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Brazil and Peru Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you that goes to Brazil and Peru. With 65 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 15 days to 58 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is September, which has the most number of departures.

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  • Get a taste of thrilling adventure as you go wild sand boarding and dune buggy riding across Huacachina’s sprawling desert dunes.
  • Watch majestic condors soar high in the sky as the mist dissipates over Peru’s spectacular Colca Canyon region.
  • Discover the secrets to a harmonious blend of ancient Inca and Spanish colonial architecture in vibrant Cusco.
  • Walk into fascinating ceremonial centres and misty cloud forests that dot the Inca Trail before you feast your eyes on the crowning treasures of Machu Picchu.
  • Enjoy an amazing view of Rio de Janeiro lit up with the sparkling city lights from Corcovado Mountain and join the Cariocas in their celebration of life.
  • Get drenched in the misty sprays of the Igaucu Falls as its thundering waters cascade down.
  • Explore sun-kissed islands and the charming colonial architecture in the quaint Brazilian coastal town of Paraty.


  • Blend in with the locals by wearing Speedos (for men) and swimsuits or the local tanga (for women) when you’re visiting Rio’s beaches.
  • Sample Brazilian food such as ‘Churrasco’ (grilled meat) and sip on ‘sucos’ (fresh fruit juices) in juice bars across Brazil.
  • Wear long pants, a hat and long sleeved shirts to avoid getting bitten by mosquitoes.
  • Avoid swimming in Pantanal’s fresh waters as they harbour many lurking dangers.
  • Shop for popular handicrafts such as llama wool sweaters, alpaca rugs and colourful woven fabrics in Cuscos’ popular street Avenida El Sol.
  • Dress in layered clothing to counter varying temperatures but avoid going shirtless in Peru.
  • Pack light due to the limited availability of escalators and elevators in Peru.
  • Learn a few Spanish phrases such as ‘Necesito Ayuda’ (I need help) and ‘Habla Ingles?’ (Do you know English?) before you go out shopping.

Brazil and Peru Tours & Trips Reviews