Though I’m partial to budget travel, spending some money in the Amazon goes a long way. With a guide and a good boat, you can experience wildlife, local culture and stunning waterscapes that solo travelers could never reach. [Click headline to read full piece.]
The World Cup is coming soon to this lively industrial capital of Brazil’s second most populous state. Here’s some of what soccer fans — and other visitors — can expect to find.
How did our Thanksgiving photo end up on a 15-foot ad in the Amazon?
The generally ignored north sides of both Brazilian cities offer rewards that range from the cultural to the culinary.
After President Dilma Rousseff proposed recruiting foreigners, Brazilian physicians said a lack of infrastructure and supplies was the problem.
Leaders of President Dilma Rousseff’s governing coalition agreed to pursue a plebiscite on political reforms but fell far shy of meeting her call to hold one right away.
In a nation riven by protests over corruption and overspending, a lawmaker used an Air Force jet to bring guests to the Spain-Brazil soccer match.
The Iguazú Falls are stunning from most angles. But getting to them through Paraguay has its advantages.
Soccer is not just a game in Brazil, it’s a national drama. Here’s a script to help you join the show.
Four donkeys eat seaweed for breakfast. A teenager break dances in the surf. An old man nudges a coconut from a tree. And an entire town agrees on how to misspell crepes.