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LATIN AMERICA Amazon rainforest


A TASTE OF BRAZIL NEW


11 DAYS from £2595 (per person twin share with flights)


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A great introduction to this colourful country: Rio, Iguassu Falls and Buzios


DAY 1 – Fly to Rio de Janeiro Overnight flight from Heathrow to Rio with TAM Brazilian Airlines.


DAYS 2 to 4 – Rio de Janeiro 3 nights at the Windsor Excelsior Copacabana Hotel. Sightseeing to include Corcovado, the Statue of Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf Mountain.


DAYS 5/6 – Iguassu Falls 2 nights at Mabu Thermas Hotel, with exploration of both sides of the falls, including the thundering ‘Devil’s Throat’.


DAYS 7 to 9 – Buzios 3 nights spent relaxing at the exclusive Vila D’Este hotel, with its breathtaking views over the bay.


DAYS 10/11 – Fly to the UK Morning at leisure before your TAM Brazilian flight from Rio back to the UK, arriving the following morning.


Jaguar, The Pantanal Salvador


DEPARTURES JAN-DEC AMAZON LODGE EXTENSION


RIO SIGHTSEEING Brazil’s most famous landmarks offer stunning views of the city, its bays and beaches. The statue of Christ, reached by train, has dominated the skyline since 1931, while Sugar Loaf Mountain is almost 400 metres high and is reached by taking 2 cable car rides.


WHERE TO STAY IN RIO


As you would expect, the choice of hotels in Rio is endless, a couple of the best include:


COPACABANA PALACE – An Orient-Express property right on the beach, this is Rio’s most famous and traditional hotel


SANTA TERESA – A stunning boutique hotel in the artistic heart of Rio with tropical gardens, panoramic pools and a complete nature Spa


Special Something Rio Carnival


Why not extend your holiday and journey into the Amazon where a full programme of activities awaits you?


4-nights at the Amazon Eco Park from £995 per person


BRAZILIAN WILDLIFE ODYSSEY


15 DAYS from £4495 (per person twin share with flights)


NEW itinerary


Visit 2 of the world’s most famous wildlife ecosystems: the Amazon Basin and the vast Pantanal


DAY 1 – Fly to Rio de Janeiro Overnight flight to Rio with TAM Brazilian Airlines.


DAYS 2/3 – Rio de Janeiro 2 nights spent at the Sofitel Rio de Janeiro Copacabana.


DAYS 4 to 6 – Amazon Rainforest 3 night stay at the Amazon Eco Park with a full programme of activities.


DAY 7 – Cuiaba Fly to Cuiaba for 1 night at the Deville Hotel


DAYS 8 to 10 – Panatanal Spend 3 nights at the Pousada do Rio Mutum in the stunning Pantanal region.


CARNIVAL IN RIO Held 7 weeks before Easter, the annual Rio Carnival is a globally renowned 4-day spectacular of colour and noise. Rio is transformed into a sea of samba, street bands and surreal costumes, in which you can immerse yourself prior to viewing the epic Samba School Parades proceed through the Sambodromo. Early booking is recommended.


DAYS 11 to 13 – Cuiaba-Iguassu Falls Spend 1 night back in Cuiaba before flying to Iguassu Falls for 2 nights at the Hotel Das Cataratas


DAYS 14/15 – Fly to the UK Morning at leisure before your TAM Brazilian flight via Sao Paulo back to the UK, arriving the following morning.


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