Month By Month Travel Tips to Visit Brazil

When to go Brazil, what is the best time to visit Brazil, which month is the best to enjoy the most and many more questions like this come into the mind of a travellers for visiting any of the country so that they can enjoy the maximum. Here is a month wise list for you so that you can plan your trip accordingly to Brazil, one of the most happening countries of South America.

January:-
Weather:- Good weather, summer time, plenty of sunshine

Best Places to visit:- Big cities of country and must visit Iguaza Falls which is at its best

February
Weather:- Good weather continues , it is a carnival time

Best Places to visit:- Do visit Rio de de Janeiro, Salvador, Sao Paulo and Recife , if you want to be a part of most happening carnivals. The Iguazu Falls which is still at its best and if you love beaches then do visit the beaches of Rio Grande do Sul,Santa Catarina and Parana. So book best deal flights to Rio de Janeiro and enjoy your holidays.

March
Weather:- Autumn begins at the end of month and temperature falls in South and Southeast.

Best Places to visit:- Iguazu, the north coast of Sao Paulo and places like Paraty, IIha Grande which are on the south coast of Rio . You can also visit the beaches of the state of Bahia

April
Weather:- Autumn makes its presence felt , comparatively low season.

Best Places to visit:-The region of Cidades Históricasin Minas Gerais , north coast of state of Sao Paulo and south coast of Rio.You can also visit the beaches like Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Parana.

May
Weather:- Very similar to April, getting cold on the mountains in South

Best Places to visit:-The coast of Brazilian Northeast. It is one of the rainiest months here. Visit the beaches like Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Parana. It is quite cold for swimming.

June
Weather:- Cold in South and Southeast and plenty of rain in the coast of Bahia.

Best Places to Visit:- Do visit the places like Serras and Canyons to enjoy spectacular landscapes. Visit Sao Luis in second half of June to enjoy Bumba-meu-boi festival. Visit Parintins in Amazon on the last three days of month and take part in Boi- bumba Festival.

July
Weather:- Cold in the South and Southeast. High season again, school holidays in Brazil

Best Places to Visit:-Visit the region of Serras and Canyons to enjoy spectacular landscapes in cold. The Cidades Históricas in Minas Gerais, The Lençóis Maranhenses, The Pantanal and Fernando de Noronha are some of the nicest places to visit which display turquoise water that has made them famous.

August
Weather:- Quite cold in South and Southeast.

Best Places to visit:- Visit the region of Serras and Canyons to enjoy spectacular landscapes in cold. Pay visit to The Cidades Históricas in Minas Gerais, The Lençóis Maranhenses and Jericoacoara where rainy season is almost over. You can also venture into the south Coast of Bahia or Amazon Jungle to enjoy fun and adventure.

September
Weather:- Still cold in the South and Southeast.

Best Places to visit:- Visit Manaus and Amazon Jungle, All the northeast coastline from Bahia through Nata and Pipa to Fortaleza and Jericoacoara.

October:-
Weather:- Weather warms up at South and Southeast and is the best month to visit Brazil

Best places to visit:- All the northeast coastline from Bahia through Nata and Pipa to Fortaleza and Jericoacoara. Also visit the Manaus and Amazon Jungle along with north coast of Sao Paulo and south coast of Rio.

November
Weather:-Weather warms up and along with the month of October it is the best month to fly Brazil.

Best places to visit:-Coastline of northeast from Bahia through Natal and Pipa to Fortaleza and Jericoacoara. Also plan a visit to Manaus, Amazon Jungle, north coast of Sao Paulo and south coast of Rio

December
Weather:- It is a month of Christmas and New Year which is the most expensive of all the year.

Places to visit:- Coastline of northeast from Bahia through Natal and Pipa to Fortaleza and Jericoacoara. Beaches of Río Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina (Florianópolis) and Paraná (Ilha do Mel).

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