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Cachaça National Day

Today, 13 September, we celebrate the Cachaça National Day in Brazil. This is the liquor used to prepare our famous caipirinhas. It is so good it became one of the brazilian symbols. The most traditional caipirinha is made with lime, but there are more unique ones, prepared with other fruits. When in Brazil, ask for the one with lime and passion fruit, delicious! 
Check out the program we suggest for a perfect experience with cachaça: 

http://delbianco.com.br/index.php/cachaca-tour

 

Jericoacoara New Airport

Jericoacoara, or just Jeri, it is a small village set amongst giant sand dunes on the North coast of Brazil. With summer time all year round and a reliable sea breeze, it is a real escape from the trappings of civilization. Although very rustic, Jeri counts with many great options of restaurants, bars, shops and all types of accommodations.
To arrive there, tourists had to fly to Fortaleza airport and then take a road transfer of 5 hours. Now, the village counts with a nearby airport, the Comandante Ariston Pessoa (JJD), located approximately 30km away. The airlines GOL and AZUL are operating regular flights from Sao Paulo, Campinas and Recife cities.
It became much easier to arrive at this paradisiacal destination!

 

Blue Note Jazz Club in Rio


Blue Note Jazz Club has just arrived in Rio!
It is the most exclusive Jazz Club in the world, with its very intimate atmosphere. Created in New York, in 1981, it is a cultural heritage of the Big Apple.
Music excellence, throughout its 4 decades of existence has received legends of Jazz and Blues, such as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and BB King, not to mention the big names that came out from the audience directly to the stage for historical jams, such as Sting, Keith Richards, Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles.
The Blue Note of Rio is located at the Lagoa area, inside the Lagoon complex. Check out their website with the calendar of great presentations.

https://bluenoterio.com.br/

Whale watching season in Bahia!


The Bahian coast is world famous as a nesting ground for the humpback whale (megaptera novaeangliae). It is one of the most endangered species on the planet, the one-time population of 150,000 is now estimated to be 35,000.
From August to October, it is possible to observe this amazing animal at Praia do Forte village, near Salvador city. The tour is provided in conjunction with the Institute Baleia Jubarte, (the Brazilian Humpback Whale Institute).
Tours are daily, starting at 09:00 and returning at 15:00, made on a regular, comfortable schooner, with an experienced crew, bilingual guide and accompanying biologist.
Participants will enjoy this thrilling experience of whale watching!

 

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