Brazil boasts an enormous surface area of 8.5 million sq km (3.2 million sq mi), a coastline of 7,491 km (4,655 mi) and is home to the vast Amazon river basin as well. In the southeast, the Mantiqueira, Espinhaço and Serra do Mar mountains pierce the skyline, and further south are the impressive Iguazu Falls. With such a vast territory and a wide variety of terrains and landscapes, there is plenty to discover in Brazil. Horseback riding is a great way to traverse larger stretches of land and explore some of the country’s most stunning regions.
Brazil is located on the equator is pretty warm all year long with average daily temperatures between 23°C to 27°C. The country experiences moderate rainfall which falls mostly between December and March.
Your trip will likely start with a flight into the international airports at Rio (GIG) or São Paulo (GRU). Since it is such a big country, it will depend on where you want to go from there. Options include domestic flights, buses and scant trains.
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