Rio is a huge city and a great way to see everything it has to offer is on a tour of Rio de Janeiro. We offer a wide-range of Rio de Janeiro sightseeing tours that will take you through the ins and outs of this vibrant city -- these are no regular Rio de Janeiro tours! See below for the latest Rio de Janeiro bike, walking, cultural, and favela tours.
from 4 reviews
Length: 4 hours From USD 62.00
When you've had enough of the sizzling bods and football heroics of the beach scene, join this Rio de Janiero tour which will take you on a retreat up to the classic locale of Santa Teresa for some arts, culture, history, and architecture.
Corcovado, Christ Statue and Favela tour
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Length: 4 hours From USD 99.00
Visit three of Brazil's most heavy hitting icons in one day on this Rio de Janiero tour. 1. Christ the Redeemer. 2. Favelas 3. Corcovado. This could just be the ultimate, big city travel hack!
Total Rio Tour - Full Day Rio de Janeiro Tour
from 13 reviews
Length: 8 hours From USD 156.00
Don't know what to do with a full day in Rio? How does a visit to Christ the Redeemer, time at a favela, and a ride on Rio's last remaining tram sound? Join this Rio de Janeiro tour to see the world-famous diversity of Brazil's second largest city.
Favela Tour Experience
from 3 reviews
Length: 2 hours to 2.5 hours From USD 45.00
The favelas of Rio are well known for all the wrong reasons. Join this Rio de Janeiro tour to see this area which never makes it into the tourist brochures but is full of life, diversity, history, and community.
Rio de Janeiro Urban Adventures team are “Cariocas”, or Rio locals, who are passionate about their city and the local lifestyle of natural happiness and outgoing social experiences. People from Rio are very active and the team has created adventurous options on their Rio de Janeiro day tours for travellers to get in touch into Rio’s way of life.
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