The nature in Brazil is among the many things that add on to the charm of the Latin American country. A total of 60% of the rainforests on Earth are located there. Brazil is hope and dreams, fun and culture. There, kids play football on the streets dreaming to practice the sport professionally in stadiums when they grow up. The annual Carnival in Rio de Janeiro brings people from all over the world together to celebrate culture, colours and music. From the tiny streets in the small neighbourhoods where locals help one another to the Corcovado Mountain where visitors gather to see the 30m high statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has beauty unlike any other place out there.
In a world where it’s easy to define a country by its political and economic status, Brazil is a ray of sunshine, adding value to the world map because of how diverse it is. If you haven’t had the chance to visit it yet and get familiar with the locals’ culture, read some of our articles about it. We hope to get you inspired to book a plane ticket and explore the country from the little town streets to the large city squares.
NOMADSofORIGIN is an independent annual publication with a focus on sustainable travelling and global cultural values. Each issue features interviews, engaging articles and photo guides, which take our nomadic readers through different destinations and introduce them to local people's perspectives.
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