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Highlights from Rio

Christ Redeemer, the symbol of the City of Rio de Janeiro, is one of the 7 New Wonders of the Modern World, the carioca postal card standing 38 meters high, the image of the carioca people faith and sympathy, has panoramic elevators and escalators, a  Railroad platform of the Corcovado station, where visitors can enjoy the green area of the National Park of Tijuca, a typical rain forest in the middle of the city, jacks fruits trees, monkeys and old coffee .



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The Sugarloaf cable car is one of the world's best known attractions, the ride is divided into two stages, each lasting 3 minutes. The first stage goes from Praia Vermelha (Red Beach) to Morro da Urca (Urca Hill), at an altitude of 220 meters. The second stage goes from Morro da Urca to Sugarloaf Mountain, at an altitude of 528 meters.

The Sugarloaf cable car system is considered one of the safest in the world, with a 360º view you'll enjoy along the ride and from the top of Morro da Urca and Sugarloaf Mountain encompass Rio beaches – Flamengo, Botafogo, Leme, Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon – the Corcovado, Guanabara Bay, downtown Rio, the Santos Dumont Airport, the Rio-Niterói Bridge and Dedo de Deus (God´s Finger) a peak which rises in Teresópolis (about 50 miles from Rio).

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Santa Teresa the most bohemian of all the neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro with long term travelers, artists pursuing music, circus performance and art is considered the Montmartre from Rio, where you can enjoy a hippie and peaceful place, the authentic old Rio with a stop at the historical Ruins Park, an old mansion that belonged to the distinguished personality of Mrs. Laurinda Santos Lobo and from where you can see an spectacular view from Downtown Rio.


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Botanical Garden located at the foot of Corcovado Mountain and occupy about 142 hectares, are one of the greatest tropical botanical gardens in the world, house some of the rarest species of plants from the flora of Brazil and other countries, and many species of tropical birds, fish and mammals. As part of the Tijuca National Park (Floresta da Tijuca), home to hundreds of species of plants and wildlife endemic of the Atlantic Rainforest.

Orchids, bromeliad and insectivores flowers are the most interesting collections along with the alley palm trees planted by Dom John VI the king of Portugal and Brazil and the Japanese Garden with a wonderful lake full of carps, near where emperor Akihito of Japan has planted the bonsai tree. The energy of the botanical garden involves the visitors in a relaxing and pleasant walking tour.

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Entrance fee not included on this rate. Only transportation and accredit tour guide assistance is included. .



HALF DAY TOURS(4hrs)


1 to 2 people TOTAL
3 people TOTAL
4 people TOTAL
5 people TOTAL
6 people TOTAL
R$ 350,00
R$ 500,00
R$ 600,00
R$ 700,00
R$ 800,00
U$ 210.00
U$ 300.00
U$ 360.00
U$ 430.00
U$ 490.00

HALF DAY TOURS(8hrs)

1 to 2 people TOTAL
3 people TOTAL
4 people TOTAL
5 people TOTAL
6 people TOTAL
R$   500,00
R$   600,00
R$   800,00
R$ 1.000,00
R$ 1.100,00
U$ 300.00
U$ 360.00
U$ 490.00
U$ 600.00
U$ 670.00



Payment in cash, can be paid either in local or U$ currency .