Planning for new year holidays? Want to get the most out of our vacation? Still thinking the place where you should go? Then choose no other than the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro!
Introducing Rio de Janeiro -
The magnificent city of Rio de Janeiro is home to golden beaches, lush mountains and spectacular football matches. In fact, walking through parks inside the city, seeing monkeys and toucans, spending the evening catching music jams around Lapa, joining friends amid the roaring crowds at Maracana and greeting the sunrise after an early morning or late night from Copacabana Beach! As a traveler in Brazil, I love the Carioca Spirit – spontaneous and good natured with the ultimate urge to live life to the fullest!
1.Sugarloaf Mountain -
The Sugarloaf Mountain is a superb peak located in the mouth of Guanabara Bay. The name ‘Sugarloaf’ comes from its resemblance to the traditional clay moulds that refined sugar used to be transported in.
When looking from the top, you will get to enjoy awe-inspiring views; which has been appealed to Cariocas and foreigners for almost 100 years throughout the world.
2. Corcovado -
Corcovado, the scenic spot in the city of Rio de Janeiro is located at the Tijuca National Park. Having height of around 710 meters, it gives a panoramic view of sea and mountain – which is also considered as the world famous vista to be explored on the eve of new year 2017.
However the imposing statue of Christ the Redeemer located top of the Corcovado embraces the city of Rio. You will get to explore the magnificence of Rio’s beaches, Sugarloaf, the Guanabara Bay, Botafogo, Flamengo and much more sights.
3. The Brazilian Side Iguazu Falls -
When walk along the Brazilian side Iguazu Falls, you’ll find the path a bit shorter. Even if you take your time to explore, you’ll actually get just a half-day to walk. When visiting this mesmeric waterfall, be sure to give yourself plentiful time to get an incredible prospective of the falls. However, from every angle, you will get to see the panorama of cascades. If you’re seeking for an even better aerial view, you can go for a helicopter ride; which is available on the Brazilian side.
4. The Argentinian Side Iguazu Falls -
Iguazu National Park from Argentinian side is much bigger than its Brazilian counterpart, with extensive trails to walk along and some that take you right along the open water. You’ll at least need a full day or two to see it all and enjoy walking along all of its trails. When you walk along, you’ll find yourself beside the crest of a cascade. Then gradually the walkways descend at the bottom of another.
5. Manaus -
The largest city in the Amazon, Manaus is an incongruous pock of urbanity located in the middle of the jungle; which is also a major port for ocean vessels that’s 1500km from the ocean. The Amazonian rainforest has a population density half that of Mongolia; but there the journey starts in the gritty bustling metropolis. You shouldn’t need to be surprised if you feel a little out of whack.
6. Buzios -
Beautiful Buzios is located in a jutting peninsula that’s scalloped by seventeen beaches. It’s now become one of the most upscale and animated seaside destinations, filled with boutiques, finest restaurants, villas, bars and posh pousadas. Besides, the existence of narrow cobblestone streets and picturesque waterfront make Buzios as the St Tropez across Brazil. Hence, visiting this destination during new year can be the perfect decision you should take.
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