Judy Barford shares pictures of a visit to the world's largest waterfall complex.
Opened in 1994, this park is privately owned and set in 16 hectares of sub-tropical rainforest, providing shelter for more than 800 birds.
A cracked windshield led to a decision to return to base and change planes.
Brazil's #1 domestic carrier is the world's first to get its 737 Max planes back into commercial service.
Europe has started its independent testing of the Boeing 737 MAX prior to its return to service in the coming months.
Join Jonathan L on a visit to Salvador, Brazil, a center for Afro-Brazilian culture because of its early history as a slave trade port.
Following up on a popular program that allows passengers free stopovers in Lisbon, TAP will let travelers add a second Brazil destination to their trips.
Jonathan L tells the tale of two churches that share a city, but differ in how, and for whom, they were built.
Turning its attention from an unsuccessful route to Singapore, Norwegian adds routes from London to Argentina and Brazil.
In the hills of Minas Gerais, 500 km NW of Rio de Janeiro, this area produced more than half of the gold of the whole world between the 17th and 19th centuries!
Equine travelers, competitors in Olympic equestrian events, need special arrangements to fly in from all over.
Grand Escapades shares the fascinating architecture of Brasilia, Brazil, a UNESCO World Heritage city.
Grand Escapes shares some of the amazing wildlife you'll encounter in Brazil's unique Pantanal wetlands, including the elusive jaguar.
TAP sets new JFK and Boston routes from Lisbon, and signs up with JetBlue to sell each other's tickets to and from 20 JetBlue destinations.
A Tale of Three Airlines? Growing links among JetBlue, Azul, TAP, all connected to David Neeleman JetBlue and Azul, the Brazilian airline run by former JetBlue CEO David Neeleman, are hammering out interline agreements that would let passengers start a trip on one airline and finish on the other on a single itinerary—which means their bags would do the same, without re-checking.