Travel welcomes your family or group to the vast land of Brazil
in South America, with more excitement, contrast and mystery than
you could experience in a lifetime of travel. We can take you there,
with great service and tour programs, designed with your desires
and budget in mind.
About Family Travel has very carefully selected accommodations that
are group and family friendly. We can get you there in style. Looking
for a small family-run B&B, a beach front apartment, or rustic chalet?
We can arrange any accommodation your heart desires. We also offer
guided tours, luxury motor coaches, car rentals, and travel protection
insurance. And we have the best connections to provide you with
very competitive prices for all your air travel transportation.
Wherever you travel, there will be an agent on call to assist you.
And we guarantee you a personal welcome and assistance when you
arrive at your destination airport.
All this and more is available just by contacting About Family Travel.
Take a tour of our web site, explore one of our sample itineraries,
and discover the events and sights of Brazil. The world and all
its wonders are waiting for you.
covers almost half of the South American continent. It is bordered
to the north, west and south by all South American countries except
Chile and Ecuador; to the east is the Atlantic. The country is relatively
flat with over 60% of the country consisting of plateau. Almost
entirely covered with thick rainforest, the north of Brazil is known
as the 'exotic Amazon', an area where nature prevails over all else.
The Amazon River and its tributaries are ideal for boat excursions
and offer excellent angling.
Brasilia, the country's capital, is known for its futuristic architecture,
most notably in the Praca dos Tres Poderes and The National Congress.
In contrast, Rio de Janeiro is renowned for its excellent beaches,
such as Copacabana and Ipanema, and of course for its world-famous
The food varies, from north to south: all the way from the exotic
flavors of typical regional foods and many fruits you have never
heard of before, to very international seasonings. Specialties in
Brazilian cuisine include vatapa (shrimps, fish oil and coconut
milk, bread and rice), feijoada (baked black beans with meat, rice
and vegetables) and sarapatel (liver, heart, tomatoes, peppers,
onion and gravy). The local draught beer is called chopp.
The best entertainment occurs in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo after
midnight. Small clubs provide nightly entertainment throughout both
cities. You will find a richly musical people, represented by the
bossa nova of "The Girl from Ipanema" and the rhythmic African beats.