Beautiful white beaches in Rio de Janeiro, in the cities of Santos and Sao Paulo, the friendliness of the local population, low prices - that's what attracts tourists to this country. In addition, I will highlight a few more significant advantages:
When I first visited Brazil (before that I traveled almost all of Southeast Asia), everyone tried to compare these two directions. I will say this - it is incomparable! Perhaps there are some similarities - spicy food, noisy carnivals, beautiful beaches, but the rest of the country is very different. I never regretted my vacation in Brazil.
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you name Brazil? For me personally - carnivals, unrestrained fun and such rest, which later it will be a shame to tell my grandchildren (but there will be something to remember!). However, Brazil is not only about parties, dancing until dawn and liters of alcohol, it is also a bunch of activities for every taste:
The cost of tours to Brazil in 2020 has increased - their quotation of the national currency has increased, therefore, there have been changes. But you can buy a ticket to Brazil from Moscow for an average of 90 thousand rubles. for 7-10 nights in a good hotel with breakfast. If you need the first line, get ready to pay extra + 30%.
Most of our compatriots travel to Brazil to soak up the beaches. And although I am not a supporter of only passive relaxation, here I understand such travelers - the beaches in Brazil are excellent. The best resorts for a beach holiday are:
BRAZIL is an area that extends over almost 8,512 sq. km and includes 5 regions, actively develops ecotourism programs, the possibilities of which are truly endless. Programs of varying degrees of difficulty are offered, depending on the wishes of the client: from climbing the highest peaks in the northern and southeastern regions of the country (Amazon and Minas Gerais), rafting on the Rio de Janeiro rivers to horseback riding on the plains and hills, combined with living in country inns in central Brazil; and guided walks in the forests of the southeast, central and southern parts of the country. And despite this diversity, there are still many untrodden paths and unexplored places in Brazil. Whatever region you are in, you are guaranteed an unforgettable experience with beautiful islands in the sea, canyons, caves, green mountains, sunsets and sunrises, beaches and countless attractions that attract tourists from all over the world.
PANTANAL - VETLAND - ARARAS ECOPARK/PANTANAL - WETLAND - ARARAS ECO LODGE (5 nights)
Arrival in Cuiaba and transfer to the lowlands of the Pantanal - the world's largest rainforest region in central South America, stretching over 3 countries, 168,000 sq. km of which are located in Brazil. It is an ideal ecological niche for numerous species of birds, reptiles and other animals. The Transpantaneira Park Road (Ecopark Araras (Araras Eco Lodge - 19 rooms with air conditioning, shower and large veranda) is 32 km from this road) 147 km long from Pocone to Porto Jofre passes along 126 small wooden walkways leading into the Pantanal ecosystem. On the way, you can observe the local flora and fauna. Climbing a 12-meter observation tower, watching the sunset. After dinner, take an evening stroll to observe the skies of the Southern Hemisphere to hear and experience the nightlife of the Pantanal. Overnight at Araras Eco Lodge.
All day watching the flora and fauna of the Pantanal at the Araras Eco Lodge. After breakfast, horseback riding (2-3 hours) with a guide through flooded meadows and rain forests. After lunch at the lodge, hike around the area. Overnight at Araras Eco Lodge.
After breakfast drive to Santinela camp on the edge of Rio Clarinho. Canoe trip to the habitat of amphibians, birds and plants. Fishing for piranhas. Picnic lunch in traditional Brazilian style (churrasco) by the river. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Tourism in Brazil is a growing sector and key to the economies of several regions in Brazil. In 2018, 6.589 million people visited the country, ranking second in South America after Argentina in terms of international tourist arrivals and third in Latin America after Mexico and Argentina. Revenues from international tourists reached US $ 5.8 billion in 2015, continuing the recovery trend following the economic crisis of 2008-2009.
Brazil offers both domestic and foreign tourists a wide range of opportunities, with natural areas being its most popular tourism product, combining leisure and recreation, mainly sun and beach, and adventure travel, as well as historical and cultural tourism. Among the most popular destinations are the Amazon rainforest, beaches and dunes in the Northeast region, the Pantanal in the Central West region, beaches in Rio de Janeiro and Santa Catarina, cultural and historical tourism in Minas Gerais and business trips to the city. Sao Paulo. ...
According to the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI) 2015, which measures the factors that make business development attractive to the travel and tourism industry of individual countries, Brazil was ranked 28th globally, third in the North and South America after Canada and the United States. Brazil's main competitive advantages are its natural resources, which ranked 1st in this criterion among all the countries considered and 23rd in terms of their cultural resources thanks to numerous World Heritage Sites. The 2013 TTCI report also highlighted major weaknesses in Brazil: ground transport infrastructure remains underdeveloped (129th), road quality is at 121st and the quality of air transport infrastructure is at 131st; and the country continues to suffer from a lack of price competitiveness (126th place), in part due to high and rising ticket and airport taxes and due to high and rising prices in general. Safety and security improved significantly between 2008 and 2013, moving from 128th to 73rd place, and by 2017 dropped to 106th place.
