The history of Rio de Janeiro was dated back to the Portuguese first rule in the region when they arrived on the soil of Guarabara on January 1st, 1502. The name of the city, Rio de Janeiro means River of January and the city is famous for its natural setting, samba bossa nova, and Balneario beaches. Some of the city's most visited places include Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, Corcovado, Tijuca National Park, Maracana, Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, Escadaria Selaron, and several others. During the warm summer months, Rio de Janeiro becomes a hub for different watersport activities. There is endless kayaking and canoeing in Rio de Janeiro. Grab your oars and put all your effort into rowing with your travel group. There’ll be some professional help to get you through. Rio de Janeiro is also home to canoe and kayak rentals.
If you are in the city to explore its beautiful coast, you can opt for a boat and cruise tour in Rio de Janeiro. The boat and cruise tour takes you away from the busy city streets and lets you observe all the landmass at once. Rio de Janeiro is considerably large and you’ll spend a great amount of time exploring the region around it. It’s possible to spot some of the best attractions in the city from the comfort of your luxury fishing boat. Sunset tours in Rio de Janeiro are also designed to give tourists a unique view of the region. Enjoy exploring under the shade of the receding evening sun. By the time you are done with this tour, the buzzing city nightlife has taken over. Dolphin and whale watching in Rio de Janeiro take you up close and personal with marine life.
Experience Rio de Janeiro’s stunning coastline – lined with mountains, rainforests, beaches and islands – on this 4-hour canoe tour in Guanabara Bay! With an experienced guide, see the city skyline and admire the sights surrounding Sugar Loaf Mountain from the water as you paddle to different spots, including Fora Beach, where you’ll take...Read more