5 amazing places to spend New Year’s Eve away from the hustle and bustle of big cities

If for some people the New Year’s Eve is synonymous with parties and noise, for others it is a perfect time to disconnect, rest and replenish energy for the next year. After an intense and busy year, there is nothing better than choosing a place away from the hustle and bustle. That is why we chose 5 amazing and quiet places to spend New Year’s Eve in peace and to have a well-deserved rest. 

Bonito

If a place is called Bonito (‘beautiful’), then it must mean something. Rivers, lakes, waterfalls and caves attract thousands of tourists looking for adventures in this “ecological Disneyland”.

One of the largest eco-tourism centers in Brazil – Bonito in Mato Grosso do Sul – is a place where you can be in real contact with nature and get to know countless species of animals. The region is known for snorkelling and is full of transparent rivers, waterfalls and caves. It is located about 300 kilometres from Campo Grande – a perfect place to spend time with family and friends.

Chapada dos Veadeiros

The Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is located in the state of Goiás – a short distance from Brasília. This beautiful and unique place is full of mountains, waterfalls, canyons, quartz crystal formations and rock pools. 

The Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is certainly one of the most amazing places in Brazil. Away from the holiday and party atmosphere typical of the holiday season, this destination is ideal to connect with nature.

Jalapão

This new holiday destination is famous for its untouched nature and has excellent qualities for those who want to try ecotourism. Located in the Tocantins, the region has abundant waters, plateaus and hills with savanna climate, dunes and impressive rock formations. This is a must-see for sure and why not spending New Year’s Eve there right?

Cambará do Sul

Located 250 km from Porto Alegre, Cambará do Sul is less hectic than its competitors Gramado and Canela, but not less charming. The famous Itaimbezinho Canyon is 5.8 km long, and the Fortaleza Canyon is 7.5 km long. If you like hiking and want to be impressed by the beauty of Brazil, this place is for you.

Península de Maraú 

So you thought that we would not recommend spending the New Year’s Eve on the beach? It is an unforgettable experience especially away from the crowds of Copacabana. Brazilians like to jump over 7 waves and do everything that is extraordinary and unique on New Year’s Eve – you should try it at least once in your life. Península de Maraú is a real paradise on the southern coast of Bahia. Getting there is not so easy; you should consider riding a dirt road for almost 40 km or a motorboat ride. However, that’s why this place doesn’t have the same hustle and bustle of neighbouring beaches. That is why this can be a great choice for New Year’s Eve getaway. 

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