Get to Brazil's Olympic Games With Kensington Tours
PHOTO: Rio de Janeiro. Courtesy Embratur.
It’s the world’s biggest sporting event – the Olympic Games – and they are headed to Brazil, the largest country in South America and also the most populous. The events will span four regions and many miles – for even the experienced traveler to Brazil, navigating the Olympic Games can pose a hardship. What better way to enjoy the spirit of the games than with a driver and personal guide to show you the way?
Let Kensington Tours be your eyes and ears on the ground while you enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with insider access to events, luxury hotel stays and adrenaline-pumping competition. Kensington can arrange a custom-designed itinerary for Olympics-bound travelers that include all the sights and sounds of Rio with the added benefit of witnessing the world’s top athletes compete for the elusive Olympic Gold. Tours include meals, transfers, excursions and more, with 24-hour, seven-days-a-week in-country support.
Want to get to Brazil before the athletes? Here is a sampling of some of Kensington Tours top-selling Brazil journeys:
Rio, Falls & Amazon Highlights — This tour includes Rio de Janeiro, Foz do Iguassu and the Amazon. Guests begin in Rio and stroll through the social, political and cultural past of one of the world’s greatest melting pots. Visit Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf with a private guide, experience Iguazu Falls on a private boat excursion and search for dolphins, toucans and jaguars as they journey through the Amazon River. The custom tour starts at $3,303 per person for a nine-day journey.
Brazil Grand Tour — One needs time to do Brazil right, and this tour provides plenty of it with 14 days in the country, visiting Manaus, Rio, Salvador, Praia do Forte, Pantanal, Foz do Iguassu. This tour encompasses the highlights of Brazil and beyond. Guests can fish for piranha on the Amazon River, visit Christ the Redeemer, visit TAMAR headquarters and learn about efforts to save sea turtles, visit the homes of native caboclos, stay in custom-curated hotels and more. Prices start at approximately $6,020.
Argentina & Brazil: Cities and Falls – From train rides up the Corcovado Mountains to see the Christ the Redeemer statue to private, guided walks at Iguazu Falls, this nine-day journey takes guests to Buenos Aires Iguazu Falls and Rio de Janeiro. Take in bustling markets, riverside mansions and stunning beach resorts with a team of guides and private drivers at your side throughout.
For more information, visit Kensington Tours.
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