There are lots of places to visit in Rio de Janeiro without spending too much money.
Every two weeks, Caminhos starts new group classes for people from all around the world.
Nick's mom is Brazilian and he has lots of Brazilian relatives. Because of that he's been visiting Rio de Janeiro since he was born.
Volunteering can be really good for you, for you CV and networking.
During the early twentieth century in Rio de Janeiro, people started to occupy other neighborhoods away from the center, like Ipanema.
Don't be surprised if you are invited to a child's birthday party in Brazil and be welcomed with a huge celebration with lots of food, alcoholic beverage and all kids of sweets.
Brazilian Portuguese is the most studied variant of the Portuguese language in the world today.
A volunteer of Mais Caminhos spent a few weeks in Rio de Janeiro teaching English to underprivileged teens in the nearby favela and learned a lot from this experience.