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Rio de Janeiro Day Tours

Ginga Tropical Show with Samba lesson

 

Does dancing and bright colors come to mind when you think of Rio? How about Samba? Maybe you even think of the grand Brazilian carnival. Embrace authentic, Brazilian culture and carnival all year round with this fun experience. Go to a Ginga Tropical show and see the women adorned in bright, beautiful outfits. Then, learn like the pros with your very own samba dance lesson. Learn about the different Brazilians beats and dance stylings that come from all across the country. This cultural excursion will take you through a little bit of the history of Brazil through the power of dance.

Private Full Day to Petropolis

Trade in the bustling city of Rio for the quiet streets of Petropolis for the day. Located 60km away from Rio, this city sits in the middle of lush forests and holds claim to a past life as the summer residence of Brazil’s final emperor, Pedro II, during his almost sixty year reign. During your time exploring the town, you will visit the Imperial Museum, which was the actually Emperor’s summer home. This museum highlights Brazil’s imperial history and shows off the former crown jewels and crown. Then, take a stroll through town as you make your way to the cathedral where the emperor and his wife are buried.


 
Duration: Full day (8 hours)
Services Included: Transfer in/out, bilingual guide, Impreial Museum entrance fee, lunch
Services Not Included: drinks with lunch

Full Day Corcovado, Tijuca Forest, Sugar Loaf & Botanical Gardens

 

Make the most of your time in Rio as you hit four major attractions the city has to offer. Drive along the Tijuca Forest, which holds its claim as the biggest urban forest in the world. Then, hit the quintessential Rio sights by walking along at the foot of the Christ the Redeemer Statue, while overlooking Copacabana and the Ipanema beaches before venturing to the Botanic Garden. Moving from the South to the North edge of the city, you’ll make your way to the Sugar Loaf Mountain, where the famous Rio cable car travels giving you a beautiful panorama of the city.


Duration: Full day (8 hours)
Services Included: Entance fees for Corcovado, Sugarloaf and the Botanical Gardens, Lunch
Services Not Included: Drinks (with lunch) 

Half Day Corcovado & Santa Teresa by Jeep

Corcovado is among the ‘musts’ of any visit to Rio because it is home to the famous Christ the Redeemer statue. Corcovado is 709m mountain on the water. Enjoy the breathtaking views of beaches scattered between Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon, but also the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon and the Botanical Garden. Then, visit Dona Marta to appreciate the stunning views of the Maracanã stadium, the Guanabara Bay and the Sugar Loaf. Discover the historical district of Sta.Teresa with its mild climate and big houses. This cultural local has become a famous art center with lots of craftsmanship galleries and a trolley car.


 
Duration: Half day (4 hours) 
Services Included: Bilingual guide, Corcovado entrance fee

Half Day Historical City Tour

 

Discover the past of Rio, and much of Brazil, as you walk around impressive historical sights. These massive buildings tell the stories of the regal past that Rio is founded upon. You will make your way through the narrow streets of downtown Rio as you learn the unique history of this city. Explore the modern Metropolitan Cathedral, modeled after Mayan pyramids. Walk through the impressive Carioca Square, which will give you a sample of some of the other architectural styles of the city. Also, pass the Casa França-Brasil which has a minimalistic design and offers another history lesson. Another attraction is the cultural center in the beautifully-restored Banco do Brasil.


 
Duration: Half day (4 hours)
Services Included: Guide

Full Day Corcovado & Sugar Loaf

Make the most of your trip to Rio with a visit to two of the top tourist attractions for this tropical city. You will start your day by riding a cog-wheel train up Corcovado Mountain. At the top, the sea, the mountains, the millions of houses and all of the amazing nature surrounding you will captivate your eyes. Stop for lunch at one of the restaurant options before you continue on your way to visit the famous, Sugarloaf Mountain. This peak you will reach by cable car. Gaze down to admire downtown Río, complete with its Colonial Portuguese-style buildings, the glittering waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful beaches.

 

Duration: Full day
Services Included: Transfer in/out, guide, lunch, Corcovado and Sugarloaf entrance fees

Half Day Sugar Loaf

No trip to Rio is complete without a cable car ride to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. You will be captivated by the panoramic views of Rio as you travel up the mountain side, getting a bird’s eye view of the city complete with views of Guanabara Bay and its islands, the Rio-Niterói bridge and Corcovado hill, Copacabana beach and the Santa Cruz fortress. You will make your way through downtown Rio, passing by the Sambadrome and the Metropolitan Cathedral. On your way, you will get to learn about Cinelândia square with its historical buildings, the Municipal Theater, the National Library and the National Museum of Fine Arts.  


 
Duration: Half day ( 4 hours)
Services Included: Bilingual guide, Sugar Loaf entrance

Half Day Corcovado & Tijuca Forest by Jeep

Enjoy a breathtaking view of Copacabana beach, Ipanema beach and Leblon beach, as well as the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon and the Botanical Garden all from the top of Corcovado Mountain. This mountain is famous for the Christ the Redeemer statue. On your tour, you will also visit charming Cosme Velho with its historic mansions. Be awed by Dona Marta, a stunning sight to see, which offers incredible views of the Maracanã stadium, Guanabara Bay and Sugar Loaf Mountain. Go for a short walk through the urban forest to reach the beautiful Cascatinha Fall.

 

Duration: Half day (4 hours)
Services Included: Bilingual guide, Corcovado entrance fees

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