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South America Samba Guided Tour

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South America Samba

Best price for Brazil and Argentina

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R40 150

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South America Discovery Guided Tour

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South America Discovery

Exceptional price for Peru

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R70 225

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WHAT TO EAT & DRINK IN BRAZIL

Get ready to fall in love with Brazilian food as we show you all the best places to try classic dishes like feijoada and churrasco meat, all washed down with a fresh caipirinha.

Feijoada

If you’re looking for Brazilian comfort food, look no further than feijoada. This national treasure is traditionally made from black beans (feijão), chunks of beef, smoked sausage, salted pork, strips of jerky beef, and vegetables like potatoes and pumpkin all stirred together in a soul-warming stew.

Barbecued Meat

Barbecue meat is Brazil’s favourite food and you’ll get to the heart of the country at a local Churrascaria, where they cook meat in a mouthwatering churrasco (barbecue) style. It's usually served by slicing the meat off the sizzling skewers right at your table, then you get to tuck in all-you-can-eat style.

Caipirinha

WHEN IS BEST TO VISIT BRAZIL

There’s something extra special about Brazil in the dry season when the weather is warm and sunny. From May to November, it’s all about beach days and exploring the Amazon.

Best Time to Visit Brazil for Beaches

Any time from May to October is perfect for kicking up the sand and splashing in the waves in Brazil, as these are the driest months of the year.

Best Timeto Discover Brazil’s Rainforests

If you want to go exploring in the Amazon, head there between May to mid-October for drier, less humid conditions and better chances for spotting wildlife.

Best Time to Explore Brazil’s Iconic Sights

PACKING TIPS FOR BRAZIL

HOW TO TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY IN BRAZIL

Be sure to tip

Tipping is an important part of supporting local workers, and it's customary to tip at least 10% to hotel and restaurant staff, street vendors and taxi drivers on your travels.

Eat local

Head straight to the markets and local restaurants to find a goldmine of unique fruits, vegetables and seafood, fresh from the local farmers and fishermen of Brazil.

Support the national parks

We pay your national park entry fees as part of your Costsaver Brazil trip, which helps continue the protection of the rainforests, oceans, native peoples and animals that live in these beautiful environments.

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