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Brazil is one of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the world. From sandy beaches to vibrant cities and soaring mountains, this country has a lot to offer visitors of all ages. The beaches here are some of the best in the world and there are also many opportunities for outdoor activities. A trip to Brazil can be perfect for a family vacation as well as an opportunity for adults to reconnect with nature while having fun with their children.

Get up early and see the sunrise.

This is a great activity for all ages, but especially for kids who like to watch the sunrise and the animals. The best time to go is about an hour or two before the sun comes up and it’s dark enough that you can see everything clearly.

Man obseving the sunrise at Serra dos Órgãos National ParK in Brazil

There are many places in Brazil where you can do this: from your balcony (if you’re by the ocean) to your local park, or even on a boat tour around some of our beautiful islands! The important thing is that there is no clouds overhead which means no rain as well!

If they don’t want to wake up early then encourage them by telling them how fun it will be! Be prepared with snacks and drinks so they’ll have something delicious when they get hungry too. If it’s raining though…you may need another plan B because there won’t be any sunrises today 🙁

Go for a hike in the jungle.

Brazil is a great place to go hiking, but there are a few things you should know before you head out into the jungle. First, there are many types of jungles in Brazil. The Amazon rainforest is one of them: it’s in northeastern Brazil and contains over 10% of all plant and animal species on Earth. There are also tropical dry forests, like those found along the coast near Rio de Janeiro; these forests have tall trees but lack very much rainfall because of their proximity to the sea and high temperatures year-round. Regardless of what type of forest you choose for your hike (or if you don’t want to hike at all), be sure that your guide knows where he or she is taking you–and make sure they’re licensed!

Finally: go early in the morning or late afternoon for best results when it comes time for sunrise or sunset photos (respectively).

Family of hikers with backpacks climbing mountain against river during trip

Build sand castles on the beach.

One of the best things to do with kids in Brazil is to build sand castles. It’s an easy and fun activity that you can do alone or with your children, and it also provides an opportunity for bonding and passing the time. You’ll need to bring along a bucket or two, but if you’re on the beach, chances are there will be plenty of sand available.

You can build anything from a simple castle to a ship or pyramid; just use your imagination! If you lack inspiration, look around at what other people have built and try to come up with something even better than theirs!

Take a walk through the rainforest.

  • Take a walk through the rainforest.
  • The Amazon is one of the best places in Brazil to see wildlife, especially birds and monkeys. It’s also great for spotting butterflies and exotic plants.

Do some scuba diving or snorkelling.

  • Scuba diving and snorkelling are popular activities in Brazil.
  • Scuba diving is a great way to see the marine life in Brazil, especially since there are so many tropical locations for it.
  • If you’re not ready to dive, snorkelling is also an option. It’s a great activity for kids and adults alike! You can rent equipment from tour operators or dive shops around town if you don’t want to buy it yourself.
  • If you’re feeling adventurous, learn how to scuba dive! Many companies offer introductory courses that teach basic skills like breathing underwater with oxygen tanks and swimming through the water with a safety gear on your back (a dry suit).

Cool off with a swim in the sea.

happy boy swimming in fishing boat

The Brazilian sea is the perfect place for a swim. There’s nothing quite like wading in the water at sunset and watching the sun go down. You might even see dolphins playing in the waves!

If you’re not up for swimming in the ocean just yet, check out one of Brazil’s many pools or rivers. Your kids will love splashing around with their friends—and you’ll get some peace while they’re busy having fun! If they’re still too young to swim on their own, don’t worry: there are plenty of places where it’s safe to take a dip without worrying about sharks or sea snakes lurking below (not that there are any).

Stay in a hotel that has a family-friendly pool or options for kids’ activities. If possible, try to find a hotel that is located right on the beach.

If you’re going to Brazil with kids, try and book a hotel that has a family-friendly pool. If possible, try to find a hotel that is located right on the beach. Beach hotels are great for families because they usually offer things like babysitters and activities for children of all ages.

Also, if you’re traveling with younger children and want them to have someplace safe to play as well as get some exercise without having to worry about traffic or other dangers in the city, consider staying at one of our resorts near Copacabana or Ipanema beaches where there are plenty of opportunities for swimming in clean water while enjoying the sunshine!

Watch the sunset over the water.

The sunset is a beautiful time of day, and one that shouldn’t be missed. It’s also the perfect opportunity to take some great pictures, watch the wildlife, or just relax on the beach and listen to the waves rolling in.

Brazil is an awesome place to take children! They’ll love it here!

Brazil is an awesome place to take children! They’ll love it here. Brazil is a developing country, so you can expect the infrastructure to be poor and the water to be unsafe. This makes it easy for you, as a parent, to keep an eye on your child at all times without worrying about anything going wrong. Also, since most people in Brazil don’t speak English, your child will feel special because they are bilingual (or trilingual if they start speaking Spanish).

The beaches are beautiful and there’s plenty of sand for building castles or burying their younger siblings in. There are also lots of animals around like monkeys and sloths which will give them something interesting to look at while they wait their turn in line at one of those weird-smelling restaurants with limited hours where everyone wears white uniforms but no gloves or masks or other protective gear whatsoever because these places don’t care about sanitation standards (or maybe just don’t know any better).

Brazil also has some great landmarks: Christ The Redeemer statue (which was built by hand using local materials like rocks); Sugarloaf Mountain (a giant cone shaped mountain made entirely out sugar); Corcovado Mountain (home base for Christ The Redeemer); Pão de Açúcar (“Sugarloaf” in Portuguese) – a huge rock shaped like a loaf cake which tastes much better than anything you’d find back home!


The best part about taking kids on a trip is that they can be your guides. They’ll show you the best places to visit, what foods to try and how much fun it is to explore new places with them by your side!