The Best Photography in Brazil

Looking for the best photography in Brazil? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Brazil. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top photography spots in and near Brazil

  • Nova Redenção, Brazil

    Swim in the Blue Well/Poco Azul

    5.0
    Sitting at the bottom of a sinkhole under an unassuming  (but delicious) restaurant, this wondrous cave sets the record for the clearest blue cave in Brazil.With an easy stairway hike down into the cave, this unbelievable adventure is family-friendly and full of photo ops. As a part of the neighb...
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  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Morro Dois Irmãos (Two Brothers Mountain)

    5.0
    1 mi / 1748.7 ft gain
    To get to the trailhead for Dois Irmãos (pronounced "doyz-ir-MOUSH" in the local carioca accent), you will need to first pass through the Vidigal favela. This favela is considered pacified, and the people are generally friendly and helpful! However, it may be unwise to attempt this hike outside o...
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  • Bonito, Brazil

    Explore Bonito in Brazil

    5.0
    There is a place on earth which, when I describe it, you might think it’s a mere collage from a fairytale of old; a place where kaleidoscopic birds display aerobatic dances in a vast prehistoric sinkhole and cathedral sized caves have statues conceived so intricately by nature that you’ll experie...
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  • Viçosa, Brazil

    Cachoeira Serra de Dois Irmaos (Saw of Two Brothers Waterfall), Vicosa, Brazil

    6 mi / 100 ft gain
    The trail is a little difficult to find. Leave the city of Vicosa on Av. Dr. Evilasio Torres. That street turns to R. Sao Jose, and then Estrada Boa Sorte when you enter a small town. The road splits at the town. Take the left fork onto a dirt road. It's highly recommended that you either have a ...
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  • Maceió, Brazil

    Ponta Verde

    2 mi
    Ponta Verde is the most visited beach in Maceio. It's safe for tourists and great for photography, laying, out, swimming, or shopping. Not to mention the natural reef pools just a short boat ride off of the beach. Don't rent a car, parking is tough. Either use the bus, or get a taxi.
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