Brazil Travel Gallery
Our short time in Brazil has cemented one thing, We will be back!
Gallery below features photos from Rio De Janeiro to Sao Paulo and the immense Iguassu Falls.
Aerial view of Rocinha favela, the biggest favela in South America.
The locals living in the Favelas attach their own cables to the power grid to avoid paying the expensive bills.
Rocinha Favela, the largest Favela in all of South America
On top of the balcony of heaven watching over Rochina Favela
Exploring the tight alleyways inside Rocinha Favela
Wark a local street artist has painted depictions on Innocents, Family and angles of protection throughout the favela.
On the way up to Christ the Redeemer
Brett flying like a bird! Thank you Hang Gliding Adventures for the experience
Bianca doesn’t care that carnival is in February
Escadaria Selaron, a beautiful staircase made with tiles from all over the world.
Escadaria Selaron, A must visit in Rio. Stunning!
Rep’n New Zealands feature tile.
Late for the tram!!
Coconut water and beach babes! The perfect day in Rio on Ipanema beach
Sunset from Sugar loaf
It’s out on the edge when life gets exciting. Push your own limits and boundaries and you will find yourself going places you never dreamed possible.
The most famous cliff in Rio.
Taking risks to get the best photos!
Woke up at 4am for a @hiketosunrise. A 40min bum burner in the dark to the top of the 2 brothers. Lucky for us this morning view was worth getting up for. If you’re in Rio this is the best way to start your day!
One of the best views of Rio, the sunrise hike up to the 2 brothers.
Toucan we found on our hike down the 2 brothers.
So much street art on the way down Vidigal favela. See the hidden lions?
Time to refresh!
We found a little isolated spot further down the beach and let the sun cook us.
The portuguese colonial town is stunning!
Cobbled streets line the old town.
Colourful doorways makes Paraty a beautiful and romantic town
Who lets rain ruin the fun anyway.
Enjoying a BBQ with our Brazilian family
Along the track are many different places to take amazing photos.
At the end is a walkway taking you right into the falls. Careful you will get wet.
The 1.5km pathway on the Brazilian side of the Falls has amazing panoramic views
The lower track takes you right underneath the amazing falls.
Down low provides an amazing scenic view.
Beautiful views from the lower track.
The Upper Track gives you an idea of the size of the falls. Nearly three times bigger than Niagara.
The Devil’s Throat. A most impressive view of natures raw power. Do not fall in!