Hire a Private Jet Charter to Brazil
The largest country in South America comes with quite the reputation. Colour, glamour, music and food – Brazil is a destination packed with character.
Where will your private jet charter land first? You could head to Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia or Sao Paulo or any of the smaller cities, all welcoming commercial and private flights.
Why not start down south in Rio de Janeiro, famous for its love of carnival and attracting more than 2 million people for the spectacle of costume, music and the world’s biggest party.
Outside carnival season Rio is a joy, surrounded by stunning scenery, beautiful beaches and plenty of culture and nightlife to keep you entertained for weeks.
But if you just plan on staying for a few days make sure to take the cable car to the top of Mount Corcovado to gaze on the imposing Christ the Redeemer statue, stretching his arms out over the sprawling city below.
A cable car will also take you to Sugarloaf Mountain, with equally stunning views out across the coastline.
Make a move west and on to Sao Paulo, a six-hour drive or relatively short hop on your private charter plane.
Set further inland, Sao Paulo is known as the financial heart of Brazil. It’s also a vibrant, culturally rich and diverse city with hundreds of nationalities working, living and visiting within its borders.
As a populous city, Sao Paulo naturally has some of the finest restaurants and if you’re only spending a short while here, make sure to visit D.O.M – an exclusive eatery with two Michelin stars to its name that prides itself on both pushing the boundaries and showcasing Brazilian food. Make sure to book in advance and enjoy the casual elegance of this fine restaurant.
Time to move on and head north to Brasilia the capital city and heart of Brazil. This City of Design is an architects dream with perfectly laid out streets thanks to urban planning and modernist buildings.
Home to well over 100 embassies and ready to host events on a grand scale, Brasilia is well equipped for tourism and business alike.
Take a private city tour by car, bike or on foot, taking in such sights as the tepee-like Cathedral, the beautiful lake, and fantastic architectural sights.
After a hard day’s sight seeing head back to your hotel to freshen up before dinner. Check into the Royal Tulip, found on the shores of Lake Paranoã.
Head out to dinner at Fogo de Chão, where you’ll get meat cooked the Brazilian way, alongside seafood, fine wines and cocktails.
Visit Brazil between November and March where temperatures hover between 27 and 33°C – the perfect time to book your private or corporate charter flight to this land of colour, food and fun.