Sugar Loaf is one of Rio de Janeiro's most famous landmarks, towering 394 meters above the harbor. It provides breathtaking views of the entire mountainous coast.You can take a suspended cable car ride from Praça General Tibúrcio to the top of the Morro da Urca and from here a second cableway runs to the summit of SugarLoaf. Anavilhanas Islands, located between Manaus and Novi Airão, is an archipelago of 400 islands and islets. It is adorned with pristine lakes, flooded forests, watercourses and exotic flora and fauna. Jaú National Forest is the largest forest reserve in South America, and a part of the World Heritage Site. Its rich fauna includes some rare and endangered species such as the manatee, Brazilian otter, jaguars and Amazon River dolphins. Its diverse ecosystem includes hills, channels, land forests, flooded forests and plains. Canoeing through its waterways is the best way to explore the park. Pantanal is often called the world's largest tropical wetland. Located in the southwestern Brazil it extends into Bolivia and Paraguay. It's rich biodiversity will steal your heart away. You can spot marsh deer, giant river otter, capybara, crowned solitary eagle, maned wolf and many other birds, animals, fishes and plant species. Amazon Rainforest comprises the most bio-diverse and largest tract of tropical rainforest in the world. It covers much of northwestern Brazil and extends into other South American countries. This place is a haven for at least 40,000 plant species, 2.5 million insect species, 1,294 birds, 427 mammals, 2,000 fishes and many amphibians and reptiles. Have a guide with you to learn deeper about everything and anything you see. Besides the exotic flora and fauna, the pristine Amazon River is the prime attraction of this place. There are several lodges so that you can stay overnight and explore the forest to the fullest. You can go hiking or explore this forest via riverboats. Janauari Ecological Park, located near Manaus, features a variety of ecosystems such as alluvial plains, swampy woodland and solid land. Motorboats will take you through the park's narrow waterways which are surrounded by luxuriant vegetation. One of the most beautiful extraordinary sights in the park is a lake covered with Victoria Amazonica, a large water lily found in the Amazon region. Maragogi is home to Brazil's largest barrier reef. During low tide the most beautiful natural pools called Galés are visible. Located in Northeast Brazil, Maragogi is blessed with serene ambience and scenic landscapes. Its crystal clear waters are perfect for scuba diving, swimming and snorkeling. Iguaça Falls, Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park, Chapada Diamantina National Park, Jericoacoara, Taipus de Fora, Bonito, Land of Waterfalls, Jardim Botanical Garden and Encontro das Águas are other prominent places known for their rich nature and biodiversity.