Exclusive Package for Rio de Janeiro Carnival

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Dehouche Rio Carnival Tour Package - Luxury Villa

With January behind you, it is definitely time to start thinking about fun in the sun, and Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is just the ticket. Have you always wanted to experience the samba beats, beautiful dancers and continuous party atmosphere of one of the most vibrant and exciting events on the planet, but were somewhat deterred by the idea of crowds and stress? Dehouche is still offering a tailor-made package for Carnival, with a few days kicking back on a beautiful beach afterwards to leave you in top shape for returning home.

For the first five days you will be guests at a beautiful, luxury boutique hotel high up in the hills of Santa Teresa. Located in the heart of the bohemian neighborhood in Rio, this luxury hotel offers the utmost comfort and an alternative atmosphere for those who don’t want to be surrounded by revellers all day long.

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March 2011

With numerous art galleries and some of the most mouth-watering restaurants in town, everything you need is right on your doorstep. The hotel itself leaves nothing to be desired; infinity pool, boutique spa and award winning restaurant for a little down time between dancing at one of the many bohemian parties that have turned this neighborhood into the place where well-heeled cariocas now head to experience the authentic spirit of Carnival.

On a hill slightly above the packed main drags, Santa Teresa allows you to enjoy a more authentic carnival experience, with the local residents celebrating and performing in smaller, more intimate celebrations, known as ‘blocos’, which are far less hectic than the Sambadrome and the madness of downtown Rio.

The days following the celebrations are known as the ‘Resaca do carnival’: Carnival’s Hangover by the locals. This is the period where the country takes a few well deserved days of rest, and there is no place better than the beautiful beachside town of Buzios, favoured haunt of Bridget Bardot.

Laze away the mornings gazing out to sea, beside the roof top pool at Dehouche’s favourite boutique pousada, Casas Brancas. Tucked away at the end of the cobbled streets of ‘Rua das Pedras’ and ‘Orla Bardot’ this beachside retreat oozes sophistication and boasts its own nearby beach club Rocka, a hidden gem where the Brazilian glitterati head on their time off. Picture a beautiful horseshoe bay and large white lounger beds, succulent seafood, crisp white wine and the kind of sound track that makes you want to start the party all over again.

The hotel also has a fantastic spa for you to pamper yourself after a hard day exploring the many stunning coves in your own beach buggy, before taking an evening stroll through town, and dining under the stars at one of the town’s top restaurants. Head home with a brilliant tan and even brighter smile: Brazilian Carnival really does live up to its reputation.

Prices per person start from 2,620 EUR per person; This includes the carnival package at a 5 star hotel, all private transfers, beach buggy hire and a 24 hour concierge service.


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