Dive into Brazil’s Magic

We have a hunch that, as beautiful as the pics in today’s article are, they don’t fully capture the natural beauty of this natural phenomenon in Brazil.  Between January and June each year, the sand dunes in northeastern Brazil’s Lençóis Maranhenses National Park collect rainwater and transform into magical lagoons.  For a few months, visitors can enjoy a swim in this seasonal attraction.  Read on:

GO SWIMMING IN THE BRAZILIAN DESERT IN THESE LAGOONS THAT APPEAR LIKE MAGIC EVERY YEAR

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Santa Claus is Coming…in Springtime?

Today’s featured article takes us to the southern region of Brazil to Gramado.  It is in this mountain community, where a honeymooning couple from RIO seeking peace and quiet instead discovered tinsel and reindeer.  During the month of October (springtime in Brazil) the city of Gramado hosts Natal Luz (“Christmas Lights”), a three-month long Christmas festival that just might be one of the largest in the world.  Read on!

GRAMADO, BRAZIL: WHERE CHRISTMAS STARTS IN OCTOBER, IN SPRINGTIME

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

Mangaratiba: Thirty Islands and A Hundred Beaches

Located along the southern shoreline of Rio State, Mangaratiba offers more than 30 islands and 100 beaches, only 100 kilometers away from Rio de Janeiro!  Whatever you fancy–live music, bars, restaurants, calm waters, or a chilled environment–Mangaratiba has it!

MANGARATIBA: THE GATEWAY OF RIO’S STUNNING ‘COSTA VERDE’

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