Deep Brazil is an online magazine that digs into Brazilian society and culture to offer you the road map of a country immensely attractive to tourists, immigrants and investors. It attracts 25,000 monthly pageviews (30% in the US, 20% in Brazil and the rest distributed around the globe).

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Praise for Deep Brazil


British daily The Telegraph: Deep Brazil “is a good first base for Brazilian culture and links to other blogs”.

The World Travel Market 2013 Social Media Report: Brazil: “online magazine DeepBrazil.com impresses”.

The international community of bloggers Global Voices: Deep Brazil “provides valuable resources about Brazil in the English language.”

The community blog Metafilter: “A treasure trove of Brazil from the conflict between Natives and farmers to Music inspired by the bandit Lampião”.


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Comments policy


Free speech, good arguments and constructive criticism will be always welcome here. On the other hand, personal or gratuitous attacks and offensive vocabulary will not be accepted, because they disturb both this blogger and the debate.




I do my best to give credit to text, photographs, graphical or artwork  used in this website. Most pictures come from Flickr/Creative Commons and link to the page of their authors. Please alert me in case you spot any inadequacy. I will correct it as soon as possible.
The Iguaçu Falls image on the header is a courtesy of the brilliant photographer Marcos Amend.



You won’t find ads for certain types of products and services on Deep Brazil. Among them: prostitution, dating services, gambling, religion and politics. I will also ban ads for products that might be considered demeaning to certain groups, racist or disrespectful to Human Rights. Please, if you understand that, by mistake, I allowed one of this come through, let me know.

Deep Brazil is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Some of the links contained within this site have my referral ID, which provides me with a small commission for each sale. Nevertheless, I make a point of writing my posts based on the quality of products, not my commercial interest.