Brazil is a fascinating country. While it is known for such wonders such as Christ the Redeemer, and it’s famous national football team, and the Amazon forest, Brazil has so much more than these wonders. It is also one of the best countries to travel around and view all the sights, meet the people, and learn about the wonderful culture in Brazil. Since Brazil is a former colony of Portugal, Portuguese is the language spoken in Brazil. We recommend visitors to Brazil learn a little Portuguese. If you travel to the rest of South America, you may also want to learn Spanish too.
Tanabata Matsuri in Sao Paulo
Tanabata Matsuri is a Japanese festival. It is based on two lovers who eventually became stars. Unfortunately, they could only meet once a year, on the 7th day of the 7th month of the lunar calendar. While the festival is originally from Japan, due to the large Japanese population in Sao Paulo, there is a Tanabata Matsuri festival in Sao Paolo.
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Zu Lai Temple
Zu Lai Temple is perhaps the largest buddhist temple in South America. It is located in Cotai, on the outskirts of Sao Paulo. After Master Hsing Yun visited Sao Paolo in 1992, the decision was made to build it. Visitors of Sao Paulo are recommended to visit this temple and gaze at the beauty of such a magnificent attraction.
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Ilha Do Campeche (Campeche Island)
Ilha Do Campeche is one of the most beautiful islands in Brazil. You have clear water and fine sandy beaches. It is also a favorite spot for surfers and there are other aquatic activities on the island. We highly recommend that you visit Ilha Do Campeche, otherwise known as Campeche Island, when you get the chance to visit Brazil.
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The Versatile and Beautiful Cangas
Cangas are towels that you can use at the beach when you are in Brazil. But they are also so much more than that. Canagas can be worn in all types of manner, including as a scarf, a skirt, a togo, as a fashion statement, and so much more. If you visit Brazil, you definitely want to come away with a canaga!
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Meeting of the Waters in Manaus
Downstream in Manaus, the lighter water from the Rio Solimões will meet the dark water from the Rio Negro. However, the lighter water from the Rio Solimões won’t mix with the darker water from the Rio Negro and you can see a nice line that separates the water.
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Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in Brazil and even in the world. It is located on the south side of Brazil in Paraná state, on the border with Argentina. It is also an official national park in Brazil. From the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls, you also get a nice panoramic view of the waterfall, which allows you to see the grandeur of the Igauzi Falls for its entirety.
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