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When to go to Brazil

Brazil has a warm tropical climate, with a variety of weather patterns, so can be visited all year around.
 
The hot summer months (October to March) are peak season in Rio de Janeiro, with the Carnival taking place 40 days before Easter (ie February or March) when prices rise significantly. However as these months can be very hot and humid, many people prefer to visit during the cooler months (April to July). It rains in Rio during August and September.
 
The best time to visit the Pantanal is from May to October (the dry season), when water levels are lower and animals congregate around the shrinking lagoons. Jaguar sightings are best at this time of year.
 
The Amazon rainforests are hot, wet and humid all year round. If taking a river cruise, the high water season is from December to May and the low water season is from June to November.
 
Salvador, Recife and the northeast coast have warm tropical weather all year round. Their rainy season from April to July, but usually only in the form of afternoon showers which quickly pass.
 
2by2 Holidays are Brazil specialists so please do email or ring us on 01582 766122 for holiday advice on when to go to Brazil.
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