Best Places for Backpackers in Brazil.

Enjoy backpacking around Brazil without a fixed itinerary by using our handy listings of the best hostels in every destination. Specially curated for backpackers and economy travellers, we help you find an amazing place to stay no matter where you're headed!

The best backpackers destinations & accommodation in Brazil.

Things to see and do while backpacking in Brazil.

Check out tips from other travellers and bloggers and their experiences in Brazil.

If you're already planning to visit Brazil - scroll to the next section for a list of the best places to stay.

Salvador & Morro de São Paulo

I set off on a two hour boat trip to Morro De São Paulo, where I had planned to relax on the beautiful beaches that I had heard so much about. Many of my Brazillian friends had recommended that I should go to Morro De São Paulo, as it was one of their favourite places in the world. I arrived after what felt like a long boat trip, to the sounds of Portuguese, Spanish and Hebrew through the air. I quickly realized that Morro was a big attraction to many people, especially Israelis who had come to relax and have fun after their service with the army was up. I was greeted on the dock by Rudolf, the hostel owner I had booked with and he led me the way to my hostel. As I walked to my hostel, Casa Cosmo Rudolf explain that it was a bit far from the centre, after 20 minutes of steps and hills, I wondered where could my hostel actually be? Finally after another round of steep steps, hiking up with a backpack on each side of me, I had made it to my hostel.

Rachel Cornish

By the hills of Ouro Preto: things to do in a 1 day trip.

Ouro Preto is a small town close to Belo Horizonte wich is the main city of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. This place was one of the most populated cities in the world in the year of 1700, and guess why? Because the treasures provided by its geology! Ouro Preto and surrounding regions are situated in a very deformed region called Iron Quadrangle. In this region was found rocks that was formed in the earliest stages of the Earth’s life, like 2.9-3.2 Billion years ago to be precise, or the Archean Eon, until rocks that are 1.75 Billion years old, it was formed in the Precambrian Eon, before the existence of the dinosaurs!

Dani Souza

A little of geology and history

Ouro Preto is a small town close to Belo Horizonte wich is the main city of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. This place was one of the most populated cities in the world in the year of 1700, and guess why? Because the treasures provided by its geology! Ouro Preto and surrounding regions are situated in a very deformed region called Iron Quadrangle. In this region was found rocks that was formed in the earliest stages of the Earth’s life, like 2.9-3.2 Billion years ago to be precise, or the Archean Eon, until rocks that are 1.75 Billion years old, it was formed in the Precambrian Eon, before the existence of the dinosaurs!

Dani Souza

Getting there!!

Rio de Janeiro is an amazing city, with wonderful views, but is need to be carefull. Unfortunately, it is dangerous. It really is. Thus, you must walk on the streets carefully, to avoid walk by yourself and don’t “dar mole”. “Dar mole” is a brazilian expression that means don´t give to bad luck a chance. Keep your phone in your pocket or bag, don´t grab money in the middle of the a crowd and if you don´t feel good going to in a way, change it. Follow your instincts. With this tips, you´re gonna be safe.

Marilia Bianca Teixeira - Mabi

Typical food and drinks

On our first day we had lunch at pay-by-weight restaurant. A friends told us that locals favor those restaurants for lunch because of the wide variety of Brazilian dishes. We tried the national dish of Brazil called Fejoada. It is a stew with beef or pork. Well to be honest, I didn`t like it, but at least I can say I tried it.

anjahi

Arraial do Cabo: come see the brazilian caribbean

So I got out from work, took the bus and met everyone at the meeting point, slept in São Paulo and woke up in Arraial do Cabo also known as the brazilian caribbean, and trust me, it was – it is – beautiful! Clear water that you will be able to open your eyes under it!

