There are many reasons to go to Brazil, probably for a thousand reasons. I have given the most important 101 reasons to leave this beautiful country where warm, cheerful loving people and very nice exotic female ladies filled
# 1. Carnival – Rio's world famous celebration that takes place before Easter. At the Rio World Celebration, the carnival in Rio is taking place 40 days before the Easter. Rio is considered to be the capital of the world's carnival.
# 2. Copacabana Beach World-famous beach, attracting millions of tourists every year. In 2005, Lenny Kravitz played there for 300,000 people.
# 3. Cariocas (Define Carioca) Women in Rio de Janeiro are called Cariocas. They are known to be very friendly and hospitable to visitors
# 4. More women than men The proportion of women compared to men is higher than in most countries in the world. Especially in Rio, where they think there are 100 women for every 86 people. Great surfing beaches in Rio are at the Arpoador beach at the northern end of the Ipanema beach and great for windsurfing. Brazil offers many wonderful beaches for surfing such as Florianópolis, Santa Catarina and Fernando de Noronha, on the northeast coast of Recife.
# 6. The millions of Brazilian bikini girls love young brazilian women – and all year round in hot weather, trust me, you will not miss your vision in winter coats
# 7. The median age of the 20- at the end of the year According to Indexmund, the median age in Brazil is 29 to 29 in 2008. This is much lower than most Western European countries (late 30s), the United States (late 30s) and Japan (40). This is more young sexy ladies
# 8.Fitness Culture: most women are thin or fit Just take a trip to Rioba, Sao Paolo, Recife or any other Brazilian city to figure out the Brazilian culture of women — and men have a great interest in staying in shape. Thousands of young ladies work every day on the beach.
# 9. Low percentage of obesity in Brazil Due to the combination of fitness and health, most Brazilian women are in good shape and not overweight. Brazil has no overweight crises such as the United States, Australia, England and some other Western European countries. How can a young Brazilian woman who is bikini when obese? I think the bikinis craze keeps the pressure on them!
# 10. Brazilian women love foreign people! If you are a North American, German, British, Australian, Japanese or other Western European country then Brazilian women will love you. Foreign boys have something – most Brazilians are overwhelmed by the Brazilian players' reputation – but do you blame these guys? For women and men with such beautiful proportions and a number of hot young ladies to go around, it's very easy to tempt!
# 11. Great place for Portuguese language learning If you want to practice some Portuguese, then this is a great place to start. Make sure you practice some basic phrases before you go! You are going to practice a lot of women with your confidence.
# 12. Brazilian women are amusing most Brazilian women are very entertaining and know how to do a good time. In this culture, it's all about carnival and enjoys good dancing and lives only the most complete.
# 13. Brazilian women are friendly and hospitable Compared to American and some Western European countries, women in Brazil are much more friendly and approachable. You can easily bring new friends to young sexy Brazilian girls – just be honest and feel very at home at home.
# 14. Great food Brazilian food is very good. Be sure to go to a "churrascaria" as long as you are there. "Frango Asado" is a good dish with grilled chicken rice and potatoes. Very good.
# 15. Ipanema Beach Rio is another great beach next to Rio Copacabana. Ipanema Beach is one of the safest areas in Rio Rio, so there's one more reason to stay here. There are plenty of young ladies to watch.
# 16. Great weather throughout the year The average weather in Brazil fluctuates in the 70's and 80's throughout the year. For example, in Rio de Janeiro, the average annual temperature is 73.5.
# 17. Help the disco Almost half of the girls you meet here are working girls. Anyway, this is a great way to get warm with the local ladies
# 18. Club Six Rio – A very popular nightclub at the Rio Ipenema stage. Great place to drink while enjoying all sorts of music, including dance music, hip-hop, etc. Many women you can chat with
# 19. The world famous Topless Beaches have Copacabana and Ipanema with great naked beaches. Do not forget the sunglasses.
# 20. A lot of attractive women who are not committed Unlike many other countries, Brazil is full of attractive, unique women who are not committed. Many find it difficult to find normal things that are not married to Earth.
