As a hub for outdoor sporting thrills, Rio lives up to its nickname, Cidade Maravilha (Marvelous City).
It’s a finer art than just choking a dude out. Although hailing from Japan, the Brazilian variety of jiu-jitsu has become its own technique.
Peter Stark shares his amazing experiences living abroad in Brazil and traveling in South America for a year.
Located on the south side of Kauai, this two-mile stretch of coast is accessible only by a brain-rattling two-mile dirt road or a three-mile hike that passes by Hawaii’s biggest sinkhole cave—both of...
On New Year’s Eve, more than 2 million of Rio de Janeiro’s residents dress in pure white and flock to Copacabana Beach to pay homage to Yemanjá, the patron deity of fisherman and shipwreck survivors.
Need to dig your toes in the sand? Check out these Brazilian hot spots.
Caiman Ecological Refuge Lodge, Pantanal, Brazil.
Topic of Q&A – Travel Advice
Expat conservationist John Cain Carter, a former elite Army soldier who did a tour in Iraq, is anything but typical. Same goes for his plan, which calls on ranchers to preserve Brazil's wild...