Rio de Janeiro is the capital city of the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil’s Southwest Region. Rio was once the capital of the pluricontinental Lusitanian monarchy (1808-1822), subsequently serving as the capital of the independent monarchy, the Empire of Brazil, until 1889, and then the capital of a republican Brazil until 1960 when the capital was transferred to Brasília. Rio is a main cultural hub in Brazil. Its architecture embraces churches and buildings dating from the 16th to the 19th centuries, blending with the world-renowned designs of the 20th century. Some of the most famous landmarks of the city include the Sugarloaf Cablecar (Pão de Açúcar), the Copacabana beach and the Christ the Redeemer statue atop the Corcovado mountain; this latter one being one of the seven wonders of the world.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 880.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1140.00 per person
Manaus is the capital city of the state of Amazonas in the North Region of Brazil and is situated at the confluence of the Negro and Solimões/Amazon rivers; a region commonly known as “Meeting of the Waters”. The city is located in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, and access to the city is primarily by boat or airplane. This isolation helped preserve both the natural environment as well as the culture of the city. The culture of Manaus, more than in any other urban area of Brazil, preserves the habits of Native Brazilian tribes. The city is the main access point for visiting the fauna and flora of the Brazilian Amazon. Few places in the world afford such a variety of plants, birds, insects, and fishes.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 775.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1020.00 per person
Foz do Iguaçú is the Brazilian city on the border of Iguaçú Falls. The city is the westernmost city in the state of Paraná in the South Region of Brazil. First discovered in 1549 by a Spanish explorer, it wasn’t until the 1960s that the city experienced a big economical boom with the construction of the Friendship Bridge, concluded in 1965, and the Itaipu Dam, in operation since in 1984. In addition to the Falls, which give the city its name, Foz do Iguaçú is home to other attractions such as: the Iguaçú National Park, the Itaipu Dam, the Omar Ibn Al-Khattab mosque and the Parque das Aves.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 1020.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1338.00 per person
Recife, the capital and largest city of the state of Pernambuco, is the largest metropolitan area of the Northeast Region. Among the city’s main tourist attractions are: 17th and 18th century constructions from Portuguese and Dutch colonisers, the Francisco Brennand’s atelier of ceramic art, the Ricardo Brennand cultural institute and the Boa Viagem beach. Moreover, one is invited to visit Olinda’s historic town centre; considered a world heritage site by UNESCO.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 750.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 895.00 per person
Salvador is the capital of the Brazilian northeastern state of Bahia. One of the oldest cities in Brazil and it’s first capital, Salvador’s coastline is one of the longest for cities in Brazil; stretching for 80 km from Inema to the Praia do Flamengo. The city is also home to an important preservation area of the Atlantic forest in the Park of the City. Finally, Salvador’s historical and cultural aspects were inherited by the intermarriage of ethnic groups such as Native-Indian, African and European. This mixture can be seen in the religion, cuisine, cultural manifestations, and custom of Bahia’s people.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 792.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1005.00 per person
Fortaleza (Portuguese for Fortress) is the state capital of Ceará, located in Northeastern Brazil. The city is one of the most desired destinations in Brazil and the fourth that receives the most visitors. Fortaleza is the gateway to the Route of Emotions, a route that is composed of Delta do Parnaíba, Jericoacoara and Lençóis Maranhenses. Furthermore, scuba diving is possible in the area of Pedra da Risca do Meio Marine State Park, a marine protected area located about 10 nautical miles from the shoreline of Fortaleza.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 805.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1015.00 per person
This mixed package icludes a ride in the Pão de Açúcar, a sightseeing trip to the Corcovado and a tour through the largest waterfalls system in the world.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 995.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1250.00 per person
This mixed package icludes a ride in the Pão de Açúcar, a sightseeing trip to the Corcovado and a city tour through Brazil’s first capital.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 944.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1220.00 per person
This mixed package icludes a ride in the Pão de Açúcar, a sightseeing trip to the Corcovado and a trip to the confluence between the dark-watered Rio Negro and the pale sandy-colored Amazon River.
Rate in a shared room: US$ 1039.00 per person
Rate in a private room: US$ 1350.00 per person
The proposed packages can be undertaken either before or after the congress depending on convenience. Moreover, these destinations are merely a suggestion. Being a continental sized country, Brazil has wide variety of experiences to fulfill all tastes.
Finally, while it is perfectly possible to book your tour around Brazil by yourself, we would like to remind all attendees that your entire trip can be planned and customized through our dedicated tourism agency: Master Turismo.