OláPessoas! It’s hello in Portuguese. If you are planning to visit exquisite honeymoon in Brazil or in a doubt here are some top things to do in Brazil include many things that most people wouldn’t even think of. Would not it really surprise you to know that the most popular tourist attractions in Brazil include more than just the beach (and women)? Brazil is both the 5th largest country in the world and also has the fifth largest population of over 200 million people. And each one of those 200 million people will be some of the nicest people that you will meet in the world.
Here are the top things to do in Brazil:
The most extravagant things to do in Brazil is first to put carnival on your list to visit. Carnivals are celebrated in many countries but the one in Brazil is most famous. Different cities of Brazil have their own way of celebrating this week long festival of revelry and fun. However, the most famous carnival is that of Rio De Janeiro. Thousands of people throng the Sambodromo stadium in the city. Often wearing masks and colorful costumes, they dance to the beats of drums and music, Samba being the most prevalent form of dancing here.
Drink Exotic Coffee
You know what we just said about Brazilian coffee being varied? We meant it. With fourteen major coffee-producing regions spread over seven states, Brazil’s beans are a diverse mix. Are you a fan of Brazilian coffee? Have you had one that takes your breath away? Or are you yet to be converted?
Move With The Irrestible Beats
The national dance of Brazil has to be the hot sultry Samba which is especially evident come Carnival time. You cannot control if these beats are popping.
Browse The Romantic Backstreets Of Paraty
Paraty is a delightful, historic town on the Costa Verde between Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, which grew rich on the 18th-century gold trade. Imagine walking hand in hand with your love. Its wealth is reflected today in the beautifully preserved colonial buildings such as Santa Rita Church, built by freed slaves. Paraty is a popular destination for schooner cruises around its bay and islands and is well stocked with boutique hotels and gourmet restaurants.
Go Diving Off Fernando De Noronha
The deep blue waters of coastal Brazil are superb for diving, particularly in the north, where the sea is usually warmer and clearer. The protected marine park on the island of Fernando de Noronha has probably the best diving; also the Abrolhos Archipelago, off the coast of Bahia. Southern Brazil also has some excellent dive spots; including Arrayal do Cabo, Ubatuba, and Laje de Santos.
Don’t Leave Brazil Without Trying…
It is a famous Brazilian dish, One of the few dishes eaten the length and breadth of Brazil, feijoada is a hearty stew of black beans, sausages and cuts of pork of varying quality.
Fried Bar Snacks–
Beer, served so cold that chunks of ice stick to the bottle, is the drink of choice in Brazil. And an assortment of fried foods makes the perfect pairing, be it pastéis – deep-fried parcels of crisp pastry filled with melting cheese, or minced beef, or creamy palm heart
Cachaca is the spirit of brazil. Best known for its role in the Caipirinha, cachaça—a spicy, sweet, and fruity clear liquor distilled from fermented sugarcane juice. It would be a cruel thing if you visit and do not havecachaca.
Any visit to this amazing land would be incomplete without trying all of these. Do include atleast some of these, when you make your checklist to travel Brazil.