One of the world's most captivating places, Brazil is a country of powdery white-sand beaches, verdant rainforests and wild, rhythm-filled metropolises. Brazil's attractions extend from frozen-in-time colonial towns to otherworldly landscapes of red-rock canyons, thundering waterfalls and coral-fringed tropical islands. Then there's Brazil's biodiversity: legendary in scope, its diverse ecosystems boast the greatest collection of plant and animal species found anywhere on earth. There are countless places where you can spot iconic species in Brazil, including toucans, scarlet macaws, howler monkeys, capybara, pink dolphins, sea turtles and thousands of other living species.
A Country of Dancing and Great Investment Opportunities
With a huge population and natural resources that would make any country proud, Brazil seems to be on every savvy investor’s mind nowadays. Still, this lovely country has a lot more to offer than meets the eye. The architecture, the location, and the friendliness of the locals — this all makes Brazil a top destination for the New Nordic Group.
Instead of thinking of this country as the land of carnivals and women, we ought to consider everything else it offers. It also has a wonderful cuisine, thriving cities, beautiful tourist attractions, and best of all, a powerful economy.
Tourism is becoming a major industry in Brazil. Tourism rates sky-rocketed from the year 2000 onwards as awareness of its multifaceted appeal rose. Brazil is the most visited country in the continent of South America today. The main natural attractions in Brazil are:
- The extensive beaches and bays that line the coast, such as Cumbuco, Futuro, Taiba, Canoa Quebrada and Jericoacoara
- The Amazon River
- The Amazon Jungle
- The many other rainforests of this tropical and subtropical region
- The many unique and fascinating plant and animal species in Brazil
When investing in New Nordic Group holiday resorts, investors buy a slice in two of the fastest growing industries in some of the most beautiful areas of the world, the real estate & the tourism industries.
The major cities, like Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, are the most visited places in Brazil, but often just for a few days. At the beaches in the Northeast and in the Amazon jungle and rivers, tourists tend to stay for at least a week and usually more.
The beaches are where Brazilians live their life. A big part of Brazilians life happens on the beach. Everyday life, sports, games, lunch and dinner, weddings, birthday parties, watersports, hiking, motorsports by Quad-runner, boogies, cars, horseback riding, meetings and much more.
Behind the beaches, you can find the extensive sand dunes so big that you get the feeling of driving through the Sahara desert.
Fortaleza and the picturesque coastal villages outside the city, such as Cumbuco, Futuro, Taiba, Canoa Quebrada and Jericoacoara are among the most popular tourist destinations in Brazil. The Pinto Martins International Airport has been expanded and facelifted several times over the last few years.
Fortaleza has one of the biggest water parks in the world and the highest free drop in a waterslide.
On top of that, it is worth mentioning that Brazil is a country with low cost of living.
Most experts think Brazilian tourism, both domestic and foreign, until now has just scraped the surface. Brazil has a lot to offer, from one of the world’s most beautiful cities of Rio de Janeiro, to the rivers and deep rainforests of The Amazon. From the world’s largest waterfall of Foz de Iguazu, to the world’s most beautiful beaches in Fortaleza on the North-eastern coast. We can also mention historic buildings, many different cultures, fantastic culinary variety, pulsating nightlife, and so much more…