Given Brazil's vast size, the only realistic way to cover distance is by flying from place to place. Regional carriers offer an extensive network of domestic flights between most cities in Brazil. If you need to take more than a couple of flights within your trip then it is worth buying an 'Air Pass' in conjunction with you international flight ticket, which is a special fare program offered to travellers residing outside of Brazil by Brazil's main airlines allowing you to fly to multiple cities at a discounted rate. The price you pay is determined by the number of flight segments in your itinerary. We can help arrange this for you.
Private guided touring
An English speaking guide, who will usually also be your driver, accompanies you between destinations and on excursions in each place. You can sit back and relax while you travel, gain some real local insight, and make the most of your time.
An experienced local driver (not necessarily English-speaking) collects you from your hotel and transfers you to your next destination. There are no travel worries, it is a private service, and you have your independence in each location. Pick-up times can be adjusted to suit you.
A hire car is a great way of enjoying certain parts of Brazil . Distances can be long and traffic can be intense in the larger cities so you will need a relaxed approach and a sense of adventure. SatNav/GPS is a great help.