beatriz-kuroki

  Travelling by motorbike may not be an option for all of us, however I’m sure the act of taking complete charge of your travels and your whereabouts on the back of a 2-wheeled, fast paced, light-weight moving vehicle means nothing is impossible. With speed and co-ordination and a little to any planning the limits are endless! You definitely feel a sense of freedom, which is unattainable while sitting on one of those double-decker tour buses, squashed in-between multiple travellers rambling on incoherently. Travelling with a Motorbike provides a sense of freedom and individuality rarely found any other way Firstly it takes a lot of guts to pack everything you need (or really just the minimal) and become a part of the surroundings and really immerse ones-self into the picturesque views we only seem to read of in travel magazines or see on the big screen. If you want to breathe in the fresh air of a new country and finally feel free traversing areas untouched and unmentioned in your Lonely Planet travel guide, simply chuck away your guides and get addicted to the craze associated with motorbike travels – this may be your thing! Once you find a scene you love, you have the chance to peacefully stop as you like and take it all in at your own pace; you take your own breaks, make your own rules and most importantly finally won’t feel like you’ve got a schedule to follow! You finally have control over your life.   It may not be that simple to just hop on a bike and begin your travels, so I would definitely recommend some research before you get onto the road. If you were feeling a little hesitant to begin a trip like this it would be a great idea to take out the maps and pick the most ideal route suited to yourself. Every traveller will have a different preference related to what sites they want to see and what their goals are, so picking the route may be the easiest or hardest choice but rest assured once you get travelling you will definitely feel more at ease. So here are a couple of tips for you to get started;   1. Where to explore: The exhilaration of exploring strange and new places will be endless on an adventure like this. Travelling around the world on a motorbike will not only help you grow but will open up a whole new realm that excites all the senses; stimulating smells, sights and conversations yet to be had. Whether you decide to travel the rocky roads of nepal, or drive up through the Swiss alps in Switzerland, or even through the sand dunes of Morocco – wherever it may be I’m sure the beauty of each country will be undeniably spectacular 2. Choosing the bike: Once you’ve decided this will by your way of travel, then you should do some preparation in terms of safety and knowledge of your bike. Many people before have previously ridden across countries on a range of bikes so it’s up to you to decide what is most comfortable for yourself. Comfort-Skill-Knowledge-Research! It’s very important to feel comfortable and to understand your bike whether it’s a Harley, Honda, Scooter or Vespa. Don’t threat about the latest gadgets or having the latest model, just ensure that the bike is safe and sturdy and your travels will be successful. It’s important to understand that you don’t need to go all out and spend a massive amount of money on a great big fuel tank and a high-tech GPS – Keep to the minimal and everything will fall into place along the trip! 3. Paperwork and Border Crossings: It’s expected that you will come across issues while travelling on the road. Things like getting ripped off by the locals, screwed over, delayed – and basically pissed off over the whole situation. So be prepared that there will be bad days, but rest assured there will days filled with unforgettable experiences that will make you forget about all the troubles along the way. There are some ways to ensure the trip runs more smoothly, such as; organising your drivers license and certifying that it won’t expire, arranging your international driving permit, having your vehicle registration in order as well as motorcycle insurance incase something goes wrong and visa’s prepared for the next length of your trip (that is if you know what borders you’ll be crossing). 4. Living on the Road: When living on the road don’t be hesitant to ask the locals for help and always ask multiple people you come across for some guidance or directions as you cannot always trust the first people who give you advice as they might be giving you false information as some people may not know the answer and just give you wrong instructions. So don’t trust the first help you ask; always ask questions and don’t be afraid to stop by small villages and ask for some help if you are feeling lost at any time. Also don’t trust the map you are following as unexpected rocky terrains and steep mountainsides might just be around the corner and may not be recorded on your ‘trusty map’ as roads around Brazil or Africa may not be noted on the map you are carrying with you. Also never pass on the assumption that something you need may be available later on along the road, as you never know when the next chance will come along to purchase that specific item – and fill up whenever you can as stations are not that common like they are back home. Be aware of what you need at all times and don’t be nervous about sleeping the night at a camp ground or small villages as these will be the best spots to meet travellers like yourself and make long-time friends with people all across the globe and most importantly get some tips on what best to do and what to expect on your journey! 5. Your Safety and Health: It would be wise to have a medical check before the trip begins to guarantee that you are in the best shape, also it would be sensible to get certain shots taken in advance according to what places you intend to visit, also ask your GP whether there are any health risks you should be aware of and how best you can manage yourself while travelling the road. Most importantly have a first aid kit ready to use at all times while riding – this will definitely come in handy during those rough days! But remember the unexpected surprise might be your best journey yet! A trip like this will encourage chance encounters and keep you constantly on your toes. Who knows what other travellers might come your way or imagine the friendly locals that will take you under their wings and show you about the village – these are experiences that are lost during group travels or guided tours. The hospitality you will receive in these under-developed countries is something that is rarely found nowadays, but as a traveller in a foreign land trusting in the locals and their knowledge is the best kind of advice you will get whilst journeying solo. Trust in the route you are travelling and trust the people around you – they will give you an experience like no other