# 21. Friendly Brazilian culture in Brazil is culturally accepted by everyone, especially foreigners – with great hospitality. Smile and friendly greeting is very common among strangers. Not like the New York event
# 22. Variety of women from blistering to blond You can find all kinds of women in Brazil. To date, there are approximately 11,714,000 people in Rio de Janeiro's metropolitan area. Of these, 53.6% white, 33.6% brown, 12.3% black, and 5% asian or amerindi. This means you can choose from a wide variety of different female shades.
# 23. Great football games If you like football, you'll be in the right place. There are many football games.
# 24. The Maracana Stadium The most famous football stadium in Brazil. Rio and local clubs Flamengo and Botafogo are playing here.
# 25. Open Sex Culture Despite women from many other countries in Brazil, sex is openly dressed up – this is a national pastime
# 26. Brazilian women enjoy sex and are very sensitive. In Brazil, sex is not used as a bargaining power of local women in other countries. In Brazil sex is used for love!
# 27. Stable governance, stable political climate The Brazilian government is experiencing political stability. President Lula Da Silva won the faith of the people and showed it.
# 28 Improving the economic situation – Compared to other Latin American countries, Brazil is experiencing unprecedented economic growth and investment.
# 29. One of the easiest places on Earth to find an attractive girlfriend. This is the world's most populous Christian country with a higher male / female ratio – China, India and the US have a higher male / female ratio! Indonesia is an Islamic country.
# 30. Payment for gambling is always possible, especially in Rio There are many popular places in Rio, where there are lots of young hot working girls. Help one of Disco.
# 31. Hot Brazilian girls flirt with you Hot Brazilian girls, working girls, college students, ladies, ordinary ladies, they all flirt with you
# 32. No need to play sexy brasilian girls seduce everything. They have no choice. Remember, there are more women in Brazil than men. This means that women have to compete on lesser kids – like you are . Beach Club: Great way to work and entertain yourself. Many women still play football, making it even more enjoyable.
# 34. Brazil thong and coat The world-famous "toothbrush" hooks, very popular and very sexy. You can not find them in NYC, Dublin or London! Have fun!
# 35. The euro, the pound and the dollar are stronger than the real (the Brazilian currency) Your currency is stronger. This means that most local prices in Brazil will be cheaper. Especially Euro and Pound, the kings will live!
# 36. Brazilian culture is one of the most open in the US and in the world – Brazilian culture, aboriginal, African, Japanese, German, Italian, Spanish and many other nationalities, a very varied, "all-inclusive" culture
# 37. Brazilian women love to dance Local ladies know very well, especially on dance floor. This is one of the reasons why they stay in such a great form
# 38. Exotic culture, women and feeling – Brazil is discovered as the most exciting destination in the world and local Brazilian people are lively and nightlife is simply extraordinary. The dances of Pelourinho – Salvador in Brazil are the best nightlife. Pelourinho explodes with music, people and activity seeking stronger, and every day Pelourinho you are likely to reveal scores of groups playing. Many such concerts are free.
# 40. Tan – Beach is considered a normal part of Brazilian culture and is also a great attraction for tourists and foreign investors
. New Year Party at the Beach Rio de Janeiro is the World's Largest Celebration – More than 3 Million People Attend Copacabana Every Year
# 42. Caipirinha's most famous cocktail in Brazil – is so popular that they both enjoy Miami and NYC. Fine and powerful!
# 43 Corcovado – Corcovado (the Redeemer Christ) is one of Rio's best known landmarks and certainly the best view in Brazil. It is recommended in one of the seven wonders of the world, visible in all Rio.
# 44. 600 million years ago sugar beet production is a natural wonder, Pao de Acucar or Sugar Loaf. Nowadays, Rio is one of the best-known and most sought-after tourist attractions in Rio.
# 45. Botafogo Bay (Rio) – Botafogo in a beautiful seaside neighborhood (bairro) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Botafogo's beach is located in Guanabara Bay and has two of the city's largest shopping malls, Botafogo Praia Shopping and RioSul. Shopping malls with beautiful Brazilian ladies, the Botafogo Praia shopping mall and the RioSul shopping mall are just two of the beautiful young ladies full of Rio. This is a great place to get some emails and write some dates!
# 47. Ipanema Beach – Ipanema is located in the south of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, near Copacabana Beach. Sunflower paradise is full of thousands of beautiful young women who wear dental floss bikini. Ipanema is considered one of Rio's safest districts.
# 48. Bello Horizonte ("beautiful horizon" in Portugal) – The capital of Minas Gerais, the southeastern region of Brazil, with 5.3 million inhabitants, is the third largest city in the country. The city offers interesting recreational areas and is known for its traditional features: regional hospitality
# 49. Bahia – Brazil 26 is one of the northeastern countries of the Atlantic coast. This is the fourth largest Brazilian state after São Paulo Minas Gerais. It is also one of the most important states of history and culture. Bahia is the capital of Salvador (São Salvador de Bahia de Todos os Santos). Salvador is known for its world-class beaches for surfing.
# 50 Minas Gerais – one of the 26 states of Brazil and the second most populous with 19,522,000 people. The capital city of Belo Horizonte. Tourist attractions are Monte Verde and Ibitipoca and Aiuruoca National Parks. You also have Sete Lagoas, Cordisburgo and Lagoa Santa, as well as the waterfalls that attract many tourists. [#19659002] # 51. Recife – Brazil is the fifth largest metropolitan area with 3,646,204 inhabitants. The capital of the state is the city of Pernambuco. It is also known as the Venice of Brazil, mainly due to its similarity to the European city. Recife is one of the cultural capitals of Brazil.
# 52 Fortaleza – The capital of Fortaleza Ceará, northeastern Brazil, with more than 3.4 million people (metropolitan region). Nightlife in Fortaleza is full of energy and excitement, with local nightclubs and discos open every day
# 53. Florianopolis (nicknamed Floripa) – The capital of Santa Catarina in South Brazil. It consists of a main island, the island of Santa Catarina. Its population is 406,564, while the metropolitan area is estimated to have 821,552 inhabitants. The city has 42 intact beaches and is the center of surfing, which many Brazilians have "the best place to live in Brazil". As a result, Florianopolis grows as the second home destination for North Americans and Europeans
# 54. Porto Alegre (Joyous Port in Portuguese) – Brazil's 10th largest city and the capital of Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul. The city is one of the most important cultural, political and economic centers in South Brazil. It is also considered to be one of the highest standards of living in all the cities of the country.  Curitiba The capital of Brazil, Parana, has a population of 1.8 million, and Brazil is the fourth best GDP rank. Like most South-Brazilian residents, Curitiba mostly lives in Brazil with European origins. The city is the largest population and the largest economy in South Brazil.
# 56 Trancoso – a small town in Porto Seguro, Bahia, Brazil, is the perfect day out, a place where you can slow down and relax. There are several great beaches – one of the most popular among visitors and locals is Coconuts Beach
# 57. Oskle Swimwear Here is the opportunity to sport the most popular Brazilian swimsuit for men – and watch the ladies in bikini! This is not New York guys! In this environment, 80% of the people are exposed every day.
# 58. Sao Paulo – São Paulo, capital of Brazil, is also the country's largest and most populous city in South America (10,886,518). Located in the southeastern part of the country, Sao Paolo is the richest city in Brazil. Again, like Rio, there are an unlimited number of blond, brown, stagnant, and so on.
# 59. Futsal The football version of the Futsal is very popular in Brazil. Futsal plays with a smaller ball and places more emphasis on improvisation, creativity and technique. It's a great way to stay in shape.
# 60. World Championships Brazil is the world's highest ranked team, winning a five-time record in the prestigious tournament. Brazil is the only country participating in all World Cup championships.
# 61. Porto Seguro – a northeastern Bahia subregion, one of the northeastern Brazilian states and one of the oldest settlements in the country. Many Brazilians believe they are in Porto Seguro, where Pedro Álvares Cabral (Portuguese explorer) came to Brazil for the first time on April 22, 1500. Interesting note: Numerous Bahian women can accommodate Italians and Swiss men – the trend continues to grow
# 62. Investing – Apart from the joy of life, Brazil is also a great investment area. The Brazilian economy, and it is important that interest rates and foreign exchange rates are stable and supported for foreign investment. The country is experiencing unprecedented growth.
# 63. Outdoor culture, in contrast to countries where people spend a lot of time in the rooms, people in Brazil tend to spend more time outdoors, usually with seaside activities such as surfing, swimming, running or just recreation. That means there's a lot of sexy women out there!
