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  • Awesome stay!

    "This was our first visit to South America and BA and staying for ten days is this cute little apartment with a fantastic balcony made our experience very memorable. Every morning we were staring our day with the breakfast on the balcony and we were finishing the long day day of city exploring with the glass of Mendoza wine! Location is perfect! Everything we were planing to visit was on a walking distance or short subway ride and we felt very safe walking around even at night Mario was very helpful and was always available to answer our questions. Day trip to Tiger Delta with "Delta Unplugged" is highly recommended if you have time for a little adventure! We are already talking about making a return trip since we love it so much! See you soon!"
    Guest: Vera Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 1, 2014
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  • Paradise

    "I'm a difficult individual to please but our rental in Taiba just a few short weeks ago was Paradise. The house was everything that was promised and the location on the beach was spectacular. Our family of 6 from different parts of the U.S. were not kite surfer or regular surfers but we know a nice beach when we see one, and this was it. Just being able to walk out the back of the house and access the water so easily was a special treat. We took many walks along the beach, swam continuously in the beautiful and warm water, and of course spent many an hour on the hammocks just napping or reading books. The town of Taiba was spectacular with so much charm. The owner said an old fishing village, undiscovered by most, and it was that indeed. No major tourist infrastructure here, but everything else that you could want. The restaurants were plentiful and varied from simple Barracas (huts on the beach), to better restaurants, to a couple of really nice ones (a small French expat population is in Taiba and you know the food is going to be good). Stores sold all of the basic things you might need, and you can buy your own fish in the Village square and cook back at the house. If you are looking for a relaxed vacation on the beach in a small, quaint, and interesting fishing village on the coast of Brazil, this is your spot! An hour and a quarter from Fortaleza by car and a whole different world."
    Guest: Philip H. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 27, 2014
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  • Nice place, friendly owners & staff

    "My boyfriend and I stayed here for 19 days. It's a really huge space for just 2 people! The owners & staff were very friendly, but the staff did not speak English and the owner wasn't always around (we didn't expect him to be), so communication was hard sometimes since we knew only a little Spanish. Sometimes we thought they said they were coming to clean on a certain day, but then they came a couple days later instead, so we weren't sure if that was a communication issue, or if they changed their plans without telling us. (Not a big deal though; they cleaned often enough.) The only minor complaints were that they didn't have screens in the windows, so bugs would get in if we wanted to open them to get some breeze. There is AC though. The kitchen had just about everything we could have wanted, but no measuring cups, except for cup with the rice cooker. The electricity went out 3 or 4 times while we were there, which also shut off the water. It usually came on again after a couple hours or less."
    Guest: Gina S. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 14, 2014
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  • Fabulous location in Buenos Aires

    "My husband and I stayed in the loft for 10 days and loved it. We wanted to experience BA as if we were Argentinians, not tourists in a generic hotel downtown and were not disappointed. Las Canitas is a wonderful and safe neighborhood with dozens of great restaurants. Staying in Las Canitas gave us an idea of what how the Argentinians love to enjoy life, but was also close to all the sights we wanted to see. Plus, the loft was removed from the noise, so we slept well. The loft has everything you could possibly need from pots and dishes, to Wifi, TV (English channels, too), etc. I would highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to experience the true BA."
    Guest: Ja Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 30, 2014
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Brazil Travel Tips

Best Seasons to Visit Brazil Vacation Rentals

Brazil is the largest country in South America. A large portion of it sits within the tropics and enjoys a warm year-round tropical climate. The southern parts are more temperate and can get quite cold in the wintertime. The summer months are from October through May, and winter runs from June through September, although Rio de Janeiro and the Amazon regions rarely get cold. If you are planning a visit to either of these areas, you can choose your own travel season. If you don’t like crowds, you will want to avoid Rio de Janeiro during carnival time which occurs in February each year. Millions of people from around the world flock during this time to see the colorful parades and experience the festive vibe. If you want to explore the southern regions, the best season to travel is during the warmer summer months. You can hire a car to get around and enjoy exploring this lesser-known side of Brazil at leisure.

Getting to Brazil Lodging

The primary airport in Brazil is Garoulos International Airport in Sao Paolo. Most international airlines use this as their point of entry into Brazil and for this reason, it is the busiest airport in South America. From here, you can get connecting flights on to Rio de Janeiro, Brazilia, Manaus and various other destinations in Brazil and South America. There are daily scheduled flights that bring visitors from Europe, North America, South Africa and other South American countries. Be prepared to walk quite a distance from the aircraft through passport control and baggage claim. If you plan to stay in Sao Paolo then arrange for a private transfer from the airport or negotiate a set fare with the taxi driver. Sao Paolo is a city that never sleeps and traffic on the highway getting into the city is congested 24 hours a day. If you take a metered taxi, you may find that you have paid more than you bargained for unless you negotiate ahead of time.

Comfortable Accommodation at Brazil Villas

One of the things that may strike you as you arrive in cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Sao Poalo is the vast number of high-rise buildings. These two cities are among the most populous in the world with the vast number of people living in high-rise buildings. Many of the vacation homes are conveniently located in major tourist areas so visitors have easy access to the attractions. Unless you rent a penthouse suite, the apartments are generally quite compact. They are still functional and comfortably furnished. In general, they can accommodate between two and four adults. For those that have larger budgets, you can consider renting a villa which offers a far more spacious accommodation. Villas are generally available in the smaller towns and seaside resorts.

Rio De Janeiro Vacation Rentals

Rio de Janeiro is one of Brazil’s most popular travel destinations. The world-famous Copacabana Beach, Sugarloaf Mountain and the impressive statue of Christ the Redeemer are all well-known landmarks of the city. Located on the Tropic of Capricorn, Rio enjoys a warm tropical climate. This is one of the reasons it is such a popular vacation destination. Visitors can enjoy the beaches and city sights throughout the entire year. The most popular time to visit Rio is in February when the world-famous Carnival and street parade take place. As with most major cities, accommodations can be expensive. Vacation rentals make sense for people who plan to visit for more than just a few days. They offer more affordable accommodation options.

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