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South America / South America

Cruises to Brazil

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Brazil Ports of Call


Alter do Chao

Alter do Chão is one of the administrative districts of the city of Santarém, in Pará state located on the right bank of the Tapajós. The distance to the city center about 37 miles..

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Angra dos Reis

Angra dos Reis has a bay that is ideal for boat trips by schooner, yacht or launch with innumerable places there the conditions are excellent for fishing and diving. There, each year on January 1st th..

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Belem

The state of Pará is the gateway of the Amazon region and where the Amazon river flows out into the Atlantic ocean. This state is closely linked to our indian heritage being it in its cuisine, th..

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Boca Do Valerio

This small village on the mouth of the Valeria River, a tributary of the Amazon, is the home of around 75 «ribeirrinhos» or river people. Here, you'll have the opportunity to see how they live, shop f..

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Buzios

The contrast between luxury and simplicity, the colonial and modern styles and the different ways of life characterize this coastal region, situated in Rio de Janeiro, to the north of the state capita..

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Cabo Frio

Cabo Frio (Cold Cape) is a Brazilian municipality in Rio de Janeiro state, founded by the Portuguese on November 13, 1615. As of 2005, its population is 159,685 and its area is 401 km². The..

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Copacabana

It's almost impossible for visitors to Rio to resist the charm of the city's eighty kilometers of beaches. Framed by the wavy black and white mosaics of Avenue Atlântica, Copacabana is one of the..

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Fortaleza

The capital of Ceará possesses one of the largest and best equipped networks of hotels and restaurants in the North East Region of Brazil. The Jangada is a kind of symbol of the city and lobster ..

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Ilha Grande

Located between the west end of Restinga de Marambaia and Ponta da Juatinga, it has a total area of approximately 174 km2. Its highest point is the Peak of Pedra d’Água, 1,037 m high, however, th..

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Ilhabela

Just off São Sebastião is Ilhabela, the largest maritime island in Brazil with an area of almost 350,000 m2. Ilhabela has become increasingly well-known as a water-sports paradise where wate..

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Ilheus

Walking around the streets and squares of Ilhéus is like traveling through its History. Founded 465 years ago, the town is known as one of the most important centers of tourism of the northeast o..

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Itajai

Azores origins make Itajai one of the most important harbors in the northern area of the country. The population has more than 147,000 inhabitants and the city today is a tourist and economic center. ..

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Macapa

MACAPÁ , on the north bank of the Amazon and right on the equator, is the gateway to the state of Amapá and home to three-quarters of its population. Surrounded by uninhabited forests and hi..

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Maceio

The Tupi Indians, amazed by nature, called this place MAÇAYO or MAÇAIOK - that which covers the swamp. Maceió Capital started with an old sugar-mill, around the VIII century, and its de..

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Manaus

Manaus Lugar de Barra do Rio Negro, is the capital city of the state of Amazonas in northern Brazil. It is situated at the confluence of the Negro and Solimões rivers. With a population of two mi..

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Natal

Land of the sun and the sea. More than 300 days of sun a year, a average temperature of 26 degrees and beautiful beaches inviting to leisure, to a swim in the sea and to the pleasures of life. This is..

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Parati

Paraty is unforgettable! Founded in the first half of the XVIth century, it preserves the most perfect collection of Brazilian colonial architecture that has been declared by the government a National..

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Parintins

Parintins is a municipality in the far east of the Amazonas state, Brazil. It is part of a microregion also named Parintins. The population for the entire municipality was 109,150 (2005) and its area ..

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Porto Belo

Blue and limpid sea, mountains covered with native vegetation, fine white sand, bars, restaurants, the biggest concentration of hotels in Santa Catarina, parks, night life attractions. Exciting resort..

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Recife

Recife is Brazil's fifth largest city, though it still preserves its tranquility and relaxed life style. From its past, Recife still has a notable array of colonial buildings, an inheritance left by t..

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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is an awe-inspiring city of contrasts. Impossibly steep granite mountains jut out of the ocean between glorious stretches of golden sand, impeccable colonial buildings nestle in between..

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Rio Grande do Sul

The Gaucho coastal strip stretches from Torres to Chui in the south of the state, where Brazil ends - or begins. Its beaches are almost bare, without any vegetation and with sand dunes and lakes separ..

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Salvador

Considered the principal entrance gateway to northeastern tourism, Salvador, capital of Bahia, gained fame for its rich religious influence, which, in a climate off fraternal conviviality, joins Catho..

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Santarem

The city of Santarém is located between two great rivers, Amazon and the Tapajós. It is there that the meeting of the green-emerald waters of the Tapajós with brown waters of the Amazon..

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Santos

In February 2nd, 1892, the Port of Santos - considered the largest Port in the Southern Hemisphere - was opened, when the Companhia Docas de Santos - CDS, consigned to the world navigation the first 2..

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Ubatuba

Ubatuba is a Brazilian municipality, located on the southeast coast, in the state of São Paulo. The population in 2010 was 78,801, its density was 110.87 hab/km² with an area of 712 km²..

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Vitoria

The Honey Island, The Sun City, the Nativity Scene City. Many are the adjectives created to describe the beauty of the Island of Vitória, the largest one of an archipelago formed by 34 units. It ..

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