Brazil Escorted Tours & Guided Holidays

Escorted Tours & Guided Holidays to Brazil

Breath-taking is the only way to describe Brazil. As one of the world’s biggest countries, achieving the right balance between relaxing and exploring can be a challenge here, which is why Brazil touring holidays from Travelsphere are undoubtedly the best way of experiencing a thrilling adventure in this extraordinary part of our planet. The south is where you’ll find some of its most spectacular scenery, from verdant vineyards as far as the eye can see to one side of the mighty Iguazu Falls – the world’s largest system of cascades. The city of Rio de Janeiro is also well worth a visit; famed for its 38m Christ the Redeemer statue and bustling Copacabana beach, you’re guaranteed a great time. It's also here that the legendary Rio Carnival, frequently referred to as the 'Greatest Party on Earth', takes place. For Brazil guided tours like no other, Travelsphere is your best bet.

Brazil offers a whole multitude of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. From cable cars and superb sunshine to white sands lapped by azure waters, there’s simply nowhere else like it on Earth. Brazil escorted tours with Travelsphere treat you to a wealth of sights and attractions everyone can enjoy; whether you’re a culture vulture or a nature lover, being impressed is the only logical outcome here. And if you like to party (we know we sure do!), there’s even the option to go on holiday with us during the spectacular Rio Carnival Winners’ Parade, to which you’re cordially invited. Book your Brazil escorted tour with Travelsphere for a trip you’ll remember (and cherish) forever!

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Featured Escorted Tour Holidays


    Latin Wonders of the World

    Soak up the spectacular sights and sounds of four Latin American countries - Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil - on a tour that's strictly for the adventurous.

    • Return flights
    • 15 nights in 4-star hotels, 2 nights in flight
    • 20 meals: 15 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
    18 days from
  2. Sun setting over Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

    Chile, Argentina & Brazil

    A chance to explore breathtaking sights in three fascinating South American countries.

    • Return flights
    • 11 nights in 4 and 5-star hotels, 2 nights in flight
    • 11 meals: 10 breakfasts, 1 dinner
    14 days from
What are the highlights of Brazil?

Head to South America and you must visit Iguacu Falls. Here, more than 275 waterfalls combine to create a landscape that is simply jaw-dropping. The most famous of the falls is Devil's Throat and as the water cascades almost hypnotically over the edge the sound that surrounds you is thunderous. 

Perhaps one of the most iconic sights to visit on a tour to Brazil is the statue of Christ the Redeemer - it's no surprise that it's one of the modern seven wonders of the world as this imposing statue watches over the city of Rio. But it's not just the statue that is worth the visit - the ride up the cog railway and views across to Sugar Loaf Mountain and the bay are mesmerising. 

For a once in a lifetime visit to Brazil - tie your trip into the Rio Carnival as a festival atmosphere takes over the city. With seats in the Sambodromo enjoy watching colour, dancing and music parade in front of you.

Spending time in Rio also offers the opportunity to spend time at Copacabana Beach. Walk along the golden sandy beach, go for a dip in the clear sea waters or simply relax and take in the atmosphere. Perfect!

What is the best time of year to take a holiday to Brazil?

Brazil has a pleasant climate with an average of nine hours sunshine a day in the summer months. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year.

Casual lightweight clothes are the order of the day for warmer climates. We also recommend that you take a warm jacket, bathing costume and good walking shoes.

You may find a cardigan or pullover useful for air-conditioned buildings and transportation.  

What's the food like in Brazil?

Brazilian cuisine is strongly influenced by Portugal.  The national dish of Brazil is feijoada which is traditionally served on Saturdays at lunchtime. This consists of black beans, sausage, beef and pork which are all served with rice. The national drink in Brazil is ‘caipiriaha’.  This is a type of cocktail made of crushed lime, sugar and pinga, a spirit made from sugar cane.

What the time zone in Brazil?

Brazil has four official time zones, the standard zone covering north, north eastern, south and south eastern regions, and includes Rio de Janeiro. Brazil uses daylight saving time, which means they are 4 hours behind GMT from October to March.

What is the currency in Brazil?

The currency in Brazil is the Real (R$).

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