Guilherme Paulus Exposes Patrons To The Greatest Parts of Brazil

Brazil is considered to be one of the most “megadiverse”countries in the world when it comes to plant and animal species. There is a lot of biodiversity in every country, but not every country can be biodiverse to the extent of Brazil. This is because of the fact that Brazil is such a huge country, as well as the fact that a plethora of landscapes and weather climates exist within the political borders of the country. For example, there are regions of Brazil where there are mountains, pine trees and weather that gets snowy and freezing. On the other hand, you get tropical rain forests and hot beaches that never, ever, get cold. The United States resembles Brazil in this aspect because there is a huge variety of environments. Read this article by Guilherme Paulus at Forbes

Brazil also mirrors the United States of America because of the fact that it has been a destination for immigrants all over the world for hundreds of years. The result is a population that shows immense ethnic diversity. It is not one of those places where only one ethnic group that has been there for hundreds or thousands of years is the majority. However, unlike the United States, there is a higher prevalence of people with native blood, and there are still a lot of tribes in existence who still live their traditional lifestyles. Tribal people people did not die out to the same extent in Brazil as they did in the United States.

All of this ethnic diversity, as well as the megadiversity of nature, makes Brazil into a highly desirable place to be. Guilherme Paulus, a native of the wonderful country, knew about these positive aspects of his beloved country. With the help of a politician, Guilherme Paulus established CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens, S.A., in 1972. Guilherme Paulus has constructed places to stay in areas that expose patrons to the best, most unique parts of the country. Patrons who say in the places that Guilherme Paulus built can experience sun, snow, beaches and mountains.