Brazil is a country which has a great territorial extension and offers many distinct experiences. There are 27 states that bestow landscapes, culture and several and widely different stories.

We can visit many cities like Minas Gerais or São Paulo, the famous beaches of Rio or the ones of the Northeast, the Amazon Forest or the splendid Bahia.

It’s a gorgeous country. I invited 2 bloggers to write about what they like the most about it. Read what Mariana Bueno of and Filipe Morato Gomes do have to say.

Also known as the Marvelous City, it comprises attractions which are appealing to all sorts of travelers. In addition to the beautiful beaches, such as Copacabana and Ipanema, and world-famous tourist attractions such as the Christ the Redeemer and the Sugar Loaf, there are museums, cultural options, parks for outdoor activities, trails, lots of nature and the best of all: the sun shines almost every day of the year. When it comes to its cuisine, try the traditional feijoada with a caipirinha as a beverage. At the beach, the Globo biscuit (with sprinkles) and the cold mate cannot be overlooked. It comes as no surprise that this is one of the most popular destinations chosen by Brazilian and foreign tourists.

At the blog there are more posts about Rio de Janeiro:

Lençóis Maranhenses National Park by Filipe Morato Gomes

A decade is now gone since I visited Lençóis Maranhenses, and not even for a little tidbit I have forgotten those unique landscapes. A wide range of immaculate dunes sprinkled with dotted mirrors, large and small, often taken over by the rain, watering the landscape with the tepid colors the crystalline blue, turquoise, all the tonalities that the water’s transparency can assume. It’s a treat for the senses.

One day, with Barreirinhas already behind, I arrived by jeep at the fishing village of Atins and the village of Caburé, in the surroundings of the natural park. On one side, the Preguiças River; on the other, the Atlantic Ocean; In the middle, a few hundred meters of sand. In the company of the moon, the stars, the breeze, the waves, the fishermen. An absolute peace, in a pier right next to the river.

This is how I recall the Like a site of peacefulness. One of the most special I have ever had the chance to meet in Brazil.