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Iguazu Falls

I did quite a lot of stuff which weren’t exactly cheap. I’ve travelled to the surreal Salar de Uyuni salt flats, mind blowing Iguazu Falls, ancient Machu Picchu, and the expensive Galapagos Islands. I even watched a World Cup match! I mean just take a look at my South America in 3 minutes trip video below, how on earth can this be only US$4.9k?!? 
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Copacabana Beach

Copacabana is the most famous beach in the world. This spot has lost little of its mystique and charm over the years, as it is still one of the most visited place in Rio. The seascape blending into the cityscape, and the wonderful backdrop of mountains, makes for a uniquely ethereal experience visually. A sun seeker's paradise always, Copacabana, and its sister Ipanema, have come to symbolize the jet set mistique or Rio de Janeiro. Some say this is the best place to experience the carioca spirit, the essence of the city. Lined with restaurants, hotels, and surrounded by the vibrant night life of Rio, no visitor could possible avoid (even if they wanted to) this legendary spot.
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Tijuca Peak

Tijuca is a neighborhood with the most buzz around the city. You'll get to shop in the sprawling arena of South America's biggest shopping mall in Barra da Tijuca, at the Bara Shopping, along with Rio Design Barra and many others. There are also numerous famous churrascaria and cafes and restaurants where we can stop for a quick bite of Brazilian delicacies! Other attractions include Taunay waterfall at the Tijuca National Park visitors center, along with the serenity of the old bridge from the 18th century, keeps the colonial and bucolic atmosphere at this beautiful place. The Barra da Tijuca and Recreio beaches are truly surfers paradise on the west zone of the city. And finally, we'll get to the Urca hill, in the second part of the trip is to ride up to the sugar loaf mountain. And after the sunset, hills give way to the rewarding view of the city lights.
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Leblon Beach

We will start at around 9am at the LEBLON VIEW POINT where you can taking beautiful pictures of the breathtaking sights of LEBLON & IPANEMA beaches. I call this start "Manu's welcome drink view point", because it's here that I usually take people to "get into the city's mood", as we sip a delicious sweet and chilled non-alcoholic famous Rio de Janeiro drink.Then, we'll drive along Rio's beach side to see the famous LEBLON, IPANEMA & COPACABANA beaches, also stopping at the historical and beautiful COPACABANA FORT, from where we can have the prettiest ground view of the SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN and COPACABANA BEACH. It will truly be your best memory of your Rio trip!
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Porto da Barra

This is one of the popular beaches of Salvador, where you can go in for a refreshing swim, or just relax by the shore. The weekends do tend to get slightly busy. Nearby shops and restaurants make for great leisurely walks by the beach.
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Parque das Mangabeiras

Worth spending a day at the Mangabeiras, a huge park with lush green forests, and a scenic view of the city from the mountains. The wildlife of the Atlantic trails really brings this park alive.
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Praia do Futuro

A perfect beach for swimming and bathing, it is devoid of reefs and corals near the shore. The restaurants (barracas) provide food, chairs and parasol. It is not a crowded beach compared to other beaches in Fortaleza which makes it potentially unsafe at odd hours. But other than that, it is a nice place to unwind .
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Trips Stories

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During this incredible Brazil tour you'll have the chance to relax on tropical beaches, see a vast array of wildlife and nature, and sip caipirinhas in Rio de Janeiro....

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Its the Brazilians that make Brazil so impressive, not that there is a ‘typical’ Brazilian....

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Feeling refreshed after six days of nature, I was then ready to experience the grand finale of my Carnival experience in Recife and Olinda....

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Maybe its because of the places I visited, which were not really the culture capitals but more the nature capitals....

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From Brazil it’s the turn of Argentina....

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I strapped on my best pair of jeans in the journey towards Cuiaba, founded during the gold rush....

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It was not only common, Brazil was the New World’s premier slave importer....

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Everyone knows the love of football that Brazil has....

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No trip to Brazil is complete without a trip to the FIFA football stadium....

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Also, Sancho is supposedly the prettiest beach in Brazil but I wouldn't agree....

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Football never gets old, when you come to Brazil....

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During the 2 days at the Iguazu Falls, you will see the lush natural beauty of Argentina, as you explore both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the Iguazu National Park, and it is from here that you will make your entry into Brazil....

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This trip was originally published on SandeepaChetan's Travel Blog....

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The three major federal governments of Brazil lie in this city....

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 Fortaleza is the capital city of the State of Ceará. ...

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My article Difference between traveling and vacation was an instant hit on Tripoto....

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Recently self-travelled for 3 weeks backpacking to Brazil, Argentina Paraguay, Peru and Bolivia covering some of the wonders of the world both natural & artificial like Christ the Redeemer , Machu Pichu, Iguahu falls, the floating islands of Lake Titicaca etc. to name a few....

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I have never seen a place with so much cultural life and natural beauty....

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TO EAT: You have to be a meat eater in Brazil....

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