Lavenda Afriqa Safaris

LAVENDA AFRIQA SAFARIS

Recife

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1. Your Budget

2. Your Choice of Hotel Accommodation

3. Your preferred number of days on Safaris/Vacation

4. Your choice of Transport – Airplane/Train/Land cruiser/Van/Tour Bus

Let us know your Tour Enquiry to develop an ideal flexible package price for your comfort & positive experience with us!

Main Attraction

Nicknamed the “Venice of Brazil” because of its numerous waterways and bridges, Recife is the capital of the Pernambuco state and one of the largest and most important cities on Brazil’s northeastern coast. Situated amid tropical forests with many islands and rivers, Recife is an interesting place to visit because of its historic old town, beaches and vibrant culture.


Recife was a Dutch colony during the early 17th century, and nowhere is this more evident than the city’s historic district where many colonial buildings still remain. Some of the most significant structures include the oldest synagogue in the Americas and one of Brazil’s most beautiful baroque churches, the Franciscan Convent of Saint Anthony. Saint Peter Square is also noted for its history and picturesque setting of colorful buildings, shops and restaurants.


The city’s main market, the Sao José Market, is a popular place to find traditional handicrafts, medicinal herbs and locally produced food. Recife’s beaches are considered some of the best in Brazil. Lined with hotels, restaurants and bars, Boa Viagem is the most popular beach with its pristine white sands, clear water and coral reef.

About Brazil

Located in central-eastern part of South America and covering an area of 8.5 million sq.km (3,287,956 sq mi), Brazil is the world’s 5th largest country as well as the largest country in South America and in the Southern Hemisphere. Brazil is divided into 5 primary geographic areas: the northern Guiana Highlands; Brazilian Highlands (or plateau) in central and east; the massive Amazon River Basin; the Pantanal wetland areas of the southwest; and the Southern Highlands – to the west and south of Curitiba.


The Brazilian Highlands are covered by low mountain ranges and forested river valleys. From Rio de Janeiro – north to Fortaleza, a series of higher mountain ranges form a natural barrier between the Atlantic Ocean and the country’s interior. The Pantanal is the world’s largest freshwater wetland, a seasonally flooded plain fed by the tributaries of many rivers. For size comparison, it’s almost 10 times the size of the Florida Everglades. The Amazon is the world’s largest tropical rainforest. It is drained by the huge Amazon River, and more than 200 of its tributaries – with more than a dozen of those tributaries being on (The Longest Rivers of the World) list. The Sao Francisco is the longest river completely within Brazil’s borders. The Guiana Highlands, a relatively flat-topped mountainous area covered by rainforest, stretches across much of northern South America. It’s home to many of the planet’s most spectacular waterfalls, and Brazil’s highest point : Pico da Neblina at 9,823ft (2,999m) (marked on the map by a yellow upright triangle). The lowest point is at the Atlantic Ocean.

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