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Brazil Farm Tour

Welcome to the bread basket of South America - swift contenders for partners to feed the world! Brazil is booming! Brazil is the world’s largest producer of sugarcane and coffee and a net exporter of cocoa, soybeans, orange juice, tobacco, forest products, and of her tropical fruits and nuts. Livestock production is important in many parts of the country, with rapid growth in the poultry, pork, and milk industries reflecting changes in consumer tastes.

Notice: Travel to Brazil requires a visa. The visa is valid for 10 years and costs ca. $250.
Immunizations: Check with your local health professional and / or

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Arrive to Atlanta by 6pm. Depart Atlanta direct to Brasilia, the country’s capital city. Meals: Meals on flight

Sun, Nov 17 BRASILIA
Arrival to Brasilia. Clear customs and meet your specialist bi-lingual tour manager and professional motorcoach driver. Short city tour of Brazil’s capital city. It was built in 1960 and is a planned city. The layout resembles a large airplane. Welcome lunch. Hotel check in for refreshment. For those interested, travel outside of the city for a grain farm visit. Dinner at hotel and time for introductions.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Flight to Cuiaba. Cuiaba 3 hours ahead of Central Standard Time. Cuiaba is the capital of the state Mato Grosso. Mato Grosso is the “wild west” of Brazil where most farmland has been established in the past 15 years. Meaning “thick bushes”, the first settlers prospected for gold. The state is rich in natural resources and touts three very unique ecosystems: cerrado (tropical savanna), pantanal (largest wetlands habitat in the world) and Amazon rainforest. Meeting this morning with the Brazilian soybean association. Learn about Brazil’s agricultural past and future reflecting on its successes and contemplating future challenges. Lunch included. Visit to beef cattle farm outside of Cuiaba. Discover the most popular breed of South American cattle, Nelore. Nelore is one of the lines used to develop the Brahman breed in the US. Nelore cattle are praised for their hardiness. Their loose, light colored skin helps them survive the harsh sun and dampness of the tropical and sub-tropical climates. The thickness of their skin protects them from many pests. They are known to calve easily. Continue to Chapada dos Guimaraes. Dinner. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Tues, Nov 19 CAMPO VERDE
Option for ladies to stay at hotel this morning. Depart to Campo Verde. Tour a grain elevator. Brazilian agriculture cooperatives are responsible for 37% of the GDP ag production in the country. This shows how important the cooperative’s role is to the small to medium scale farmer where they have also been important in the areas of research and development for its memebers. Lunch. Return to Chapada dos Guimaraes for a visit to the National Park. See majestic waterfalls spilling out of impressive sandstone cliff formations, bizarre eroded rock formations, tropical birds in flight, rich vegetation and other wildlife. Also take the opportunity to stand on the geographical center of South America. It is said that Roosevelt stood on this place, during his South American expedition, and continued northwards into the Amazon to discover the river. Dinner.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Option for ladies to stay at hotel today. Visit to cotton farm. Introduced in 1997 due to development of new varieties, cotton now accounts for approx. 1 million acres in the state. After lunch, visit a poultry farm and a dairy farm. Livestock farms are thriving in Mato Grosso due to available land, cheaper labor, readily available feedsources, mild climate and growing infrastructure. Return to Chapada for overnight. Dinner.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Travel to the Pantanal with a grain farm visit en route. Our last look at Mato Grosso’s pioneer farmers with a visit to a diversified farm to see the integration of soybeans, cotton, livestock, fish, forestry and other conservation efforts. Lunch. Continue to Pantanal, a World Heritage recognized ecosystem housing the largest wetlands area of the world. Check into lodge for two night stay. Lodge is simple accommodation with private bathrooms. Dinner at lodge. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Depart this morning to a fazenda, a farm situated in the famous Pantanal ecosystem. Technical visit of farm including soybean and livestock production. Lunch. This afternoon choose from a variety of activities at the farm, hiking through the wetlands systems, horseback riding (additional cost), safari jeep ride through the wetlands and much more. Dinner at the lodge. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Sat, Nov 23 CUIABA
After breakfast and morning activities, transfer to Cuiaba. En route, we will visit an agribusiness or farm. Lunch.Free afternoon in Cuiaba for shopping or relaxing. Typical Brazilian Barbecue Dinner. Overnight Cuiaba.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Early morning flight to Rio with connection. Arrival Rio and enjoy lunch and a short city tour. Transfer to hotel near Copacabana beach. Churascaria dinner.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, check out of hotel. City tour – see Old Rio with its historic buildings and bustling streets. Take a cog railway up to Christ the Redeemer Statue – one of the most majestic spots of the city, 2,330 feet above sea level and providing a sweeping panoramic view of sea and mountain, a world famous vista. The mountain is crowned with the statue of Christ, 98 feet high with a 26 foot pedestal. Farewell Lunch. Late afternoon transfer to airport. Board plane for home.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Meals on plane

Tues, Nov 26 ARRIVE HOME
Arrival Atlanta. Please book connecting flight at least after 9am to allow time to pass through customs. Trump Tours is happy to provide a quote for add on air from your desired gateway.
Meals: On Plane


Roundtrip airfare Atlanta – add on airfare available, please call.
 10 days / 8 nights in superior tourist class accommodations
 23 Meals: 8 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches, 8 Dinners
 Transportation provided in luxury air-conditioned motorcoach
 Sightseeing and technical visits as outlined in itinerary
 Services of full time professional tour manager with agricultural background
 All taxes and fees.

Not included in price are museum entrances, tour manager and driver tips, passport fees, visa fees (ca. $250), public transportation, personal items, beverages at meals, travel insurance.
All prices based on current airfare, fuel prices and exchange rates. Itinerary subject to change. Based in minimum 15 registrants.