Visiting Rio for the first time, Marisa Paska discovers that home is where the soul is.
Foreign schoolteacher Rebecca Wilson finds community amid the chaos in Rocinha, Rio’s largest favela.
While most travelers head to Brazil for the non-stop party, we wanted to discover the other side of Rio – up the mountain, inside the favelas.
Surrounded by dense green jungle, Manaus attracts thousands of visitors annually looking to experience adventure and the richness of the Amazon Rainforest. Find out what are the must do’s and places to see with this guide from World Nomads.
Vibrant, multicultural and lively, São Paulo like any major city can be fast paced but there is lots to see and do. Find out how to do it like a local with this guide to São Paulo City from World Nomads.
From greetings to emergency phrases, here are some Portuguese words to help you learn the lingo before traveling to Brazil.
With 2 million followers, Candomble is a widely practiced religion in Brazil ingrained in ritual and celebration. Find out how to experience this locally in its birthplace of Salvador safely with World Nomads.
A quick guide to Brazilian food, so you can read the menu fast, without needing a crash course in Portuguese.
The combination of 42 beaches, the phrase "Island of Magic" and the title "The Brazilian Ibiza" makes Florianopolis (or Floripa, as it is more popularly known) one of the most requested destinations in Brazil.
Brazilians do things a little differently, some would even say they’re a little bit crazy, in a good way. Here are 14 reasons why…
World Nomads' local expert shows you where to go, how to get around and tips on staying safe in Salvador, Brazil.