4. Living on the Road: When living on the road don’t be hesitant to ask the locals for help and always ask multiple people you come across for some guidance or directions as you cannot always trust the first people who give you advice as they might be giving you false information as some people may not know the answer and just give you wrong instructions. So don’t trust the first help you ask; always ask questions and don’t be afraid to stop by small villages and ask for some help if you are feeling lost at any time. Also don’t trust the map you are following as unexpected rocky terrains and steep mountainsides might just be around the corner and may not be recorded on your ‘trusty map’ as roads around Brazil or Africa may not be noted on the map you are carrying with you. Also never pass on the assumption that something you need may be available later on along the road, as you never know when the next chance will come along to purchase that specific item – and fill up whenever you can as stations are not that common like they are back home. Be aware of what you need at all times and don’t be nervous about sleeping the night at a camp ground or small villages as these will be the best spots to meet travellers like yourself and make long-time friends with people all across the globe and most importantly get some tips on what best to do and what to expect on your journey!

Sheree Bazzi

Weather

Brazil is a massive country and so the weather varies a lot from place to place. When I arrived, like an idiot gringa, I assumed that Sao Paulo would always be hot! Boy, was I wrong! The summer in Sao Paulo is from about October to March, but this fluctuates. The winter is colder than I expected, dipping to 12-15 degrees at night. Worse still, is that it often rains in the winter; a cold, wet drizzle that leaves you damp and cold right to the bone! When travelling to Sao Paulo during the winter-time, be prepared with boots(or waterproof shoes), a light jacket, an umbrella and even a hat! Or just go to Rio…

emily-murdock

A Paradise Called Itacaré

Of a indigenous origin and surrounded by natural beauty variety, the brazilian city enchants its people and foreigners who leave everything to live in paradise.

Laís Queiroz

Manaus part 01: Finding green areas

I’m Brazilian and architecture student, who were born in the Northeast, but spent the life moving from one city to another in the country. My childhood basically was playing in amazing beaches, with good food and good weather meanwhile I was living in hot cities without beach in my youth. I can say that I still love all these places and in the future I will talk about them too.

Luísa Tolentino

Planes or buses: plan in advance and air travel will become more affordable (and save you a heap of time)

Having selected to visit Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia in 3 months, I began my scout for cheap flights and discovered a few hints and tricks that will hopefully help a fellow traveller out.

Gretel Maltabarow

Brazil: 7 tips for first timers

As a Brazilian living in Australia, I often hear people say: “I’ve always wanted to go to Brazil!”. So if you are just like them – except you followed through with the saving up and buying the ticket part of the plan – here are some tips that I would give my friends if they were as good as budgeting as you are:

Brazilian Bikini

Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul: 4 days of a road trip in Brazil

