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A holiday designed just for you to suit your tastes and budget.
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Something amazing to look forward to, something wonderful to look back on.
Read what our customers say about their trips to Brazil
An ideal first visit to Brazil: Rio, Iguassu Falls, the Amazon, and Salvador
A very good short trip that can be combined with time at the beach, for example.
Fabulous wildlife experiences, perfectly paced.
The rhythms of Salvador, the fabulous landscapes of Chapada Diamantina and Bahia's gorgeous beaches.
Iconic Rio, impressive waterfalls and a cosmopolitan beach destination
Atmospheric cities, stunning mountain and sand dune scenery and a beautiful beach
Baroque in the wilderness. Follow the road from the old gold mines to the sea.
Gorgeous beaches that stretch for miles.
Limestone hills, rivers like Perrier, and fabulous wildlife.
Some of the richest wildlife opportunities in South America.
Amazon wildlife within easy reach.
Deeper into the Amazon, wilder and more extreme.
-- For great wildlife also consider the 'Bonito & the Southern Pantanal' selfdrive trip
Super cool, super lovely.
Nature at the beach.
Helpful advice and expert knowledge is just a phone call away.
Best times, busiest times, and times to avoid.
Getting the best from the options available.
Options for getting about
We can book your flights, or you could book your own if you prefer.
Destinations that combine well.
A paradise for wildlife watching
Seriously impressive waterfalls
Beautiful colonial cities located along the historic 'Royal Road'
Table mountain landscape wonderful for walkers
An off-beat destination for amazing outdoor experiences
Undeniably the most beautiful setting of any city in the world.
The Afro-Brazilian capital of Brazil
A modern seaside city and a UNESCO World Heritage site
The New York of South America
Brazil's lively third largest city
A steamy, atmospheric and cosmopolitan city
A mix of old and new, the cultural centre of the Amazon
Rainforest and wildlife just upriver from Manaus
The world's largest protected area of flooded forest
Use our short guide to Brazil to help plan your trip.
Brazil is a vast country with wonderful things to see and expereince. Our specialists can advise you on where and when to go depending on your interests.
Brazil is a huge country with various different climates. The best time of year to visit will depend on where you want to go.
Geodyssey works with all the major airlines to Brazil, with very competitive fares.
From slick world class hotels in Rio to paired back simplicity, Brazil offers a whole range of hotels.
A combination of different transports will most likely work best.
Known to Brazilians as 'the marvellous city', Rio also has style, culture, spirit, and an irrepressible thirst for life as it should be lived.
You couldn't blame Salvador if it felt cheated. In any other country it would come top of the list of beautiful cities.
The brash, busy north-eastern city of Recife has a great quality of life in modern terms. Olinda, its small-scale, colourful, historic sibling, has all the history, culture and artsy attitude that Recife's modernity has ...
The Pantanal wetlands have the greatest concentration of wildlife in the Americas.
The Chapada Diamantina, in central Bahia, is one of the top regions in Brazil for mountain scenery, walking and trekking.
In the southern region of Mato Grasso do Sul lies the aptly named Bonito, a small town situated in the Bodoquena mountain range on the border of the Pantanal.
Belo Horizonte, the capital of Minas Gerais state, was Brazil's first planned city. It's a thriving town of skyscrapers and suburbs, set in a natural bowl ringed by the jagged hills of the Serra do Espinhaço.
Charming historical cities and beautiful mountain scenery dotted along the Royal Road in Minas Gerais state
Spanning out over nine nations, the Amazon rainforest is one of Earth's greatest natural wonders.
Brazil's megalopolis, Sao Paulo is the place other Brazilians love to hate - and then fall in love with.