Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, the largest country in Central America. It measures about 8.5 million square kilometers and has a population of about 195 million. The capital Brasilia is one of the youngest cities among the capitals. It was founded to be located exactly in the center of the country. It was named the capital in 1960. Brazil is divided into 26 states and regions - North, Northeast, Midwest, Southeast and South.
The country is home to 1,700 species of birds, many exotic animals such as jaguars, cougars, capybaras, dolphins, monkeys, turtles and anacondas. The Amazon is located in the northern region, occupying almost 80% of Brazilian territory. Thousands of small rivers flow into the Amazon. The journey to the jungle begins in the two largest cities of Belém and Manaus.
An area with a rich colonial history, beautiful beaches and folklore. The most famous beaches for the Czech Republic are in Fortaleza.
Three ecological systems meet here - Cerrado, Pantanal and Amazon Forest. Cerrado offers horse riding, rafting, canoeing. The Pantanal is a place for observing fauna. You can go on a safari trip or explore the capital of Brazil.
It is the strongest economically, there are big cities like Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo. Many tourists long for a while to stand under a statue of Christ, bathe in Copacabana or visit a sugar cane.
An area rich in Igaus Falls, Jesuit missions and good wine. The waterfalls are the most beautiful on our planet. Don’t be afraid to visit them more than once. It will always surprise you with its diversity. Get yourself, for example, for the upcoming Summer Olympics.
Bonito is a natural paradise in the middle of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, which is famous for its ecotourism activities as well as the constant preservation of the region’s fauna and flora. That is why, although Bonito is a tourism city, it is one of the best preserved places in Brazil.
The region surprises its visitors with its beautiful landscape, crystal clear rivers, freshwater baths, waterfalls, caves, caverns and abysses. All this with a magical complement: a rich animal life, composed mainly of aquatic species such as fish and alligators, as well as various species of birds.
Brazil is located in the southern hemisphere, so expect a reversal of the seasons - the warmest is here in January, the coldest month is August. The equatorial region around the Amazon has a warm climate all year round. The best months to visit Brazil are November and December, when the most beautiful nature is here (similar to our spring), so this is the best time to go on a beautiful holiday right now.