Brazil World Cup Tours Unveiled by Adventure Life for 2014

Soccer fans across the globe are eagerly anticipating the 2014 World Cup, and many will be traveling to Brazil for the event. As a leader in international travel, Adventure Life created World Cup Tours in order to meet the resulting demands. During such a huge event, the company wanted to offer travelers assistance and access that would otherwise be difficult to arrange.

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We have been receiving requests for World Cup trips for well over a year now.

Missoula, MT (PRWEB) February 17, 2014

Following the FIFA 2014 lottery for tickets to the 2014 World Cup, Adventure Life designed tour options that allow a combination of soccer viewing and vacation. This World Cup itinerary is designed to be customized according to individual traveler game tickets and personal preferences. Bookings in three star accommodations cannot be made until March 2014 due to FIFA’s contract agreement with Brazil hotels. However, Adventure Life will arrange those details as soon as possible. See the details of the tour here: http://www.adventure-life.com/tours/brazilian-world-cup-2014-3877/.

“We have been receiving requests for World Cup trips for well over a year now,” said general manager Jonathan Brunger. “Developing them has proved to be challenging due to the lack of information offered by FIFA regarding the final match locations.”

FIFA did finally announce the location for the 64 scheduled matches, which you can see here: http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/matches/index.html. The quarter finals matches will be taking place in Fortaleza, Salvador, Brasilia, and Rio de Janeiro, the semi-finals will be hosted in Belo-Horizante and Sao Paulo, and the final match will be in Rio de Janiero on July 13, 2014.

“These packages will include hotel stays, city tours, transfers to and from the stadiums on game days, as well as optional extensions to nearby locations, such as the Pantanal or Amazon rainforest,” continued Brunger. “However, travelers will need to obtain their match tickets on their own.”

For more information on this World Cup tour or other destinations in Brazil, visit http://www.adventure-life.com/brazil or call 800-344-6118.

About Adventure Life
Adventure Life is a company of travelers with a passion for sharing the world with others. Our travel experience runs deep, from years volunteering in rural Africa and Central America, to research trips in Asia, studying in Europe, guiding in the Rockies, and just bouncing around every corner of the world. This deep experience is the reason behind our pioneering approach to travel and award winning itineraries. For nearly fifteen years we have been creating personal itineraries that immerse our travelers in the vibrant colors of a place, leaving both our guests and hosts enriched by the experience. From our beginnings as a Latin America specialist, we now offer private journeys, small group tours, and expedition voyages throughout the world. We pride ourselves on our intimate knowledge of our destinations and our dedication to sharing the world.


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