Rio Tour Cruise Ships – Full-Day Tour with BBQ Lunch

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Rio de Janeiro Full-Day Private Tour with BBQ Lunch at Assador Rio´s
Christ Statue and Sugar Loaf
Duration: 10 hours
Entrance Fees and Amazing BBQ Lunch Included
Port Terminal Pick Up & Drop off 
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Rio Tour Cruise Ships

Rio de Janeiro Full-Day Private Tour with BBQ Lunch @ Top-Notch Assador Rio´s – Christ Statue, Sugar Loaf, Old Rio & Beaches – 10-Hour Duration

Rio Tour Cruise Ships 

Group Sizes / Vehicles  
1 Passenger /
Sedan or SUV – 
Confirmed & Available
2 Passengers / Sedan or SUV – Confirmed & Available
3-5 Passengers / 10-Passenger Van
6-9 Passengers / 16-Passenger Van
10-16 Passengers / 26-Passenger Minibus
17-27 Passengers / 46-Passenger Bus
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Join other fellow cruisers! DoBrazilRight will be in charge of organizing all Groups together, please let us know your Group Size preference! 

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08Jan23 – Sunday – 9am Pick Up – Oceania Marina Passengers – Larger Groups Not Confirmed Yet – Please fill out the form at the bottom of the Page 
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04Mar23 – Saturday – 9am Pick Up – Oceania Insignia Passengers – Larger Groups Not Confirmed Yet – Please fill out the form at the bottom of the Page
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PICK UP IN FRONT OF PASSENGERS TERMINAL 4 EXIT – Guide(s) will be holding a Sign written DOBRAZILRIGHT FULL DAY TOUR

 

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Duration: 10 Hours
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1st Stop – Selaron Stairways – Located on an unassuming backstreet of Rio de Janeiro, a few blocks from Cinelandia metro station, tucked away behind bars, restaurants, and homes, lies the unexpected explosion of color and creativity known as the Selaron Stairs (or Escadaria Selaron in Portuguese). This fanciful creation sprung directly from the imagination of Chilean Jorge Selaron, as a “tribute to the Brazilian people” in the words of the artist. The visit will last approx. 15 minutes.

 

2nd Stop – Cinelandia Square – One of the most important squares in the city. It doesn’t have the same fame anymore as it had a hundred years ago when it was called the Broadway of Rio, but historically it has had a great impact on the development of the city. In the colonial period, the square was simply the area that housed the “Ajuda Convent” built for women in 1750. The most significant buildings in the area that remain in the square today are the Teatro Municipal (Municipal Theater), Biblioteca Nacional (Brazilian National Library), Palacio Pedro Ernesto (City Hall), Tribunal Superior (Higher Court), and the nearby Museu Nacional de Bela Artes (The National Museum of Fine Arts). Most of the buildings’ façades and interiors reflect the French Beaux-Arts architectural style, a design that was considered symbolic of Rio de Janeiro’s modernization. The visit will last approx. 10 minutes.

 

3rd Stop – Christ Statue – An art deco statue located on top of Corcovado Hill, 709 meters above sea level, in Tijuca National Park, overlooking most of Rio de Janeiro, granting the most beautiful views of the city. In 2007, it was informally selected as one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Pre-Scheduled Train Tickets going up the Hill. Skip the line! The visit will last approx. 2 hours.
It´s very important all passengers are together in line so they can all catch the same return train, otherwise, it will cause an inconvenient delay. 

