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Three Stars of Brazil: Salvador da Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls

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Program #19244RJ
13 Days | 12 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Active
Love to learn in a small-group setting? This collection of programs has at most 10-24 participants.
See our Small Group programs.
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.
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Itinerary for Mar 12 — Mar 24, 2013

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Day One: Tuesday, March 12 - Overnight Flight to "Salvador da Bahia" - Brazil
Depart From: Depart from your Gateway city Overnight flight to "Salvador da Bahia" in Brazil

Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Comfortable, well-located, sea-front, with modern facilities, comfortable lounges.

Contact info:
Av. Oceanica, 2456
Salvador
Bahia, 40170-010 Brazil
phone: +55 71 2103 7100
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms, some with small balconies, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: Two restaurants, swimming-pool and ocean-view terraces. Lounge bar with music every night. Shopping arcade.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Two: Wednesday, March 13 - Arrival day - City of Salvador
Morning: Arrival to Salvador airport and transfer with the group to your Hotel

Lunch: After time at leisure for lunch, check-in to your room (usually 2:00 PM) . Some free time to unpack and rest.

Afternoon: This afternoon your local expert guide lecturer will introduce the City of Salvador during a guided orientation drive. Returning to the Hotel for a welcome and information meeting and formal introduction of fellow participants.

Dinner: Dinner and overnight at the Hotel in Salvador

Lodging: Bahia Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Comfortable, well-located, sea-front, with modern facilities, comfortable lounges.

Contact info:
Av. Oceanica, 2456
Salvador
Bahia, 40170-010 Brazil
phone: +55 71 2103 7100
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms, some with small balconies, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: Two restaurants, swimming-pool and ocean-view terraces. Lounge bar with music every night. Shopping arcade.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Three: Thursday, March 14 - -Lecture. -Folk Art Market at the Old Town
Breakfast: Breakfast at the Hotel Restaurant

Morning: Transfer to "Museo Rodin" for your morning lecture. After the lecture a guided visit to the permanent collection and any visiting exhibition that might be on show.

Lunch: Lunch at the Museum Rodin Restaurantl

Afternoon: This afternoon your expert guide lecturer will introduce "Mercado Modelo" a former slave marketplace, located by the old docks, on the lower town, it has been redeveloped into the Arts & Crafts market with some local food.

Dinner: Dinner on your own.

Lodging: Bahia Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Comfortable, well-located, sea-front, with modern facilities, comfortable lounges.

Contact info:
Av. Oceanica, 2456
Salvador
Bahia, 40170-010 Brazil
phone: +55 71 2103 7100
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms, some with small balconies, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: Two restaurants, swimming-pool and ocean-view terraces. Lounge bar with music every night. Shopping arcade.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Four: Friday, March 15 - -The old upper city "Pelourinho" area. -African H...
-The old upper city "Pelourinho" area. -African Heritage. -Children Music Project. -Ballet "Folclorico da Bahia".

Breakfast: Breakfast at the Hotel Restaurant

Morning: Depart mid-morning for an all day out in Salvador where your guide lecturer will explain the African Heritage, that came to Brazil with the African people brought by the Portuguese as slaves in the 16th Century/ Your guided lecture/visit will explore "Pelourinho" preservation area on the high town, visiting S. Francis Church. A special private presentation by the "Emilia Biancardi" children music project will introduce the work of this local well known artist and educator, with the opportunity for interaction with the participating children.

Lunch: Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: This afternoon your guide lecturer will lead a visit arranged to explore "Claudio Marcela" private African Art Collection, and the exhibition of its pieces displayed at "Casa de Bennin". Some time at leisure.

Dinner: Dinner tonight at a local restaurant by the water side, before theater tonight

Evening: Tonight attend a performance of "Ballet Folclorico da Bahia", presenting typical songs & dances at a local theatre.

Lodging: Bahia Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: We will stay at a modern very comfortable, purpose-built hotel, sea front, directly on Copacabana beach, in the south area of Rio.

