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Liveaboard and Diving tour in Indonesia

Why it’s named ‘The Wonderful City’ is absolutely undeniable.

Rio has the best of all worlds; vivid nature, ocean, lush forests and a vibrant city.

Between Pedra da Gávea and Pedra Bonita

On the  long road between São Conrado and Pedra Bonita, there are tens of scenic stops that allow you to take in the breathtaking views and appreciate just how majestic the two hills are.

Cristo Redentor

Corcovado mountain with the Cristo Redentor, on an autumn afternoon. View from Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas.


One of the small secluded beaches located in the Área de Proteção Ambiental Pedra Branca, near Grumari.

Ponta do Leme / Pão de Açúcar

From the Sugarloaf Mountain (Pão de Açúcar), you can see over part of the south side of the city. The green hills stretching into the Atlantic is Ponta do Leme, revealing Copacabana beach behind it.

Parque da Cidade - Niterói

One of the best views of Rio de Janeiro can be seen from Niterói’s Parque da Cidade, where dozens of people gather daily to applaud the sunset.

Dois Irmãos - Two Brothers

Dois Irmãos peaks at sundown. Taken from Ipanema Beach.

Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon

Taken from the side from Sacopã, overviewing the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon. Calm waters reflect the lights coming from Gávea and the Favela.

Cristo Redentor

Rio de Janeiro has a microclimate of it’s own. In this picture as dusk creeps in and temperatures drop, condensation begins to form at the top of Corcovado Mountain.