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Rainforest of Amazonas

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Amazon Rainforest

Cristian Dimitrius

The Amazon Rainforest is an immense area, covering 5.5 million square km (2.1 million square mi) of territory in South America.  Roughly 60% of the rainforest is situated in Brazil, with the balance spread around eight other countries.  In this stunning drone video, contributor Cristian Dimitrius give us an aerial tour of portions of this irreplaceable natural resource in Brazil and French Guyana.  The Amazon River is the world's largest source of freshwater apart from the Arctic icecaps.  

Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park, Goiás

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Cerrado the Brazilian Savanna | Chapada dos Veadeiros (4k)

Brazil's Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is one of the natural treasures of this giant South American country.  Created in 1961, its situated in Goiás, one of the country's main interior states.  Located about a three hour drive north of Brasilia, the park sits atop a plateau believed to be nearly 2 billion years old.  Known for its waterfalls and some of the earth's oldest rock formations, the park is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  You can see the stunning park from above in this excellent drone video from

Cruising the Amazon River

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Amazon in 4K - Sunset cruising

Exclusive Aerials

The immensity of the lower Amazon River in Brazil is such that even very large cruise ships can access it and cruise some ways up from its mouth on the Atlantic Ocean.  Given the lack of road infrastructure in this vast region, many travelers find that this is in fact the easiest and most comfortable way to see the storied Amazon rainforests.  In this video, contributor Exclusive Aerials was able to fly a drone over the cruise ship Crystal Serenity as it was cruising the mighty river at sunset.  

Massive Waterfall in Tocantins

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Cachoeira da Velha e Prainhas, Jalapão - Tocantins - Brasil


Here's an amazing drone video edit of a waterfall in the region of Jalapão deep in the interior of Brazil.  Jalapão is part of the state of Tocantins, the newest Brazilian state.  The state was created in the late 1980's when the northern half of lobbied to separate itself from the state of Goiás.  Though smaller than Goiás, it's still enormous, covering over 275k square km (about 107k sq. mi.) around the geographic center of this gigantic South American country.

Brazil's Federal District by Drone

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Hyperlapse mavic 2pro


Contributor and pilot AirVuzWeldas used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone to create this amazing aerial video of Brazil's Federal District. The Federal District is a quasi-state, similar to the status of the USA's District of Columbia.  It's located well in the interior of this immense country, completely surrounded by the states of Goias (from whose territory it was created) and Minas Gerais.  The District was created to be the home of Brasilia, which was chosen as the new capital city of the country in 1960, taking over that role from Rio de Janeiro.   

Pacaraima Mountains: Monte Roraima

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Top contributor and drone pilot DRONE DA MONTANHA created this beautiful aerial video of a well known mountain peak in northern Brazil in the state of Roirama.  Mount Roraima is the highest peak in a chain of mountains called the Pacaraima Mountains which runs through the northern part of Brazil plus parts of Venezuela and Guyana. Roirama reaches a peak elevation of about 2.8k above sea level (approximately 9.2k ft.)  The peak is situated near the point where the three countries come together.  

Cuiabá: Capital of Mato Grosso

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Aniversário de Cuiabá 299 Anos - Homenagem Drone Cuiabá 4K

drone cuiabá

Contributor and drone pilot Drone Cuiabá created this aerial video of Cuiabá, an important city in the interior of Brazil.  It's the capital of Mato Grosso, one of the states which makes up the Center-West region of the country.  Like many of the cities of interior Brazil, it was founded during a gold rush, in the early 18th century.  With a metropolitan population of almost a million, it's one of the largest cities in interior Brazil.  The area surrounding it is one of the richest agricultural regions of the country.  

Ultramodern Brasilia

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Brasília -DF

TM Drone

Contributor DM Drone created this fascinating aerial video of Brasilia, Brazil's planned capital city.  Located in the country's interior, Brasilia was built beginning in the mid-1950's, taking over as capital from Rio de Janeiro in 1960.  As the federal capital, in the course of just a few decades it's emerged as the country's #3 city, after Sao Paulo and Rio.  The video highlights some of the city's landmarks, including the National Stadium, Cathedral of Brasília, the National Congress and the JK Bridge.

Goiás: Caiapônia

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Top contributor and drone pilot DRONE DA MONTANHA created this spectacular aerial video of a beautiful spot in the Brazilian state of Goiás.  Goiás is part of the Center-West Region of the country.   The area shown in the video is near the town of Caiapônia, which lies in the southwestern region of the state.  The area features a mix of spectacular natural sites like waterfalls, and it's also one of the country's important agricultural regions, home to vast soybean fields.  

Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge

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Triatlon. Mavic 2pro


Contributor AirVuzWeldas used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone to create this video of a well known bridge in the interior of Brazil.  The Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge, named after a former Brazilian president, spans the artificial Paranoá Lake in the country's capital city Brasilia.  Completed in 2002, the bridge has a length of 1.2k meters (about 3.9k ft.).  The design is distinguished by four assymetrical steel arches.  It's one of the most well known landmarks in Brasilia, now Brazil's third largest city.  

Cuiabá: Center of Brazilian Agriculture

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Here's an awesome aerial tour of the Brazilian interior city of Cuiabá, compliments of contributor and drone pilot G4DRONE.  The capital of the state of Mato Grasso, it's one of the most important cities in the Center-West region of this gigantic South American country.  It's considered one of the most important cities in the heart of Brazilian agricultural lands.  Here, massive soybean fields and massive cattle herds provide a critical source of protein for hungry mouths around the world.  

Palmas: Capital of Tocantins

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Palmas, a 30 years old city in the center of Brazil

Esteban Clua

When the Brazilian state of Tocantins was created in the late 1980's out of territory which had been part of Goiás, the new state needed a new state capital.  Following the example of the planned federal capital of Brasilia (also born of Goiás territory, beginning in the 1950's), the city of Palmas was founded for this purpose in 1990.  Situated near the exact center of Tocantins, it's also now the largest city in Brazil's 27th state.  You can see it from a bird's eye view in this drone video by Esteban Clua.  

Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul

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Rio Sucuri Bonito MS


Check out this beautiful video from the interior of Brazil, compliments of contributor and drone pilot Fernandoperesphotos.  It's an area near the town of Bonito, in the western part of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul.  Mato Grosso do Sul (abbreviated as "MS") is one of the three states (plus the Federal District) which make up the gigantic West Central region of the country.  The area filmed is on the Rio Sucuri, one of the attractions that's helping to create a thriving ecotourism business here.  

Tocantin's Jalapão Microregion

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Morro do Gorgulho (Morro Vermelho) - Jalapão - Brasil


Check out this drone video of some stunning rock formations deep in the interior of Brazil, compliments of contributor victorvideomaker.  The giant sandstones are located in a "microregion" called Jalapão in Tocantins, Brazil's newest state.  For a microregion, Jalapão is still quite large - it covers about 34k square km (around 13k square mi.).  With its towering rocks, sand dunes, and numerous streams, Jalapão was used as a filming location for the 18th season of the Survivor reality TV series.  

Brasilia: Capital of Brazil

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Brasilia - A View From Above

PT2EBR Tiuks Ferve

Here's a mini-tour of the Brasilian capital city Brasilia, compliments of PT2EBR Tiuks Ferve.  Located in the interior of this gigantic country, Brasilia was essentially constructed as a clean-slate capital city beginning in the 1950's.  In 1960, it replaced Rio de Janeiro as the country's national capital.  Located in its own Federal District which is part of the Center-West Region of the country.  With a metropolitan population of about 4.3 million as of 2018, it's the country's third largest city.