"A must do!"
Rio is a city that cannot be seen on just one day. However for travelers with limited time we suggest to give an early morning to explore Brazil most important and famous icon, the Christ Redeemer.
3 out of 5 Brazilian icons are located in Rio de Janeiro, so just in case the morning weather is not so clear or travelers have a more flexible schedule we'll certainly cover more of our wonderful city!
***CUSTOMIZE - In case you are cruise passengers with luggage, please let me know and I will create a customized tour for you
This is a one day sightseeing visiting the most famous attraction of Rio preferably starting with our Christ Redeemer statue, Tijuca's forest, famous beaches , Lagoa and our beautiful Botanical garden.
Details on the program like stop for lunch or snacks or local souvenirs, visit to specific sights are subjected to time and each customer interest.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: we will meet you at your hotel lobby at a pre set time
End location: You will be dropped off at the location of your convenience
Duration: 8 hours
Minimum duration of a tour is 4 hours. We do not have maximum time. A full day is usually considered an 8 hour tour
Private transportation. For 2 to 3 people I drive my own car, a new GM spin (it's a spacious stationwagon). For larger groups I rent a bigger van with a driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
35 Dolar - Admissions cab be paid with credit cards. When clients authorize us to pre purchase them we need fully cash reimbursed.
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Valeria is a wonderful guide. She met us at the Rio airport on arrival, then she showed us Rio for 2 full days. Val took us to the key sights before they were crowded so we had a pleasant visit and got excellent pictures. She quickly learned our travel tastes and took us places we really enjoyed. Val made maximum use of our time. We saw much more and did much more than we could of on our own or in a larger group. We are an American couple in our 70's on our 1st Rio visit. Thank you Val!