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CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR:
Rio's dress style is casual in almost all circumstances. If in doubt, ask your guide.
It is also good to keep in mind that the state has geographical diversities. Factors, such as sea proximity, the mountain chains, the vegetation and the altitude cause climate variations in the several regions.
Iguassu Falls : as one of the city’s with largest temperature amplitude in Brazil, has very hot and rainy summers and winters with temperatures that get close to zero degrees Celsius. These characteristics make the city’s climate subtropical humid.
It is better to bring heavy clothes during the Brazilian winter.
Salvador : It is a city that's between the sun and the ocean and the climate is similar to Rio. To soften the heat there is a constant gentle breeze. The city has a typical tropical climate since it is located between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Equator. The average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius (76 degrees Fahrenheit) and the climate is hot and humid. Although it is hot, you always have the waters of the Bay of All Saints to refresh.
Amazon : The water level during September, October, November and December is low - dry period. We suggest to bring a light raincoat / hat, swim suit, binoculars, sufficient film, sun block, T-shirts, long sleeve shirt, sweatshirt or sweater, pants and shorts, jeans or track suits, tennis shoes or hiking boots, mosquito repellent, flashlight, personal medicine, cigarette (if you are a smoker), a good book/magazine, sunglasses and a great sense of humor.