Places to stay and unique accommodation in Brazil
Being the fifth largest country in the world, it will not be difficult to find a rental villa in Brazil. With a coastline of over 7,491 kilometers across the South American continent, there are plenty of palm tree lined beaches, with many villas in Brazil fronting onto the great Atlantic Ocean. A majority of Brazil’s population (two thirds) live on or near the coast and well over half live in cities such as Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Salvador. Brazil attracts many travellers to its famous annual celebrations of Carnaval, which originated and still thrives in Rio de Janeiro. The country stops completely for almost a week and festivities are intense, with parades mainly in coastal cities. Away from the cities, renting a villa in Brazil can offer the traveller astounding natural beauty within the infamous Amazon and Pantanal region. The Pantanal is the world's largest wetland of any kind in the tropical Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul. A majority of the notorious Amazon rainforest is contained within Brazil (60%), offering an outstanding opportunity for wildlife viewing, and a great deal of adventure whether it be kayaking, rafting or trekking. The great outdoors awaits you in this fabulously diverse country.
Find your very own villa in Brazil to start exploring this Northeast region of the largest country in South America. The Northeast Region “Nordeste” is most famous for its scorching weather, stunning beaches, rich culture and carnivals.
Renting a holiday house in South East Brazil offers the chance to explore the region’s five states: Espírito Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Rich in culture, beautiful coastlines, natural beauty and history, from a tourist perspective, Southeast Brazil has much to offer.
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Being one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world, renting a villa in Brazil will provide the traveller with an unforgettable cultural experience. The core culture of Brazil is derived from Portuguese culture; however, German and Italian immigration has left its mark on the South, whereas the world's largest Japanese community outside Japan can be found in São Paulo. The Brazilian Amazonians are populated by largely Indian communities, and there are a great number of Brazilians with African ancestry. Diversity is the key to a unique holiday experience in this vast South American country. With its appealing beach culture, enchanting music and rhythmic dancing to its exuberant colourful cuisines, there is so much to offer a traveller renting a holiday villa in Brazil; however long you stay, you'll wish it was for longer....