Can you enjoy solo female travel in Brazil without worrying about your safety? This Brazil travel guide is also for all genders so read on and see why I travel Brazil solo!
Traveling to Sao Paulo Brazil solo: is it safe? I have been to Sao Paulo many times and on one of those occasions, I spent 3 full months in Sao Paulo! This is going to be a long story so buckle up and read about my experiences in one of the Internet’s “most dangerous cities in the world.”
These things to do in Rio de Janeiro are super local and based on my personal experiences traveling this city three times. I’ve collected a few that aren’t tourist attractions – from samba jams to spots where you won’t see tourists. Hope you enjoy my city!
I’ve had three different trips and experiences on being a Rio de Janeiro digital nomad. My first DN journey in Brazil started in 2014 and with time, everything improves! I will try my best to share with you everything you need to know about remote work in the most marvelous city in the world!
The Christ the Redeemer is the most famous icon of Rio de Janeiro. I visited this twice and here’s everything you need to know in visiting Christ the Redeemer including tours, COVID rules, and many more!
Is Rio de Janeiro solo travel safe? I traveled here four times on my own and I consider Rio (and Brazil in general) for solo travelers with intermediate skills. Here are my experiences and local tips!
I’m back in Brazil! Flying from Mexico, I didn’t realize there were a few Brazil travel requirements I had to complete and in this article, I will explain everything you need to know to prepare for your travel.
When I first entered Brazil in 2013, I didn’t have a yellow fever vaccine certificate. I was scared they won’t allow me in but to my surprise, they told me I can get the yellow fever vaccine in Brazil for free! Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it without paying for it.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_message style=”square” message_box_color=”green” icon_fontawesome=”fas fa-envelope-open”]Reader Mail: Hi Trisha, I saw your blog about Brazil. I am planning to go there on my own in November for a month… To be …
[vc_row][vc_column][us_message]Editor’s Note: This happened in 2014 when the writer, Trisha, was staying in Rio de Janeiro. This article does not imply that these events are relevant to today’s position of …
I successfully conquered the Bolivia Brazil border crossing for 4 days! It was definitely tiring but it was all worth it. Here’s how I did on (on a day-by-day basis).
The day Rio de Janeiro told me “everything happens for a reason” is bullsh*t and real at the same time
Note: Names in this article was changed/not mentioned for various reasons. They are, however, truly residing in my heart and I will never forget how they helped shape the person I …