Brazil is one of the largest and most fascinating countries in Latin America and one which you could spend months exploring. I spent two weeks there 10 years ago and only managed to get a glimpse into its rich heritage and its colourful cultural past.
Since there are several international airports and connections, you can get to Brazil from many places as far away as South Africa or, of course, from the US and Europe.
Getting a Brazil visa is also easy and can be obtained on arrival for many nationalities. When there, especially outside of the main cities of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, prices are reasonably cheap.
If you only had a few days and wanted to do like me, these are three fantastic places to visit in Brazil.
1. Fernando de Noronha
If you ever dreamed of a laid-back, remote and beautiful island paradise that would have to be Fernando de Noronha.
Read more from source: 3 Incredible UNESCO listed places in Brazil