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Brazil to Bolivia by Land – Border Crossing and Transport Guide

brazil to bolivia by land

Brazil to Bolivia by Land Traveling from Brazil to Bolivia by land can be difficult without the right information. That’s why I wrote this guide with everything you need to Read more…


Backpacker Budget Tips for Carnival in Rio

Once New Year’s Celebrations come to a halt, many backpackers in South America set their sights on the next big event…Carnival! The most popular destination to celebrate this iconic Latino Read more…


Robbed in Brazil – How Travel Changed 

What really happens after you get robbed at gunpoint.


Brazil – Know Before You Go

These are a few tips that would have saved me a lot of hassle, money, and embarrassment should someone told me before starting our two months of travel in Brazil.


Top 15 Brazil Experiences

After backpacking Brazil for two months we have narrowed down the best times we had. Follow the title links for more information on each experience.  1. New Years Eve celebration Read more…


Brazilian Hospitality 

After a full week of partying and drinking in the 40 degree Rio de Janeiro heat for Carnival, it was time to give our livers a rest and hit the road – next Read more…


So you wanna go to Carnival!?

We thought carnival was a “once in a lifetime” type of experience, but after going we have already talked about returning again one day.


Pre-Carnaval Celebrations in the Vibrant Salvador 

It was a toss up, do we spend Brazil’s biggest and most famous festival in Salvador or in Rio? We chose Rio, but we made sure we spent pre-carnaval in Salvador. Salvador was crazy – in the most unique and culturally vibrant ways you can imagine.


Brazil’s Beautiful National Park – Chapada Diamantina

From our first moments entering the park I thought “this place is sick,” it reminded me so much of Darwin, huge rock formations surrounded by fresh water swimming pools – but without the worry of Crocs (and I don’t mean the tacky shoes nobody should ever wear)!


Robbed in Brazil 

Today we surrendered our valuable things to a robber threatening us with a gun in Brazil.


A Colonial Town Bordering a Beach Haven City – Olinda and Recife

Olinda makes you feel like you have gone back in time – a couple kilometres away Recife is an example of a modern, busy, Northeastern Brazilan city. The convientely neighbouring cities make for a great “two-for-one” travel destination.


The best beach in Brazil? – Pipa

Pipa is a beautiful beachside town on Brazil’s Northeast coast, and shamefully is often missed by tourists. This place is so relaxed and utterly beautiful we will tell you why you need to go there and how to get there.