Contact info:
Av. Atlantica, 3246
Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, 22070-001 Brazil
phone: +55 21 2106 1500
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned en-suite rooms, mostly with sea view, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: On the top floor(31st) there is a swimming pool, health club (at extra cost), sunbathing area, a bar and a panoramic restaurant, with 180 degrees view over Copacabana and the city. Air conditioned rooms with bathroom. Two Restaurants, Room Service, business center, elevators to all floors, internet facilities.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Five: Saturday, March 16 - -Explore Salvador. -"Costa Pinto" Private Slave...
-Explore Salvador. -"Costa Pinto" Private Slave Jewellery collection. -Fly down to Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast: Breakfast served at the hotel Restaurant

Morning: Morning at Leisure

Lunch: Lunch at the Hotel

Afternoon: Departing from the Hotel your guide lecturer will lead a visit to the private "Museu Costa Pinto" and introduce one of the most important collection of gold & silver jewellery made for slaves, as display of their masters wealth. You continue to the airport and check-in for flight to Rio de Janeiro.

Dinner: Free time at the airport to get an early dinner. A light snack will be served during your flight to Rio de Janeiro, between 6:00 -8:30 PM, and you will be arriving at the Hotel around 10:00 PM.

Lodging: Rio Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: We will stay at a modern very comfortable, purpose-built hotel, sea front, directly on Copacabana beach, in the south area of Rio.

Contact info:
Av. Atlantica, 3246
Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, 22070-001 Brazil
phone: +55 21 2106 1500
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned en-suite rooms, mostly with sea view, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: On the top floor(31st) there is a swimming pool, health club (at extra cost), sunbathing area, a bar and a panoramic restaurant, with 180 degrees view over Copacabana and the city. Air conditioned rooms with bathroom. Two Restaurants, Room Service, business center, elevators to all floors, internet facilities.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Six: Sunday, March 17 - -Join locals promenading in Copacabana beach. -S...
-Join locals promenading in Copacabana beach. -Sugar Loaf Mountain by Cable car.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the Hotel Restaurant

Morning: After breakfast, time at leisure for you to join locals on their Sunday leisure stroll along the Copacabana beach promenade, a four kilometer long pavement landscape, designed by Roberto Burle Marx, influenced by old Portuguese pavements. Every Sunday, the lanes closest to the beach are closed to motor vehicles and local residents use the opportunity to ride bikes, roller skates and walk along the ocean front, or just seat on one of the many "kiosks" refreshment bars to enjoy a cool drink. You also have an opportunity to take a longer walk to the local arts & crafts Sunday street market in Ipanema beach (next to Copacabana.)

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Your local expert guide lecturer will introduce you to one of the most emblematic landmarks of Rio de Janeiro known as : "Cidade Maravilhosa"( the wonderful city). Traveling by two cable cars, first to “Morro da Urca” (Urca’s Hill) then on to Sugar loaf mountain top, with the city and the shore line at your feet.

Dinner: Explore some of the local restaurants tonight at leisure.

Evening: You may explore the evening street market set up on the beach pavement in front of your hotel

Lodging: Rio Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: We will stay at a modern very comfortable, purpose-built hotel, sea front, directly on Copacabana beach, in the south area of Rio.

Contact info:
Av. Atlantica, 3246
Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, 22070-001 Brazil
phone: +55 21 2106 1500
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned en-suite rooms, mostly with sea view, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: On the top floor(31st) there is a swimming pool, health club (at extra cost), sunbathing area, a bar and a panoramic restaurant, with 180 degrees view over Copacabana and the city. Air conditioned rooms with bathroom. Two Restaurants, Room Service, business center, elevators to all floors, internet facilities.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Seven: Monday, March 18 - -Lecture:-. -Up to "Corcovado" mountain top. -...
-Lecture:-. -Up to "Corcovado" mountain top. -Life in Brazil Q&A session.

Breakfast: Breakfast served at the hotel restaurant

Morning: Lead by our local expert guided lecturer you will visit the statue of Christ Redeemer, symbol of the city of Rio de Janeiro. It is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. This iconic landmark inaugurated on October 12, 1931. Standing 38 meters high, 710 meters above sea level on top of Corcovado Hill, the "Christ the Redeemer" is the image of the carioca people, faith and sympathy. We ride to the top on the clog railroad through Rio tropical forest to the four escalators and panoramic elevators leading to the the viewing platform around the foot of the statue.

