The American media conglomerate US News & World Report named Brazil the best adventure tourism destination in the world. The country outperformed 78 ranked countries such as New Zealand, Australia and Costa Rica.
Italy, Spain, Greece and Thailand round out the top five adventure travel destinations in the world.
The prominence highlights Brazil’s potential in a post-pandemic scenario and makes the country an ideal destination for adventure tourism.
US News & World Report showed that Brazil scored over 80 out of 100 in categories such as weather, scenery and entertainment. Among the indices analyzed in the international report, the agility index assessed the dynamism of nations, and the country ranked 24th. In terms of cultural influence, the nation scored the highest and ranked 13th.
Tourism in Brazil is becoming increasingly diversified in terms of travel opportunities. The coronavirus has brought several challenges to the tourism sector, so adapting to new normals has been necessary to reduce losses and make sense of the post-pandemic world. With the promotion of vaccination against covid-19 and a decrease in cases of infection with this disease, the scenario is positive for the sector.
Adventure tourism is becoming more and more popular all over the world. Brazil has many opportunities for adventure and travel at the same time. Jalapán in Tocantins, for example, offers breathtaking scenery, trails, waterfalls, natural pools, dunes, lookouts, hills, rivers and extreme sports for all tastes.
Another travel tip is the Capitoline Canyons in the state of Minas Gerais, which have reopened to the public with new rules. The place guarantees special records and a unique view to visitors.
Top 10 Best Adventure Travel Destinations in the World
- Brazil; 2. Italy; 3. Spain;4. Greece;5. Thailand;6. Mexico;7. New Zealand;8. Australia;9. Portugal and in 10. Costa Rica
Election of the FBHA Board of Directors
The Brazilian Federation of Accommodation and Catering (FBHA) on May 13 at the headquarters of the National Confederation of Commerce (CNC) in Brasilia is promoting the election of a new board that will lead the organization from 2022 to 2026. The FBHA represents 68 employers’ unions across the country in the food production and out-of-home sectors.
Alexander Sampaio will be re-elected President of the FBHA.
Alexandre Sampaio, current president of the FBHA, is running for re-election on the same ticket. The Vice Presidents of the ticket are: Graco Terceiro Neto Parente Miranda, 1st Vice President; and Paulo Rogerio Tadros, Second Vice President. The list also has Anaiad de Assis López and Giovane Giesler as directors, and José Darcilio Cortés Junqueira Reis and Amaro Gadben as treasurers. The inauguration of the new line-up will take place on June 23.
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Minas Gerais has established itself as a frequent search destination on the Internet. On April 11 and 17, several mining towns remained on the Google platform. Belo Horizonte, São Juan del Rey, Tiradentes, Ouro Preto, Poços de Caldas, Monte Verde and Monte Sian shared people’s attention in polls about “places to travel in Minas- Gerais”. Ouro Preto recorded a 900% increase in searches in the days leading up to Holy Week.
And on the Minas Gerais Portal, Secult’s tool for promoting tourism and cultural activities in the state, the record of searches for Minas Gerais destinations was widely available. In the “events” tab of the page, 147,191 searches for cities in the state of Minas Gerais were recorded from April 10 to April 18. The 30 most visited municipalities include the cities of Montezuma, Cerro, Catas Altas, Santana dos Montes, Capitolio, Santo António do Leyte, Belo Vale and Muriae. https://minasgerais.com.br/pt
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