Brazil is Reopening


Historical and Charming City

Tiradentes – Minas Gerais

Tiradentes is open for tourism again! A historical city, with great art galleries, museums, architecture and restaurants. Because of the very low rate of new COVID-19 cases in Tiradentes, the city was allowed to receive visitors again.

Do you know Tiradentes?

Tiradentes’ baroque style is not as exquisite as Ouro Preto and São João Del Rei, but it is undoubtedly the most charming of the historical cities of Minas Gerais. Exceptionally preserved thanks to the decades of long isolation, the Baroque architectural ensemble of Tiradentes gathers jewels like the charming fountain of the São José Fountain, built in 1749 to supply the city with drinking water and which runs until today.

Also, standing out in the city is the majestic Church of San Antonio, second in amount of gold in Brasil, with its front built by the artist Antonio Francisco Lisboa, better known as Aleijadinho, and an organ brought from Portugal, in 1788. Largo das Forras, the central city square, houses the City Hall and numerous handicraft shops, restaurants and inns. It was here, in 1888, that slaves gathered to celebrate the end of slavery. At dusk, the light of the lanterns on the doors of restaurants, inns, antique shops and craft stores make the city even more charming, which has been the setting for movies, sitcoms and soap operas.

Brazil is Reopening


Main attractions in Rio de Janeiro are open again!

Rio waits for our guests with Open Arms! Following all the safety, social distance and hygiene protocols, some of the main attractions in Rio de Janeiro are open again! Among them are the magnificent Corcovado with the stunning Christ the Redeemer at the top. The amazing Sugar Loaf with a phenomenal view and the brand new and also the largest Ferris Wheel in Latin America, Rio Star!

Monday to Sunday, from 8am to 4pm. The trains will operate with 50% of their capacity.

Sugar Loaf:
Thursday to Monday, from 10am to 7pm. The cable cars will operate with 2/3 of their capacity.

Rio Star (Ferris wheel):
Open every day, except Wednesday, from 10am to 6pm. Cabins will operate with 50% of their capacity.

Brazil is Reopening


Iguassu Falls Reopened

We have great news! Iguassu Falls is back! That’s right, most of the attractions are already open to visitors, below you will find the opening days and hours. The Iguassu national park is following all the official protocols of safety and health. They are prepared to welcome visitors, and offer an excellent, fun and most important, safe experience! Feel the true power of nature again!

Brazilian National Park:
Tuesday to Sunday, from 8am to 4pm

Macuco Safari:
Tuesday to Sunday, from 8am to 4pm

Tuesday to Sunday, from 8am to 4pm

Itaipu Dam (panoramic visit):
Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 4pm

Three Borders Landmark (Brazilian side):
Tuesday to Sunday, from 3pm to 9pm

*Argentina and Paraguay – border closed. / *Bird Park – opening September.