Porto de Galinhas is often nominated as one of the most scenic beaches in Brazil, while the island of Fernando de Noronha is a sea turtle and spinner dolphin sanctuary with some of the best diving and surfing in Brazil.
With a little luck, you can spot jaguars, pink dolphins and giant otters at the Amazon rainforest, the world's largest and most biodiverse natural reserve.
Meanwhile, Oscar Niemeyer, widely considered one of the founders of modern architecture, completed the Museum of the Eye when he was 95 years old in the city of Curitiba, Parana's capital and an important cultural and economic hub.
In the south, as one of the centers of Italian immigration in the 19th century, Bento Goncalves has wineries, cantinas, boutique restaurants, craft shops, art studios and small cheese and other regional food production facilities scattered along the area's rural routes.
On the northeastern coast in Salvador, brightly colored buildings -- many with stucco facades -- line Pelourinho's photogenic streets, the colonial city where European, African and indigenous cultures have converged.
1.Mount Roraima 罗赖马山
Mount Roraima 罗赖马山
Mount Roraima straddles the border between Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela. Its rock formations, rivers and waterfalls are said to have inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's book, "The Lost World." More recently, Mount Roraima served as inspiration for a location in Disney/Pixar's "Up." The trip up Roraima can take seven to 10 days, but the return hike takes two and hikers are rewarded with waterfall baths along the way.
The popular dunes and beaches of CanoaQuebrada are a two-and-half-hour drive southeast of Fortaleza, the capital of Ceará state in northeastern Brazil. Many locals still work as fishermen on traditional "jangada" boats. A 30-minute ride in a wooden fishing raft costs around $5.
3. Iguazu Falls 伊瓜苏瀑布
Iguazu Falls 伊瓜苏瀑布
The Iguazu Falls are made up of more than 270 smaller individual waterfalls, most of which, including Devil's Throat, are on the Argentine side. From the tourist walkways on the Brazilian side, in Brazil's Iguazu National Park, you get fantastic, though not entirely spray-free, panoramic views.
4. Fortaleza 福塔雷萨
On the northeast coast of Brazil, the capital of Ceará state is well known for lobster and fresh seafood. Fortaleza's urban beaches are great for windsurfing and sailing.
5. Pelourinho 佩洛尼奥
Pelourinho is the historic center of the city of Salvador in Bahia state. Its photogenic streets feature brightly colored buildings, many with stucco facades. The colonial city is a convergence of European, African and indigenous cultures.