Luxury tourism to Brazil is back in focus with the news that Virgin Atlantic recently announced that they would launch daily flights on their Dreamliner fleet between London Heathrow and São Paulo in 2020. Of course, Brazil’s beaches and Rio de Janeiro are on the wish list of most international travellers, but there has been a distinct rise in demand recently for Brazil’s nature destinations such as the Pantanal and Amazon.
Everyone knows the legend of the Amazon, the world’s largest tropical rainforest, famed for its biodiversity and crisscrossed by thousands of rivers including the powerful Amazon itself. But few are aware that Brazil is also home to the planet’s largest wetland, the Pantanal region – with its own spectacular appeal, which for centuries has attracted attention of world-leading biologists and botanists.
Brazil is quite simply the country with the greatest and most fascinating biodiversity on earth. Its