Brazil luxury travel - colorful, young, sporty and creative
Brazil offers so much more than Rio de Janeiro and its Copacabana. Dive deep into this incredible land, experience the spectacular natural spectacle of the "meeting of the waters" when the blue Rio Negro meets the brown Amazon.
Follow the stream deep into the tropical rainforest and go in search of pink dolphins. Go on a discovery tour through the picturesque Olinda and the bohemian districts of Salvador de Bahia.
Relax in the bohemian lifestyle on Trancoso's dream beaches or in the exclusive diving paradise of the Fernando de Norhona archipelago. Live in extraordinary accommodations: deluxe jungle lodge, luxury Amazon cruiser, exclusive boutique hotel or in ultimate privacy in a stylish beach resort.
Brazil is the most geographically diverse travel destination in South America, from rainforests to beautiful beaches, from mountains to colonial cities, from dunes to wetlands. Extreme landscapes, friendly people and their diverse cultures.
A rich nature and wildlife, numerous world heritage sites, lively cities and a lively, happy and pulsating lifestyle make Brazil an unforgettable experience.
Brazil will delight and surprise even the most seasoned travelers. It is a rare gem of a land waiting to be explored. Unforgettable Journeys gives you access to its treasures and exotic experiences to seduce and fascinate you.
Luxury travel Brazil. Brazil - wild and casual. Experience unforgettable moments. Barefoot luxury, active and relaxed. Travel like Dr. Julia Malchow.
Feel the adrenaline rushing through your veins when you encounter one of the great Brazilian big cats, the jaguar, in their natural habitats with the help of a wildlife specialist.
The fantastic region of Porto Jofre is ideal for discovering the elusive and impressive jaguar.
While following the jaguars, you can spot other interesting wildlife such as monkeys, giant otters and numerous species of birds from the well-equipped boats.
The expertise of our guides about the Pantanal ensures that you are shown the most beautiful areas of this almost endless wetland.
Have you ever thought of seeing Rio from a completely new angle on a panoramic flight?
Fly over stunning Rio de Janeiro for a bird's eye view of the city's top landmarks, beaches, and bays.
Enjoy breathtaking views of the famous statue of Christ, the Sugar Loaf and the famous beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana.
Rio de Janeiro is not just about heavenly beaches and samba goddesses.
It's also a city where street art is celebrated. Walk along the banks and discover, for example, the largest mural in the world.
A Guinness World Record and the legacy of the 2016 Rio Olympics. The work shows a Tajapo boy from Brazil, a Mursi woman from Ethiopia, a Kayin woman from Thailand, a Supi man from Northern Europe and a Huli man from Papua New Guinea.
They represent the common ancestors of mankind, the indigenous people of America, Asia, Europe, Africa and Australia.
The multitude of impressive buildings and streets clearly shows that Ouro Preto - just like Triadentes, one of the best preserved historical cities - is a legacy of the golden age of Brazil.
Step back in time and wander through Mariana and the narrow streets of Ouro Preto, Tirandentes and Sao Joao Del Rey.
Visit churches with gilded decorations and end the day with dinner while you are accompanied by a private violinist or learn how to prepare the traditional “pao de queijo”.
Explore the great rivers of the Amazon on board a luxury yacht, immerse yourself in the local culture and learn about all of the hidden gems of this unique rainforest.
On board you can enjoy a wide range of sports equipment as well as a 24-hour service with a private chef and a bilingual guide. This experience will quench your thirst for cultural exchange and stimulate the desire for further adventure.
From nature to colonial sites, Rio de Janeiro will enchant even the most seasoned travelers.
Explore the same streets that Portuguese courtiers crossed in the 19th century and marvel at the perfect complement of old and new that downtown Rio preserves.
Meet local residents and listen to their amazing stories about the rich culture of this unique city.
Learn capoeira with a professional master. Capoeira is a martial art that combines elements from combat, acrobatics, music, dance and rituals in a very elegant and magnetic way.
It is often referred to as a “capoeira game” rather than a fight. The uniqueness of Capoeira gives your body strength, power and flexibility and your mind confidence, concentration, courage and creativity.
The only way to really understand the magnetism of capoeira is to try it out for yourself.
For contemporary art lovers, Inhotim will be an incredible experience.
Stroll through gardens, lakes, paths and valleys all adorned with sculptures and exhibited outdoors.
Enjoy a live concert with Brazilian artists and relax with a delicious picnic in a beautiful natural setting.
With soft white sand, turquoise seas, and a curving, dramatic rocky cliff covered with tufts of green vegetation, this picturesque beach seems almost too beautiful to be true.
Relax on one of these dream beaches and sweeten your day at the beach with a deluxe picnic.
Stay in an exclusive traditional Portuguese colonial residence and enjoy this incomparable location, just a short walk away from the sensational Iguassu Falls.
Combine your hotel stay with the opportunity to get exclusive access to the falls before the gates open to all other visitors.
