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  • From São Paulo: Santos and Guarujá Private Full-Day Tour

    1. From São Paulo: Santos and Guarujá Private Full-Day Tour

    Following pick-up from your hotel in São Paulo, journey to the coastal cities of Santos and Guarujá, approximately 80 kilometers from the capital. Relax in air-conditioned comfort on the 1-hour drive through expansive sections of the Atlantic Forest, and then discover the largest maritime port in Latin America upon arrival at Santos. Marvel at the countless shipping containers and cargo vessels in the Port of Santos, where thousands of immigrants arrived in Brazil at the end of the 19th century to work on the great coffee plantations. Get to know the main tourist attractions of the city, both in the historic city center and on the edges of the city. Learn how coffee production influenced the local way of life and customs, and hear more about the important historical figures of the area who affected not only the state of São Paulo but the country as a whole. Then, take the ferry to Guar...

    The day trip with Renato was an amazing experience. He was very professional and knowledgeable. He patiently showed me around parts of the country I would have never managed to enjoy or discover on my own. Most importantly it did not feel like a history lesson, but he communicated an engaging story connecting the past and the present. Everything was simply perfect and tailored around my interests and curiosities.

  • São Paulo: Rural Coffee Farm Tour with Breakfast and Lunch

    2. São Paulo: Rural Coffee Farm Tour with Breakfast and Lunch

    If you only have a short time in São Paulo and want to venture off the beaten track, this private full day-tour of a coffee farm is a perfect choice. Get to know the rural charms of Brazil in a farm located in Itu, 1 hour and 20 minutes away from the center of São Paulo. Upon arrival, a flavorful full breakfast at the farmhouse will fill you up and get you ready for a packed day of exploring. After breakfast, learn how the farm has changed character over the years.  Next, head inside the main farmhouse to discover the original features, such as roof tiles molded on the thighs of black slave women. Then take an informative tour to learn all about the process of harvesting and roasting coffee beans, and all the work involved in the production of coffee. Visit the coffee warehouse, coffee machines, former slave quarters. Meet with local farmers and hear about the important role that coff...

  • Santos: 7-hour Complete City Tour

    3. Santos: 7-hour Complete City Tour

    Discover the wonders of Santos on a 7-hour city tour. There is plenty to see, do, and explore in the city, which is famous for its beaches, tropical climate, and wide variety of tourist attractions. Meet your friendly bilingual guide for the day at either Santos Seaport or the Municipal Aquarium, then set out onto the vibrant streets of Santos for the tour expedition. Start the tour with an exploration of Porchat Island, then enjoy a 45-minute visit to the colorful Botanical Gardens. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, take an hour for lunch in Santos before heading to the popular Monte Serrat. Throughout the journey, listen to your guide share fascinating stories and insight into each of the landmarks, as well as Santos’ history, culture, and traditions. After an hour at Mount Serrat, enjoy a quick visit to the iconic Pelé Museum and the Shrine of St. Anthony of Valongo. From ...

    it was a very fun and interesting tour and we had a great guide Marie she was very friendly and very informative.

  • From São Paulo: São Roque Wine Route and Shopping Tour

    4. From São Paulo: São Roque Wine Route and Shopping Tour

    After pickup from your hotel in São Paulo, drive to São Roque to start your tour along the famous wine route. This route consists of the Wine Road, Venâncios Road, and the Quintino de Lima Highway. There are more than 30 establishments along the route, including wineries, restaurants, farms, and entertainment centers. The production of wine in São Roque dates back to the 17th century, when the first Portuguese immigrants became interested in the climate of the region. They invested in the production of the first vineyards, which were later taken over by Italian immigrants. On your tour you will visit 4 different wineries, with a tasting at each one. The wineries visited will be the Terra do Vinho Winery, Canguera Winery, Goes Winery, and the Quinta do Olivardo Winery and Vineyards. Along the way, a stop will be made at a typical local restaurant where you can buy lunch. Along with the ...

  • Santos & Guarujá: Private Speedboat Tour with Food & Drinks

    5. Santos & Guarujá: Private Speedboat Tour with Food & Drinks

    Spend a relaxing day swimming, sailing and having fun in the sun on a private boat tour just off the coast of the cities of Santos and Guarujá. Start with a pickup from your hotel in Santos. Head to the marina, where the boat will be docked in Santos. Once onboard, meet your guide and crew who will look after you throughout the day, and set sail for your day of adventure. Sit back and relax or get up and dance to the music playing on the boat while enjoying unparalleled views of the Santos coastline. As you sail, tuck into a delicious selection of drinks, sandwiches, and snacks, and for groups of more than 14 people, enjoy a Brazilian barbecue onboard. Along your way, stop at the marvellous secluded beaches of Sangava, Cheira Limão — a breathtaking 30-meter strip of clear soft sand and gentle waves, ideal for sea bathing — and Goes where you can relax, have drinks, swim, and explore w...

  • Campos do Jordão: Full-Day Private Tour from São Paulo

    6. Campos do Jordão: Full-Day Private Tour from São Paulo

    Head out with your tour guide in a private vehicle on a road trip to the city of Campos do Jordão, located approximately 2.5 hours from the city of São Paulo. During this 9-hour excursion you’ll visit the Valley of Paraíba, passing through impressive landscapes while driving up the Mantiqueira Ridge on the way to Campos. The Mantiqueira Ridge is one of the highest mountain ranges in Brazil making the scenery along the way a breathtaking sight. When you arrive in Campos do Jordão, you’ll immediately feel the European influence in the architecture. Known as the Brazilian Switzerland, Campos is one of the most popular destinations during the Brazilian winter. It attracts thousands of visitors for its climate, good food and the traditional Classical Music Festival which takes place during July and August. During the day, you’ll get to visit attractions such as Morro do Elefante, accessibl...

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The day trip with Renato was an amazing experience. He was very professional and knowledgeable. He patiently showed me around parts of the country I would have never managed to enjoy or discover on my own. Most importantly it did not feel like a history lesson, but he communicated an engaging story connecting the past and the present. Everything was simply perfect and tailored around my interests and curiosities.

it was a very fun and interesting tour and we had a great guide Marie she was very friendly and very informative.