This six-day trip through two regions of Brazil provides a great combination of culture and adventure. Begin in the charming island city of São Luís. Embark on a sightseeing tour of all the main streets, avenues, and squares. Then, travel to Barreirinhas, your home base surrounding Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. Boat along the Preguiças River, Atins Circuit, and Lagoa Azul Circuit, trek the dunes, and swim in lagoons along the way.
Brazil 6-Day Tours & Itineraries
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The surreal landscape of Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is one of Brazil's many treasures, and this 6-day hiking itinerary will take you straight into the heart of this natural phenomenon. Rise early to catch stunning sunrises and trek through tall, white sand dunes dotted with thousands of freshwater lagoons that form in the rainy season. Enjoy quiet evenings and drift to sleep in a swaying hammock amid the sounds of nature.
Explore spectacular Fernando de Noronha, a secluded island paradise located hundreds of miles away from the nearest coast. This dreamy location is perfect for both relaxing and enjoying a tropical adventure. Go snorkeling and diving among the coral reefs, hike along the island's trails for views of turquoise waters and dramatic cliffs, or unwind on the white-sand beaches — voted the world's most beautiful.
Nature-lovers won't want to miss this relaxed 6-day itinerary that allows for plenty of adventure in the Pantanal—the world’s largest tropical wetland. You'll stay in a series of independent safari hotels in Poconé and Porto Jofre that make the perfect jumping-off point for hikes, birdwatching expeditions, and more. You'll see colorful exotic birds, giant anteaters, jaguars, capybaras, anacondas, and piranhas on multiple safari expeditions and have plenty of time to relax or book additional activities that match your interests.
Spend six days diving deep into the culture and local gastronomy on this hybrid eco-tourism and culinary itinerary in the Para State of Brazil. Start in Belem to see the local fish markets and sample cuisine, then head downriver to Cotijuba Island for a community visit where you'll learn to make local dishes, hike through the Amazon, and join the women's empowerment project to throw a beach luau.
In less than a week, you can experience the best wildlife tours in Brazil's remote Pantanal region. Travel across the largest wetlands on earth by boat, vehicle, and on foot to see exotic animals ranging from friendly capybaras and blue macaws to menacing caimans and stalking jaguars. This packed itinerary includes photo safaris, nature hikes, sunrise tours—even a horseback ride with Pantanal cowboys.
Escape to Brazil for six glorious days as you discover the history, culture, nightlife, and food of Rio de Janeiro. Start with a visit to Christ the Redeemer to marvel at the stunning view overlooking the city. Stroll through the charming streets of Santa Teresa and then visit the Rio Botanical Garden. Enjoy the pristine beaches of Búzios, drink your way through the most popular botecos in the city, and finish your trip with a visit to Samba City, where you'll learn about Carnival, samba music, and dancing.
Spend six days exploring Brazil's Amazon rainforest as you navigate its complex waterway systems by canoe. Start in Manaus, the gateway of the Amazon, then set off via the river to reach your jungle lodge. Here you'll spend four nights immersed in the wonders of the rainforest—spotting wildlife on guided walks, paddling through flooded forests by dugout canoe, meeting local Indigenous residents, and, if you're feeling adventurous, learning survival tips as you spend the night at a remote jungle camp.
Venture through Brazil's highlights on this compact six-day adventure. Start in Rio to wander its Old Town and see iconic landmarks such as Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf Mountain. Explore the Río Botanical Garden and then jet off to Foz do Iguaçu. Discover some of the 275 waterfalls at Iguaçu Falls from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides of the park, then mingle with exotic birds at Parque das Aves (Bird Park) as you learn about their significance to Brazil's delicate ecosystem.
In six days, you'll see the highlights of Salvador from every angle as you experience the food, music, history, and culture of Brazil's Bahia state. Go bar hopping in the bohemian district of Rio Vermelho, wander the colonial neighborhood of Pelourinho to learn about Bahian art, and taste Bahia's distinct flavors with a market tour and cooking class. Take a sailing trip to local islands and laze on pristine beaches, then sway to the rhythms of local percussion artists as you bid your farewells.