MODERN CITY, FANTASTIC WILDLIFE and LANDSCAPES
Central Brazil consists of the states of Goiás, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul and the Federal District, where the national capital, Brasília is located. With the change of Brazil’s capital from Rio de Janeiro to Brasília, in 1960, there was a big change in the region. The increase in population and the construction of roads and railways was intense. Currently, the rate of urbanization in the region is greater than 81%. Its total area is of 1,612,077.2 square kilometers, being the second largest region in Brazilian territory. The climate is tropical, with a rainy summer and a dry winter from April to December. In winter the average temperature is 18 ° C and above 25 ° C in summer. There is a wide variety of vegetation in this region. Most of the which is covered by cerrado vegetation and its undergrowth: trees with twisted trunks and and low shrubs. In Mato Grosso do Sul there is an isolated area of grassland.
We have selected 5 destinations in this region: