Brazil is the largest country in Latin America, home to some of the greatest natural wonders in the world and simply overflowing with culture. It’s long been on travellers lists while exploring South America and draws people from all over the world looking to party the night away at the famous Rio Carnival, witness the breathtaking Iguazu Falls or delve into the heart of nature in the Amazon Jungle.
While Rio de Janeiro remains popular with adventure travellers after a vibrant culture and stunning beaches, the rest of the country should definitely not be forgotten. Along the coast of Northern Brazil, ranging from the states of Maranhao to Ceara, are an abundance of unique and off the beaten track locations that offer travellers something a little unexpected. Below are our top five places to visit in Northern Brazil.
Lençóis Maranhenses National Park
Sweeping dunes for as far as the eye