Home to a great football team and known for its festivals, colorful carnivals and some famous landscapes, there is a reason why Brazil ought to be on everyone’s travel bucket list. The Amazon rainforests, wetlands, beaches, cosmopolitan cities and splendid waterfalls, there is a lot to explore in this South American country.
With a coastline spanning about 7491 kilometres, the Federative Republic of Brazil makes for a protective habitat for a diverse wildlife and a tropical forest.
Here is a sneak peek into some incredible spots in Brazil one must visit:
Gushes of sporadic falls through lush green hills making their way through valleys traveling between Brazil and Argentina, Iguazu Falls offer some wondrous views for the sore eyes where exotic wildlife, massive forests and a huge bridge all collide to make it an amazing spectacle. To get to the Falls, one has to pass the city of Foz do Iguacu. 270 separate waterfalls make the Iguazu Falls including the Devil’s Throat that is named so after the huge chasm between green valleys where falls just dive in to make an amazing spectacle. The Iguazu River that mostly flows through Brazil and dots the connecting lines between Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina forms the world’s largest waterfall systems of the world.
Visit the Igazu National Park in Brazil for a wholesome view of hundreds of falls together and a diverse flora and fauna.