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Last Frontiers' articles for Brazil (all categories)

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Dan Linstead spends quality family-time in Brazil

Last Frontiers sent journalist Dan Linstead and his family (his wife and two children aged 8 and 11) on a wonderful two and a half week trip to Brazil last year - a fantastic destination for families of all ages with its easy direct flights from London and only a minimal time difference (only 3 hour... Read more»

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Brazil - Claire on the Costa Verde and beyond

In September I took off on my third trip to Brazil - an exciting one as Rio finally featured in the itinerary (I was beginning to feel like a bit of a fraud flouting my Brazil knowledge having never visited its most popular and iconic city). My two weeks of travel started in Iguassu with Travel Mark... Read more»

Posted in: News, Trip reports
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Brazil - Wendy Gomersall spots jaguars in the Pantanal - Mail on Sunday September 2016

Last Frontiers sent journalist Wendy Gomersall to experience the wonderful Pantanal wetlands of Brazil, a true haven for wildlife. Wendy spent four nights at Caiman Lodge and had an incredible time. She was bowled over by the wildlife she saw and was lucky enough to see five jaguars in one day! He... Read more»

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Brazil - Claire on the beaches of the north-east

Home to approximately 5,000 miles of coastline, Brazil knows how to do beaches; from vibrant city shores, to idyllic island getaways, the choice is almost too abundant. The words ‘once sleepy fishing village’ seem to be bandied about more freely than the cachaça flows, to (albeit accurately) describ... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports
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Brazil - Fran explores Salvador and the Chapada Diamantina National Park

My favourite country in Latin America is Brazil, there is still so much of it I am yet to explore. The north-east region is such a contrast to the south that it almost feels like a different country - with its own unique culture, food and history it had long been on my list of places to visit and so... Read more»

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Brazil recommended reading

Here is a selection of books we recommend relating to Brazil: The book to accompany Michael Palin's BBC documentary series, this is his first venture into this vast country in the time of much social and economic change. He travels the entire length of the country from the Venezulan border in the no... Read more»

Posted in: Guide books, Travel books, Novels
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Nigel Planer on Brazil - The Mail on Sunday - June 2015

Nigel Planer travelled with Last Frontiers to Brazil, taking in Salvador, the Chapada Diamantina and Rio de Janeiro. Salvador is one of the oldest colonial cities in the Americas and still also retains its unique African-influenced culture. The city overlooks the vast Todos os Santos bay and without... Read more»

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Olympics ticketing plans for UK visitors

A summary of Rio Olympic news, as and when we receive it. 03 June 2015: Cosport have announced a second round for British residents to request tickets starting 03 June and ending 14.00 (London time) on 10 June 2015. 19 May 2015: Cosport have just announced that an "unforeseen technical issue" has a... Read more»

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