I wrote information to guide your trip planning to Bonito. After all, Brazil’s most organized ecotourism destination requires advance booking and a certain investment of time and money. I already mentioned how boring some care is, but they are necessary for the preservation and responsible for giving international visibility to the destination.
Seeing the skyline in a city of over 12 million people do not seem like an easy task. But I guarantee amazing scenarios and much greener than you might have imagined when thinking of the view in São Paulo.
Pantanal is the national place to closely observe birds, cats, mammals, fish, and reptiles. The largest wetland on the planet is the natural habitat of several local species besides migratory species; It is located in Brazil and has over 80% of native vegetation. I spent a day at San Francisco Farm for a photo safari, bird watching and a cottage trip.
On World Environment Day a photo from one of the fewstill preserved Atlantic Forest spaces. One of the Brazilian’s richest biomas in diversity and UNESCO Heritage Site.
Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge in Brasília is one of them and it’s part of my nocturnal collection of postcards of cities around the world.
On Forest International Day, a common scene from a nice place close to São Paulo where we can breathe fresh air in the atlantic rainforest – Serra do Mar.
I found this beautiful aboriginal little girl during an out of touristic experience in the Amazon.
The cashew nut was old known and appreciated, the natural juice also, but the pleasure of eating the fruit I’ve experienced for the first time in Jalapão.
Our mascot continued traveling with me this year. That’s the perfect topic for the first Week’s Photo of the year, don’t you think? See where the T have been
I shoot Piranhas little beach when I was overflying São Francisco river by helicopter. The leisure place of this small historic town seems an ocean beach