Rodrigo Antunes

Rodrigo Antunes

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    Looking for an exotic paradise beach destination in Brazil. Where to go?

    Hi Anders, Fernando de Noronha is the place to go, but the prices to reach the island by plane, the amount to pay to stay there and the time you have I don't think is realistic. Exists lots of options, I will give you my list of favorites: 1)Morro de São Paulo - 3 hours by ferry boat from Salvador in Bahia. You also can spend 2 or 3 days in Salvador exploring the city and another 3 days in Morro. 2)Praia de Pipa - 3 hours from Natal - Rio Grande do Norte. You will need to rent a car or take a van to reach this beach. This beach is very beautiful with great restaurants and confortable pousadas. 3)Florianópolis - Easy fly from Argentina, this island of Florianópolis is located in Santa Catarina and it's high a developed area, Joaquina beach, Armação, Santinho, and Ingleses are the most famous beach's around. over 6 years ago

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    Travel Agent for Brazil

    Hi Datla, Wow! Looks amazing. I would like to add two locations on your itinerary and the only reason to do that is because you will be just couple hours from these cities: 15 Feb - São Luis do Maranhão - You definitely should add Lençois Maranhenses (Barreirinhas and if you have a "traveler spirit" add Caburé!) - Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/adventuresinbrazilcom/sets/72157627448285741/ 22 Feb - After 2 or 3 days in Salvador you should stay for at least 2 nights in Morro de São Paulo - I don't have album about Morro, but check out a article that I wrote a 1 year ago on our blog: http://adventuresinbrazil.com/brazil-travel-blog/tag/morro/ Please send me your email and I will provide a quote for you - reservations(at)adventuresinbrazil.com Cheers! Rodrigo almost 7 years ago

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    Travel Agent for Brazil

    Hi Datla, Let me know your dates and I can help you by creating an itenerary. Best, Rodrigo almost 7 years ago

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    what is the cost to purchase a temporary phone for use in brazil

    Hi Iris, The best way is to buy a prepaid phone with enough credit for you to use. If you have a Brazilian friend on the city that you are visiting he can help you to get a SIM card. Good luck! almost 7 years ago

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    I will visit Rio De Janeiro and Salvador in Brazil next October, what are the nicest safest beaches, shopping and night life to go to

    Ashraf, Once in Salvador go to Flamengo beach and spend the whole day there. This beach is just amazing. Have a good time! almost 7 years ago

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    anyone done tours gone wild to brazil for carnaval?

    I never heard about them. :) almost 7 years ago

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    Backpacking in brazil during jan

    Hi Datla, My time to be a backpacker is over, but you should start your trip in São Paulo, where you can see the "capital" of Latin America. This incredible city received influence from all over the world. From São Paulo, take a bus to Parati (Rio State) and enjoy one of the greatness tows in Rio State. From there go Rio de Janeiro - (city of Rio, because the State is also called Rio de Janeiro). In Rio a good place for you to stay is Mellow Yellow - http://mellowyellow.com.br/ - Everybody speaks English there and is close to everything, the only thing I don't like there is because you will share a room, a bathroom, etc....and they are too loud (as you can see I'm getting old!), but is backpacking that you are looking at right? - South of Brazil is nice...to Brazilians. If you want a REAL Brazilian experience with diversity keep going NORTH. Bahia, Recife, Natal are the places to go. Be careful after 6 pm in the big cities and avoid flashing money, a nice camera. Just use common sense and you will be fine! Enjoy your trip, respect the locals and have a great time mate. almost 7 years ago

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    What do travelers think about Parana,Brazil?

    For a Brazilian perspective I don't see much to do there, but is a very organized State and Curitiba (the capital) is a city with high quality of development. Curitiba got famous around the world by the implementation of a successful Public Administration, where they focus in transportation around the city and recycling. A documentary was made about the city, and is called "A Convenient Truth: Urban Solutions from Curitiba, Brazil ". Check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swQTTG3NcYY Cheers! almost 7 years ago