Special itineraries for a trip with children

Brazil offers tourism options for all ages.

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Bonito and Pantanal, Mato Grosso do Sul

Macaws, toucans, monkeys and anteaters. The best way to know the Brazilian fauna and try refreshing water rides is by visiting Bonito and the Pantanal, in Mato Grosso do Sul. Check out information for tourists in English and recommendations for those who want to know the State of Mato Grosso do Sul.

Caldas Novas and Rio Quente, Goiás

As the world’s largest hydrothermal fountainhead, Caldas Novas attracts tourists of all age groups. The diRoma Acqua Park is an indispensable attraction. The options to rest and have fun please every family. Another watering-place of warm waters in the region is Rio Quente, which is 135 km away from Goiânia, capital of Goiás. The Hot Park offers unforgettable adventures.

Beach Park, Ceará

Beach Park is 20 km away from Fortaleza, in Ceará, but it is a mistake to think the attractions are just for children. Many adults who visit the park enjoy toys such as the Insano, a 41-meter tall water slide that reaches, in free fall, a speed of 105 km per hour.

Beto Carrero, Santa Catarina

Beto Carrero, the Latin America’s largest theme park, is in the South of Brazil, in Penha, Santa Catarina. There are more than 100 attractions for all ages and it is recommended to spend two days to enjoy with kids. The infrastructure of the park offers assistance even for babies, with cradles for the little ones to take a nap while big brothers and sisters have fun.

Porto de Galinhas, Pernambuco

50 km away from Recife, Porto de Galinhas is a paradise for those who wish to rest and enjoy all the benefits of calm and shallow waters. The coral plant reefs, colorful fish and pretty turtles that inhabit the place wonder children and adults.

Serra Gaúcha, Rio Grande do Sul

Chocolate for children and wine for adults. There are many options to attract tourists of all age groups in the charming Serra Gaúcha, in the South region of Brazil. In addition to stunning parks and good food, be sure to take a ride on the steam train in Garibaldi. Especially during the Christmas season, it is worth checking out Santa Claus’ village. Fun is guaranteed.