Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, so her astonishing array of attractions take some planning to combine in one trip. The Atlantic coastline covers some 7,500 kilometres and the southern areas of Florianopolis and Rio de Janeiro are hugely different to that of Salvador de Bahia or Ceara in the north. To the west, the vast wetland ecosystems of the Pantanal entice with their incredible density of wildlife and the steamy and atmospheric Amazon is the setting for some iconic explorations into the Latin American jungle. Many visitors will also want to include the fierce Iguassu Falls, which are located in the southwest corner of the country. Due to the distances involved we recommend some internal flights to enjoy the very different parks and attractions listed below.