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Hang glide over some of the world's most fashionable beaches in Brazil. You can see anteaters and jaguars in the wild and master the rhythms of the samba or just play 'futebol' (football) with the locals. Brazil is a land of extremes. From thundering rivers to breathtaking waterfalls, Brazil has vast untrodden rainforests and sandy shores stretching further than the eye can see. And the Brazilian people themselves are as colourful and exuberant as their country. Rio de Janeiro is almost legendary for its vibrant, party mood as well as its spectacular location between hills and sea. Salvador da Bahia is full of music, historic buildings and its perfectly preserved colonial heritage. Olinda is bursting with vitality. This country's hostels are well positioned to take in the zest of city life as well as the natural wonders of the Iguazu Falls, the glorious coastline and the wildlife-rich wetlands of the Pantanal.
São Paulo from the sky
São Paulo is the third largest city in the world and the largest in South America, being home to over 17 million people. Visitors to this expansive city can enjoy world class nightlife, music and cuisine.
Pelourinho: the world heritage district of Salvador
Pelourinho is the colonial historic district of Salvador, a UNESCO World Heritage site, located in the Cidade Alto. Shops and restaurants line the street and by taking a guided tour you'll be able to appreciate every detail of this heritage site.