From the Amazon River and rainforest to the Iguassu Falls there are numerous eco-options for travel in Brazil. Fernando de Noronha is one of the most beautiful places to watch a sunset. The islands are protected and snorkelers and divers find this archipelago a cornucopia of sea life. A visit to the wetlands at Patanal is another exciting eco-adventure. Tour guides take visitors through the swamps on horseback and along wooden walkways. Everyone is careful not to disturb the natural beauty of the area.

Fernando de Noronha Island Brazil

Perhaps the most popular eco-tour is a canoe trip up the Amazon River. Lasting from 1 to 4 days these trips are led by experienced guides who teach visitors about the importance of the rainforest. The Iguassu Falls are another beautiful experience. Walkways lead to the edge of the falls and jet boats carry visitors underneath the falls. With the abundance of nature it is no wonder that there are so many eco-tour packages to choose from in Brazil.