With a timeshare in Brazil, you'll enjoy access to world-famous attractions that include glorious beaches, iconic statues, magnificent waterfalls and one of the world's best Carnival celebrations. Covering nearly 50 percent of the South American continent, Brazil is home to the Amazon Rainforest, cosmopolitan cities and picturesque villages. From historic treasures to jungle tours and non-stop parties, Brazil is one of the world's most animated destinations.
Rio de Janeiro
With a timeshare in Brazil, you can visit the world’s most exciting city, Rio de Janeiro, famous for its extraordinary Carnival celebrations, fabulous beaches and iconic monuments. Take a bus or train up Corcovado Mountain to view the world-renowned Christ the Redeemer statue. Spend time at the illustrious beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. Hike up Sugarloaf Mountain to watch the sunset and take in the marvelous views. Savor Brazilian barbecue. Experience the city’s legendary nightlife with beach parties, live performance shows, and bars and dance clubs to suit every taste and budget.
Brazil’s largest city, Sao Paulo is a cosmopolitan city known for its intense nightlife, fantastic beaches, soccer teams and vibrant arts and culture scene. It’s also a great place for kids with the Sao Paulo Zoo and Aquarium.
A former Portuguese colony on the Costa Verde, Paraty is a charming historic town with natural beauty. Wander around the historic center and check out the colonial buildings and landmarks like Santa Rita Church. Travelers with children will enjoy the calm, shallow waters of the Barra do Corumbê beach. Sail on a boat cruise to explore beautiful beaches, coves and natural wonders like Saco do Mamanguá.
Settled in the heart of the Amazon region, Manaus is the gateway to eco-tours into the Amazon River and rainforest. Take a boat cruise to see the Meeting of the Waters phenomenon where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the pale waters of the Rio Solimões. Watch a live performance at the Amazonas Opera House. Shop in the stunning Mercado Municipal market.
Iguazu Falls National Park
A timeshare in Brazil provides you with access to the Iguazu Falls, one of the world’s most spectacular series of cascades. Take a buggy ride through the jungle or a jet boat safari through the rapids of Devil’s Throat. Hike along trails, boardwalks and suspension bridges. See rescued parrots, toucans and macaws in the Bird Park. Dine on tasty Brazilian cuisine while watching a cultural performance at the nearby Rafain Churrascaria restaurant.
One of the oldest cities in America, the northeastern coastal city of Salvador boasts a vibrant culture of writers, artists and musicians as well as one of the country’s best Carnival festivals. Admire the pastel-colored colonial buildings and cobblestone streets of the Old City. Swim, sunbathe or surf at one of the fabulous beaches. Learn to samba dance to local music. Sample traditional dishes from the Bahian region.
Diamantina National Park
An ecotourism hotspot that is perfect for the whole family, this national park in the mountains of Bahia offers a natural playground of forests, unique rock formations, waterfalls, caves and underground lakes. Hiking, swimming, canoeing, biking and cave-diving are just a few exciting things to do here.
Nature lovers may want to visit their timeshare in Brazil between April and October for the best opportunity to see a diversity of wildlife in the wetlands of Pantanal. Enjoy hiking, horseback riding and canoeing to glimpse the likes of jaguars, caimans and hundreds of exotic birds.
When to Visit
The non-stop celebrations between Christmas, Carnival and Easter create Brazil’s high season. Summers are also crowded with many North Americans and Europeans on vacation. If you’re looking for travel deals or prefer to avoid the crowds, the low shoulder months of September and October offer pleasant weather.