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 We invite you to join us on this journey to Brazil. This Brazilian getaway is designed to experience a Wonder of the World, the magnificent UNSECO heritage site, Iguazu Falls, and enjoy the vibrant energy of Rio De Janeiro. Immerse yourself in Afro-Brazilian arts, culture, and vibrant history.






Looking for additional dates to travel to Brazil? Please check out our "Custom Trips" to select your own travel dates.



8 Days of Accommodations

Roundtrip transportation to/from airport transfers

Domestic  flight to Iguazu Falls

Daily breakfast, and select dinners

Tickets to Christ the Redeemer and highlights 

Live music and dinner in Lapa
Tickets to Igauzu Falls on Brazil AND Argentina side

All transportation and domestic flight

Little Africa tour, and Samba dance class

Contribution to support Favela Organica

Sunset sail in Rio de Janeiro


Payment Info


International flight to and from


Gratuities for Guides & Lodges (Suggested, up to client’s discretion) 

Shopping /Things of Personal Nature 

Meals other than those specified in 'What's Included'

Travel and Medical Insurance 

Alcoholic beverages

Laundry service 

Other optional activities,
not specified above included

$2,380 USD

Shared room, per person
8 days, 7 nights

$3,450 USD

Solo room, per person
8 days, 7 nights
Deposit: $450 USD
Small Groups: 6 - 8 People
Flexible Payment Plans Available


Scroll to the bottom for the day-to-day breakdown 


our trip highlights 

Where you’ll get beauty sleep


We select hotels that value social impact and sustainability. These properties utilize renewable energy and reinvest their revenue back into local community programs.

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By visiting Favela Organica, we empower a woman-owned organization that is feeding her community, and teaching the importance of nutrition, wellness, and sustainability.

The SDG we support


Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable


Promoting peaceful societies that provide access to justice and accountable institutions at all levels. Due to corruption, governmental conflict, and economic instability many areas across Brazil experience heavy levels of violence. The goal worldwide is to reduce violence, protect communities from abuse, and promote collective peace.


PEOPLE You'll Meet

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Lorena Granato

Host Tour Guide

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Luana Ferreira

Host Tour Guide

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Eddie Vander

Favela Visit & Tours Guide

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Proudly partnered with: 


Favela Orgânica is a pioneering initiative that originated in the Babilônia and Chapéu Mangueira communities, in the south zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Based on a holistic approach that encompasses concepts such as conscious consumption, alternative cuisine, home composting, and vegetable gardens in small spaces, essentially bringing sustainability eating and education to favelas in Brazil.




Payment Plan Example

We believe in making travel affordable.


Flexible payment plans can be custom designed to provide travelers the financial flexibility to complete the payments. The trip payments must be fully-paid by 30 days before departure.

This payment plan are on a shared room – this means you will be sharing with a friend joining you, or a fellow solo traveler you'll meet soon!

We recommend signing up early to take advantage of smaller payment increments. On the right, is an estimated payment plan. 

Deposit $450

Aug 15th

Payment #1 $321

sept 15th 

Payment #2 $321

oct 15th 

Payment #3 $321

nov 15th 

Payment #4 $321

dec 15th 

Payment #5 $321

jan 15th 

Next steps

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Step 1. Review details

Ensure the dates and trip price work for you. If you have any questions please schedule a call with our team. Once you are ready to book that dream vacay go ahead and pay your deposit! Please note spots are open on a rolling basis until the trip is sold out. We highly suggest securing your spot on the trip by paying your deposit promptly.

Step 2. Pay deposit

Once your trip is confirmed log into your account on our website and stay up to date with the latest info for your upcoming trip! You will also have access to your trip group chat where you can meet & connect with the other travelers and coordinate flights. You will receive monthly payment reminders and updates leading up to departure with everything you need from a finalized itinerary to travel guides, a packing list and more!