Bonito’s photos are amazing! I know it looks like paradise.  You will see only a few photos of my own, and they are not pointing at the water. My trip wasn’t what I expected. I will tell you something about my experience of travel to Bonito and Mato Grosso do Sul in Brazil, then you can decide if you really want to go there and what you can do. But first I think you should understand a little about the context of my trip and what I was looking for at the time. Bonito has a number of beautiful spots however I quit faster than I had planned (and I don’t regret that). I still recommend going to Bonito, if this is your plan. Maybe you can just do some adjustments.

mar ilha

Rio de Janeiro for beginners

          “Wonderful city” or “Cidade maravilhosa” (in Brazilian Portuguese): This is how Rio de Janeiro is usually called by locals and travellers fascinated by its beauty, lifestyle and history! If you are planning to spend a time in South America, Rio de Janeiro should definitely be in your trip plans, so here are the Top 5 Things to Do in Rio de Janeiro for first-time travellers:

Gus Dantas

How to get there?

Although Rio de Janeiro might be your destination, it is worth keeping an eye on flights to São Paulo and Salvador de Bahia. Domestic flights in Brazil are quite cheap, so you can fly from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro for 30 euros. Yes, it is also possible to take the bus, but the price difference between plane and bus tickets is not so big. Actually taking the bus can be a bit dangerous, because time to time, tourists are being robbed there. In addition, Rio’s domestic airport is closer to the centre than the bus station.

Liina

Rio de Janeiro: Nature and culture in a beautiful city

Rio, a city everyone’s heard of, but not all of us have been. I had the tremendous pleasure of visiting and exploring this beautiful city in Brazil last summer, the summer of 2016. For 2 weeks I was stationed in the city of Rio, with not one day where we had nothing to do or to see. From the extremely rich culture, delicious food, incredible caipirinha’s and parties to the beautiful nature of, and around, the city, from hikes up in the mountains to boat trips to skydiving! In this city there is something to do for everyone, whether you love a lazy holiday on the beach or an active holiday, you can all find it in this one city.

Rachelle MHi iltenburg

Exploring Montevideo

All of my Uruguayan friends have replied this question in the same way. The capital- Montevideo. Montevideo. It is clear to me that a lot of people don´t even know about its existence. Because of my huge interest in South America, I am aware of it since my childhood. However, for a very long time it represented for me only the city with a strange name (it includes the word „video“) at the sea between Brazil and Argentina. Easily searchable in the map, just in front of Buenos Aires on the other side of the bay. Now I know not only that it has nothing to do with videos and that it is not located directly at the sea but at Rio de la Plata (the estuary of the rivers Uruguay and Paraná to the sea) but also a loooot of other things. Firstly, Montevideo is a very special city. It represents the best of the country for Uruguayans, a sort of oasis of peace and progress for people from other South American states, (…) for tourists. What can be written in the (…)? Let´s see what does this city offer.

Barbora

A Brazilian Experience

MEETING IGUAZU FALLS A Brazilian Experience Considered one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, Iguazu Falls are 272 waterfalls of Iguazu River, located between Brazil and Argentina, being the largest waterfalls in the world.

Emilene Corrêa Souza

Rio de Janeiro - Ciudad de Deus

Having all the above said, I will share my experience from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio has been a dream to me since I was a little child and I watched all of the action movies or soap operas that took place in Brazil or they spoke Portuguese. I was fascinated by the colors, the language and the latino vibe that is so close to my nationality – Romanian. Although I have dreamed of this place for so long, I never imagined that I could get there so easily. My journey would have taken place, in my mind, when I would have been 35 maybe and had a more stable financial situation. Luckily enough, I didn’t have to wait until then ?

Lav

Brazil: magical Jericoacoara

When I first walked in Jerí (that’s the way natives refer to the city) I was struck by this peculiarity. I love walking barefoot, feeling the fresh grass caressing my skin, or watching the grains of sand filling every space between one finger and another. Walking in Jerí meant feeling relaxed and in strong contact with nature. Nature in the Northern part of Brazil is wild and stunning: the ocean is endless, fishes popping out while you’re swimming. Walking on the beach means finding amazing shells, like the ones you see in souvenir shops and place near your ear to feel the sound of waves; it means purple crabs looking at you in silence, and children playing together like free spirits.

