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our best trip of 2013: Brazil at its most spectacular

our best trip of 2013: Brazil at its most spectacular

If you ask us what is the best trip we took during 2013 our answer will be immediate: our return to the spectacular Pantanal, a top-class Brazilian destination. I have just uploaded the final photos from the trip, here’s a small selection.

You will find all the information we have on the Pantanal on our Pantanal handbook.

Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil
Pantanal, Brazil

January 2, 2014 | By More
317 days to the World Cup: the Pantanal

317 days to the World Cup: the Pantanal

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A beautiful capped heron (Philherodius pileatus) seen during a photo safari on the Pantanal, the top nature destination in Brazil.

July 30, 2013 | By More
wildlife in the mist

wildlife in the mist

wildlife in the mist

In the Pantanal, Mato Grosso.

April 25, 2013 | By More
video of the Pantanal

video of the Pantanal

Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil

Worth remembering what the Pantanal looks like. At the Pantanal handbook you will find detailed travel information on this Brazilian jewel, a must for nature lovers.

July 16, 2012 | By More
Brasil 360° Experience – panoramic videos of Brazil

Brasil 360° Experience – panoramic videos of Brazil

The Brazilian tourism authorities recently launched the website Brasil 360° Experience, with versions in Portuguese, English and Spanish.

While most travelers are familiar with panoramic and 360° photos, 360° videos will be a novelty for many. As the image moves, the viewer can change the angle of vision and point the camera in whichever direction he chooses. It is a technology that produces surprising and fascinating results. Brasil 360° Experience aims at surprising the views with moving images of a handful of Brazilian tourist destinations.

The website contains videos of Rio de Janeiro, Cuiabá and the Pantanal, Curitiba and Foz de Iguazú, Manaos and the Amazon and Salvador de Bahía.

The page contains a link “Know more about…” that takes the reader to the Brazilian Tourism Portal, a true liability for the promotion of Brazil as a tourist destination. At the portal, when the tourist tries to find out more information about, say, tourist attractions in Rio de Janeiro, he or she will find the following screen:

Worry not. If you want more info on the destinations covered by the new website, you can check our very own entries for those destinations:

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December 19, 2011 | By More