What could be a better way to see the charming coastal cities and incredible islands of Brazil than a cruise around these beautiful places? There are a lot of different cruises with different routes and certainly a perfect one for you!
Below we have listed some of our favorite cruise routes that come through Brazil.
This amazing cruise leaves from Rio De Janeiro and stops at two gorgeous islands, Ilhabela and Ilha Grande. This cruise lasts 3 days, and during those days you are able to see some of the most beautiful places in the southeast of Brazil. Ilhabela is an archipelago full of incredible natural wonders such as volcanic peaks, beaches, dense tropical jungle, and around 360 waterfalls. The next stop is Ilha Grande, an island known for its scenic beauty, unspoiled tropical beaches, luxurious vegetation, and rugged landscape. This is perfect for people who are on vacation in Rio de Janeiro, but want to get a break from the hectic city life to paradise islands!
In addition to the starting location in Salvador, during this terrific cruise, you will see three lovely places, Ilheus, Ilha Grande and Santos. The duration of the cruise is 7 days and everyday there is something new and wonderful to see and experience! The first stop is in Ilhéus, a rather small city with around 200,000 people, magnificent beaches, and an interesting history. The next stop is Ilha Grande, an Island known for its scenic beauty, unspoiled tropical beaches, vegetation, and rugged landscape. Last but not least is Santos, a port city known for its huge seaside garden, which is the biggest in the world according to Guinness book of records. This cruise is suitable for people who are looking for completely different places and cruising for a week surrounded by unique and fascinating landscapes!
The ship raises its anchors in Santos, and the first destination is Salvador, afterwards, it heads back south, with three other stops, Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, and Ilha Grande. Salvador was once the marvelous capital of Portugal’s greatest New World colony, the city is certainly Brazil’s Afro-Brazilian jewel. In addition to the many historical attractions, the city also possesses a breathtaking coastline. The next stop is Buzios, a sophisticated paradise with pristine white sand, chic boutiques, yacht clubs, gorgeous architecture, and exquisite restaurants creating a French Riviera vibe. After Buzios it’s time for Copacabana, one of the most famous beaches in Brazil, located in Rio de Janeiro. Copacabana’s atmosphere is extremely vibrant with a lot of people enjoying their day at the beach by playing beach games or just relaxing on the fine sand. The last destination is Ilha Grande, an Island known for its scenic beauty, unspoilt tropical beaches, luxuriant vegetation and rugged landscape. This route is for people who want to see bigger cities but also beautiful nature and peaceful places, the duration is one week.
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