Highlights of Rio – Tour 2
Private guided tour of Museum of Tomorrow + Praça XV – Ferry Boat Stn . (4 hours). Price BRL 400,00 per person. Minimum of 2 people is required. Entrance ticket is not included.
Low Season Daily Tour
Lets take the opportunity of our low season in Brazil between april 01st – july 31st and get the best prices to visit the highlights of Rio & surroundings….
Santa Teresa (price per person)
The neighbourhood of Santa Teresa was born in the area of a convent on “Morro do Desterro” (Exile Hill) during the 18th century. The district occupies a hill in the heart of the city, keeping aspects of the Rio Antigo (Old Rio) which delights writers and artists for its charm and its architectural and cultural riches. Through its narrow streets circulate the old cable-cars (the only ones still running in Brazil), which are considered historical heritage. The tour starts at Cosme Velho, through the Castelinho (Little Castle – Castelo do Valentim) – building known by this name, because the commander Antonio Valentim lived there in the late XIX century. Visit to Parque das Ruinas (Ruins Park), where the visitor has a privileged view of Rio de Janeiro. Then continue to the Museu Chácara do Céu (Farm of Heaven Museum) – which has a very interesting collection of Brazilian and European art highlighting Portinari, Di Cavalcanti, Matisse e Si Modigliani. Then a tour to Largo do Guimarães, considered the neighbourhood’s heart, where there are several bars and restaurants.
Historical Walking Tour- down town (price per person – minimum of 2 people)
3 hours tour – customize your tour to fit a minimum of 5 hours
Visiting downtown you will have the opportunity to see the influence from the Portuguese and French architecture among these: Colombo Bakery, Banco do Brasil, Cultural Center and Casa Franca-Brasil (France-Brasil foundation).
Favela / Slum Tour (price per person – minimum of 2 people)
2 hours tours – customize your tour to fit a minimum of 5 hours
It is an illuminating experience for those looking for an insider point of view of life in this very different distict of Rio de Janeiro. The tour introduces you to another Rio, within Rio city: the favela. There are close to 950 favelas in Rio. Mostly placed on former public areas on the hillsides, they are now home to 20% of Rio’s population, however they remain a mystery for most people who don’t live there. The tour is not only to explain about favelas, but to give you a whole new understanding about different aspects of Brazilian society.
Paraty ( Price per person)
12 hours (under request)
Paraty is a longer journey but rewards you with stunning coastal views as you drive the south bound coast of Rio de Janeiro state for about 200 km / 125ml.
Botanical Garden (price per person – minimum of 2 people)
Private guided tour visiting Botanical Garden (4 hours) Price = BRL 400,00 per person. Minimum of 2 people is required. Entrance ticket is not included.
Each of the 141 hectares of Rio’s Botanical Gardens shelters outstanding examples of plant life from Brazil and all over the world.
Rio by Night at Lapa (dinner not included)
5 hours with stop for dinner.
Lapa , an old and charming area of Rio de Janeiro, features some fabulous mansions which have been restored into works of art during a recent cultural renaissance. Lapa is now one of Rio’s most popular night spots, with many people enjoying the street parties, samba clubs and other bars. The best concerts, delicious food and beautiful people, make this place different from the rest! The informal atmosphere is one of the main characteristic of Lapa’s neighborhood. Many famous Brazilians music atrists perform here.
Buzios ( Price per person)
10 hours (minimum of 2 people)
Búzios is a península located at 160km /105 miles NE from the city of Rio de Janeiro containing more than 20 beaches, each having its own distinct qualities. Some of them are rocky, others a fine golden sand. But all of them share the warm as bath water ocean and you can almost always find an empty strip of sand to call your own. Buzios the city also has plenty of boutique shops, great restaurants, and a little touch of the classic Brazilian nightlife to make it a well-rounded destination.