For adrenaline lovers, there are many adventure activities from North to South in Brazil.

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If an accelerated heart is what you’re looking for on tourism trips, Brazil offers options that you can’t miss. Rafting, zip line, canyoning, tree-top adventure, scuba diving. From North to South of the country, activities in the breathtaking nature are revealed by destinations not as popular as big cities like Rio de Janeiro or Salvador.

Brotas, São Paulo

The countryside town in São Paulo can be the right destination for romance and for a fun family adventure. Brotas is 250 km away from São Paulo’s capital and you can get there by car, on a route that lasts approximately 3 hours. Check out the situation of the highways.

Nobres, Mato Grosso

Scenery of rare beauty can be seen in the rural part of Nobres, in Mato Grosso. Lagoa das Araras, for example is in Bom Jardim. Attractions in the region have in common the fact that they focus on contact with nature, respecting and preserving flora and fauna. Nobres is about 150 km away from the State capital, Cuiabá.

Caravelas, Bahia

Bahia has a huge number of stunning landscapes and tourism for all tastes, but Caravelas will certainly make your heart beat stronger. The city is 870 km away from the State capital, Salvador, and the boats to the magnificent Parque Nacional Marinho dos Abrolhos (Abrolhos Marine National Park) leave from it. With limpid waters, Abrolhos has a huge marine fauna, with hundreds of impressive species of fish, crustaceans and coral plants. A true paradise for those who enjoy scuba diving! The observation of humpback whales between July and November is one of the main attractions.

Cambará do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul

Known as the Land of Canyons, Cambará do Sul is located about 300 km away from Porto Alegre, the State capital. The landscapes are wonderful not only in pictures. People who have already been there guarantee: the city is a testament to the perfection of nature.

Presidente Figueiredo, Amazonas

More than 100 waterfalls are around this small town about 130 kilometers away from Manaus, capital of Amazonas. This municipality, located in the lower Rio Negro, is known as the “Land of Waterfalls” by the huge offer of caves, grottos and, obviously, waterfalls. This place is one of the main destinations for ecotourism and adventure tourism in Amazon. Most attractions allow practicing extreme sports and adventure, such as rafting, zip lining, rappelling, buoy-cross and jungle trails.