Adventure Travel in Brazil

12 Adventure Travel Abroad Programs in Brazil

Volunteering Worldwide with Frontier

Frontier offers adventure programs in the Brazil Amazon Rainforest. The rainforests in Brazil are a result of millions of years of evolution. Participants get to experience an awe-inspiring and complex, yet delicate, ecosystem.

Winter J-Term in Brazil (Rio + Paraty + Sao Paulo)

Summit Global Education's Winter Program in Brazil is unlike any other study abroad experience available. Not only is TRAVEL an integral part of the program but, at Summit, full cultural immersion is a must. We make sure that students have the most comprehensive, in-depth and eye-opening study abroad experience out there. Students should be willing to try new things, meet new people and ch...


Fronteering offers an extreme Amazon Survival trip in Manaus, Brazil. International participants can learn basic jungle survival skills and enjoy a variety of immersive activities such as swimming with river dolphins, camping, and nature tours. This program is open all year round.

Have an Adventure while Volunteering in Brazil!

Volunteering in Brazil with Travellers Worldwide offers a range of adventurous activities. Participants can take exciting surfing and capoeira courses, learn Portuguese, and join in fun Latin American dancing courses.

Columbia U. Center for Environmental Research

Enjoy everything Brazil can offer in an adventure travel program with the Colombia University Center for Environmental Research. Participants can spend the summer in Sao Paulo and experience the Atlantic Forest and explore nearby towns.

Adventure and Volunteering in the south of Brazil

Garapvu Tourism offers volunteering opportunities in a Social and Environmental project in Florianopolis in Southern Brazil. Apart from changing the relationship of the people in the community with the environment, the project also serves to take young people from the path of violence. Volunteers will have the chance to experience, together with other volunteers and community workers, the wh...