# 64. Brahma Beer is a very popular Brazilian beer originally created by Companhia Cervejaria Brahma, founded in 1888. Very sensual and great way to relax in the sun
# 65. Daily flights to the United States and Europe Over 5 million people visit Brazil every year. There are several flights from the USA. — Europe literally links Brazil, in particular through Fortaleza, with direct flights from Germany, Holland, Spain, Norway and others
. Great Landscape and Diversity A beautiful word for Brazil to describe diversity: culture, food, music, dance, drinks, art, craftsmanship, architecture and the love of the sea . Nature The Tumucumaque Mountains National Park is the world's largest tropical reserve, which is about 500,000 hectares (1.23 million hectares) larger than the state of Rio de Janeiro. Nature is intact!
# 68. Amazon rainforest – Brazil is the world's largest forest in the Amazon basin, covering 20% of world living habitats and 14% of the world's renewable freshwater. Another interesting note: More than one third of all species in the world live in the Amazon rainforest
# 69. The Amazon River – The world's largest river on the river, the total river water is larger than the next ten most streams flowing into the ocean. The world's largest river basin also accounts for about one fifth of the world's total river flow. The Amazon River has more than 3,000 recognized fish species, and this figure is still growing. Some estimates reach 5000.
# 70. Beautiful waterfalls – Brazil is far more than beautiful beaches: a trip to Parana's southern state points to one of the most popular tourist destinations. This is a beautiful waterfall in Cataratas do Iguaçu, Foz do Iguacu,
# 71. Many international foods (former immigrants and communities) – Brazilian cuisine is very varied and varied by region. This diversity reflects the mixture of indigenous Indians, Portuguese, Africans, Italians, Spaniards, Germans, Poles, Syrians, Lebanese and Japanese. Great variety and great food!
# 72. Lapa (Little Bar / Club Zone near Rio, near the Sixth Club) – The Lapa Street parties are among the finest in Rio's nightlife and there are bars open every day as the crowd runs from 11:00 to 05:00 in the morning. Hundreds, up to thousands of sexy ladies up and down the street, beer beer in the street bars and just go with the flow. Brazilian coffee – Brazil is the world's largest coffee maker. Santos Brazils are the most popular Brazilian coffee and are most popular in the shop. Make sure you try some while downhill!
# 74. Salvador – capital of the northeastern coast of Brazil and the capital of northeastern Brazil, Bahia. Salvador Brazil is a city of joy, countless popular outdoor parties, including famous street carnivals. Brazil's first colonial capital, the city is one of the oldest in the country and the New World.
# 75. Manaus – the northern capital of Brazil and the capital of the Amazon, is an important center of ecotourism. Near Rio Negro is the confluence near the Amazon River, which is the main port and center of the extensive river system in the region. This is also a common starting point for tourists visiting the Amazon region.
# 76. Belem – Amazonia's second largest city in the north of Brazil. The capital of Pará State, part of the larger Amazon river system. This gateway belongs to the Amazon and Manaus, the most important city in the north of Brazil.
# 77. The capital and largest city of Goiânia – Goias is the largest city in the Central West region of Brazil. Nearly 1.25 million Goiânia is the twelfth largest city in Brazil.
# 78. Pao De Queijo (Cheese Bread – Minas Gerais State's Famous Bread) – A typical Brazilian snack made from manioc flour and cheese – was hot. Very fine and very popular coffee bar.
# 79. Cachaca This Brazilian sugar cane liqueur became Brazil's second most popular drink after beer. Cachaca is distilled to keep the odor of the uncharacteristic taste of sugar cane and rum — enjoyable drink!
# 80. Brasilia – The capital of Brazil, bordering the Goa and Minas Gerais states. The city and the district are located in the central-western region of the country and are approx. It has 2,445,903 inhabitants, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil. World heritage is part of UNESCO.
# 81. Praia do Pinho The first official nudist beach in Brazil's history, the southern state of Santa Catarina. The Praia do Pinho beach in Brazil is a naturist dream. This is one of the very few naked beaches in the world where legally bare naked.
# 82 Diving More than Beaches in Brazil. The Arraial do Cabo Marine Reserve is the best diving destination on the South Coast of Brazil – just 2 hours drive to Rio de Janeiro. The Arraial do Cabo's marvelous waters include sea life – turtles, sea horses, moron eel, colorful coral and exotic tropical fish such as the famous Holacanthus Ciliaris. For about $ 200, you can organize a tour that includes diving equipment, bilingual guidance, boat operation, and 10-hour time.
