Transfer in and transfer out
We provide executive transport service in your arrival and departure in the airports, with low prices compared to the common transport services.


Angra dos Reis
Angra dos Reis is about two hours by car south of Rio. The beaches are fantastic, not only for their white sands and swaying palm trees, but for their dramatic view of the great bay of Angra dotted with hundreds of islands. The most famous of these islands is the ecologically preserved Ilha Grande, a simple outpost of fishing villages, empty beaches and rustic inns. Spend a couple of days at a delightful beach resort and then hop down to visit the colonial city of Parati. Once Brazil’s richest port city (the mineral wealth of Ouro Preto passed through here on its way to Portugal), it has been declared a world heritage city by Unesco.

  Cidade do Samba ("Samba City")
Inaugurated in 2006, it’s a space where the tourist can experience Rio de Janeiro’s carnival in its entirety, from the making of the costumes and floats in workshops of different schools of samba up to presentations and a mini-show of Rio’s carnival (visits must be scheduled in advance).

City tour
This ride is interesting for those who wants to know Rio de Janeiro’s cultural and historical parts. In approximately three hours, you can visit places like Santa Teresa, Arcos da Lapa, Metropolitan Cathedral (Saint Sebastian), Cinelândia (Municipal Theatre, National Museum of Beautiful Arts, National Library and Pedro Ernesto Palace), Praça XV, Imperial Palace, Candelária Church, São Bento Monastery, Maracanã Stadium and Sambódromo (the carnival parade ground – and you can take pictures in carnival costumes!).

Opened in 1931, the construction took two years to be finished. Its 710 meters altitude invites the viewer to the most panoramic Rio de Janeiro sight. City’s postcard, Brazil’s maybe, the Christ monument is the country’s most visited and one of the seven wonders of modern world. Surrounded by Tijuca’s Forest, its imposing 30 meters height statue is always with open arms protecting Rio de Janeiro people and the tourist who visits the "wonderful city", and it can be seen from anywhere in town.

Samba schools' rehearsals
An excellent idea for visitors who are in Rio is a visit to a samba school rehearsal. It’s worth remembering that schools are completelly different among themselves, and rehearsals are different too. It is really fascinating to watch a true “unfolding” of a parade starting from the choice of the theme song to the final moment when percussion is ready to go!
This tour includes round trip transportation to the samba school, guide during the whole time and ticket to the samba school. This tour is done from tuesday to saturday, ask the concierge to know what samba school is performing.

  Favela Tour
In the past there was only a small plantation, where the production used to be sold to the residents of the nearby districts. This small agricultural production increased and produced an intense commerce, up to the turning into the place we know nowadays.
In 1992 Rocinha became officially a district, with its Administrative Region and a regional administrator. The visitor who thinks he’s gonna find just a conglomeration of shacks and a disorganized population will get surprised. In Rocinha there is a feeling of solidarity that is not found in any other district of the Rio’s southern, and that makes possible a peaceable familiarity between its residents.

Ilha Grande
Ilha Grande (the Big Island) was once inhabited by indians from the Tamoio and Tupinambá tribes. They named the island Ipaum (big) Guacu (island). The island was discovered by the portuguese in 1502 and was initially a haunt for pirates and slaves traders.
The island is green, beautiful and mountainous, with more than 100 small marvelous beaches. Here you can find peaceful places and enjoy the nature, do snorkeling, diving, trips by boat trekking, bird watching etc. In the village of Vila Abraão you find small shops and restaurants that offer several seafood options.
This tour takes one day and ncludes round trip transportation, tickets to the ferry, the boat tour and lunch.
Tip: take brazilian money to spend in Ilha Grande. Ilha Grande doesn’t have any ATM’s or currency exchange facilities.
Ask us about packages with overnight stay plus transportation.

  Jeep Tours
The Jeep Tours exists in order to show you the most beautiful and exotic city in the world: Rio de Janeiro. Open jeep tours give the tourism a better view of the contrast between the ocean and the rainforest, between the luxurious condominiums and the favelas (shantytowns). Join us in this adventure through the Tijuca Forest, or let us take you into Rocinha, the biggest favela in South-America. You also will be able to witness the magic of a macumba ritual. Then you can say "I have seen the real Rio".
In Tijuca Forest ride, with the contrast between the mountains and the forest inside the city: bath in Macacos Waterfall. Soon after we’ll pass by Vista Chinesa (“Chinese sight”), Emperor’s Table, Taunay Waterfall and Mayrink Chapel. There will be still a walk in a easy track, with guides that will explain the whole history of the reforestation and the importance of the Atlantic Forest.

Footbal game in Maracanã Stadium
For the footbal lovers we offer the opportunity to watch a game in the world’s biggest stadium, built for the 1950’s World Cup and that have ever witnessed the performances of players like Pelé and Garrincha. With its magnificence and capacity for 110 thousand people, be present at a match in Maracanã is like participate of the biggest footbal show in the planet. Unforgettable.

  Sugar Loaf
Nature reserved a good sample of the marvelous Atlantic Forest in Rio de Janeiro for the stretch between the Morro da Urca and the massive rock known as the Sugar Loaf, the natural habitat of saki monkeys, opossums, lizards, birds and butterflies. The ride to the final destination, the monolithic Sugar Loaf, 750 meters from the Morro da Urca, at an altitude of 396 meters above sea level, offers an incomparable landscape of the bay, Rio and Niterói, beaches and lagoons.


Parati main atractions are the streets composed of irregular stones, and the good thing is to have them all fulfilled by tourists during all summer. A good option to choose is to go to the beautiful beaches of the Trindade’s Village, about 30km of an asphalted road from the historic center. In the Village the structure for tourists isn’t quite good. Therefore, whoever does not give up a comfortable hotel and nice restaurants should stay in Parati, but the beaches of Trindade deserves at least a visit. Cepilho is the first beach to appear for those whom arrive by car. There are great waves that attract the surfers. The beach Fora (or dos Ranchos) is parallel to the main street of the Village, where there are some tourism agencies that can rent boats. All of them do tours inside of the Bay of Parati. There should be no problem, in any direction you go there’s always something nice and fun to do.



The Imperial Town, known as such for having been chosen at the time of Brazil's monarchy to be the summer residence of Emperor Pedro II, is located in a mountainous region of Rio de Janeiro state, around 1.5 hours away from Rio. It offers high-quality rooms, gourmet food and all the comfort you deserve. Cultural visits around the Imperial Town to places of interest such as the Imperial Museum, the Crystal Palace and other sites are available.

Rio by night
This evening a special treat will be in store for you with dinner and samba show at one of Rio's most typical restaurants. The costumes and pageantry will be a deligth for the eye, and the singing and dancing will combine to become a most memorable evening.

  Double hang-glider flight and sky diving
For the most adventurous we recommend to see Rio in free fall or like a bird, jumping in sky dive and flying in a hang-glider or a parachute. All the jumps are done by instructors who compose the elite of the Brazilian Association of Hang-gliding, and it can be recorded in a CD or DVD.