Vacation rentals in Brazil, South America offer some of the best accommodations in South America. Brazil is the largest and most populated country in Latin America. It is located on the Eastern Atlantic coast of South America and borders all but two of the twelve South American countries. Brazil is made up of five regions: North, Northeast, Central-West, Southeast and South divided into 26 states and one federal district. The region is popular for travelers to explore and find a few nights to stay in the varied accommodations found here.
The official language of Brazilians is Portuguese, due to originally being colonized by Portugal. The country is the only one in all of the Americas to speak the language officially. As well, the Portuguese culture is very much present throughout Brazil in other ways – the food, music, dance and religion – making it an interesting destination to explore.
The country offers beautiful scenery to enjoy, along with exciting festivals to participate in, and attractions galore. The Amazon, the largest river in the world, is perhaps what the region is most well known for, but the Carnival festival should not be missed. The beaches are an attraction in itself, which bring in many visitors each year. What a great way to relax after a night of partying at Carnival.
The country has a subtropical climate, containing rain forests, rivers, mountains, beaches and islands. With an abundant flora and fauna, the species of animals, birds, insects and fish number in the thousands. Northern Brazil doesn’t really have a dry season, however the amount of rain that falls throughout the year varies somewhat. The average temperature sits around 25 degrees Celsius. Central Brazil, on the other hand, experiences a more seasonal rainfall while there is a more temperate weather in the South.
Some of the larger cities in Brazil to visit include Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Salvado, Brasilia, and Fortaleza. While Brasilia is the capital of Brazil, Rio de Janiero is an exciting and extravagant city that should not be missed. The city is also nicknamed the Marvelous City and is home to stunning views, a hopping nightlife, and of course, Carnival. If you’re coming to Brazil for the Carnival, book your lodgings early, to ensure a spot for the festivities.
Regardless of when you plan your stay, you can rent holiday accommodations directly from the owners of villa, apartment, home, and condos in Brazil. Vacation rentals and condo rentals here are second to none, and they’ll be sure to meet your every need.