Rich in natural resources, Brazil has been identified as a new oil power. The country occupies a large area along the east coast of South America and includes much of the interior of the continent. The country is by far the largest in Latin America, covering almost half of the surface of the South American continent. It shares land borders with Uruguay to the south, Argentina and Paraguay to the southwest, Bolivia and Peru to the west, Colombia to the northwest and Venezuela, Suriname, Guyana and Guyana to the north. Due to its size, Brazil shares a common border with all the countries of South America except Ecuador and Chile. Since becoming a country which is rich in nature, Brazil tourism is invaded by heavenly places. Below you find some natural destinations in Brazil!
The Amazon rainforest is the largest forest in the world, and over 60% of the Amazon rainforest is found in the Brazilian region. The Amazon rainforest, which covers much of northwestern Brazil and stretches as far as Colombia, Peru and other South American countries, is the largest tropical forest in the world, known for its biodiversity. It is crossed by thousands of rivers, including the impetuous Amazon River.
River towns, such as Manaus and Belém, in Brazil, as well as Puerto Maldonado and Iquitos, in Peru. The Amazon rainforest has a very varied collection of animal and plant species. Here you will have the feeling of going down a part of this forest and admiring interesting animals and birds.
Fernando de Noronha
Fernando de Noronha is a Brazilian archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean off Natal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. The main island of the archipelago is Fernando de Noronha. Famous for its beautiful beaches, landscape and diversity of animals. There are in this archipelago around 230 different species of fish, five species of sharks and two species of turtles living in the clear waters of the island, as well as many species of flora that can be found here.
Ilha Grande is an island located south of Rio de Janeiro. For those of you who want a vacation in a quiet place, here is your alternative tour. This seaside town surrounded by palm trees is very cool.
Parks of Aves
Park of Aves is an ornithological park on 5 ha, in the middle of the tropical forest, and populated by colorful birds. Currently the largest ornithological park in all of Latin America. Home to more than 800 animals out of 200 species, it is also a refuge for species captured by the Brazilian Federal Police and the Environmental Police, as it will be smuggled. There are not just birds from all over the world, there are also mammals and reptiles.