Salvador is the capital of Baya state (it is the most African province in Brazil) and it is one of the greatest cities of the country. Here there is an international airport, hotels and resorts which are up to the highest world standards. The architecture of this city is a mixture of ‘colonial” style and modern style, nice narrow streets with bright multicolored buildings which are slightly passing into wide avenues of some business regions with modern buildings. On the white sand beaches of Baya, which are approximately one thousand two hundred kilometers there is a big variety of first class quality hotels, which are offering a big spectrum for satisfying all of the guest’s needs.
The Iguassu falls (in translation from Indian mean “great water”); those falls are situated on the border of three countries such as Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Iguassu River starts not far away from the Atlantic Ocean’s coast of Brazil, closer to the south of San Paulo, and flows deep into the continent, to the western direction, and its distance is approximately one thousand three hundred twenty kilometers. The rivers width near the falls is approximately four kilometers, and upon all this width water falls from a great rock which has the form of a semi moon. The number of falls here is two hundred seventy five, and all of them represent a very picturesque view. In some of them water from seventy meters height falls into a hollow, others are being divided into a variety of smaller waterfalls. The noise from the falling water can be heard many and many kilometers away from it.
Amazon is a mysterious region which is widespread on the approximately thirty percent of Brazil’s territory. Amazon is called “the lungs” of the planet, as almost fifty percent of world’s oxygen is being produced in Amazon rainforests. Only thirty percent of local area has been researched by the scientists, the rest still stays uncovered; twenty five percent of world’s pharmaceutical medicines are being gathered from Amazon rainforest’s plants; here live about one thousand eight hundred of different species of birds (it is approximately in eight times more than in the whole Europe); here you can meet approximately two hundred fifty mammal kinds and more than one thousand five hundred of different kinds of fishes, a lot of them haven’t been classified till nowadays. In this region live about two hundred of Indian tribes, and a majority of them are not in contact with “civilization” at all. In the river Amazon and it flows it is contained about twenty percent of the world’s fresh water.
Here a person can take a part in piranha fishing, to go on a steamboat to Riu Negru or Paruma, to take part in hunting alligators, to spend a few days or hours on the island of the river’s delta or in the deep forest, to take part in learning the technique of survival in selva from local people, to ride a motorized canoe on the different corners of the river, to visit the unique archipelago Anavilianas or to get familiar with the local customs and traditions.