Brazil Tours & Holidays
Dense jungle. Wonderful wildlife. And one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Get to the beating heart of Brazil with On The Go Tours.
A sprawling land of green trees and bustling cities. The home of the mighty jaguar and the setting for Carnival. From rambunctious Rio de Janeiro to the biodiverse Pantanal wetlands and magnificent Iguazu Falls. Whatever your idea of adventure, a Brazil tour with On The Go Tours delivers.
And that's not all. Escorted by an expert guide and accompanied by a group of like-minded travelers, our tours take you to the main sights of Brazil in style. You'll leave with an understanding of this amazing country. And with lifelong memories.
Many travelers to Brazil like to take in more of the surrounding region at the same time. From the Lost City of Machu Picchu in Peru, to the thundering Iguazu Falls on the border with Argentina, our group tours take in much more than just Brazil!
So what are you waiting for? Dive into Brazil with our range of escorted group tours and private tours.
Our Brazil tours take in the highlights of this gigantic country, plus other nations in South America, including Bolivia, Argentina, and Peru - home to Machu Picchu. On Natural Wonders of Brazil, you'll discover the lively city of Rio de Janeiro and delve into some of the incredible nature in southern Brazil, from the Pantanal Wetlands to Iguazu Falls.
Our Handpicked group tours are fully escorted by a qualified tour leader and have a maximum group size of just 20. You'll stay in comfortable, well-located hotels with all sightseeing included, plus airport transfers for a hassle-free arrival and departure. If you'd like more information about any of our Brazil tours then please get in touch with our Reservations team today!
Our private tours in Brazil are perfect if you want to see the sights in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and elsewhere, but would prefer to do so with just your family or friends, rather than as part of a group tour. These private tours can be booked off the shelf with your preferred standard of accommodation, and they boast many of the same benefits as our group tours. Guided sightseeing, daily hotel breakfast and some other meals, plus all relevant transportation is included in the cost of your tour, so you can focus on what really matters - making the most of your trip to Brazil!
Frequently asked questions about our Brazil tours
Will I visit Rio de Janeiro on your tours?
When is the best time to visit Brazil?
Will I have a tour guide on your Brazil holidays?
How big are your tour groups in Brazil and what is the age of your travellers?
What is the standard of accommodation on your Brazil trips?
What sort of transportation do you use?
Where necessary or practical, we also make use of public transportation including buses, trains and boats on your Brazil tour. Your tour leader will handle the logistics so you needn't worry about missing the bus or train!
On tours where we travel across multiple countries, some internal flights are also necessary. These are included in the cost of your tour and are clearly labelled on the itinerary for each tour page.
Is Brazil a safe destination for travellers from the LGBTQ+ community?
Same sex marriage is legal, and there are broad constitutional and worker protections in place for people of all sexual orientations. Hate crimes against members of the LGBTQ+ community are criminalized and 51 - 75% of consulted citizens consider Brazil a good place to live for gay and lesbian people. There are no legal punishments for same sex relations and most trips for LGBTQ+ travelers to Brazil are trouble-free.
The LGBTQ+ Travel Safety Index is designed to provide a good overall picture of attitudes towards the LGBTQ+ community in each country and may not reflect the experience of foreign travelers to the country.
Can I drink the tap water in Brazil?
The tap water in Brazil is not safe to drink and may make you unwell, so we strongly recommend sticking to filtered and bottled water. You should also avoid using the tap water in Brazil to brush your teeth, and avoid salads that may have been washed at the tap.
As a solo traveller will I have to pay more to travel to Brazil?
On our Brazil group tours, we are able to match up solo travelers with another traveler of the same sex, so you don't need to pay a single supplement. Please contact us if you would like to take up the room share option.
If you are a solo traveler who would prefer the privacy of your own room then you can choose to pay the single supplement, the price of which is listed on each tour page.
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Brazil tour reviews
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The trip proved to be a phenomenal experience. I never thought I would have had the opportunity to travel to as many places in such a short time. Our Guide did a remarkable job and made the trip truly a memorable experience.”
An amazing trip. Far exceeded our expectations. Everything was so well organised and when there were small hitches they were dealt with speedily and efficiently. FANTASTIC..”
Awesome!! Fantastic time was had. Very organised informative helpful and generally nice people !! Would definitely recommend them. ”
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The Best of Brazil
Famous for its raucous street parties and sizzling hot beaches, Brazil has plenty more besides, from mighty waterfalls to fashionable cities and is a top holiday destination for urban dwellers and nature lovers alike. Take a look at our favorite picks to get you inspired:
Rio de Janeiro
With its world-famous Copacabana beach, Sugarloaf Mountain and iconic Christ the Redeemer looking out over the city, Rio de Janeiro offers no end of attractions to an adventurous traveler. Nestled between towering mountains, which offer some stunning views, it's a city with ample natural beauty to boot. Plus of course, it's home to the annual Rio Carnival!
The awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, consisting of 275 cascades, sits on the border between Brazil and Argentina and is truly one of the most breathtaking sights in the world. The national park surrounding the falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, covered in thick rainforest and home to the mighty jaguar.
Sao Paulo is a melting pot of different cultures, each one contributing something to the city's exciting atmosphere. There are endless dining options scattered throughout the area, including popular rodizio, and the city is also home to some of the best museums on the continent.
The largest intact freshwater wetland ecozystem in the world, the Pantanal teems with life. From the majestic jaguar to crocodiles and a myriad of bird species, it's arguably an even better place than the Amazon Rainforest to embrace Brazil's wild side. Hiking, horse-riding, and boat trips are all great ways to explore the region.
The chic, modern city of Curitiba is home to the futuristic-looking glass bus stations that revolutionized inner city transport in Brazil. The quality of life in the city is second to none and there's an abundance of green space, making it one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the world
The Amazon Rainforest
The Lungs of the Earth and the most biodiverse place on Earth. Around 60% of the Amazon Rainforest is found in Brazil. It's well-known that the Amazon is under siege from loggers, miners and other industries, and one of the best ways to protect this incredible wild place is to visit as a tourist, proving that it is better economically to keep the rainforest intact for future people and wildlife.