Is June a good time to visit Brazil? Yes, June is a great time for the Route of Emotions. The rains have filled the lagoons, the skies are blue and temperatures agreeable. Jericoacoara might still get some rain though.
June is great for the canyons of Aparados da Serra due to good visibility, but it is a cold time to spend on the beach in santa Catarina and rio Grande do Sul.
June is a great time to visit the colonial towns in the state of Minas Gerais. Nights are chilier so a jumper would come handy. The skies are blue and it is wonderful to discover the historic places in a good weather.
June temperatures around Rio de Janeiro are between 19-25°C. It is a fantastic month to explore the city. The temperature is more agreeable at this time of year, and the air a little more ‘fresh’ than in the summer months. You can get some rains at this time, but it is easy enough to plan around them.
June is perfect for Costa Verde, Paraty, Ilha Grande and beaches around Rio and Sao Paulo. Explore this beautiful area, with warm seas and fresh air.
June is hot and humid in Bahia, Pernambuco, Fernando de Noronha and other states of the north-east and probably not the best month to visit, push your trip towards July when it starts to be drier.
The Amazon is heading into a drier season, making wildlife spotting easier. But, some activities are available only in the wet season, such as exploring the ’varzeas’. However, you can embark on hikes and horse-riding, as well as walking safaris.
June is excellent time to track wildlife in the Pantanal. The heavier rains and flooding passed, wildlife congregate around the riverbanks. Explore the rivers and the land, looking for everything from jaguars and capybaras. Birding is great, as always. It is one of the best months to spot the jaguar, actually.
June is not in peak season for Iguazu Falls, and the water may not be as impressive as during the other times of the year when rainfall is heavier. You can, however, explore the numerous trails (mainly on the Argentinean side), with some incredible wildlife. Expect blue skies.