Brazzil Joins Pearl Travel Guides to Bring You a Brazil You Haven’t Seen Before

Brazzil TravelBrazzil Travel is a new publication from the Brazzil group of sites. It has been developed in association with Pearl Travel Guides, “guides for responsible independent travelers who want to discover the real Brazil and enjoy authentic experiences.”

The site will feature a growing number of mini-guides to Brazilian destinations. Each will then be linked to a dedicated site like Recife Guide (www.recife.pearltravelguides.com).

These sites, developed and maintained by a growing number of local correspondents, will contain rich and deep information to help the tourist get the most out of their visit. Correspondents will also understand the needs and wishes of independent travelers.

Pearl Travel Guides will also contain details of themed tourist routes, tours and itineraries that are researched and developed by the publisher. Each will be delivered by tri-lingual guides who have been trained and accredited.

These guides will be employed by carefully selected local operators who are licensed by Pearl Travel Guides. The aim is to raise the standards of tours and ensure good quality experiences are delivered.

Each tour is also being developed according to sustainable tourism
guidelines that will ensure the benefits of tourism are retained by local people, and that local people, their culture and their traditions are all respected. The publisher also plans to try and revive interest and pride in local skills and traditions where interest may be fading.

The founder of Pearl Travel Guides, Paul Barnett, is a 43 year old British guy with strong Brazilian connections for many years. He has a background in marketing and sees massive potential for growth in the Brazilian tourism industry.

At the same time he is aware then tourism can bring good and bad changes. By creating the guides and tours he hopes to show, by example, that well managed tourism can, and should, produce lasting benefits to local people, especially those in the poorest areas.

He also aims to show that there is far more to Brazil than beaches and Carnaval, extending tourism to rural areas that are rich in culture and heritage.

These ideas, and this vision, are in-keeping with those of the founders of the Brazzil publications which also explore the real, authentic and alternative images of Brazil, rather than just the clichés and stereotypes that ignore the diversity and complexity of the nation that is Brazil.

Get inspiration for your visit to Brazil. Check out www.brazziltravel.com

Tags:

Ads

You May Also Like

World’s Largest Floating Tree Up in Rio for 14th Year

Once again the traditional inauguration of the largest floating Christmas tree in the world ...

Brazil South Has Already Exported US$ 12 Billion This Year

Brazilian businesses small and medium from the states of Rio Grande do Sul, Santa ...

All You Learned in School about Brazil Is Actually (Gasp!) True

I’ve been thinking about my Brazilian experience a lot lately because for two months I’ve ...

Brazil Boosts Formal Domestic Work Allowing Tax Deduction

In comments about the provisional measure (Medida Provisória, MP) that establishes incentives for the ...

Lula: Tree-Hugger He Isn’t

Is Lula becoming the nightmare of ecologists? In a visit to the Amazon, the ...

Rio Group: Snubbing Washington and Pampering Havana

It comes as no surprise that after decades of playing the role of hemispheric ...

Brazil: Global Forum on Education Condemns Conservatism and Private School

The World Education Forum which ended this Saturday, March 26, drew up a final ...

Good Financial News in Brazil Makes Stocks Soar

Latin American stocks gained ground, with Brazilian stocks posting some of the region’s biggest ...

Brazil Readies Fresh Troops for Haiti Mission

The fifth contingent of Brazilian soldiers to serve in the UN Stabilization Mission in ...

Brazilian Indians: Above Any Suspicion or Law

The Constitution of Brazil is extremely generous in all it says about indigenous rights. ...