GENERAL INFORMATION

Brazil is a land which, according to a popular saying: “was blessed by God and is naturally beautiful”. A visit to Brazil means the unexpected discovery of a place of warm tropical sun and 5000 miles of white-sand beaches, of coconut groves and mango trees, of music and dance, of baroque colonial towns and villages, plus impressive cities of 21st century opulence and sophistication. Brazil´s allure is not only in the climate, the landscapes and the architecture, it lies in the people themselves, whose sense of cordial hospitality and friendship create the perfect environment for your special interest travel.

NORTHEAST REGION

FORTALEZA

Fortaleza, the capital of the State of Ceara, enjoys year long sunshine and a traditional Northeast lifestyle. The city is filled with the energy of Forro, the region’s traditional music, and is reflected in their festive restaurants and cuisine, bars and nightlife, and hotel and service industries. The locals are renowned for their kind and welcoming spirit, hospitality, and cultural animation all of which leave lasting impressions on visitors of the area. The city prides itself on maintaining tradition and each afternoon you can watch the local “jangada” fisherman unload the day’s catch from their rafts. With over 25 km of pristine beaches, visitors have the option of visiting great swimming beaches like “Praia do Futuro” and more remote beaches like Jericoacoara. Fortaleza is a very modern city and has become one of the preferred points of interest for Brazilian and Latin-American visitors due to the combination of a preserved nature with excellent, modern infrastructure, sophisticated tourist facilities, and fantastic service

RECIFE

Capital of the state of Pernambuco in the Northeast, Recife is known as the “Brazilian Venice” due to its many channels, waterways and innumerable bridges that resemble the famous Venice of Italy. It is the major entry point to the Northeast, with regular flights to all major cities in Brazil as well as European cities such as Lisbon, London and Frankfurt. The city has an excellent culinary scene serving delicious international cuisine as well as succulent fish dishes typical of the region. Fresh coconut water is found on almost every corner. Close to the capital is Piedade Beach and traveling further away lie the untouched beaches of Tamandare, Sao Jose da Coroa Grande, Maria Farinha and Porto de Galinhas. The sun shines brighter in Recife than anywhere else in Brazil its beaches are undoubtedly among the loveliest in the Northeast.

PORTO DE GALINHAS

Located 70 kilometers from Recife, Porto de Galinhas is full of breathtaking scenery. Along with the transparent warm-water pools, the coast provides beaches with perfect waves for surfing. The city also has interesting historical points – the center was formerly a landing port in the days of the slave trade, and is now a small fishing village wtih rustic houses, lively bars, exquisite restaurants and nightclubs.

SALVADOR

The oldest city in Brazil and its first capital, Salvador was a major post for the slave trade and is now a thriving center of Afro-Brazilian life. Salvador is considered the country’s soul and the birthplace of Brazilian culture. The local cuisine, music, dance and vibrant visual arts are all testaments to this pervasive African influence. As one of Brazil’s greatest historical destinations, the city is filled with churches, homes and forts that reflect stunning Portuguese architecture from the Baroque period. Outside the city lie some of Northeastern Brazil’s most pristine beaches, including the renowned Praia do Forte and Costa do Sauípe. Considered Brazil’s most artistic city, Salvador has a lively art scene and its streets are filled with dance and music all year round.

NATAL

Natal, the “city of sun,” is one of the most enjoyable capitals of Brazil, with its wide avenues, modern infrastructure, high quality service industry, hospitable locals and purest air in all of the Americas. Natal offers its visitors quality moments of peace and wellbeing with its charming beaches and local cultural richness, making any vacation to the city unforgettable.

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G T TOURS OFFICES:

Plantation, Florida  
13494 NW 7th Street
Plantation, Florida 33325

Miami, Florida 
9930 SW 142 Street
Miami, Florida 33176

Toll Free USA & Canada:
(800) 666 8687
Local Number: 
(305) 436 0933 
Fax:     
(305 436 0843