Some of the world’s most exciting cities lie inside Brazil, and travellers don’t need to head to Carnival to experience the music, dance and revelry that fill so many Brazilian nights. The country is divided into several areas, each having its own distinctive flavour. Brazil’s geography and distinctive history have combined to offer a rich culture full of diversity and contradiction. It encompasses and maintains dominance over one of the greatest natural wonders, the Amazon River and Rainforest.
As most of the country enjoys temperate weather year-round, there's no bad time to visit Brazil. Cooler weather makes the country pleasant to visit from April to November, while treks to the Amazon and Pantanal are best experienced during the drier months from June to August.