Brazil Agriculture Tour to the Coopavel Show Rural

Coopavel Show Rural in Cascavel

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10 Days / 9 Nights

Coopavel Show Rural in Cascavel

See Brazil's largest agricultural show, the Coopavel "Show Rural" in Cascavel, tour Soybean Farms in Paraná, & travel through the Atlantic Rainforest to São Paulo & Rio de Janeiro. Brazil is an agricultural powerhouse. The fertile soil and temperate climate, especially in the state of Parana, allow many crops, including sugarcane, soybean, cocoa, and tropical fruits, to flourish. Livestock is another important part of Brazil agriculture production. Come and see the advanced processes in Brazil agriculture: visit the Coopavel "Show Rural" Agriculture fair in Cascavel, take a tour of soybean fields in Paraná, and then spend the night on a farm near the Soybean Capital of Brazil. Finish this Brazil Agriculture Tour with a visit to some of Brazil's most exciting destinations, including an Iguassu Falls tour, the Atlantic Rainforest by train, São Paulo city tour, and Rio de Janeiro city tour.

Please note: the Coopavel Agricultural Fair is usually held in the first or second week of February. Please contact us to confirm the departure date for this tour.

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This tour includes:

  • 9 nights in Brazil hotels
  • 5 dinners
  • 9 Brazilian buffet breakfasts
  • All transfers, tours, entrance fees, & flights within Brazil
  • English-speaking tour guides

Highlights:

  • Coopavel "Show Rural" Agricultural Fair in Cascavel
  • Soybean Fields of Paraná
  • Iguassu Falls Tour
  • Train Ride through the Atlantic Rainforest
  • São Paulo City Tour
  • Rio de Janeiro City Tour

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Argentine side of Iguazu Falls

Arrive in Iguassu Falls

Day 1

Begin the Brazil Agriculture tour when you arrive at the Foz do Iguaçu airport. Greet your guide and transfer to your hotel in Foz do Iguaçu near the spectacular Iguassu Falls. These waterfalls straddle the border between Argentina and Brazil and are one of the largest waterfalls on earth. Enjoy a free afternoon exploring the area, and then feast on a Brazilian dinner (included) after a relaxing swim in the pool.

Butterfly and Iguazu Falls

Iguassu Falls Tour

Day 2

Enjoy a full-day excursion to the Iguassu Falls, seeing this natural wonder from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides. Cross into Argentina for a walk above the falls, then take a boat ride to see them up close and feel the spray of the Cascades. Afterward, return to the Brazil side and walk along platforms to get a stunning view of the mighty Devil's Throat, the largest of the waterfalls at Iguassu. Spend the day wandering through the forests in the Brazilian or Argentine sides of the falls. Home to several species of butterflies, birds and other wildlife, the national parks offer several pleasant walking trails from which to study them. Return to Foz do Iguaçu in the evening.

Coopavel Farm Expedition

Arrive in Cascavel & Coopavel Show Rural Tour

Day 3

Head to Cascavel this morning, a hub of Brazil’s most efficient farming cooperatives. Famous for hosting the annual Coopaval Show Rural fair, it draws small-town subsistence farmers and large cooperatives alike. Crowds of farmers flock to the fair to learn about novel farming technologies. Spend the day absorbing new knowledge and return to Cascavel or nearby Toledo for the night.

Brazil Farm Field

Paraná Soybean Fields Tour & Farm Homestay

Day 4

Travel to the soybean region of Paraná. Stop at the rail station of Ferropar where soybeans and other agricultural products are shipped to the Port of Paranaguá. Learn how they are cultivated and then continue to Guarapuava, a popular area for soybean plantations. Spend the night here on a farm and enjoy the rustic atmosphere of the countryside.

