Brazil Destinations

    With the name of Tupi­Guarani origin Curupah ­ which means “distant place” ­ and after other names throughout its history, Corumbá is known as White City because of the light color of its soil, rich in limestone. The occupation of the region began back in the sixteenth century…

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Campo Grande is a municipality in the Midwest region of Brazil and the state capital of Mato Grosso do Sul. Campo Grande was founded by miners who came to take advantage of native grazing fields and crystalline waters of the region. Planned and wooded, the Mato Grosso do Sul capital…

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  Caldas Novas is a municipality in the state of Goiás and its population is 79.705 inhabitants. Caldas Novas is located 300 km from Brasilia, 150 km from Goiania and 750 km from Sao Paulo. The structure of the city has hotels, inns, lodges, clubs, nightclubs and bars. Another major…

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Brasília is the federal capital of Brazil and the seat of government of the District 9 Federal.8 The city is located in the Midwestern region of the country, along the geographic region known as Central Plateau. According to estimates of the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) for 2014,…

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  Bonito is a municipality in the Midwest region, situated in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. Pole of ecoturismo worldwide, its main attractions are the natural landscapes, the dips in rivers of clear water, waterfalls, caves, caverns and sinkholes. Along with Garden Guide lagoon Lopes da Bodoquena, it…

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  Open paths in the middle of the rainforest was an arduous task, but the strength and determination of families coming mostly from the south of the country, on May 19, 1976 contributed to start the city of Alta Floresta. The goal was to have an economy based on agriculture….

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    Vilhena is city in the state of Rondônia. It has a population of about 69,000 inhabitants and is 630 Km distant from Porto Velho, the state capital. Vilhena began to develop rapidly becoming an important commercial and industrial center of the region. The diversified agriculture is a highlighting…

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    Tucuruí is a municipality in the state of Pará in the Northern region of Brazil. The name Tucuruí is a Tupi word that means “river of ants” or “river of locusts. The city is very famous because of its colossal Dam, the Tucuruí Dam. The current reality of…

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    Tefé is a Brazilian municipality in the state of Amazonas, North of the country. Its population, according to estimates by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in 2014 was 62,662 inhabitants. Its land area is 23,808 km, and the forty­eighth biggest city in Brazil in area…

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    Tabatinga is a Brazilian municipality in the state of Amazonas. Its population, according to estimates by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in 2014 was 59,684 inhabitants, the most populous city of its micro and mesoregion and the most populous in the Amazonas state. It is…

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