The state of São Paulo was first colonized by Martim Afonso de Souza, in 1532, when the vila of São Vicente was founded. In 1554, the Jesuits moved to the highland and Manuel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta established the seat of Captaincy of São Vicente, later known as São Paulo. From there, the "flags" departed: pioneering expeditions that headed towards the South, reaching Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, culminating in the discovery of gold in Minas Gerais, in 1693.
Paraíso Eco LodgeRibeirão Grande - Desde 2012
With a grandiose territorial spread, abundant rivers (the largest hydrographic basin in the world) and an exuberant and dense jungle that impresses everyone who visits this State, which is recognized as one of the greatest biological treasures still in existence.
Pousada Araras Eco LodgePantanal - Desde 2013
Pousada do ParqueChapada dos Guimarães - Desde 2013
Mato Grosso do Sul
In consonance with the environment, the region is made for those looking to submerge themselves in the wilderness of the Pantanal wetlands. The Roteiros de Charme, with its search for also balance between man and nature offers ecotourism and contemplation tourism.
Hotel Santa EsmeraldaBonito - Desde 2007
Located in the central Brazilian Plateau, between table-top mountains, canyons, depressions and valleys. The territory of Goiás, is rich in geomorphologic landscapes with ancient sedimentary crystalline lands, plateaus carved by erosion creating striking contrasts of singular beauty.
Pousada MayaChapada dos Veadeiros - Desde 2012
The first place trodden by Portuguese discoverers, in 1500, Bahia holds vestiges of its past struggles and glories, that cross the sugar cane and cocoa cycles and transform the state today into a colorful tapestry where the striking influence of African slaves is also appreciated through its exuberant gastronomy.
Hotel Vila dos OrixásMorro de São Paulo - Desde 2018
Land of the frevo rhythm and mamulengo puppets, Pernambuco combines the new and the historic in perfect harmony. Recife, crossed by the Capibaribe and Beberibe rivers, was founded in 1535; and declared a Natural and Cultural World Heritage in 1982. The colonial houses of Olinda are home to the liveliest street carnival in Brazil. Nearby, Jaboatão was the stage, in the 17th century, of the Battle of Guararapes, which brought an end to Dutch rule in the region.
Pousada Zé MariaFernando de Noronha - Desde 2006
Teju-Açu EcopousadaFernando de Noronha - Desde 2009
Having the balance between man and nature as guiding principle, the Roteiros de Charme offers the encounter of the jungle and waterways with Man, set on a stage of exuberantly alive fauna and flora. Great for the practice of ecotourism and contemplation tourism.