Botanical garden in Curitiba

Arrive in Curitiba

Day 5

Continue seeing the rest of the rural region on Day 5. Travel through rolling landscapes of farmlands, subtropical forests and Araucária trees before arriving in Curitiba, named the best-organized city in South America. The capital of the state of Paraná, Curitiba has grown tenfold in the past twenty years, innovatively managing its substantial growth. The city is a melting pot of cultures, including Dutch, Polish, Arab, German, Ukrainian, Italian and Japanese influences. After checking into the Curitiba Hotel, sample this multicultural mix through the cuisine, and enjoy a delicious dinner which is included in the tour.

Train ride through the Atlantic Rainforest

Tour of the Opera House & Atlantic Rainforest Train Ride

Day 6

Today, enjoy a tour of Curitiba’s highlights including the Glass Opera House and verdant Botanical Gardens. Head down to the coast for a scenic stroll along the historic promenade of the Port of Paranaguá. Fill up on a tasty lunch and then board the historic railway train as it winds its way up to 1,200m above sea level through the Atlantic Rainforest Mountains before returning to Curitiba. Then relax at your hotel after an active day seeing the sights.

Aerial view of Sao Paulo Brazil City Skyscrapers

Arrive in São Paulo

Day 7

Fly to São Paulo and explore the largest city in Brazil. Take a guided tour of this colorful tourist destination including landmarks like the Paulista Avenue, Patio do Colégio, the Sé Cathedral, Liberdade Japanese district and the financial district.

Night view of Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro

Arrive in Rio de Janeiro

Day 8

Awake to a new day and board a plane to the “Marvelous City", Rio de Janeiro. Transfer to your hotel on Copacabana beach. Take advantage of a few spare hours to walk along the waterfront, do some shopping, swim at the beach or relax at the rooftop pool. Meet up with some travel companions to drink a toast to a wonderful first day in Rio at a rodizio, a Brazilian barbecue (included).

 

Rio de Janeiro Landscape Corcovado Mountain Sugarloaf Mountain

Rio de Janeiro Sugarloaf Tour

Day 9

The panoramic view from the top of the Sugarloaf Mountain is the highlight of today's sightseeing tour. Board a cable car to reach the summit and be rewarded with a 360º view of golden beaches, green forests and the thriving metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, a sight that has earned it the title of the world's most beautiful city.

Continue with a tour of Rio's historical past. Learn how Portugal's prince broke all family ties and declared himself Emperor of Brazil. Everything slows down in the afternoon heat and the Cariocas, as the locals call themselves, head for the beach. Feel free to join them and take a cool dip after a day of seeing the sights.

Close up of Christ the Redeemer

Rio de Janeiro Tour to Corcovado

Day 10

Finish your Brazil Agriculture Tour with a visit to Corcovado Mountain, where the Statue of Christ the Redeemer keeps an eye on Rio from an elevation of 710m. Board the trenzinho cogwheel railway up to the top of Corcovado Mountain for a bird's eye view of the center of the city. This evening, depart for home or your onward journey.


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10 Days / 9 Nights

Coopavel Show Rural in Cascavel

See Brazil's largest agricultural show, the Coopavel "Show Rural" in Cascavel, tour Soybean Farms in Paraná, & travel through the Atlantic Rainforest to São Paulo & Rio de Janeiro. Brazil is an agricultural powerhouse. The fertile soil and temperate climate, especially in the state of Parana, allow many crops, including sugarcane, soybean, cocoa, and tropical fruits, to flourish. Livestock is another important part of Brazil agriculture production. Come and see the advanced processes in Brazil agriculture: visit the Coopavel "Show Rural" Agriculture fair in Cascavel, take a tour of soybean fields in Paraná, and then spend the night on a farm near the Soybean Capital of Brazil. Finish this Brazil Agriculture Tour with a visit to some of Brazil's most exciting destinations, including an Iguassu Falls tour, the Atlantic Rainforest by train, São Paulo city tour, and Rio de Janeiro city tour.

Please note: the Coopavel Agricultural Fair is usually held in the first or second week of February. Please contact us to confirm the departure date for this tour.

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