Tours & Travel Shore Excursions

Operating shore excursions require special knowledge of the destination and cruise ship procedures. Our staff is prepared to provide the best experiences for shore excursions throughout the Brazilian coastline.

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Programs

Salvador da bahia (Northeats Coast)

Bahia is the most quintessentially 'Brazilian' region of the country, the soul of Brazil, a favored destination for Brazilians and fascinating to our foreign visitors. Salvador da Bahia was Brazil's first capital, the birthplace of a nation, poised on a cliff on the eastern shore of the magnificent Bahia de Todos os Santos bay, the largest tropical bay in the world speckled with 50 islands, 13 degrees south of the Equator, home to the world's largest carnival. The city is a fusion of Portugal and Africa, of the colonial and the modern, a captivating cultural cauldron.  

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Rio de Janeiro (Southeast Coast)

Shore Excursions

Few cities in the world manage to get together, in such a natural way, the ingredients to create a special place to live. Beaches, sun, samba, football, beatifull and friendly people and traditional bossa nova are in the neighborhoods. Rio is all about a strow at Ipanema or Copacabana Beach, cycling, meeting friends and admiring the sunset. Our shore excursions will introduce to you the best of Rio!

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Fortaleza, Ceará State (Northeast Coast)

Shore Excursions

One of the busiest harbors in Brazil and yet a peaceful city that has specialized in warmly welcome visitors from all over the world, Fortaleza has one the most beautiful landscapes in the country. Tiny little wooden boats, known as jangadas, used by the local fishermen, decorate the horizon line. Local kiosks offer delicious titbits made of fresh shrimps, lobsster and crab, served with refreshing coconut water and the famous caipirinha.

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Buzios, Rio de Janeiro State (Southeast Coast)

Shore Excursions

Búzios is a peninsula two and a half hours north of Rio best known for the nearly two dozen beaches nestledin its curves and coves - some less than a hundred feet wide, others more than a mile long, but each with a personality of its own. Once a small fishing village, Búzios was put on the map in the mid-1960's by a visit from Brigitte Bardot, who traveled there with her Brazilian boyfriend. Soon it became the favorite resort for Rio de Janeiro’s high society. The city has excellent restaurants and animated nightclubs. At the famous “Rua das Pedras” you will find stores that sell all the sophisticated brands of the fashion world. 

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Maceio, Alagoas State (Northest Coast)

Privileged by the nature, Maceió remains sunny all year long. Inspiring and poetic scenery, Maceió has the most indescribable beauty which gets stronger when we add its history and traditions. Visit Maceió's main tourist and historic attractions and learn about the historic Jaraguá quarter, the backdrop for the artistic, cultural and economic development of the capital of Alagoas state.

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