Naya Traveler Launches Custom Journeys to Brazil

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Naya Traveler has launched private, custom-made trips to Brazil, which will include cultural experiences, celebrations, visits to historic sites and the chance to experience the country’s diverse wildlife.

Guests looking for celebration can enjoy Brazil’s parties and colorful parades. Locals and tourists alike flock to Brazil’s cities during Carnaval, the streets of Ouro Preto get carpeted with flowers for Holy Week; and up north the Bumba Meu Boi festival blends indigenous, African and Portuguese folklore.

Travelers can also experience Brazil’s diverse wildlife that includes over four million plant and animal species. The region of Pantanal, a flat swampy area in the southern inlands, supports a variety of fauna including giant anacondas and caimans. The Amazon, the world's largest forest with more than 70 uncontacted tribes, has a network of waterways that make up the longest river on Earth.

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Naya Traveler’s Brazil journeys provide a variety of experiences to suite guests’ preferences. Adventurous guests can dive in the waters of the volcanic archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, slide down the dunes of Lençois Maranhenses and trek through the Amazon’s dense forests. Those looking for history can explore the culture of Bahia and the colonial town of Ouro Preto. For a more relaxed experience, travelers have the coastal belt of Brazil that provides long stretches of white-sand beaches and small villages.

Rates start at $1,000 per person per day in double occupancy (prices may vary depending on season and itinerary specifics). Pricing includes all accommodations, domestic airfare, transportation, host and expert guides, daily private activities, some meals and services of a professional team monitoring the trip 24/7. 

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