Salvador, the first Brazilian capital, is rich in history.
Walking through the streets of Pelourinho is a unique experience where you can really feel the energy of the city up close.
Discover the old town with a historian who will enrich you with his knowledge at every turn. Discover the music, dance, and deities of the Candomble religion that are part of Afro-Brazilian history.
Winter in Brazil is the opposite of the northern hemisphere and lasts from May to September.
In northern Brazil the weather remains positively tropical with days on average between mid-20 and 30 degrees. In Rio de Janeiro, winter is like summer in Northern Europe and fluctuates between 14 and 25 degrees.
Thanks to the humidity, the evenings can be surprisingly cool there. So be sure to pack a jacket. There are also more cloudy and rainy days in winter in Rio, but also lots of blue skies and sunny days. Winter is best for hiking and sightseeing in Rio, thanks to the cooler temperatures and lack of haze, which offers endless views.
If you are going to the Pantanal, the largest tropical wetland in the world, the dry season between May and September is the best time to travel. If you are an avid bird watcher, travel between July and September, when the water level has receded and the grass is visible over the marshes, providing perfect resting places for a wide variety of bird species.
In the period from June to August, the chances of spotting a jaguar in the Pantanal are greatest.
In Central Europe we use a time zone called CET (Central European Time). UTC (Universal Time Coordinated, also GMT = Greenwich Mean Time) is about one hour ahead. In Brazil we are usually a few hours ahead of Europe.
There are 5 different time zones, some of which have been switched to daylight saving time. Here, from the third Sunday in February to the third Sunday in October.
Portuguese is the official language as well as the most widely spoken language in Brazil.
With around 204 million speakers, Brazil is by far the most populous Portuguese-speaking country in the world, followed by Angola and Mozambique with 20 million and 14 million speakers, respectively.
The indigenous languages of Brazil are older than the European colonization. Many of these languages, including Ticuna, Kaingang, and Kaiwá Guarani, have survived over the years and are still used today.
Brazilian cuisine is very different from region to region, but fresh meat and fish play an important role in the diet. Root vegetables like cassava and yam, as well as fruits like mango, papaya, guava, passion fruit and pineapple are some of the local ingredients used in cooking.
Cassava, or manioc, or yuca as it is also known, is probably the most important food in all of Brazil and is used in the preparation of many dishes. It is a starchy tuber that is an important source of carbohydrates and comes in both sweet and bitter varieties.
It is often made into flour and then used in cakes, breads, and cookies. Farofa is a popular side dish made from cassava / manioc flour. The flour is pretty bland on its own, so Brazilians usually fry onions in plenty of butter, possibly adding bacon and parsley as well, before adding the cassava flour and serving it alongside meat, rice and beans. If you get the chance, try it !!
Brazil is a melting pot of indigenous American, Portuguese, African, and other cultures from around the world.
Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in terms of area and population, and the largest country in both South America and Latin America. The country is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean and borders all other South American countries with the exception of Ecuador and Chile. About 200 million people live in Brazil. 84% of the population lives in urban areas.
The population lives mainly in the southeast and northeast of the country. The country's population is made up of several ethnic groups. The largest ethnic groups in Brazil are Brancos, commonly referred to as white Brazilians. With 48 percent you represent the ethnic majority of the country.
When entering Brazil, your passport must be valid for at least six months. German citizens do not need a visa if you are entering the country as a tourist and staying in the country for a maximum of 90 days during a period of 6 months.
Brazil travel with unforgettable journeys
Brazil as you have never experienced it and can only experience it on our Brazil tours. Surrounded by casual and wildly interpreted luxury, you will meet fascinating people, live in outstanding lodges and marvel at breathtaking landscapes.
We design your Brazil trip so that you will have unforgettable experiences at your own personal pace.
Surrender to the rhythm of the sun, water and colorful birds in the Pantanal - where wetlands and wildlife predominate. The perfect place to reconnect with yourself and with nature. A world-class sanctuary for a wide variety of species awaits you here, including endangered species like the fascinating jaguar.
The Amazon is a remarkable encounter with nature and a perfect place to break away from everyday life.
It represents more than half of the remaining rainforests on earth. Here guests are swallowed up by the jungle, but with the comfort of unique accommodations in luxurious jungle lodges or with the option of enjoying beautiful landscapes from the deck of a private yacht.
With unforgettable journeys you have the guarantee of unforgettable moments. We not only plan your accommodation, but also design your entire day and evening according to your individual wishes, so that you can enjoy your casual, luxurious dream trip completely carefree, flexibly and independently.
With Salvador you will discover the historic center of Pelourinho with its cobbled streets and typical houses they are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the streets you will come across Baianas with their white clothes who prepare and sell the appetizing “Acarajé”.
The Rio that we want to show you is even more beautiful than you think possible. Mountains, sea and forest in an urban setting. We would like to share this beloved city with you, the lesser-known nooks and crannies that visitors cannot discover for themselves, and experiences that only Kariokas can create.