Lunch: Lunch at "Colombo" a traditional city restaurant

Afternoon: Guided by your guide lecturer you will drive to Niteroi to see "Caminho Niemeyer", a collection of new civic buildings designed by the famous architect being built along the sea front of Niteroi across Guanabara Bay as well as the futuristic Museum of Modern art, with stunning views of Rio. Take the ferryboat to cross the bay. Take a guided walk around the old town of Rio introducing its architecture.

Dinner: Dinner tonight -Walk to a local restaurant with a large variety of salads & grilled meat and fish

Evening: Lecture at the Hotel: Our expert lecturer will discuss : "Rio de Janeiro from Colonial capital to one of the most important cities in South America today”

Lodging: Rio Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: We will stay at a modern very comfortable, purpose-built hotel, sea front, directly on Copacabana beach, in the south area of Rio.

Contact info:
Av. Atlantica, 3246
Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, 22070-001 Brazil
phone: +55 21 2106 1500
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned en-suite rooms, mostly with sea view, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: On the top floor(31st) there is a swimming pool, health club (at extra cost), sunbathing area, a bar and a panoramic restaurant, with 180 degrees view over Copacabana and the city. Air conditioned rooms with bathroom. Two Restaurants, Room Service, business center, elevators to all floors, internet facilities.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Eight: Tuesday, March 19 - -Royal Botanical Gardens. -Carmem Miranda Museum...
-Royal Botanical Gardens. -Carmem Miranda Museum. -An evening of Brazilian Music & dance.

Breakfast: Breakfast served at the hotel restaurant

Morning: This morning lead by your guide lecturer, a field visit will introduce the “Royal Botanical Gardens" of Rio de Janeiro founded in 1808 by the King of Portugal D. Joao VI to acclimatize spice plants. The Royal Botanic Gardens is one of the oldest in South America.. World famous for its variety of species from around the globe, its Imperial palm trees planted by the King. Einstein and Queen Elisabeth II of England are just two from a list of more recent famous visitors.

Lunch: Lunch at a traditional restaurant - Churrascaria" - B B Q place

Afternoon: This afternoon your guide lecturer will introduce a tiny Museum dedicated to the "Brazilian bombshell" Carmem Miranda, who took America and the world by storm in the 40's. Return to the hotel and the remainder of afternoon at leisure to rest before the "night out"

Dinner: Tonight's Dinner will be at "Rio Scenarium" a popular evening venue where locals come to enjoy traditional Brazilian music and spontaneous dances. Three floors full of a variety of antiques as a shop during the day, it is transformed into a music place serving typical food during the night. It will be a memorable evening.

Lodging: Rio Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: We will stay at a modern very comfortable, purpose-built hotel, sea front, directly on Copacabana beach, in the south area of Rio.

Contact info:
Av. Atlantica, 3246
Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, 22070-001 Brazil
phone: +55 21 2106 1500
web: www.hoteis-othon.com.br

Room amenities: Air conditioned en-suite rooms, mostly with sea view, cable TV, direct dialing, mini-bar, hair-drier, and basic toiletries.

Facility amenities: On the top floor(31st) there is a swimming pool, health club (at extra cost), sunbathing area, a bar and a panoramic restaurant, with 180 degrees view over Copacabana and the city. Air conditioned rooms with bathroom. Two Restaurants, Room Service, business center, elevators to all floors, internet facilities.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Nine: Wednesday, March 20 - -Rio Old City center. -Oscar Niemeyer buildings ...
-Rio Old City center. -Oscar Niemeyer buildings in Niteroi. -National History Museum.

Breakfast: Breakfast served at the hotel restaurant

Morning: Morning free to explore on your own

Lunch: Free time for lunch on your own

Afternoon: This afternoon your guide lecturer will introduce National History Museum and a drive around town.

Dinner: Explore some of the local restaurants on your own.

Evening: Life in Brazil- An evening talk about Brazil way of life, followed by Q&A session and discussion on current issues of the country's economy, politics and the challenges of daily life in Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.

Lodging: Rio Othon Palace Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Extensive Landscaped gardens, woodland & lake with Nature trail. Hotel all on ground floor.

Contact info:
Rodovia das Cataratas, KM 17
Foz do Iguassu- 85853-000, Brazil
phone: +55 45 3521 8088
web: www.hotelsanmartin.com.br

Room amenities: En suite bathroom, a/c, direct dialling telephone, safe deposit, cable TV, hairdryer.

