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Salvador to Rio Overview
Travel from Salvador to Rio on this awesome Overland adventure. Visit Chapada dos Veadeiros, Brasilia, Ouro Preto, Terra Ronca and so much more.
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Climb aboard an awesome Overland adventure through Brazil
Travel through the heart of Brazil, from the historic streets of Salvador to the sun-kissed beaches of Rio de Janeiro. Get acquainted with the variety of local fauna and flora, see spectacular landscapes and wander fascinating cities on this incredible adventure. Explore the dense Chapada dos Veadeiros NP, get adventurous in Barreiras, spend a night camping under a starry South American sky and be wowed by Brazil's futuristic capital as you travel in specially designed overland vehicles across this diverse country.
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A laidback city known as 'Brazil's capital of happiness', Salvador da Bahia's streets are full of colour, its air full of music and people full of smiles.
With table-top mountains, lush valleys, dramatic monoliths, bubbling rivers and striking caves, Chapada Diamantina National Park is a true gem of Brazil.
Terra Ronca is a state park that has a large number of incredible caves and grottoes, formed by erosion caused by rain and the Lapa River. Cavalcante is a small town located on the edge of the Chapado dos Veadeiros National Park. It has excellent hiking trails and gorgeous scenery.
Estimated to be a paltry 1.8 billion years old, the Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park sparkles with crystals, rains with waterfalls and abounds in rare and amazing animals.
Brasilia was planned and built in the 1950s as the country's new capital and is a marvel of design and architecture, lauded the world over.
Set up camp in the lush Brazilian countryside and enjoy a night under the stars.
Built during Brazil's gold rush in the late 17th century, Ouro Preto's wealth produced a cultural city filled with spectacular Baroque architecture.
Abundant in natural beauty, Teresopolis borders the Serra dos Orgaos National Park and is famed for its outdoor adventures and challenging mountain peaks.
Bigger than life and beautiful to boot, Rio de Janeiro sits resplendent among mountains, rainforest and sea, and emits an energy that is irresistible to everyone who visits.
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