RIO DE JANEIRO | SAO PAULO
Encounter the pulsating energy of this fascinating nation with an XL Sports tour. The famous Maracana Stadium captures the dynamic nature of Brazilian sport, with its unique, carnival-like atmosphere sure to leave an impression. Experience authentic beach soccer amongst the sky, sea and sand at Copacabana. At sunset, admire the illuminated Christ the Redeemer, as it overlooks the Guanabara Bay. Discover Brazil with XL Sports Tours.
We had an amazing trip to Brazil with XL Travel. Their contacts are clearly the best in the business. We stayed at first class hotels, played in a 75,000 seater stadium against the best standard of opposition in the country, and watched one of the biggest games in the country live. They are a pleasure to work with.
- John Kerr, Duke University Men’s Soccer Coach
We like to give you a taste of what is possible on our tours. Below is an itinerary that previous customers have started with, then got creative and customized to exactly what they want. Feel free to do the same, customization comes as standard.
This isn't our a first time planning a tour, we've been doing it since 2002, so have a look at some of our highlights and the places we have visited on our previous tours.
Something that you really want to see or visit?
Customization comes as standard. We will tailor your trip around you.
"Say if you get back home, and someone says "you've seen Christ the Redeemer" and I go "yeah" and they say "what's it like?" I'd probably say it's like a big ornament. Like something me Auntie Nora would have next to the telly"
- Karl Pilkington
The most famous beach in the world...
Brazil is home to some of most famous beaches in the world including the 4km stretch of golden sands at the Copacabana beach. Relax on the beach or participate in one of the many impromptu games of beach volleyball or beach soccer beside the lapping waves and blue skies.
A Brazilian Icon...
...Overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro, Christ the Redeemer, towering 125 feet tall has become synonymous with Brazil and no visit to Rio is complete without making the trek to see it up close and personal.
A 'Room' With a View...
Ascend Sugar Loaf Mountain and enjoy panoramic views of the city below from the glass walled cable cars as you make your way up another icon of the Rio de Janeiro skyline. If you want to see the city then this is the way to do it!
A Bustling Metropolis...
Sao Paulo, the largest city in South America, makes New York City look small in comparison, with a population of nearly 20 million. Sky scrapers dominate the horizon and the city's expansive size provides a little something for everyone.