Incredible natural attractions, spontaneity that transforms everything into party and hospitality, world-famous iconic monuments - all that makes the city of Rio de Janeiro an unforgettable and unique destination.
With 450 year of history, Rio boasts fascinating treasures in its museums with enviable collection. The land of carnival and samba, and of several theaters, music venues, commercial and gastronomic locations open during the whole year.
But it is the combination of the geography of the area – the sea, mountains and forests – along with the human presence that makes Rio de Janeiro a unique city. Extraordinary sceneries surround many places in the city. It was the first city in the world to be considered UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Besides the most famous attractions, like Christ the Redeemer, the art deco statue of Jesus Christ and the Sugarloaf Mountain, the city has also many nature, adventure, religious, historic and cultural tours, such as the Botanical, visitations to the Metropolitan Cathedral and to the Museum of Modern Art, visit the Maracanã stadium and the sambadrome, paddle in the Guanabara bay, and the possibility of taking off from Pedra Bonita’s ramp and flying over the city.
At Tijuca National Park, the world’s largest urban forest, with the trails gives the opportunity to explore the vast nature that is near the city. The park, besides preserving the remaining Atlantic Forest, protects springs and basins of rivers like Carioca and Maracanã, which supply part of the city.
All this and much more makes Rio de Janeiro the Marvelous City and one of the nicest cities of Latin America and the world.
Arrival in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Check in at hotel. Accommodation.
We start the day with a complete and delicious buffet breakfast. Half day tour to visit the corcovado and the statue of Christ the Redeemer, the Sugarloaf Mountain, the Olympic Boulevard, a sensory tour through the Tijuca forest, visit the historic center, among others options. Accommodation.
We start the day with a complete and delicious buffet breakfast. Free day to enjoy the city on your own or enjoy it with some other optional tour , discovering the behind the scenes of the Carioca carnival, visiting some of the museums and cultural centers of the city, the botanic garden , among other options. Check out.
Rio de Janeiro is a city that can be visited all year. Unlike other regions of Brazil, it does not have excessively rainy seasons.
The months of December to April are the hottest months and where the greatest amount of rainfall is recorded. At this time, Rio de Janeiro dresses on vacation to receive its unique events such as the new year or the carnival. From the end of March until July we have the most pleasant temperatures, and the quietest places with which it is one of the best times to visit the city. The months of July, August, September are a few months where we continue with a warm and pleasant temperature, especially for cultural visits, knowing other facets of the city and enjoying a beach with fewer people and quieter.
Finally, the months of October, November and December are also recommended to visit the city since the days begin to get longer allowing you to enjoy the city more.
Yes, during the months of December and January there is the proyect Beach for all - Praia para todos. The project works on weekends between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM and has volunteers, amphibious chairs and everything needed to enjoy the beach. Access is free.
The city has some adapted attractions and designed tours so that people with disabilities can enjoy it. Some examples are the project beach for all that although it does not work all year round, provide accessibility for people who want to enjoy the beach and the sea with accessibility and comfort. Another example is the adapted trails in the Tijuca forest as well as museums and the main touristics points of the city.
Mots of the city sidewalks are made of small cobblestones that, although wheelchair users can go through it, is not the most comfortable, also, they are not flat in several cases and with defective ramps. For people with visual impairment, the city does not have adapted traffic lights and adapted paths are not throughout the city.
In any case, that does not prevent people with disabilities from taking advantage of, enjoying and knowing this wonderful city since we indicate the best ways to move within the city with autonomy and safety.
At least 3 nights in Rio are advisable but there are many things to visit and get to know, a varied cultural agenda and events throughout the year with which a stay between 5 or 7 nights depending on interest is recommended.
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Accessible tour with english speaking guide and adaptive vehicle.
The hotel is located in front of the sea. There is accessibility around the hotel with a descent ramp and pedestrian path near the hotel that allows you to cross the street and reach Copacabana sidewalk safely.
The hotel has very good accessibility with accessible bathrooms in the Lobby. Access to the hotel is flat and without steps. The hotel has very good accessibility with accessible bathrooms in the Lobby. Also, the rooftop is accessible. The pool is not accessible due to 5/6 steps stair.
Tour are made in Adapted Chevrolet Spin with Manual Ramp. Maximum capacity for 2 passengers with hand luggage. We have availability of other adapted vehicles.
On the tour to Christ the Redeemer, to climb to the top, it is necessary to use escalators. Therefore, this tour is not recommended for people with motorized wheelchairs or who cannot / want to ride escalators. The Corcovado Train has accessibility and an accessible bathroom at the boarding station.
Tour to Sugar loaf has very good accessibility, with accessible ramps and toilets.