# 83. Fishing – Peacock-bass fishing in Northern Brazil (Manaus) is as good as it gets! Peacock's bass is legendary in explosive surface strikes and bullish runs. In its unique class, peacock bass is one of the hardest and most aggressive sports hooks that Amazo has abundant. Amazon offers fishermen a fishing experience that makes fishing more fun and exciting
# 84. Trekking – One of the best known backpackers trails in Brazil, a 36km junction that links the two Brazilian imperial cities to Petrópolis and Teresópolis. The crossing lasts for 2-4 days, wandering in valleys, rivers and mountain ranges, where the vegetation of the Atlantic rainforest is rich and clean. Just 100 km from Rio.
# 85. Rafting – Keep it tight and enjoy the great adrenaline rush: rafting off the wild rapids on the Paraibuna River! Paraibuna is located in Três Rios, 2 hours from Rio de Janeiro Airport. The Paraibuna also has a full 20 km (14 miles) level 3 and 4 speeds so change your clothes! For up to $ 100 you can enjoy up to three hours of great adventure!
# 86 Amazonia National Park This massive park covers nearly 40% of Brazil's land area, including seven Brazilian 27 states. Every year thousands of visitors arrive here to get to know this wonderful miracle. Go bird watching. A trip to the Amazon rainforest can be a lifetime experience
# 87. Iguassua Falls The waterfalls of the Iguazu River are located at the border of the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentinean Misiones. Drops divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu. This is a great life time opportunity!
# 88. Brazil's oil show Last year, a huge offshore oil exploration in Brazil raised 40 percent of oil supplies in the country and lifted the country into the world's most important exporters. Brazil's future looks really bright.
# 88. Great ecosystems – many Brazilian plants and animals are not found elsewhere on Earth.
# 89. Brazilian women are generally very friendly, Brazil's best part is how friendly women are. The big weather, the beautiful beaches, the growing economy, all good, but without the sexy friendly friendly women – that's all vanity!
# 90. The Beautiful Hip And Bottoms The Hourglass Figurines are very common in Brazil. How many women do you see, where do you live, having a pretty waist-hip ratio of 7? If it's not 80% of women, it must come to Brazil
# 91. Close to other great places of refuge, Brazil has huge lands for the encounter of women, for example: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia and Venezuela!
# 91. Language close to Spanish If you learn Portuguese in Portuguese, then Spanish learning will not be so difficult. These two languages are cousins, so learning or making it easier for both of you!
# 92. Brazil is considered the world leader in the production of ethanol fuel. Brazilian ethanol is made of sugar cane, cheaper than gasoline, and is far less harmful to the environment and the world.
# 93. The Brazilian currency is weaker than the US dollar, the euro, the pound, the yen and the Australian dollar. In Brazil you find cheaper prices than in the United States, Western Europe, Japan, the UK and Australia
# 94. Brazil is the eighth largest economy in the world There are many opportunities for investment in Brazil. Many realize that Brazil has great resources and plays a major role in the world economy
# 95. Political stability Brazil was not a big conflict because it had some neighbors. Politically stable, and the leader of Latin America, for example, the recent crisis between Colombia and Venzuela, the Brazilian government led the peace and helped preserve Latin America during the period of stability
# 96. Brazil alone is enough in oil! Brazil is not a hurricane risk in other countries, such as Cuba, the United States (Gulf Coast Area), Honduras and Guatemala, Brazil does not experience a hurricane. Brazil is a global leader in the production of oil / ethanol to operate its own economy
# 98. The cost of living is very low compared to the United States and Western Europe You may live like a king in Brazil. In some places you can spend 30% in Brazil than you would have to pay in Western Europe, the USA, Japan, the UK, Canada, Australia and other richer countries
# 99. Real Estate in Brazil is booming! Do not wait until it's too late. Now is the time to invest in Brazil
# 100. Brazil will play a leading role in the future. Many leading world economists and politicians believe that Brazil has the potential to play a leading role with China, India and Russia
# 101. All young Brazilian women who are waiting for you! This ice cream on the cake! Remember, there are more + women in Brazil then – man = great news for you!
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