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Live Virtual Tour of the Red Beach in Riode Janeiro with Neyla

Live Virtual Tour: Historic Guanabara Bay and the Red Beach of Rio de Janeiro

Red Beach (Praia Vermelha) is one of Rio’s smallest beaches but also one of the most scenic. Tucked inside a protective cove that keeps the waves at bay, the beach is covered in coarse sand with a slightly reddish hue. Flanked by the spires of Morro da Urca and Morro da Babilonia, Vermelha Beach offers ground-level views looking up at Sugarloaf Mountain.

We will visit Vermelha Beach, see typical Carioca beach life, and sample traditional foods eaten at the beach, before heading to the nearby historic residential neighborhood of Urca.

With our tour guide, Neyla, we will explore the history of the neighborhood and end the tour with a magnificent view of historic Guanabara Bay.

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Jan 04 2022


1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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  • Timezone: Asia/Singapore
  • Date: Jan 05 2022
  • Time: 4:00 am - 5:15 am




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Neyla Bontempo


Neyla Bontempo

Neyla is a local guide in Rio de Janeiro with over twenty years of experience who has built a vast experience in delivering custom-designed private tours. More than six hundred persons went out of their way to write an excellent review on TripAdvisor for her, need we say more ... Through her travels and living abroad in several countries, she has built up her language skills. Today, she speaks 4 languages fluently: Portuguese (her native language), Italian, Spanish, and English She can't wait to show you the famous sights as well as the hidden gems with the local flair of the Cariocas (a way to call local in the city of Rio de Janeiro)!

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