Bodies of Water of Brazil

Guanabara Bay (Brazil)

Guanabara Bay is a picturesque bay of the Atlantic Ocean, located in southeast Brazil, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. On its western shore lies the cities of Rio de Janeiro and Duque de Caxias, and on its eastern coast, the towns of Niterói and São Gonçalo. More than 130 islands dot the bay.

Guaraní Aquifer: Navigating the Depths of South America's Vital Aquifer System

The Guaraní Aquifer System (GAS) is a colossal underground reservoir, weaving beneath the South American territories of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Named in homage to the Guaraní peoples who once inhabited a significant portion of its expanse, this hydrogeological marvel has garnered global attention for its sheer size and critical role in sustaining life across the region.

The Beni and Mamoré Rivers: Bolivia's Lifelines

The Beni and Mamoré Rivers, coursing through the heart of Bolivia, are lifelines for both nature and civilization. They shape the landscape and provide sustenance to countless communities along their banks. From their origins in the rugged Andean slopes to their convergence into the mighty Madeira River at Bolivia's northeastern border, these rivers tell a story of resilience, biodiversity, and cultural richness.