A country the size of Brazil (it's the world's fifth largest nation) is not easy to summarize in a brief introduction. From sprawling metropolitan areas to hidden indigenous rainforest villages, Brazil is an infinitely versatile place and undoubtedly the most significant external influence on all the countries it borders, including the three Guianas.
A stunning five million visitors enter Brazil each year… Wilderness Explorers specializes in small and personal tours that delve into the the rarely seen northeast corners of Brazil including Roraima, Para, and Amapa, states. Here is where you'll encounter remote Amerindian tribes ("indios") that live close to the land in an area less impacted by deforestation and hydroelectric power than other parts of Brazil. Some of the world's best birdwatching is found in these regions, and we are one of the few companies anywhere that can provide an all-land journey from the coastal capitals of Guyana, Suriname, or French Guiana to the Caiapó region to the Yanomami Indigenous Park all the way through to Boa Vista, Manaus, Macapá, Belem, or beyond. These are routes not for the feint of heart, but we've traveled them and know where to go and where to steer clear. Give us a call - we'd be happy to show you around!
Our Brazil itineraries are customized for the needs of each traveller or group - email us for more information.