• Bay of the kings Angra dos Reis

    Bay of the kings Angra dos ReisAngra dos Reis is located in southern part in Rio de Janeiro state of Brazil. It is mainly known as Brazilian municipality having 365 islands. Angra dos Reis is very popular to the tourists because there have plenty of beaches around the area.

    Angra dos Reis were discovered on January 6, 1502. Today this municipality has become a main point for the tourism. Because it has almost two hundred beaches filled with natural beauty, legends and social events.

    Ilha grade is best among all the islands. It is considered the paradise of adventure. Not only had the title of adventure but also it played an important role in Brazilian historical culture scenario. Once this islands was busiest islands because it was the part of the Fluminense coast. Mainly Angra dos Reis are located between the state of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.  (more…)

  • Petropolis – Dynamic History of the Imperial Museum

    Dynamic History of Imperial Museum, PetropolisPetropolis is mainly known as the imperial city of Brazil which is located in Rio de Janeiro. This imperial city is mainly popular for the imperial museum and crystal palace. Petropolis is 68 km away from the state capital. It is also the home of national laboratory scientific computing.

    History of imperial museum

    A dynamic history is involved behind the city. City of peter was the summer residence of the Brazilian emperors in 19th century. It was officially declared as the capital of Rio de Janeiro between 1894 and 1902.  (more…)

  • Life in favela Rio de Janeiro

    Life in favela Rio de JaneiroFavela is a Portuguese word. It is the term for a slum or shanty town in Brazil. Most of the favelas are located in hill side and urban areas. Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are famous for favelas. Almost 950 favelas are located in Rio. These favelas will introduces you to another Rio.

    Among these favela Vila Caroas and Rochina are the largest ones in Brazil.

    Favela first appeared in the late 19th century. Brazilian soliders built it to live. Favela is also spelled favela. The primitive favela was built on the Morro de Castelo in Rio de Janeiro Brazil.  (more…)

  • Hand planted Rainforest Tijuca National Park, Rio de Janeiro

    Hand planted Rainforest Tijuca National Park, Rio de JaneiroTijuca rainforest also known as Tijuca National Park spotted in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This is the 2nd highest peak in Rio de Janeiro at 3350 feet. It contains the largest urban forest in the world. Now it is part of world heritage site.

    History of Tijuca Rainforest

    The original Tijuca rainforest had been deforested in order to cultivate coffee. After all it was replanted by Major Manuel Gomes archer in 19th century to protect Rio’s water supply. It is surrounded by the Corcovado Mountain and Christ the Redemmer. Tijuca forest was declared a National Park and a Brazil Federal Conservation area in 1961. About two million visitors travel to this forest annually.  (more…)

  • Christ the Redeemer and Corcovado Mountain, Rio de Janeiro

    Christ the Redeemer and Corcovado Mountain, Rio de JaneiroCorcovado Mountain is located in central Rio de Janeiro. It is also known as “Hunch Back” in Portuguese language. Because of its shape it is also named hunch back. The Statue of Redeemer is situated on top of the Corcovado Mountain.

    Height: 710m / 2329 feet
    Geology (type): Granite
    Translation: Hunchback
    Nearest lake: Lagoa Rodrigode Freitas
    Nearest beaches: Ipanema and Copacabana

    Why tourists like Corcovado?

    1. Corcovado Mountain is one of the most widely recognized landmarks in Rio de Janeiro.
    2. Corcovado has its own dedicated song. The English version of this song titled by “Quiet nights of quiet stars”. It was written by Brazilian famous musicians and composer named Antonio Carlos Jobim.  (more…)
  • Natural Comeliness of the Sugarloaf Mountain

    Sugarloaf Mountain at a GlanceSugarloaf Mountain is one of the world’s famous natural comeliness peaks and is situated in Rio de Janeiro, capital of Brazil on a peninsula that sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean. This mountain stands 396 meters high from the harbor.

    The Sugarloaf is linked with the historic Guanbara Bay. It is also known as Pao de Acucar in Portuguese. Granite and quartz are the two major structural elements of this mountain.  (more…)