Sitting within the tropics, Brazil is something of an all-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 Pantanal and Amazon areas in the north of the country tend to get very hot during the summer, reaching highs of around 40°C (104°F).
From North to south, the Brazilian coast is beaches, Sun and blue skies. It is even hard to choose among them. Some beaches have big hotels and restaurants whilst others are almost desert. Some appear between sand and huge cliffs whilst others stretch out as far as the eye can see.