Are you planning to visit Brasil during the summer Olympics? Brasil is the Portuguese spelling for the country we know as Brazil. It’s the fifth largest country in population and size. It’s also the largest country that speaks Portuguese as its official language. It will be the host nation for the 2016 summer Olympics.
Brasil has amazing natural and man-made views. Using your drone, you should find it easy to aerial film the following sites during your visit.
Seven Attractions to Film Using Your Drone in Brasil
1) The Amazon River
Amazon River is the world’s longest river. It’s also the largest by volume. It has over 3000 species of fish. 60% of the Amazon Rainforest is in this country. This rain forest represents over half of the world’s remaining tropical rain forests. You should also know it’s the largest and most diverse of tropical rain forests. This scenery will provide you with fantastic aerial views that you can shoot with your drone.
2) Pantanal Swamp
If you are a fun of wildlife, Pantanal swamp is another place you should visit in Brasil. It is home to plenty of wildlife, for example, it hosts the world’s largest Jaguar population. This vast wetland blessed with natural beauty is one place you can carry out incredible aerial video shooting.
3) Salvador Beaches
Salvador is one place that you should not fail visit. That’s because of its vibrant music scenes and fantastic beaches that originate from calm inlets. You will enjoy swimming, sailing, and diving. If you enjoy surfing, its open sea inlets with high waves will impress you. It reef surrounded beaches that form natural pools are also ideal for children.
4) The Iguazu Falls
Iguazu waterfalls offer you eye-catching spots for your filming scenery. It is complicated waterfall layers that cascade down each other offer you beautiful videos of roaring water that drown below the forest canopy.
5) Sugarloaf Mountain
Sugarloaf Mountain is located in Rio de Janeiro state in Brasil at the mouth of the Guanabara Bay. It rises to 396 feet and resembles a mass of refined sugar bread. Navigators use it to identify the Guanabara Bay. During your visit to Brasil, you can use cable cars to access its top. You can then use your drone to capture its surrounding breathtaking scenes.
6) Christ the Redeemer Statue
Christ the Redeemer statue is one of most popular tourist attractions in Brasil. Located in Rio de Janeiro, it rises to 98 feet high on the Peak of Corcovado Mountain. You should visit this world famous icon during the summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro to enjoy its view.
7) Rio Carnival
The Rio Carnival is a famous carnival celebration in Brasil. During its four-day festivities, you can join over half a million tourists and two million locals to celebrate this festival. They party in streets and squares, restaurants and restaurants. Its climax is the Rio Samba Parade, at the Sambadrome that brings out the best of Brasil culture.
How to Use Your Drone during Your Brasil Visit
1)When setting out to use your drone in Brasil, you should make sure your drone equipment is in sound condition, for example, your remote control, camera, Smartphone or tablet are charged. Make sure your drone is not damaged and remember to carry spare parts. Find out about your mode of transport to your location.
2)Another factor to consider is the weather and time. Sunrise and sunset hours are the best when using your drone for aerial filming. Clear and cloudy weather days are also ideal for aerial filming. The wind conditions should be minimal. Rainy days are not perfect for aerial filming as water damages your drones’ electronic components.
3)Avoid dangerous drone use, for example, trying to shoot in dense or woody rainforest might lead to your drone crashing. That’s because you can’t control it well in this conditions.
4)Check the local regulations as some areas have rules that do not allow aerial filming.
Using the above guide, you should have an exciting time filming while visiting Brasil. Keep in mind that you should use your drone in a way that does not risk injury to others or yourself. Check amateurs de drones on Facebook or Twitter to know more!