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Brazil Farm Tours

SouthAmerica.travel is excited to announce two NEW Brazil Farm Tours! See for yourself why Brazil is an agriculture powerhouse and learn about the production of soy, corn, grain and coffee beans in the country. Combine Brazil’s most beloved cities and agriculture for the perfect farm tour. 

#1. Brazil Coffee Region & Colonial Highlights Tour

We’re so excited about the Brazil Coffee Region & Colonial Highlights Tour. Although you won’t need caffeine to stay awake during this 8-day trip, it’s never a bad idea to add fresh espresso to the itinerary.


Christ the Redeemer - Brazil Farm ToursDay 1 – 2:
Starting in the “Marvelous City,” of Rio de Janeiro, let an expert show you the city’s most historic sites. Make sure to pack your walking shoes, because you will visit the famous Sugarloaf Mountain, Copacabana Beach, and the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue atop Corcovado Mountain.

 

 

Coffee Tour - Brazil Farm ToursDay 3 – 5: Next, transfer to Petropolis, where you will visit the enchanting city’s most beautiful structures, such as the Crystal Palace and the Imperial Museum. Then, take a trip to the laid-back countryside of Brazil to the Rio das Flores Valley. Sample all sorts of expertly crafted espresso and find your favorite coffee blends. With numerous coffee farm visits and the help of local guides, you will return home a coffee expert!

 


Coffee beans Brazil Farm ToursDay 6 – 8
: On the last leg of your trip, visit Paraty, a colonial gem surrounded by remote islands and lush tropical forest. While there, take a relaxing Schooner Cruise through the port, admiring the calm water and natural preserves. Spend your last full day in Paraty on a Sustainable Agroforest Tour, where you can hike through the region and visit organic gardens, and bamboo plantations. Learn about the sustainable alternatives used on the farm, and flora and fauna of the Serra da Bocaina National Park.

This Brazil Coffee Region & Colonial Highlights Tour is the perfect mix of city, farm, and island exploration, making it an adventure you won’t want to miss.

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#2. Brazil Farm Visits and Iguassu Falls

Next on your bucket-list should be the Brazil Farm Visits and Iguassu Falls Tour. Discover Brazil’s countryside, metropolitan cities, and natural world wonders, on one unforgettable 11-day trip!

Sugarloaf Mountain RioDay 1 – 2: Begin your tour in the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro, where you will explore the city with local guides. There’s no better way to learn about the culture and historical value of Rio, than with a trustworthy commentator nearby. Finish your stay in Rio with a delicious, Brazilian BBQ dinner, sure to make your tastebuds dance!

 

 

Curitiba - Brazil Farm ToursDay 3 – 5: Next, transfer to Curitiba, a city oozing with greenery and unique culture. Make sure to visit the Botanical Gardens, the Opera House, and the historic city center while there. Then, hop on a train, destined to take you through the lush Atlantic Rainforest. For a chance to stretch your legs, the train will stop in Morretes, the perfect spot for traditional Brazilian cuisine. With a happy belly, make your way back to Curitiba for the night. 

 

Brazil Farm ToursDay 6 – 11: After Curitiba, visit Tibagi and Londrina. Here you will tour the farms and learn the secret to Brazil’s agricultural success with soybeans and corn. Your final stop will be at the breathtaking Iguassu Falls. Feel the fresh mist of the Falls as you admire them from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides. You can even take a boat tour for an incredible view of the rushing falls from below! 

Book Your Brazil Farm Tour Today!

Are you ready to take your next vacation to learn about the cities and countryside of Brazil? Call us today! Any of our expert travel consultants will guide you through the process of booking or customizing your own Brazilian tour.

 

Margo Lynott

Margo Lynott

Marketing Intern at SouthAmerica.travel
Margo was born and raised in Bellevue, Washington. She is currently a senior at Seattle University, pursuing a Bachelor's degree in International Business. With a desire to travel, she decided to leave Seattle and study abroad in Paris, France for a semester. During her time abroad, she went on weekend trips exploring England, Spain, Croatia, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Margo has been a marketing intern for SouthAmerica.travel since July 2016. In September 2016, she will be going abroad again. This time to Argentina and Chile. She can't wait to share her experience when she comes back!
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