Climate Brazil

Brazil is soccer, is Rio de Janeiro and samba. The South American country fascinates with its joie de vivre, which can perhaps be explained by the prevailing tropical to subtropical climate.

São Paulo, often referred to as "Sampa" by locals, is the largest city in Brazil and serves as the bustling cultural, financial, and economic hub of the country. Boasting a rich blend of ethnicities and cultures, São Paulo is a city that never sleeps, offering a plethora of activities and sites for residents and travelers alike.
Rio de Janeiro, often simply referred to as Rio, is a vibrant city located in southeastern Brazil. It's famous for its Carnival festival, Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, and the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue atop Mount Corcovado.
Salvador has a pleasant tropical climate all year round and is therefore worth a trip at any time of the year. The particularly attractive summer months with a very low chance of rain are December to February.
Brasilia, the remarkable capital city of Brazil, is renowned for its unique modernist architecture and strategic urban planning. Nestled in the central plateau, this city offers a blend of political significance and cultural richness.

The climate year of Brazil

When you think of Brazil, you usually think of hot samba rhythms and a fantastic soccer World Cup. The country is the fifth largest on earth not only because of its population, but also in terms of area - almost half of the entire South American continent is occupied by Brazil. Accordingly, climatic conditions also differ depending on the region, with tropical to subtropical climates predominating. Both the north and the east are tropical, with only slight temperature differences during the year. In the south, however, it is much cooler due to the temperate subtropical climate, and temperatures also fluctuate greatly. The climate of the Amazon basin, on the other hand, is determined by the rainforest: Temperatures are constant at around 28 to 30 °C and humidity is extremely high. It is also very humid in the Pantanal, which regularly receives large amounts of rainfall. The coastal regions are usually very hot, but also quite dry. On the other hand, winds blow constantly.

General information about Brazil

In such a large country, there are of course numerous sights that should not be missed. Among them is of course the second largest city in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, with the Sugar Loaf Mountain and its world famous landmark Cristo Redentor. Here is also probably the most famous beach in the world, the Copacabana. Also worth a trip is the Amazon Basin, which got its name from the Amazon, the river with the most water on earth. Here are various rainforests, which provide an ideal habitat for countless rare and still unknown animals and plants. Near the Argentine border are the breathtaking Iguazú Waterfalls. This natural spectacle offers about 20 large and 255 smaller waterfalls on an area of 2.7 kilometers in diameter. One of the most beautiful Brazilian regions is the Lençois Maranhenses, the most water-rich desert on earth.

Tourism Brazil

The optimal times to travel to Brazil depend on the intended destination. The rainy season in the Amazon region falls roughly in the months of December to May, also on the northeastern coast (Maranhão, Bahia) the months between mid-December to July are rather rainy. Especially in the Amazon region there is a lot of heavy rainfall, although a visit during the rainy season can be advantageous. After all, the rain provides a little cooling in the extremely hot rainforest. The best months for a trip to the Amazon are June to October, while the coastal areas in the north are most beautiful between July and December. The south coast with Rio de Janeiro, on the other hand, tends to recommend the period between May to September. Also December to February are well suitable, however, the Brazilian school children have then vacations and accordingly expensive are the tourist offers. If you are planning a trip to Brazil, you should bear in mind that the Brazilian summer is in the winter months, which is the opposite of the European summer.