Deborah Nichele

Top 50 hostels in Brazil.

There are 50 awesome hostels and budget places to stay in Brazil.

A casa azul Teresópolis Hostel

A casa azul Teresópolis Hostel

The house was built by a portuguese family around 1960 and currently adapted to the use of hostel by architect and writer Maria lion, with sustainable use of materials , and reuse of furniture and decorative objects. Besides the good accommodation and delicious breakfast , the house is built to cul

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Solar do Cosme

Solar do Cosme

The Solar do Cosme is a guesthouse located in a mansion full of verandas from the late 19th century, surrounded by forest, in a bucolic and safe street in Cosme Velho. Our breakfast is fresh and varied, and served on big tables where the guests can meet and share experiences. You can really feel lik

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Praia Do Rosa Hostel

Praia Do Rosa Hostel

Our goal is to share with you the beauty and magic of free landscapes. Relaxing is a law. Living is easy. Fresh music of waves breaking will overrun your warmly nights. Praia do Rosa is one of the best spots for surfing and wind sports like kitesurf and windsurf. Also you can enjoy sandboard, montai

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Namaste Hostel

Namaste Hostel

Cozy and peaceful hostel designed by a backpacker. Hammocks through the garden where you can relax and enjoy the nature. Full equipped kitchen, hot water shower, WI-FI throughout the property and open local spaces and common areas with a barbecue which is free to use. Located in a fishing village, c

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Assel Pousada Botanico

Assel Pousada Botanico

Assel Pousada Botanico, no bairro do jardim apenas 800 metros, proximo ao Terminal Rodoferroviario, UFPR, PUC, apenas 2 km do centro da cidade, facil acesso para quem chega pelas BR 116(SP E RGS) e 101(SC); Assel Botanico oferece quartos compartilhados e privativos em ambiente familiar.

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Banana Leaf Eco Hostel

Banana Leaf Eco Hostel

The site is 6000 M.sq, surrounded by lush Atlantic rainforest and offers guests splendid poolside views of Guaratiba Bay which expand out beyond the accompanying mangrove tree wetlands to the hills of Capoeira Grande parklands. Guests can relax in the pool or enjoy a drink out our pool side bar whe

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Che Lagarto Suites Buzios

Che Lagarto Suites Buzios

CLH Suites Buzios is the best cost-benefit for your stay: You will not regret! For rest, having fun or enjoy a trouble-free stay, CLH Suites Búzios has 16 moderns double bedrooms with complete private bathroom. All of them are with air conditioning, fan and TV for you to enjoy the rest. It inc

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Refúgio Nômade Hostel

Refúgio Nômade Hostel

The Nômade Refuge is a great place to recover energies and to leave the agitations of the great centers, and then to follow trip by the coast arriving to the northeast. To relax we have a beautiful swimming pool for you to enjoy the tranquility of our hostel. In addition to knowing beaches, rivers a

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Blanca Hostel

Blanca Hostel

Blanca Hostel is located in one of the main spots of Buzios. The neighbourhood is named after the famous Geriba Beach, where surfers in the region and around the world gather to ride great waves. In addition to the surf, the place is great to hang out with friends, as one of the best seaside pubs, F

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Hostel e Pousada Boa Vista

Hostel e Pousada Boa Vista

Hostel and Pousada Boa Vista were designed to guests enjoy a more peaceful sleep and private, our bathrooms are shared bathrooms with more than one cabin, while not losing the individuality and privacy of guests. Our living area has a TV room and a garden with benches, tables and chairs, as well as

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Bada Hostel

Bada Hostel

The Bada Hostel is Beautiful, Clean, Lively and Well Located. Our mission is to provide the best cost / benefit that you can find. We do what we like, interacting with young people, free and in search of new horizons. Employees, guests and the atmosphere of the house suggests a fraternal union a

