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.
Zika, the health emergency that’s got everyone worried about Brazil. But how serious is it, what is it, how do you avoid it and what can you do about it as a traveler?
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.
With the Olympics not far away, many tourists will be flocking to Rio and other Brazilian locations. But do you know how to speak the language of the locals? Find out how with this easy Portuguese phrase guide from World Nomads.
World Nomads gives you a quick guide to Brazilian Food so you can decipher the menu on the fly without needing a crash course in Portuguese.
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.
Heading to the 2016 summer Olympic games in Rio – here’s everything you need to know about the way the locals do things. Read, absorb and fit right in when you get there.
Follow these expert tips from World Nomads to stay safe and have a blast in Salvador, Brazil!