Brazil's hot tropical climate can be a haven for all sorts of diseases and bugs which can disrupt your holiday plans quickly. But there are precautions you so you don't miss out on the fun because you're laid up in bed sick. Check out these health & hygiene tips from World Nomads.
Even though God may actually be Brazilian, divine intervention will not help when it comes to protecting yourself against criminals. Learn how to stay safe in Brazil with this guide on crime and scams by World Nomads.
Manaus is a large and vibrant urban centre within the Amazon Rainforest. Like any large city it has its share of petty crime and sometimes more serious crimes but there are things you can do keep yourself safe, day or night. Check out these safety & health tips from World Nomads.
Heading to the Amazon should be high up on any traveller’s list while in Brazil but the big green room has lots of things which can ruin your trip if you don’t get informed. Read our guide to preparing for your trip to the Amazon with World Nomads.
Secretly filmed must-see video shows a street gang robbing people in broad daylight in downtown Rio. World Nomads says it's essential to know where the bad parts of town are.
São Paulo, Brazil’s huge mega-city has a reputation as sterile, dangerous and forbidding. Read this to get a different perspective.
Follow these expert tips from World Nomads to stay safe and have a blast in Salvador, Brazil!
How safe is Brazil for women travelers? Read these 5 tips from Brazilian local Fernada Lopes and keep yourself and your valuables safe while you're exploring this amazing country.
Rio's beautiful beaches are a haven for petty thieves. Sneak thieves and bag-snatchers routinely operate on the beaches, but lately a more frightening type of crime has emerged. Find out about it here, and follow these tips for staying safe in the sun.
The favelas are some of the most vibrant parts of Rio de Janeiro, both in colour and culture. They are the flipside of the city’s strange dichotomy. Exploring these communities is a great way to dive beneath the flashy veneer of Ipanema Beach and appreciate the depth of Rio’s charm.
Around 700,000 tourists flock to Rio de Janeiro every year to witness the outrageously elaborate floats parade around the Sambadrome, while others head north to fully immerse themselves in the festival and Afro-Brazilian culture.