The Federative Republic of Brazil (República Federativa do Brasil) is the largest and most populous country in South America, and fifth largest in the world. Spanning a vast area between central South America and the Atlantic Ocean, it is the easternmost country of the Americas and it borders Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and the French department of French Guiana. In fact, it borders every South American nation except for Ecuador and Chile. Named after brazilwood (pau-brasil), a tree highly valued by early colonists, Brazil is home to both extensive agricultural lands and rain forests. Exploiting vast natural resources and a large labor pool, it is South America’s leading economic power and a regional leader. As a former colony of Portugal, Portuguese is its official language.


At the moment we offer surfing holidays in Itacaré in the province of Bahia. However we will soon be offering surfing holidays in the south of Brazil as well. Watch this space for more Brazilian surf camps and surfing trips…


Suitable for all levels of surfers.
With its countless stunning palm beaches framed by Atlantic rainforest, warm water all year around, & some of the most consistent surf in Brazil, Itacaré is just the perfect place to learn or improve your surfing.

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Brazil has over 7000 kilometers of coastline so there are plenty of places for the intrepid surf traveller to explore. Brazil has a huge amount of different waves, good consistency and has surf to suit all skill levels. The best time for surfing in the south of Brasil is from April to October, most of the spots catch easterly to southerly swells produced in Antartica. From November to March, the north of Brazil catch the notherly swells. . The size of the waves can be anything from between 2 to 10ft, sometimes bigger – and there are spots that happily handle all sizes.

Warm water all year round, consistent surf, laid-back Afro-Brazilian culture, parties and amazing rain forests, Brazil has so much to offer.

Brazil by any other name…

Most countries of the world have different names in different languages. Some countries have also undergone name changes for political or other reasons. This list offers some of the alternative names for Brazil. It does not offer any opinion about what the «original», «official», «real», or «correct» name of Brazil is or was.

Danish: Brasilien | Dutch: Brazilië | English: Brazil | Finnish: Brasilia | French: Brésil | German: Brasilien | Greek: Vrazilía – Βραζιλία | Hungarian: Brazília | Italian: Brasile | Portuguese: Brasil | Spanish: Brasil | Swedish: Brasilien | Polish: Brazylia | Russian Бразилия | Arabic: البرازيل | Japanese: Burajiru – ブラジル | Mandarin Chinese: Bāxī – 巴西, Korean: Beurijil/Pŭrajil | Scots Gaelic: Braisil | Estonian, Võro: Brasiilia | Catalan, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish & Welsh: Brasil | Latin, Romansh: Brasilia | Icelandic: Brasilía | Afrikaans: Brasilië | Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Serbian: Brazil | Hebrew: ברזיל | Urduٗ: Brāzīl – برازیل | Hindi, Marathi: Brāzīl – ब्राज़ील | Maltese: Brażil | Albanian: Brazili | Romanian: Brazilia | Hungarian, Slovak: Brazília | Czech: Brazílie, | Lithuanian, Slovene: Brazilija | Latvian: Brazīlija | Bulgarian, Russian: Brazilija – Бразилия | Esperanto: Brazilo | Lower Sorbian: Brazilska | Belarusian: Brazylija – Бразылія | Turkish: Brezilya | Gujarati: બ્રાજીલ | Armenian: Brazilia – Բրազիլիա | Thai: Brazil – บราซิล