3. Pack your bags!

Arrive and get ready for an adventure! Our suggestion would be to look for arrival time in the early afternoon as check in starts at 2pm. If you arrive early, you will have more time to settle into your hotel and explore while getting adjusted to your new surroundings! Our welcome dinner starts in the evening at 6pm, this is where our official introduction begins!



Day Two: Explore the city of Rio de Janeiro, learn more about Afro-Brazilian arts, culture,  street art, and the complex 20th century history.


Experience "Little Africa" and the historical circuit that celebrates African heritage that has forever marked the history of not only Rio de Janeiro, but all of Brazil.

Visit Praça Mauá, Largo da Prainha, Pedra do Sal, Jardim Suspenso do Valongo e Cais do Valongo.

Then following see an enchanting 360 views of Rio de Janeiro from Sugarloaf mountain during sunset.

Day Four: Take an easy morning to unwind, and pack you're bags were boarding our domestic flight to Iguazu Falls. 


Enjoy a delicious lunch at Cais do Oriente, then board our flight to the depths of the rainforest.

You will experience Iguazu Falls from both the Brazil, AND Argentina side for majestic views.

Arrive in your new city and be privately transported to your hotel and enjoy the stillness.

Day Six:  Have your passport ready! We're crossing the border to Argentina to experience Iguazu Falls from Argentina side.


Home to 275  different waterfalls, and even more nature trails. Get lost in the solitude, sunshine, and peace that awaits you.

Later that evening, retrieve our bags and then board an evening flight back to Rio de Janeiro.

Day Eight: 

Departure day.

We encourage our travelers to take an afternoon flight (if that's a great feasible option) to enjoy some optional add-on activities we're happy to arrange.


Enjoy the morning paraglide over the city of Rio de Janeiro, helicopter tour, or more beach time.

Day One: Welcome to Brazil! Be picked-up from Rio's international airport and transferred to our hotel. In the late afternoon, adventure to the vibrant area of Lapa, a charming are of Rio de Janeiro focused on Samba, music, and nightlife.


We will enjoy dinner there, enjoy a complimentary Caipirinha (Brazil's national drink), take a samba class, and dance the night away. It's the perfect way to kick off the trip, meet your fellow travelers and locals. 

Day Three:  To start the day visit one of the beautiful Wonders of the World, 'Christ the Redeemer' bright and early to be one of the first visitors up the mountain.

Afterwards be welcomed by one of our local guides, Eddie, to visit Babilonia Favela. Walk the local streets and learn more about the origin of favelas, and why they have expanded across Rio de Janeiro.


We will also make our way to Favela Organica, a well respected NGO that puts the community at the heart of their operations. They provides food, nutrition, and wellness practices to those that need it most in Rio de Janeiro.


Regina Tchelly, the Founder will guide our efforts as we support with cooking, enjoy a lunch with a view, and distribute food to families. 

Day Five: Start the morning on the Brazil side of Iguazu Falls, one of the greatest natural landmarks in the world. Explore the nature trail right to the center of Garganta del Diablo (The Devil’s Throat), one of the most  impressive views with 14 falls plunging more than 260 feet (80 metres).


Fun fact, around half of the water flow from the Iguazu River spills into the Devil’s Throat. With water flowing from three sides, Garganta del Diablo is an incredible 260-degree waterfall and it makes a thunderous noise. You can hear the loud roar of The Devil’s Throat from miles away.

Day Seven:  

Rise and shine, we're heading to Grumari, one of the best pristine beaches in Rio de Janeiro. Enjoy the ocean waves, have a drink in hand, and a lunch with a view at Mirante da Prainha. 

For sunset, we will venture to Marina da Glória to take a sunset sail on the Rio de Janeiro bay. Take in the views of sunset and reflect on the beautiful experiences.

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Fill out the form below if you are interested in joining us in Egypt!

Submit your signed interest form, and deposit to secure your spot.

Spots are extremely limited and are accepted on a rolling basis.

Have any questions or want to  be added to our waitlist, email


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