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Hostel Consulado Americano

Hostel Consulado Americano

Hostel Consulado Americano is comfortable house located in Sao Paulo, just near the American Consulate. We have a room equipped with TV and a computer, besides the free Wi-Fi. There is a breakfast room where we stayed most of the time with the guests, breakfast is served daily. This cozy house offe

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Hotel Estalagem Porto Seguro

Hotel Estalagem Porto Seguro

We have a pool and free wireless Internet (Wi-Fi). With a colonial building protected by the National Historical Patrimony, we offer rooms with air conditioning, cable TV, telephone, minibar and curtain with black out. The hotel has a bar-restaurant, internet loung and swimming pool with bar

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Hostel Gaivotas

Hostel Gaivotas

The design of the Hostel Seagulls came during our journey through the 'Camino de Santiago de Compostela.' In addition to the host we have the interaction between guests. All in a familiar and cozy atmosphere, so that everyone feels at home. We accommodate up to 33 guests distributed in private su

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Ace Praia de Botafogo Suites

Ace Praia de Botafogo Suites

Ace Praia de Botafogo Suites is located in front of Botafogo beach. Ideally located 1 km from the Sugar Loaf Mountain and Copacabana Beach, Ace Praia de Botafogo Suites offers free Wi-Fi throughout and air-conditioned rooms, flat-screen TV and private bathrooms, the rooms feature clean décor and pro

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Ovibe Hostel & Arts

Ovibe Hostel & Arts

Ovibe Hostel & Arts allow guests a greater experience, more than just any simple hostel. We believe we can keep a balance between mind and soul through art, sports, music and food. Here, our guests can enjoy our art gallery featuring local artists exhibition, watch live shows on the weekends, try y

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Pousada Bangalo

Pousada Bangalo

Rustic and cozy, you’ll feel at home at Pousada Bangalo. Spacious rooms with king size bed and linens of pure cotton. Great location, close to the beach and main street. The good mood of the Pousada Bangalo is complete with good music that you can choose yourself, a beautiful garden in front of t

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Vila Hostel

Vila Hostel

In 2016, the couple Grazielle Rodrigues and Pedro Pierre decided to start running a hostel on the Island of Fernando de Noronha. Users of the hostelling system, they took the decision to set their hostel in a colonial house, located in the centre of Fernando de Noronha, and is part of the Island's H

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Innbox Hotel & Hostel

Innbox Hotel & Hostel

Innbox Hotel & Hostel is the perfect match to enjoy Praia do Rosa and Brazil. We have an exceptional location and facilities that we capitalize to offer our guests and travellers the best possible experience. In addition, we have a great knowledge of the area so we can always facilitate useful tips

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Guapuruvu Hostel

Guapuruvu Hostel

Guapuruvu Hostel has an amazing location just 50 meters from Garatucaia beach and around the best of Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande. Near us there is Conceição de Jacareí (5 min.), a small neighborhood where you would find some services like hospital, supermarket, ATM and also take a boat to Ilha Gr

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Farofa Loca Hostel & Suites

Farofa Loca Hostel & Suites

Farofa Loca Hostel & Suites Proudly offers you boutique hotel quality at fair prices. A short 10 minute stroll from the noise of the main village, Farofa Loca offers the peacefulness and tranquility of the forest. Wake up to the many sounds of the islands rich wildlife. During the day you can bask i

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Hostel Recanto Azul

Hostel Recanto Azul

Welcome to Recanto Azul Hostel Recanto Azul Hostel is conveniently located close to the Historical Centre of Paraty, great restaurants, markets, drugstores, bakeries and the main plaza where the great festivals of Paraty, as the International Literature Fest, Cachaça Festival, Bourbon Jazz Festiv

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Hostel 7 Rua Direita - Pirenopolis

Hostel 7 Rua Direita - Pirenopolis

As a result of the dream of five friends who traveled the world, Hostel 7 was the kick-off for the creation of the first network of hostels in Central-West Brazil. Active member of the Brazilian Federation of Youth Hostels (FBAJ), which represents Hostelling International in Brazil, the hostel is th

