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Brazil features some of the most varied and unspoiled landscapes in the world. The wetlands of the Pantanal and the Amazon, the vast tracts of the Brazilian rainforest, the beautiful and deserted beaches of the northeast coast and the mountains and caves of the Serra do Mar are home to a diversity of wildlife that is breathtaking.
The Bradt Guide to Brazil is a fully revised edition originally published as Backcountry Brazil and is the only guide specifically written for the ecotourist. Based on a number of "gateway" cities, while deliberately steering the traveler clear of the country's urban sprawl, it concentrates on the wonders of Brazil's natural history and the Afro-Brazilian culture which is fast being eroded by the march of progress.
"If you are planning a more in-depth visit with an ecological bias, this book is invaluable." The Sunday Telegraph in its review of Backcountry Brazil.ISBN: 9781898323594
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