South Africa – Places you must visit

One of the most popular blog posts on which I get most questions and comments in it is the post about Cape Town. As this was the first post I wrote I decided to write a little bit more about this beautiful city and also about other great places in South Africa. If you’ve never…

Well Beyond the Travel nominated for Liebster Award

This week I have great news! Well Beyond the Travel was nominated for the Liebster Award 2016! I’m so happy to receive this award!!! First of all I would like to thank Cecile from Nomadic Hippie 2.0 for nominating me among many other amazing blogs. As I’m relatively new in this blogging world I was surprised…

Amazon Rainforest – What to see and to do

We arrived at the second post of the series about Amazon rainforest. To access the two posts, click the links below: Amazon Rainforest – Tips and General Information Amazon Rainforest – What to see and to do The Amazon represents over half of the rainforests remaining on the planet and has the greatest biodiversity in…

Amazon Rainforest – Tips and General Information

The Amazon rainforest is one of the Brazil’s postcards, much visited by foreigners, but still little known by Brazilians. The lungs of the world is one of the most unique places and only in Brazil you will have the opportunity to see a place like this. To avoid too long post, we will share information…

Pantanal – What to see and to do

Pantanal is a biome consisting of a flooded savannah in the most part, with 250 square kilometers in length, average elevation of 100 meters and located in southern Mato Grosso State and northwestern Mato Grosso do Sul State in Brazil, as part of Paraguay and Bolivia. It is a UNESCO World Natural Heritage. This is…

Bonito – What to see and to do

After tips and general information about Bonito it’s time to talk about the tourist attractions there.   To access the posts from the series about Bonito, click the links below: Bonito – Tips and General Information Bonito – What to see and to do   There are many tourist attractions that Bonito offers and for…

Bonito – Tips and General Information

Today our blog will talk about Bonito (Mato Grosso do Sul – Brazil), a place extensively explored by Brazilians, but still poorly explored by foreigners. As it is too much information I will write about Bonito em two posts. To read them, click in the links below: Bonito – Tips and General Information Bonito –…

Salvador – Attractions, Beaches and Landscapes

After tips and general information about Salvador, it’s time to talk about attractions you must see in the city. To access posts of this series, click the link below. Salvador – Tips and General Information Salvador – Attractions, Beaches and Landscapes Salvador is a charming town, with several colors and “axé” that appeals all types…

Salvador – Tips and General information

After the long series of posts about Rio de Janeiro it is time to change the destination and land in another beautiful city in the Brazilian coast: Salvador in Bahia. For sure this is the city where we find the greatest mixture of races, creeds and cultures of Brazil, which resulted in a very cheerful…

Rio de Janeiro – Nightlife and Parties

Ending the series about Rio de Janeiro is time to talk about the night life and the parties of the city. As you know this is the sixth post in the series of six which talk about the Wonderful City. To access the previous five posts click on the links below: Rio de Janeiro –…

Rio de Janeiro – Downtown

After the most famous sights and the most stunning beaches it’s time to talk about attractions from Rio downtown. These are the most charming attractions that keep the entire history of Rio from empire time. As you know this is the fifth post in the series of six which talks everything about the Wonderful City….

Rio de Janeiro – Parks and Landscapes

The Olympics Games are in progress and I am sure that the whole world is impressed with the beauty of Rio de Janeiro. Who never ever visited this beautiful city now is planning the next trip to meet it. As you know this is the fourth post in the series of six that talks about…