Enjoying the Coastline in Brazil
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Enjoying the Coastline in Brazil

Brazilians like to think of their country as a paradise on earth, and frankly, they have every reason to. Brazil’s diverse biodiversity is considered the largest collection of plant and animal species on the planet. The Amazon rainforest alone constitutes one-tenth of all the species found in the world.

There are dozens of parrot species, eagles, hawks, falcons, and other birds we have never heard of. Apart from that, Brazilian coasts are pretty much underrated. Hundreds of unique species are hosted near coastlines, including spinner dolphins, southern right whales, and humpback whales.

Millions of travelers visit the country every year to enjoy the party atmosphere or relax in the whisper of the surf. Exuberant, fascinating festivals and breathtaking nature delight everyone who travels to this paradise on earth.

Where to Visit?

Here’s a list of the top tourist attractions in Brazil:

Copacabana and Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro

With a lively, energetic party vibe, Copacabana and Ipanema are perfect places to join large groups of friendly, fun folks and recharge your batteries.


Florianópolis has hosted sports enthusiasts for a long time. Surfing, paragliding, windsurfing, kite surfing, and hiking are welcome there.


Near a dreamy bohemian village on the beach, Jericoacoara is an idyllic place where many tourists stay longer than they originally planned. The Washington Post chose Jericoacoara as one of the world’s Top 10 most beautiful beaches.

Praia da Trindade

Praia da Trindade is an attractive destination for experienced surfers and beginners with its clear, warm waters and gentle waves. Thanks to its colorful fish and the volcanic rocks surrounding it, this beach has understandably gained popularity over the years.

So, on your next visit to Brazil, don’t just settle for the Amazon rainforests. Check out Brazil’s beautiful beaches and coastlines as well.