Oba! Outra Razao para Viajar pro Brasil (Another Reason to Travel to Brazil)


Bill Hinchberger is owner of Brazilmax.com. The site lives up to its monicker as "the Hip Guide to Brazil." What also continues to impress me is Bill's committment, consistent with the Brazilian Tourism Agency Embratur's policy, to promote inclusion in travel and hospitality.

Samba Imperatriz

For some reason southern Brazil's Gaucho territory is making it into the news often recently with items of interest to travelers with disabilities. How about dancing along with this Escola de Samba (Samba School) during carnival this year? Here's some disability pride in action!

Read Bill Hinchberger's travel planning guide here.

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