• Take a cable car ride up to Brazil’s world-renowned Sugar Loaf, with its all-encompassing views from a 270-meter/886-foot high lookout
  • Enjoy a private tour of Rio’s Tijuca Forest, with a hike in this, the largest urban forest in the world
  • Discover Belo Horizonte, and its Pampulha District, famous for the works of three of Brazil’s renowned artists, who helped create the neighborhoods around its manmade lake
  • Explore Ouro Preto’s well-preserved Portuguese colonial architecture, its 18th- and 19th-century churches decorated with gold and the sculptured works of Aleijadinho
  • Visit other fascinating gold towns including Marina and Sabará, founded in 1711, was one of the most productive gold mines at the time