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Suites e Hostel Mauri

Suites e Hostel Mauri

Suites e Hostel Mauri is a friendly hostel located in Porto de Galinhas. At Suites e Hostel Mauri, staff provides all care and attention for a great stay in the city. The hostel is clean and well-organized. Breakfast is available upon request, extra-fee may be applied. Suites e Hostel Mauri is v

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Albergue O Pharol

Albergue O Pharol

Our Hostel is located downtown, in center, 5 blocks walking from the bus station and 4 minutes from Concha Beach, and begining of Pituba Street, where evething happens We have 06 comfortable dorm rooms for 4, 5 and 6 people, with fans, air conditioning, private bathrooms, balconies and lockers.

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The Search House Buzios

The Search House Buzios

If you’re looking for the perfect place to stay on the beautiful peninsula of Búzios, look no more. Your search is over. Surrounded by lush green gardens, our big wooden doors leads into a wooded backyard and slackline area. It snakes past our yoga area, to the beachfront garden with infinite ocean

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Bora Beach Hostel Pipa

Bora Beach Hostel Pipa

Bora Beach Hostel Pipa is the right place to meet great people, get in touch with nature, be creative and have lots of fun! Let yourself be inspired by its energy, beauty and friendly people! We are only one minute walk from the main street, you can reach most of the beautiful beaches by foot an

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Um Hostel

Um Hostel

Um Hostel offer low-cost accommodation with comfort and quality. The first Hostel Design in the city was built to show that is possible to be inside the historical centre, close to the main sights of the city without paying too much.Made for those seeking prime location, great service, comfort and s

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Beach Hostel Cabo Frio

Beach Hostel Cabo Frio

Beach Hostel Cabo Frio has an excellent location, two blocks from the beach of the fort, and the best options of restaurants, bars and nightclubs in the city, always super attractive prices and differentiated service, in a strictly residential neighborhood. We are in the neighborhood of Passage,

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Hostel Casarao 65

Hostel Casarao 65

We are the new hostel in Salvador city, located in one of the most touristic neighbourhood of Salvador. From there, it’s easy to get a shopping mall (Shopping Barra), markets (Hiper BomPreço and Hiper Ideal), besides good bars and restaurants with traditional foods of Bahia. From the hostel it’s eas

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Odara Hostel

Odara Hostel

Odara Hostel is well-located in Tiradentes, 200 m from Tiradentes Bus Station and 150 m from main event structure in Tiradentes. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and free private parking is also available. For your comfort, guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen and functional. Free private parki

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Hostel Paraiso

Hostel Paraiso

Opened in January 2017, Hostel Paraíso is the ideal property for those looking for tranquillity, cleanliness, comfort and great service at reasonable price. The hostel is ideally located in Capitolio, only 5 minutes from the main square of the city and you will enjoy 'fantastic' views. There is a 24

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Happy Hammock Eco

Happy Hammock Eco

The Happy Hammock Eco Guesthouse is wonderfully located at the Ponta Grossa peninsula with own access to the sea. The Guesthouse has its private pier which can be reached with a nice 20 minutes boat ride from Paraty harbor (no access by road, only boat). Surrounded by a beautiful green landscape the

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Joy Hostel

Joy Hostel

Joy Hostel was born from the dream of three childhood friends to connect the world to their city, country and culture. Passionate about traveling and getting to know new cultures, they decided to create a place where people could meet, share experiences and build new friendships. The hostel is diffe

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Hostel 300

Hostel 300

Located at one of the most traditional and coziest neighborhoods of Belo Horizonte, where the atmosphere still like the small towns of Minas Gerais countryside,Hostel 300 offers a unique experience, with an informative, well-planed and modern ambience and local influences! Hostel 300 was created

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Local Friend

Local Friend

We are a dream come true. The idea of ​​opening a hostel was born when we used to receive people at home: from all over the world, all ages, all types of personalities, different stories to tell, with the pleasure of sharing new experiences, dealing with love and respect to everyone, with many anima