Foreign tourists mainly come from Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, USA, Canada, China, South Korea, Japan , Australia, Chile, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, UK, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Portugal and Russia.
According to the World Tourism Organization), the number of international travel to Brazil began to grow rapidly since 2000, especially in 2004 and 2005. However, there was a slowdown in 2006 and the number of international arrivals hardly increased in both 2007 and 2008. Despite this trend, international tourism revenues continue to grow, from USD 3.9 billion in 2005 to USD 4.9 billion in 2007, an increase of $ 1 billion despite 333,000 fewer arrivals. This favorable trend is the result of the strong devaluation of the US dollar against the Brazilian real, which began in 2004 but, on the other hand, made Brazil a more expensive international destination. This trend reversed in 2009, when both visitor numbers and revenues dropped as a result of the 2008-2009 economic crisis. By 2010, the industry had recovered, with arrivals surpassing the 2006 level to 5.16 million international visitors, and receipts from these visitors reached $ 5.9 billion. In 2012, an all-time record was reached with 5.6 million visitors and US $ 6.6 billion.
Despite an ongoing record of international tourism revenues, the number of Brazilian tourists traveling abroad has grown steadily since 2003, resulting in a net foreign exchange deficit as Brazilians spend more money abroad than income from international tourists visiting Brazil. Overseas tourism spending rose from US $ 5.76 billion in 2006 to US $ 8.21 billion in 2007, up 42.45%, representing a net deficit of US $ 3.26 billion in 2007 compared to US $ 1.45 billion in 2006, up 125% over last year. This trend is driven by Brazilians taking advantage of the stronger real for travel and making relatively cheaper travel expenses abroad. In 2006, Brazilians traveling abroad made up 3.9% of the country's population.
In 2005, tourism provided 3.2% of the country's revenues from the export of goods and services and represented 7% of direct and indirect employment in the Brazilian economy. In 2006, direct employment in the sector reached 1.87 million. Domestic tourism is the main market segment for industry, 51 million traveled throughout the country in 2005, and direct revenues from Brazilian tourists reached USD 21.8 billion, 5.6 times more than foreign tourists in 2005.
In 2005, Rio de Janeiro, Foz do Iguacu, São Paulo, Florianópolis and El Salvador were the most visited cities for tourists from all over the world. The most popular business travel destinations were Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Porto Alegre. In 2006, Rio de Janeiro and Fortaleza were the most popular destinations for national visitors.
The main destinations visited by foreign tourists in 2013 Top 15 in the ranking by the number of visitors Rating (2013) Destination state 1st Rio de Janeiro RJ 2nd Sao Paulo SP 3rd Foz do -Iguazu PR 4th Salvador BA 5th Brasilia DF 6th Porto Alegre RS 7th Buzios RJ 8th Manaus AM 9th Florianópolis SC 10th Fortaleza CE 11th Belo Horizonte MG 12th Curitiba PR 13th Natal RN 14th Recife PE 15th Campinas SP
Tourism in Brazil is growing and one of the key sectors of the Brazilian economy. In 2010, more than 5 million people visited the country, making the country the second largest tourist destination in South America and third in Latin America after Mexico and Argentina. Income from international tourism, which in 2010 reached $ 5.9 billion, shows the country's recovery from the economic crisis of 2008-2009 . In 2011, tourism revenue was $ 6.7 billion with 5.4 million tourists  .
Brazil offers a wide variety of leisure options for tourists: ecological tourism, which is one of the most popular, resorts, adventure tourism, as well as historical and cultural tourism. The most popular destinations are the Amazon rainforest, beaches and dunes in the Northeast region, the Pantanal depression, the beaches of Rio de Janeiro and Santa Catarina, cultural and historical tourism in Minas Gerais, and business tourism in São Paulo.
International Tourism 
According to the World Tourism Organization (WTO), international tourism in Brazil began to grow rapidly since 2000, particularly in 2004 and 2005. However, in 2006 there was a slowdown in the growth of tourist travel, and in 2007 and 2008 there was almost no growth    . Despite this decline, international tourism revenues continue to grow, from $ 3.8 billion in 2005 to $ 4.9 billion in 2007. This positive trend is a result of the strong devaluation of the US dollar against the Brazilian real that began in 2004. [14 ]. But this trend reversed in 2009 when visitor numbers and revenues fell as a result of the 2008-2009 economic crisis . By 2010, the industry recovered, the number of tourists reached the 2006 level (5.1 million), and the income amounted to $ 5.9 billion . In 2011, a record was set - 5.4 million visitors and more than $ 6.7 billion in profits  .
Despite continued growing tourism revenues, the number of Brazilian tourists traveling abroad has grown steadily since 2003. Overseas tourism spending rose from $ 5.7 billion in 2006 to $ 8.2 billion in 2007 (spending rose 42.45%). This trend is driven by Brazilians who have taken advantage of Real Madrid on their travels, which results in relatively cheap spending abroad . In 2006, 3.9% of the country's population traveled abroad .
In 2005, tourism revenues accounted for 3.2% of the country's profits from exports of goods and services, and also represented 7% of jobs in the Brazilian economy . In 2006, direct employment in this sector reached 1.8 million people . Domestic tourism is one of the main market segments for industry, in 2005 51 million Brazilians traveled throughout the country , and their revenues reached $ 21.8 billion , which is 5.6 times more than from foreign tourists ...
In 2005, the most visited cities in Brazil were Rio de Janeiro, Foz do Iguacu, Sao Paulo, Florianopolis and El Salvador. The most popular business travel destinations were Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Porto Alegre. 
The most visited cities in Brazil in 2005  Leisure, resorts Business tourism Other destinations Location (2005) City, district% Location (2005) City, district% Location (2005) City, district% 1-еRio- de Janeiro 31.1 Sao Paulo 49 1st Sao Paulo 32 2nd Iguazu 17 2nd Rio de Janeiro 22 2nd Rio de Janeiro 25 3rd Sao Paulo 13 3 -ePorto-Alegre 8. 3-e-Belu-Horizonte 6. 4-th Florianopolis 12-th. Curitiba 5. 4-th. Salvador 6. 5-th. Salvador 11. 5-e. 6. 6th Campinas 4. 6th Curitiba 4. 7th Fortaleza 6. 7th Brasilia 3. 7th Florianopolis 4. 8th Natal 5. 8th Iguazu 3. 8th Port Alegre 3. 9th Buzius 5. 9 Salvador 2.9th Fortaleza 3.10thManaus 4.10thFlorianopolis 1.10thBrazilia 3.
Tourists from Argentina (20.%), USA (12.%) and Italy (5.%) visit Brazil most of all. List of countries whose tourists most often visit Brazil in 2006-2008:
Below is a comparative summary of the key tourism indicators of Brazil versus Latin America. The indicators are shown in the table below.
There are no places with the same geographic location on Earth. Any country occupies one or another, but necessarily, unique, position on the globe both in relation to other states and to its environment - to the sea, oceans, rivers, forests. And accordingly, it derives (or not) economic benefits from its location.
Extensive rainforests in the north of the country. A hilly and low-mountainous region is in the south (it should be noted that most of the agricultural population of the country lives here).
The geographical position of Brazil is extremely beneficial for its inhabitants. It occupies forty-seven percent of the entire territory of South America. Moreover, seven percent of it is located in the northern hemisphere. The length of Brazil from south to north is over four thousand kilometers and the same is from east to west. The country has a common border with almost all the powers of South America, except for Chile and Ecuador.
This country also owns whole groups of archipelagos, which include the islands nearby. True, it should be noted, except for military garrisons or scientific workers, almost no one lives there (the only exception is the Fernando di Noronha archipelago, where a small community lives - a little more than three thousand people, and that is not permanent).
The Guiana Highlands are located to the north of the state, and the Brazilian Highlands to the south. They are separated by the Amazonian lowland, which in ancient times was the bottom of the sea - surviving parts of marine organisms are still found on its territory. Today it is the largest lowland in the entire globe, with an area of more than five million kilometers.
One of the most unique attractions in Brazil is the Amazonian forests.
The Amazon today is one of the few parts of the planet that has been preserved almost intact. But it should be noted that people are slowly rectifying the situation. Due to climate change and the beginning of indiscriminate deforestation at the end of the last century (scientists noted a seventy percent decline in forests there), ecologists argue that huge tracts of Amazonian forests may soon turn into savannah. The consequences of this, undoubtedly, will be reflected throughout the entire globe.
The geographical position of Brazil is also unique in that it also has the largest water system in the world, consisting of the Amazon, Parana, La Plata and San Francisco rivers. In turn, they formed a huge number of waterfalls, the Iguazu Falls, which is located on the border with Argentina, gained particular popularity. Also famous is Guaira or Seti Kedas in Parana.
By economic and geographical position, scientists mean not only the category of space, but also a socio-historical and economic concept. Indeed, the development of the territory often directly depends on how conveniently the territory is located (as well as who lives there).
It's hard to find fault with the Brazilian EGP, of course. The fifth largest country in the world, it has a large amount of natural resources.
There are mineral deposits on its territory. In the depths of the state there is a lot of coal, gold, diamonds, amethysts, emeralds, as well as iron, manganese and uranium ores.
Outside the EU, there is a perception that Germany is a tourist haven for the disabled. In fact, experts say, this is a myth. Many castles and palaces are not accessible to people with disabilities.
The Czech Republic, one of the most urbanized and liberal Slavic countries, has made great strides and joined the EU in 2004, although rising crime and rising prices remain pressing issues.