Brazilian beaches are a backyard for the rich and favela-dwelling alike, for people of every shade and every shape, and without a shred of self-consciousness.
A young English girl says what we're all thinking: That is the weirdest thing I've ever tasted.
Don't agonise over whether to see the mighty Iguazu Falls from Brazil or Argentina – just do both.
Menus devised by this award-winning chef are influenced by cuisines from around the globe.
On the Argentinian side of the world-famous Iguazu falls, you can get so close that it hurts. No really, it hurts.
Janis Joplin fell into the pool and The Rolling Stones loved the beds so much they tried to buy them: this is a hotel with serious cool cred.
For a brief period in the 1800s one of the gaudiest cities in the world could be found deep in the Amazon.
Raging waters form a white veil on the Argentine-Brazil border.
Home of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games, Brazil has always been a hot destination. But now it's even hotter. From the party atmosphere and world-famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro to the remote, wild jungle around the Amazon river, Brazil offers adventures to suit all kinds of travellers. It's the world's fifth largest country by both population and geography, so there's plenty to explore.