Do you want to visit Brazil, but it’s difficult for you to decide the best to time to do so?
Well, the most popular period for going to Brazil is December through March.
This is the season when Brazilians have summer vacation, and it’s the timeframe of the most popular Carnival in the world – which takes place just before Lent, sometime between early February and the middle of March.
Prices during this period are significantly higher, and there are not always enough rooms in the hotels.
So if you are interested in visiting Rio de Janeiro for the festivities, it is highly recommended to reserve accommodations several months before traveling.
Rio de Janeiro is quite hot from December to March, so the off-seasons from April to June and from August to November could be ideal times for your trip. It can also be rather cool in July.
The Amazon Rainforest has high humidity year round, and the average temperature there is about 27 degrees; however, it can go up to about 35 degrees.
The period from December to March is a little rainier than the rest of the year; however, as a rule, the weather becomes warmer when it’s raining – but not for more than an hour.
The Pantanal (wetlands): the best time to tour is from June to August when the water level is lower and lagoons are more accessible.
Northeast beaches, including Resif and El Salvador, are terrific places to go as they are sunny and warm throughout the year.
April through October is also a good timeframe for visiting Rio de Janeiro. The advantage of going here, or any place in Brazil, during this period is that the temperatures are not very high and the number of tourists is low, so you can enjoy a calmer and more pleasant atmosphere in the city.
Currency: Brazilian Real BRL
Population: 207,350,000 people (2017 estimate).
Brazil is a country of tremendous beauty. The dazzling beaches and boundless rainforests display only part of the magnificence that millions of tourists expect to find here.
Brazil is an extremely rich territory with over 2000 beaches and more than 1000 islands off its Atlantic coast.
The culture of Brazil has been formed over hundreds of years by people of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. T
hat diverse heritage is expressed in the art and architecture of historical cities, as well as the holidays and the richness of Brazilian cuisine.
The brightest celebrations of Brazil, especially the ones that take place in Rio de Janeiro, are well known around the world for their scope, chic, and fun.
The most exciting cultural events are, of course, the famous Brazilian Carnival and New Year’s. Many guests dream of being part of these tremendous events!
In 2018, the dates of Carnival in Rio are February 10-13. Be prepared to book flights and hotels well in advance, as people make reservations six months ahead of this renowned happening.
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