My National Geographic moment during an African safari.
Time to explore the summit of Monte Roraima crossing borders between Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil.
In this image I capture some of my passions: sunset, travel and São Paulo city. So, it makes me remember many sunsets I’ve seen from airplane’s window.
Not a beach nor big, but it is a must-do to explore the real canyons. We left to enter the huge clefts on the most exuberant walls in Brazil, at Serra Geral and Aparados da Serra Parks.
A handicraftsman worked on birds made from coconut inside a tent. He titled himself as The Birdman. When we got out of the car he just smiled to us…
Came the most difficult part of the expedition, time to really face the slope and reach the top.
I was on a safari at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy when I saw this man walking alone on the savanna. The guide noticed our expressions of surprise and explained:
I just organized all best photos on this gallery. We did two expeditions on december/january 2012 and 2013. See an interactive map with the places we’ve been and some links to related articles bellow.
The largest and greenest state in Brazil has always been a dream and finally an opportunity came up in June. Amazonastur took advantage of Parintins Folklore Festival to organize a press trip with bloggers, and Territórios was on the guest list.
The Parintins Folklore Festival starts today until sunday. The most vibrant and original event I’d been. To relive all that emotion I show you my best picture.