Detailed day-to-day itineraries and all hotel/lodging/contact information will be forwarded to parents via email one month prior to departure. Please note that confirmed itineraries are subject to last-minute changes as the trip progresses. We will do our best to notify parents in advance if changes are necessary. Our trip will be done from the selected activities below. These are subject to change based on time and availability



Jeeping through a Favela.

Get an intimate glimpse into local life on a tour of Rocinha, one of the largest Favelas in Rio de Janeiro. This excursion provides a safe and comprehensive introduction to the favela for first-time visitors by offering insight into socioeconomic issues that you're unlikely to find in the guidebook. Here we will get to interact with the locals and hand out essential items for them and their families. 


Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain is a peak situated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the mouth of Guanabara Bay on a peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean. Rising 396 m above the harbor. Scenes like you've never seen. Dont worry there are cable cars for this one.


Hike the Tijuca Rainforest

Poncho? ✔️ Boots? ✔️

 Ride through Tijuca National Park's rainforest in an open-top Jeep during this half-day trip from Rio. During the guided eco-tour, hike through the forest to spot sloths, butterflies, monkeys, and birds. Enjoy panoramic views from Vista Chinesa (Chinese View) and marvel at the fact that this section of the Mata Atlântica (Atlantic Forest) is just 10 minutes outside the city limits.


Ipanema and Copacabana

Relax in the waters of the Ipanema and copacabana beaches. Sounds good after a long day doesn't it?



What real football is to us, Fake football, otherwise known as soccer is to Brazilians.

Marcana is one of the most famous football pitches in history. Take a trip to one of the most famous stadiums in the world.


Sao Paulo


Rua Oscar Frierie

Teens will get a chance to unwind and enjoy shopping and entertainment along Rua de Oscar Friere, a Treeline road surrounded by shops, cafes street entertainment. 


Sunrise in a Hot Air Baloon 

Yup, you read that ride. Enjoy a beautiful view of Boltuvia as we glide through the beautiful 

sunrise in a hot air balloon! 


Horseback riding

Giddyup! We are coming to town. See the beautiful sights of Brazil but this time on horseback!


Beco do batman

Snap! Take out those cameras as we walk through this incredible alley filled with street art from local artists.


Shabbat camping style!

It’s been a long week, we will take a moment to disconnect to reconnect to the wonderful world around us, a delicious Shabbat meal. Singing, storytelling and so much more. All in a camping environment.


Experience a Brazilian Soccer Game

GOOOOOOOOOOAL!!!  Facepaint and cheering. A soccer experience like no other! 



Sao Paulo is known for their delicious kosher cuisine, over the trip we will have the opportunity to visit many of these establishments!


Iguazu Falls


Declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1984, Iguazu Falls is often revered as the world’s most spectacular waterfall. Situated on the border of the Brazilian state, Parana, and the Argentine province of Misiones, Iguazu Falls spans 1.7 miles (2.7km) in width, and features 275 individual waterfalls, with heights ranging from 196-270ft (60-82m). The name ‘Iguazu’ is loosely translated from the indigenous Guarani language as “big water”. Unsurprisingly, former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, reportedly exclaimed “Poor Niagara” upon seeing Iguazu Falls for the first time. Iguazu Falls is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular treasures of our natural world.