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Brazil — Boasting wonders as diverse as the Amazonian rainforest, Iguazu Falls, the beaches of Bahia, and sultry Rio, Brazil is both geographically stunning and culturally fascinating. This melting pot of European and African immigrants and indigenous South Americans is the birthplace of Bossa Nova, caipirinhas, and the samba, not to mention the world’s wildest Carnaval celebration.

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For the jaw-dropping Amazon and Iguazu Falls, beaches, babes, bikinis, and Carnaval celebrations.

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Zika Virus: An Important Update

July 28, 2016 by Juhie Bhatia

With the Summer Olympics kicking off in Rio de Janeiro, many travelers are questioning if it's safe to head to Brazil and other countries affected by the Zika ... Read More »


From $209: Pre- and Post-Olympics Stays at New Rio Hotel

February 18, 2016 by Mollie Pendexter

This summer, all eyes will be on Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympics. As we reported earlier, new hotels are popping up all over the city just in time for the ... Read More »


The 2016 Rio Olympics: How to Get There

February 17, 2016 by Teresa Bitler

Why watch the 2016 Summer Olympicson TV when you can experience them live in the host city of Rio de Janeiro from August 5 through August 21? Although most ... Read More »


48 Hours in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

February 09, 2016 by Teresa Bitler

Whether it's dancing at a samba school, shopping at South America's largest mall, or sipping a caipirinha (Brazil’s national cocktail) at the beach, there’s ... Read More »


5 Reasons to Visit Rio Before the Summer Olympics

January 14, 2016 by Keith Flanagan

As the Brazilian city buzzes in preparation for August’s Summer Olympics, Rio de Janeiro is certainly one of today’s most talked about destinations. But perhaps ... Read More »

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