 

4th Stop – Assador Rio´s Steakhouse – The incredible view of Botafogo cove and Sugarloaf Mountain make Assador Rio´s steakhouse one of the most beautiful in the country. This authentic top-notch All-you-can-eat Brazilian BBQ Restaurant offers a vast buffet of salads and hot dishes, and a carvery of excellent meats served efficiently. Assador Rio´s has a US$50 value per person. Beverages and desserts are not included. Assador belongs to the same owners of Fogo de Chão although they serve better cuts and the location is also more upscale. Lunch will last approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Assador´s website – http://assador.com.br/

 

5th Stop – Sugarloaf Mountains – From Praia Vermelha, the visitants take the first tram links to the Urca hill, and from there, a second tram takes them to the top of the Sugar Loaf hill, 396 meters above sea level. Inaugurated in 1912, the little tram of the Sugarloaf was the first Brazilian cable car and the third in the world, linking the Urca hill to the Sugarloaf mountain. The peak of the two mountains reveals the gorgeous landscapes of the city, including Botafogo Bay, Copacabana Beach, and the entrance of Guanabara Bay. The visit will last approx.2 hours.

 

6th Stop – Copacabana Beach – Brazil´s most famous beach, Copacabana is located in the heart of the luxurious Zona Sul (South Zone) neighborhood. The beach is marked by Postos, or lifeguard stands, that offer changing rooms and restrooms for a small fee. Copacabana’s 2.5-mile stretch of sand runs from Posto 1 to Posto 6, where you’ll find a peninsula that houses the Historical Museum of the Army and Copacabana Fort.
Brimming with authentic eats, lavish accommodations, and the beautiful Avenida Atlantica sideway made of mosaic tiles, Copacabana Beach boasts much more than powdery sands. Recent visitors raved about the beach and said the people-watching is some of the best in the world. Passengers will have 30 minutes at Leisure.

 

7th Stop – Ipanema Beach (Arpoador) – Its sands mark the history of Bossa Nova music. Ipanema is among the favorite beaches of Cariocas for its charm and relaxation, world-renowned for the song “Girl from Ipanema”, by Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Morais. The beach is a meeting point for young residents and enchanted tourists. Ipanema has one of the highest square ft prices in the City of Rio and in Brazil.  The beach is used for the practice of various sports, in addition to being the stage for outdoor concerts. Cariocas and tourists usually sit on its sands, in the late afternoon, to chat and applaud the magnificent sunset. On Sundays, the lanes along the waterfront are closed until 6 pm for vehicles and free for the leisure of Cariocas. Walking distance to Copacabana Beach. Passengers will have approx. 50 minutes at Leisure.
6:30pm – Return to the Port 

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Rio Tour Cruise Ships

Included 

  • Round Trip Transportation from Rio de Janeiro Sea Port – Mauá Pier 
  • Certified & Dedicated Local English Speaking Tour Guide
  • All Sugar Loaf Cable Cars and Pre-Scheduled Christ Statue Train entrance tickets – US$50 value per person. 
  • Assador Rio´s Brazilian Steak House – Meal and 13% service fee included – Another US$50 value per person
  • This is a Private Service and can definitely be changed according to the Group´s preferences. Please feel free to make any suggestions. 

Not Included 
  • Beverages, Desserts, and 13% service fee on top of the Beverages and Desserts. 
  • Gratuities


Cancellation Policy 

30 Days in Advance or more – Fully Refundable 
From 29Days – 6 Days in Advance – 50% Refund + 50% Credit for Future Tours valid for an unlimited time.
From 5 Days in Advance or Less – Non-Refundable + 50% Credit for Future Tours valid for an unlimited time
Travel Insurance Highly Recommended 

 

Very Important, please read!!!

Tour might suffer some adjustments because of the Christ Statue Train Tickets, which during Cruise Ship Days, are not always available for the time we have previously scheduled for the Tour. For any adjustments, passengers will definitely be notified via email. Thank you for your comprehension. 

 

Rio Tour Cruise Ships

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04Mar23 – Oceania Insignia, 08Jan23 – Oceania Marina

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1 Passenger (Sedan or SUV), 2 Passengers (Sedan or SUV), 3-5 Passengers (10-Passenger Van), 6-9 Passengers (16-Passenger Van), 10-16 Passengers (26-Passenger Minibus), 17-27 Passengers (46-Passenger Bus)

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