Tag Archives: Natural Wonders of Brazil

Brazil

The biggest country in South America, Brazil showcases more than jungles and beaches with its hospitable people and great cities that shows the country’s contrast. This country borders all other country in the continent with the exception of Chile and Ecuador. There are many travel destinations that you can visit in this country, along with the biodiversity of their flora ... Read More »

Neblina da Pica

Neblina da Pica is a high pyramid or tooth like shaped mountain that stands at 2994 metres high and is located in Brazil. It is said to lie on the Brazilian border and Venezuelan border at  Pico de Marco. Neblina da Pica is sometimes said to be the highest point in South America, and being on the border of Venezuela ... Read More »

Aparados Da Serra

The Parque Nacional de Aparados da Serra loosely translated means Aparados Da Serra National Park. This park is located in the Serra Geral range of Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil. It was declared a national park in 1959 and is among one of the first Brazilian national parks, created in an effort to protect the Itaimbezinho canyon. The Aparados ... Read More »

Cerrado

The large expanse of tropical savanna eco-region in Brazil is known as the Cerrado found in the states of Goiás as well as Minas Gerais in Brazil. The cerrado is the home to massive variety of plant and animal biodiversity. The World Wide Fund for Nature has described Cerrado as the richest savanna in the planet biologically. The Cerrado region ... Read More »

Sugar Loaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain is one of the popular tourist destinations of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. The peak is about 396 meters high and resembles the shape of refined loaf sugar. The peak is the only example of the monolithic morros made of granite and quartz that mount directly in a straight form from the edge of the water from the mouth ... Read More »

Lençóis Maranhenses National Park

The Lençóis Maranhenses in the Maranhão state of Brazil is the home to Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. The park area is a low and flat plain and usually becomes flooded during the rainy season. It is often overlaid by large sand dunes and covers an area of more than 1000 square kilometers. The area experiences abundant rainfall and has no ... Read More »

Igapo Forest

Igapo Forest is a type of rain forest as the vegetation can well survive constantly in wet conditions. These forests occur in those regions where the annual rainfall reaches above 2,000 millimeters and occurs all through the year. The Igapó Forests are usually flooded forests found along the banks of the lower Amazon basin as here a large forest area ... Read More »

Flood Forest of Amazonas

The Flooded Forest of Amazonas in Brazil is one of the most stunning places in the world. The flooded forests or the várzea is considered to be one of the Brazil’s natural wonders and hosts to a rich ecosystems that is present in the Amazon basin. The main reason behind this is its biological diversity, the wealthy yield from Amazonas ... Read More »

Corcovado

Corcovado is one of the vital tourist attractions of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil and serves as a complement to the Harbor of Rio which is one of the 7 wonders of nature. Corcovado is a granite peak situated in the Tijuca Forest national park and rises to 710 m height above the sea level and has a statue of ... Read More »

Caraca National Park

Caraca National Park is a remarkable forest reserve of Brazil that is located in the center of the Serra do Espinhaço Mountains and is said to be one of the best places of South America. The park area is located at an elevation of 720 m and stretches to 2070 m upwards. The meaning of Caraça is ‘big face’ and ... Read More »