Facility amenities: Reception, Restaurant, coffee shop/bar, 24/7 room service, hairdresser, Sauna, massages, swimming pool, playground, tennis & soccer, games room, lounge area and amenities shop

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Check out time: 12:00 PM

Day Ten: Thursday, March 21 - -Fly to Iguassu Falls. -Lecture:-.
Breakfast: Breakfast served at the hotel restaurant

Morning: After and early breakfast checkout of your room and transfer to Rio de Janeiro airport. Check-in to fly to Iguassu.

Lunch: Snacks will be served during your flight from Rio de Janeiro. Arriving mid afternoon at the hotel, after check in, a light snack will be served on the terrace.

Afternoon: Some time at leisure to settle down, unpack and relax. late afternoon Lecture at the Hotel: “Iguassu National Park: Biodiversity and Conservation A discussion on the gigantic resources of the Parana River basin, its biodiversity, wildlife, impact on the economy of the three countries, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

Dinner: Buffet dinner at the Hotel

Lodging: San Martin - Hotel & Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Extensive Landscaped gardens, woodland & lake with Nature trail. Hotel all on ground floor.

Contact info:
Rodovia das Cataratas, KM 17
Foz do Iguassu- 85853-000, Brazil
phone: +55 45 3521 8088
web: www.hotelsanmartin.com.br

Room amenities: En suite bathroom, a/c, direct dialling telephone, safe deposit, cable TV, hairdryer.

Facility amenities: Reception, Restaurant, coffee shop/bar, 24/7 room service, hairdresser, Sauna, massages, swimming pool, playground, tennis & soccer, games room, lounge area and amenities shop

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Check out time: 12:00 PM

Day Eleven: Friday, March 22 - -Iguassu National Park. -The great Falls. -Macu...
-Iguassu National Park. -The great Falls. -Macuco Forest & River Safari.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the Hotel restaurant.

Morning: This morning introduces "Iguassu National Park" where your expert local guide lecturer will take you for a guided drive on an electric vehicle through "Macuco Safari" forest introducing the local flora and fauna. Take a short walk to the riverside bank where you will board a zodiac boat for a ride along the Parana river (the 7th largest river in the world) right under some of the waterfalls. You continue your introduction to the National Park of Iguassu, with your local expert guide enjoying a walk along the top of the river gorge observing the many falls(over 200) leading to the Main horseshoe shaped, the most impressive of them.

Lunch: Free time at the top of the falls leisure complex, where you can enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants and cafeteria overlooking the Falls, explore on your own.

Afternoon: Afternoon at leisure. You may choose to stay longer and explore the National Park on your own, or to return to the hotel and enjoy its extensive gardens or relax on its resort facilities.

Dinner: Dinner at the Hotel

Lodging: San Martin - Hotel & Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Day Twelve: Saturday, March 23 - -"Parque das Aves" The Bird Park. -Return flight...
Breakfast: Breakfast served at the Hotel restaurant.

Morning: This morning walk to "Bird Park" where one of their expert resident ornithologist do a brief presentation of their preservation work before your expert guide lead the guided field trip presenting the many species of endemic and other birds, at the Bird Park reservation holding over a 1000 birds from 150 different species. Return to Hotel for your last packing before checking out of your room.

Lunch: Lunch at the Hotel, followed by checkout of your room.

Afternoon: Time at leisure to relax before your afternoon transfer to airport and check-in to your return flights

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch


Free Time Opportunities


Rio De Janeiro
Centro Cultural Banco Do BrasilThe Bank of Brazil Cultural Center has two theaters, a library, art galleries and a full program of cultural activities. The center is situated in downtown Rio in a beautiful neoclassical (1888) building, which served as the headquarters of the bank for almost a century.
Museum of the Republic - Palace of CateteThe palace was the seat of the republican government between 1897 and 1960, when the capital was transferred to Brasilia. The neoclassical granite and marble palace was home to 18 presidents and witnessed many important decisions that changed the history of Brazil, such as joining the World War II Allied Forces and the suicide of President Vargas, who, along with Peron, were the most popular dictators of the 1940s in South America. Today, the palace houses a museum and cultural center, book shop, bar and open-air restaurant, set in beautiful gardens.
For additional information, visit: www44.bb.com.br/appbb/portal/bb/ctr2/rj/index.jsp

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