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African influences add to Salvador's lively culture

A night in Salvador

On a recent trip to Brazil, Latin America specialist Sinead was blown away by the lively and musical culture of Salvador. Here she writes about how she was swept off her feet on arrival… We landed into Salvador at 8pm, having left our lodge in the heart of Brazil’s Northern Pantanal at 7am.  After the arduous journey more »

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Football on Ipanema Beach

Brazil: South America’s longest coastline

Brazil is renowned for its stunning beaches. The country has over 7,500 kilometres of coastline, from the unspoiled, dune backed beaches of the north such as Jericoacoara, to the stunning beaches in the south with their great diving spots such as Ilha Grande – there are plenty to pick from. As a result of the more »

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Latin America in Spring

Travelling in spring means cheaper flights and accommodation, and avoiding large crowds before the summer sets in. Not to go unmentioned is escaping the April showers and making the most of the May bank holidays. It is a fantastic time to travel and given that it is”low season”, there’s still availability for this year! We’ve more »

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The Pantanal: Exploring the Heart of Wild Brazil

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