Brazil holiday, tailor made

Price
3695 excluding flights
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Duration
23 Days
Type
Tailor made
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Accessibility
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Roundtrip of 23 days can be tailor made in all ways.
Price starts with 3695 EUR pp on basis of 2 pax.
Including excursions, all transfers, hotels, not included optionals.
Domestic flights come extra and can be part of a more economic flight pass.
Make enquiry

Description of Brazil holiday, tailor made

Price information

3695 excluding flights
Convert currency:
Roundtrip of 23 days can be tailor made in all ways.
Price starts with 3695 EUR pp on basis of 2 pax.
Including excursions, all transfers, hotels, not included optionals.
Domestic flights come extra and can be part of a more economic flight pass.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

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Pantanal

Holiday information

LGBTQIA+
Our partners behind this holiday promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travellers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.

Accessibility

Accessible Tourism overview:
For us it is important to assist and help where we can with travellers that need special assistance. All our trips can be tailor made, allowing us to adjust the trips specifically to the individual. This is also dependant on the budget available.
Limited mobility:
We have already worked with several clients with limited mobility - we have organised for clients to travel via rental cars with private drivers for example. Before the trip we will contact the individual and find out what part of our trip needs to be adapted, this will also allow us to brief the local guides so they can focus on the particular needs of the traveller. Different day excursions can be provided when the activities do not suit the travellers' particular needs.
Wheelchair:
We have worked with several clients that have been wheelchair bound, this has previously involved sorting out suitable travel, such as private taxi transfers, drivers and guides. We can discuss with the traveller beforehand exactly how the trip needs to be adapted. Extra activities can be provided instead if a suggested one isn't suitable for example. Travellers with a wheelchair will need to be accompanied on the trip.
Blind or Limited vision:
Information in braille is not available in Latin American destinations which means all the information will be delivered verbally. We can provide a host to take care of the travellers depending of budget. We have already guided a person with limited vision, so we know how to deal with the challenges. Local guides are trained and can be briefed on the specific needs of each traveller. Programmes can also be adapted for ease of travel. Travellers with severe vision impairments should be accompanied.
Deaf or limited hearing:
All information before the trip starts will be provided in a written format. Lip reading will be essential for understanding the local guides explanations. The traveller will also have to be accompanied by someone who will be able to sign the translations. A special host can be provided, but this can in dependent on budget. While not all our guides are trained in sign language, they have access to computer tablets for communication if necessary. We have guided a deaf person before, so we know the challenges involved.
'Free from' food:
Diet requests are communicated to all local operators involved that are included in the program and it should not be a problem to accommodate most.
LGBT:
We have not encountered any issues directed towards the LGBT community on our trips and believe that the countries that we travel in are welcoming and open to all travellers.

Reviews

2 Reviews of Brazil holiday, tailor made

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Reviewed on 20 Aug 2022 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?


Jaguar encounters, snorkelling in Rio da Prata and enjoying the amazing wonder of the Iguaçu Falls.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?


Plan ahead, especially knowing in Brazil you need an agent to arrange things- you can’t roll up at the site for tickets, learn some Portuguese, avoid high risk places for theft etc, be aware of some places where you can’t throw toilet paper in toilets.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


To some extent- it certainly provided work for the locals. We had hoped some hotels do more eg some ignore the keeping your towel for more than 1 day notice and keeps changing daily. We wonder if the tourist industry would tighten up some etiquette esp around wildlife- some tourists were noisy and inappropriate in such settings- how can one notify the local authority? We also wished the local people did not use so much single use water bottles & provide more refilling options.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


Very good overall. We must say the tour operator with their Brazil agent have been very helpful and prompt in their response throughout. That is a 5 star service.

Read the operator's response here:

We are very happy that our travellers had a wonderful holiday. We all work very hard in a team to make this happen.
When tourists have been noisy around wildlife they most probably have been local tourists on excursion with friends or family. It is a general Latin American cultural thing that the partying and celebration of being together has more attention than being quiet and observing the wildlife. This is not only in Brazil but we have heard it as well of a private reserve owner in Colombia. We will discuss this with our team in Sao Paulo at the end of high season how the pousadas can improve and the centres of local independent guides can give better instructions overall.

Best Marcel

Reviewed on 11 Sep 2022 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?


Seeing big cats

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?


Make sure you can use WhatsApp in brazil

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


Definite local benefit and support for conservation.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


All we were expecting to see and do, but we needed to be on top of the organisation throughout.

Read the operator's response here:

Our travellers had a great and wonderful wildlife holiday in different eco-systems from the Atlantic rainforest, the Cerrado to the Pantanal wetlands with many Jaguar spotting and other wild cats. They shared that they took around 4500 images so it was a really rewarding wildlife trip for them. There was a logistical transfer hiccup unfortunately and the change of a domestic flight was not communicated to the local team. We are discussing with our local team in Brazil how we can avoid this kind of issues for all next travels and make the round travels even better.


Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

This 23 day program, modules and all tailor made itineries are offered by an excellent specialist in tailor made travels in Latin America. As a team with all involved operators and local organizations we take care that all excursions are according to the rules of conservation of Brazil’s fauna and flora. When we visit National Parks or reserves a part of the income contributes directly to preserve wildlife and flora and gives income to local guides and families. All local guides on your excursions are well trained to take care of you and the natural surroundings, besides giving you all information you are looking for. When staying in nature we use eco-friendly hacienda’s and local families that respect nature. Group trips will be guided by a Latin American expert on nature, ecotourism and culture with certification for Tourleading and Mountain Guiding on European level, with a University degree in Geology and post University training in Management. At last but not at least our team in Brazil works together with the Black Jaguar Foundation, which is an NGO working to reforest the Amazon rainforest and the Cerrado savanne in Brazil. They plant native trees on a massive scale in collaboration with local landowners.

People

All suppliers are small and local Brasilean owners, meaning that the income remains within the country and creates a real economic contribution to its people and country that has started to make improvements in infrastructure and social reforms. We treat our suppliers fairly and with respect, they are an important key to a great holiday which is our success when we succeed. Working together with our Brasilean partner is an ongoing relationship and our shared affection for this marvellous country benefits everyone involved. When local tribes are visited this all done with the highest respect for local traditions and the people in such way that all parties involved have a learning and inspirational experience. In this itinery we can include visits to favelas and social projects in Rio de Janeiro. If you are more interested this can be extended of course with more possibilities. Traveling through Brazil will be an enriching experience and it won’t stay with only one travel in South America for sure.

This operator empowers a womens coffee cooperation and NGO in the Andes of Venezuela. Their vision is to provide solidarity to the entire coffee community in the area, striving to improve the quality of the life of children and families of the coffee communities. With this holiday and all our tailor made travels in Latin America you support local families on your destination of travel and you make it for us possible to support mothers and children in the Andes of Venezuela through this cooperation and NGO. Through their different programs the cooperative aspire to offer training technique in administration, management, accounting, among others and offer scholarships to students and subsidies to primary schools in rural coffee communities, as well as inspire to new forms of community economic organization.

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