Winter is almost here. We know that many travelers can be worried about coming to Brazil during this period because they would like to see hot and sunny days on their trip to our country.
Luckily, winter will not affect Brazil so much. At this time the climate is drier and with sunny days, even in the south of the country. Besides that, we have several activities to do around, even with cold or hot weather, wherever they go.
Between July and September the laggons are loaded with water, so they can really experience the landscapes as it looks in the pictures around the Internet from this region.
It's known that the Pantanal region offer a wide variate of animals species and can be really interesting for those who love the animal life. But what about enjoying a trip to this area and get involved supporting and visiting projects that help to protect the Wetlands and it's fauna and flora?
Araras Lodge is located in North Pantanal, and they have been working on two important projects to help the wildlife around the lodge. Projects ARARA AZUL and ASAS are both related to the animal conservation, working with initiatives as reintroduction of species on the nature and helping them to reproduce.
Knowing the importance that the Pantanal- the Wetlands - has for tourism in Brazil and also for the conservation of nature and for future generations, Araras Lodge directs a certain amount by each booking, as a conservation fee, directly to these two projects.
Serra dos Órgãos National Park is located in between the cities of Petrópolis and Teresópolis at Rio de Janeiro state. The park has already served as a hunting ground for Princess Isabel and was where the high society of Brazil would spent their vacation.
With its beautiful mountains and enchanted landscapes, this is one of the most beautiful parks in Brazil. From there, it is posible to see Guanabara Bay, Corcovado, Sugar Loaf and Pedra da Gávea. The trekking of Serra dos Órgãos is the most classic crossing in Brazil and a great challenge for those who venture through its mountains. The effort is rewarded by the great experiences colorful sunsets and sunrises, seen from above the mountains.
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Located in a region that is not so commom for tourists - located in Ubatuba, 260km from São Paulo and 45 km from Paraty - is a great option for those who are looking for a relaxing experience at the same time that they can have contact with the nature and contribute with the protection of the region, as well as collaborate with the sustainable development of the community.
Inside the lodge there're several activities that the travellers will be able to join, such as yoga classes, trekking and birdwatching, Also at the surroundings of the lodge, they can fell free to make independent activities such as oceankayaking, SUP or surfing. The natural and organic food can also be considered part of the experience.
Please ask us for more information if you think that this place is interesting for your travellers as much as we do.
Finally the most expected destination of the trip arrived: the Chapada Diamantina. Chapada Diamantina National Park, created in 1985 and a distant 420 km from Salvador, houses 1520 square meters of caves, giant canyons and the most beautiful and highest waterfalls in the country. Altogether this makes Chapada one of the main ecotourism destinations in Brazil.
But the relationship between Chapada Diamantina and tourism is fairly recent. In the 17th century the region was inhabited by Indians, then invaded by blacks and Portugueses. During this year, the local economy became agriculture and the region gradually became populated by farms and small communities called 'quilombos'. When the gold period began, the gold-mining cycle lasted for almost a century, and later the diamond's extraction lasted twenty-six years. In this period, the region exported gold and diamond to the nations like France, England and Germany... (read more...)