The Brazilian landscape is immense and complex, with interspersed rivers, wetlands, mountains, and plateaus adjoining other major features and traversing the boundaries of states and regions. It is the largest country in South America and is the most populated. Brazil’s attractions extend from frozen-in-time colonial towns to extraordinary landscapes of dense forrest, tumbling waterfalls and beautiful coral islands.
Brazil is known as a place for carnival, music and celebration, especially in its major cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. The food, drink, culture and entertainment are world-famous, as are the luxurious destination hotels and venues to entertain in.