Rio Carnival is the biggest party on earth and a bucket list experience.
An exciting nature and wildlife tailor-made holiday to Brazil, popular with families
A luxury trip combining 3 of South America’s great sights, Rio, Iguassu Falls & Buenos Aires
Without doubt, some of the best beaches in Latin America are to be found in […]
If you have decided to head into the Amazon rainforest, chances are you will be faced with the daunting task of packing for a trip which is unlike any you have taken before. The thick jungle environment with its wide rivers, oxbow lakes and towering trees are a natural wonder that will not disappoint, but it is essential to be properly prepared in order to truly enjoy this once in a lifetime experience.
With turquoise waters, golden sands and lush Atlantic rainforest, Paraty is a haven for those seeking a relaxing holiday. Just 4 hours from Rio, along a beautiful coastal road which is a joy to drive, the colonial town of Paraty has much to offer those looking to visit Brazil.
The start of 2019 has seen the opening of two new luxury hotels from the famous Fasano brand which will finally bring proper luxury hotel options to the cities of Salvador and Belo Horizonte.
Rio Carnival is now only a few weeks away and there’s still a chance to visit and take part in the largest party on the planet.
A regular stopover city for those travelling from Europe to elsewhere in Brazil or Latin America, or for travellers hopping on connecting flights within this gargantuan country, São Paulo, and its international airport, Guarulhos, is a familiar sight for many visitors. Bespoke Brazil specialist, and ex-São Paulo resident, Clara argues the case for spending the occasional night or two in this uber-modern megacity.
There are some places that one dreams of existing, or reads about in books and wishes was real. A remote countryside idyll where you can completely get away from it all and disappear into a slower and simpler pace of life. Ibitipoca is just such a place.
Recently we were lucky enough to be invited to stay at the newly opened Hotel Fasano Angra dos Reis during a visit to Brazil. The hotel is the 5th Fasano property to open in Latin America following those in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Boa Vista (in the Sao Paulo countryside) and in Punta del Este in Uruguay
Read all about our recent visit to the stunning Ponta dos Ganchos Exclusive Resort in southern Brazil. It’s one of the best hotels in Latin America and a favourite with celebrities.
Visiting the Amazon Rainforest is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many, which is why when I visited Juma Lodge my expectations were high. Luckily these expectations were met as the lodge itself is absolutely fantastic, a true luxury wilderness experience, and in addition we saw some pretty impressive wildlife.
In 2018 Brazil is back. After a difficult 2016 and 2017 with the positive and negative impact of the Olympics, the Zika scare stories, economic downturn and government turmoil, Brazil is finally on the up again with a number of new luxury hotels poised to open.
The Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas is the place to stay whilst on holiday at Iguassu […]
We’ve been getting a lot of enquiries recently about accommodation and tickets for the Olympic […]
Bespoke Brazil, the UK’s specialist Brazil tour operator, are offering up to 40% off select […]
Bespoke Brazil, in partnership with Go Brazil Wines, is delighted to offer a new range […]
As the Christmas adverts fill our TV screens here in the UK and elsewhere in […]
A visit to the Parque das Aves at Iguassu Falls is a must if you […]
We recently paid a visit to the northern Pantanal and during our stay took the […]
Guests at Belmond Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil can now enjoy a private […]
Curitiba: World Cup holiday guide Curitiba was declared the capital of the state of Paraná […]
It has been announced that the entrance fees for the Argetinean side of the Iguazu […]
We are proud to say that we are now members of the Latin American Travel […]