4 Things To Do in Brazil This New Years

Spending new years’ eve in never seen before destinations is becoming increasingly popular among the GCC residents after the pandemic. GCC Travelers are keen to explore and discover new places during their holidays. Brazil is known for its celebratory culture and New Year’s Eve is no different. Brazilians celebrate the holiday together from dusk until dawn. Here are four destinations to celebrate this New Years in Brazil with friends and family.

  1. Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro

The main event takes place on Rio’s picturesque Copacabana Beach. After two years of the pandemic, it will reopen to the public with unique presentations. More than 2 million people are expected to enjoy the extravaganza on the beach. Almost all Brazilians will spend New Year’s Eve dressed in white from head to toe, since this is also considered good luck for the coming new year.

  1. Paulista Avenue, São Paulo

Paulista Avenue closes its roadways to motorists prior to midnight on New Year’s Eve. So that they can entertain around 2 million people who come to enjoy live music and New Year’s Eve fireworks displays; Paulista Avenue will host concerts by several Brazilian singers during the night. Many of the activities are free. Every year, the region creates a different unique theme for its New Year’s Eve celebrations.

  1. Salvador, Bahia

Travelers can bask in the afro beats of authentic Brazilian music while walking from the beach to the bars. The Salvador beach New Year’s Eve celebration is attended by pleasant and peace-loving Brazilians who assemble there just for pleasure and enjoyment. Those who visit Salvador for the first time on New Year’s Eve will find the celebration to be special and wonderful.

  1. Trancoso, south of Salvador, on the Bahian coast.

Trancoso is a captivating destination all year. However, it transforms into one of the greatest spots to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Aside from the celebrations, Trancoso provides a stunning environment and the ideal setting for paying homage to 2022 and greeting 2023 with fresh positive energy.

On the three-mile stretch of golden sands, the party lasts from sunset until sunrise. With performances by national and international performers, samba, mind-blowing fireworks, and a diverse blend of cultures, expect a vibrant, colorful, and dynamic atmosphere.



The Brazilian Tourist Board (Embratur) is responsible for implementing National Tourism Policy in the areas of promotion, marketing, and marketing support for Brazilian tourist destinations, services, and products in the international market. Embratur helps to generate social and economic development for the country by increasing the flow of international tourists to national destinations.
Source: Brazil

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