Brazil is the 5th largest country of world and the country of richest flora and fauna, which means it is so huge in itself, that its weather varies from region to region, if it is summer in some parts of Brazil there will be winters in other parts. In general, Brazil is a year-round destination with temperatures rarely dip below 20°C (68°F), apart from in the mountains and southern regions. The climate varies from hot and dry in the arid interior to humid and sticky in the tropical rainforests of the Amazon jungle.The coastal cities of Rio de Janeiro, Recife and Salvador are hot and sticky for most of the year while plateau cities such as Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Belo Horizonte are milder.
Overall Brazil is a tropical country because till date we see Brazil as a tropical place, however very few know apart from the Brazilians that some of the cities mark temperature below zero degree every year during winters. Yes, that’s true Sao Joaquim, Santa Catrina, campos do jordao are the coldest cities of the country, these places are referred as the Switzerland of Brazil specially campos do jordao, which is 1,626 m high and situated in serra da mantiqueira, this place never witnessed snow fall but that doesn’t mean it’s not cold, it’s zero-degree temperature can give you chill nights.
If you also want to experience tropical cold the plan your 4-day trip to this weather fusion trip and do remember to pack your woolens.
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