those with a truly adventurous spirit! By the time you arrive at the sandy beaches of Rio, you’ll have...Countries visited: Brazil3 daysLet your hair down and embrace the infectious rhythm of samba, born out of Rio de Janeiro at the end of the 19th century. Characterised by a syncopated rhythm and rapid steps danced on a quarter of a beat, any couple...Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay29 daysToast with a terremoto in Santiago then fist pump your way around the dventure capital of Pucon. Tango through BA and try not to kill a radio star in Montevideo. South America, it...
Why we love Brazil
Brazil. It’s so big that the working title for Japanese mega-monster film Godzilla was actually Brazilla. Fact.*
Brazil is the hugest, brightest, partyingest, rulingest place you’re likely to visit - buckle up, kiddos, because there’s loads to do.
You can lobster it up on Ipanema beach, fall for the Iguazu Falls, lose yourself in Paratay, scream yourself hoarse at the soccer, tangle with the jungle, soak up the Ilha Grande, eat enough churrasco to wipe out whole species, hydrate with many, many caipirinhas, snack on acarajé, party in Rio, then party some more.
Detox by hiking Sugarloaf Mountain, if you’ve got the energy.
*Not actually a fact
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From our Blog
You’d need a pretty extensive colour wheel to capture the full spectrum of South America. The continent tends to manifest its passion and bravado in visible ways.Read on...
You've danced, shimmied, strutted and grooved your way across the Sambodrome. You've made new friends, eaten incredible street food, marvelled at the gorgeous Brazilian dancers and sworn you would go on a diet the minute you get home.
But the Carnival is over. So now what?
Glenyce Johnson is the Managing Director of Peregrine, and she's also one of our most passionate travellers. Glenyce has been to over 100 countries, and her next big challenge will be to tackle the Camino Trail in Spain next year.
I sat down to chat with Glenyce and was swept up in her world of...Read on...
When great wine producing countries spring to mind, you'll probably start with France and Italy. But what about South America? Home to some fantastic wines, you can be sure of distinctive flavours and excellent food to match.
Wine tourism is taking hold in South America, and and wine...Read on...
Guest blogger Marissa Cooke thinks there's no better time to plan your next escape than in the countdown to Christmas holidays.
To help your mind wander (even if you can’t!), she's created her own version of the 12 Days of Christmas. It goes a little something like this…...Read on...
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