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Green Haven Hostel

Green Haven Hostel

The Green Haven Hostel is the perfect place to escape from your daily routine. We offer free transfer from the bus terminal to the Hostel. The Green Haven Hostel has been awarded the best hostel in Brazil and the best Hostel in Latin America in 2015, by Hostelworld, also has been awarded with the C

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Garopaba - Cidade Baixa Hostel

Garopaba - Cidade Baixa Hostel

We are a family run hostel (Cidade Baixa Hostel). That is our second Hostel, but this time we are in a beatiful beach. Here you will find a warm and happy place. Here, in a great location, a worried call to guests' Garopaba - Cidade Baixa Hostel is located Garopaba and is a beautiful home

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Pousada Natal Pardise

Pousada Natal Pardise

Beautiful and cosy guesthouse where our guests feel at home at the famous Ponta Negra Beach, Natal City, we renovated and decorated in July 2017 with o lot of exotica’s plants from all around Brazil.The house is an architectural beauty, projected to be well ventilated. Staying with us, you will enjo

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Residencial Das Araras

Residencial Das Araras

Welcome to the Residencial Das Araras Youth Hostel and Inn. Our multi-lingual staff (Fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish and Korean) will help you feel right at home! We offer 20 beds in 5 comfortable rooms. There are 4 beds per room, bunk style with clean bed linens provided. Each room provide

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Hostel Villas Boas

Hostel Villas Boas is located in the Cana neighborhood, between Praia Grande and Praia dos Anjos We offer dormitories and private rooms, besides a clean environment that is carefree and comfortable. We offer bedding and fans in all of our rooms. The kitchen is available 24 hours a day. A small

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Eleganz Hostel & Suites

Eleganz Hostel & Suites

Eleganz Hostel & Suites brings to Brazil, a new concept of Hostel something totally innovative, with structure and Hotel services. Write where the property is located and interesting facts about the location and what to find in the area. Privileged location, located only 200mts from the covered

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Malibu Porto Hotel

Malibu Porto Hotel

The hotel was designed to provide quality and tranquility in a relaxed atmosphere and warmth. After a good rest, wake up with a tropical breakfast self service, with fruits, juices, cold cuts, breads, and recipes of the region. We offer a pool, wireless Internet and make statements of tours and c

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Moov Hostel

Moov Hostel

Best place to enjoy a local experience in Cabo Frio! Every booking with 2 days or more will get a free welcome caipirinha!! Ask for yours during check in!!! This is the best location in Cabo Frio, only an 8 minute walk from Praia das Dunas, a 15 minute walk from Praia do Forte and the bus term

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Hostel Vivacre

Hostel Vivacre

Hostel Vivacre is an alternative to traditional accommodation located in the Historical center of the city of Rio Branco, capital of Acre. It is the first hostel in the State of Acre and is distinguished by the warmth of the new facilities, family care, entertainment area with TV, sound, internet ac

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Granola Hostel

Granola Hostel

Granola Hostel was created by two friends that after traveling around the world, each one in their own way, have experienced different cultures, met different people, stayed in different hostels, decided to run their own hostel, eager to share stories and have the pleasure of helping other travelers

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House de Baiana

House de Baiana

Our Lakefront guesthouse offers you stunning views across the lake, very friendly staff, fresh & Clean private rooms and dorm rooms, Wi-Fi, a bar area a few metres from the lake, a fully functioning and clean spacious kitchen, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards which you can enjoy free of charge and

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Goiabada com Queijo Hostel

Goiabada com Queijo Hostel

Goiabada com Queijo Hostel is located a couple blocks from the main square - Tiradentes Square- and placed behind of the city's mother church - Parish Our Lady N. Sra. do Pilar. Pilar neighborhood offers an excellent infrastructure with restaurants, supermarkets, snack bar, pharmacy, recreational s

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