Top 5 Natural Attractions of Brazil 

By priyanka


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Brazil is a beautiful country, full of natural wonders and also a great variety of scenery. From its wetlands to the rainforests, and mountains to waterfalls, Brazil makes a great vacation destination for families who enjoy exploring the outdoors.

Iguaçu Fall  One of the largest and most spectacular waterfalls in the world is the amazing Iguaçu Falls, situated on the border between Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this really is one of the world's greatest natural wonders, and if you have the chance to visit you should definitely do so.

2. Amazon Rainforest  When we think of the natural environment of Brazil it's often the Amazon Rainforest that comes to mind, and rightly so. The Amazon Rainforest is a vast area of land, over 2.1 million square miles, the majority of which is contained within the borders of Brazil.

It accounts for more than half of the world's remaining rainforest and an incredible number of species of plants, insects and wildlife. In fact, it's incredible to think this but new species are still being discovered frequently in the Amazon and there are still large areas of this jungle that remain unexplored.

3. The Pantanal  The Pantanal is another vast area, covering around 54,000 square miles in the west of Brazil.

 Like Iguazu, the Pantanal is shared with two other countries, Bolivia and Paraguay, though the majority of it is here in Brazil.

4. Chapada Diamantina National Park  The landscape within Chapada Diamantina National Park is very different to any of the above three natural wonders in Brazil, as it features mountains and valleys, with some areas rising to over 6,600 feet.

5. Fernando de Noronha  Situated 220 miles off the coast of Brazil, the archipelago of 21 islands called Fernando de Noronha is a beautiful and relatively untouched natural attraction, and this is yet another World Heritage Site.