Natopia Heart Tree   Every experience, discovery or retreat you book helps us to support a natural planet cause!


Brazil is South America’s largest country and one of its most diverse and fascinating. It is filled to the edge with entertaining people, plants and animals as well as liberal doses of history, religion, culture and sporting greatness. Apart from being geographically large, it is also naturally diverse. It comprises dense rain forests and jungles, expanses of coastline, towering mountains, oceanic archipelagos, rivers, scrublands and rolling plains. Because of such a variation in habitats available to plants and animals, Brazil boasts a rich array of fauna and flora. Being home to the Amazon Rainforest, Pantanal, Christ The Redeemer and hundreds of amazing beaches in, Brazil is a fascinating tourist destination.

About Brazil

From the Amazon rainforest in the North to the tropical beaches along the Atlantic, to the Pantanal wetlands and the vibrant metropolises of the Southeast there are plenty of interesting places to visit in Brazil.

There is no destination on earth more animated and exciting than Rio de Janeiro. Located in southeastern Brazil, Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city of South America due to its famous mountains, landmarks, beaches and Carnival festival. Rio de Janeiro is situated on one of the world’s largest harbors surrounded by natural attractions that include the Sugarloaf and Corcovado mountains and famous beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema. The city’s iconic landmark is the enormous Christ the Redeemer statue sitting atop Corcovado mountain. 

A paradise of tropical forests, waterfalls, emerald sea and coastal mountains, Paraty is a popular tourist attraction located along Brazil’s Green Coast in the Rio de Janeiro state. Also spelled Paraty, this beautiful city is a former Portuguese colony established on the shores of the Bay of Ilha Grande. 

There's an awful lot of wildlife in Brazil. Most of it lives in the Amazon rainforest, home to one in 10 of all the plant and animal species in the world. By far the best place to see wildlife in Brazil is the Pantanal, a flat wetland area near the Bolivian border where the animals will often parade in front of you.

In the Northeast there are a hundreds of amazing beaches full of clean and blue waters. There is also the famous e incredible Fernando de Noronha Archipelago known as the "Brazilian Hawaii".

Located in southeastern Brazil, Sao Paulo is known for its skyscrapers, gastronomy and robust culture scene. Although Sao Paulo is known for its concrete jungle, it is also home to a large number of public parks and even portions of the Atlantic rainforest with a lot of activities all day long.

Our Experience Highlights for Brazil

  • Go on a cruise to learn about the Amazon and the wildlife
  • Go on expeditions to the Jaguar Spotting In Pantanal
  • Enjoy the blue calm waters of Paraty to practice SUP and kayak
  • Go to Rio de Janeiro to see the Guanabara Bay, Corcovado Mountain and especially the unique Christ the Redeemer
  • Practice Yoga, Pilates or workout in some unique gyms in Sao Paulo and Rio
  • Visit the amazing beaches in the Northeast and take a time to surf and windsurf classes
  • Dive, surf and hike in the "Brazilian Hawaii" Fernando de Noronha

Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Brazil has to offer. If you cannot find what you are looking for let us know and with our knowledge, connections, and access we will help you find the natural experiences that will make your trip to Brazil something you will remember for a lifetime.