Brazil can be visited all year long.
All the programs we offer can be done at any time of the year, without restriction.
The rainy season varies depending on the regions. The summer is very hot and the winter can be pleasant in some areas, like a spring or fall in out latitudes.
Brazil, being located in the South hemisphere, the seasons are reversed in the relation to the North.
In summer, from December to March, it is warm on the totality of Brazil. It is the warmest time of the year.
The country can be divided in 5 large climatic zones.
The North: equatorial climate, hot and humid, rainy most of the year.
The Nordeste: semi-arid climate, dry and hot with continental or oceanic tendency, with short rainy seasons.
The Southeast: humid climate under tropical influence with dry and hot seasons in the winter and cold and humid in the summer.
The Center – West: continental type climate, warm and dry in winter, cold and dry in summer.
The South: the South of Brazil enjoys a subtropical climate; with regular Antarctic cold front entries bringing heavy precipitations.
Precipitations and average temperatures in Brazil