Forest New Year’s Eve
The best New Year’s Eve in Rio de Janeiro: Copacabana or Rio Forest Hostel The whole world has heard about the New Year’s Eve in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. But what about living that dream and spend too little on hosting? Yes, this is possible! Making your reservation in Rio Forest Hostel you will be...Read more
Discover Rio trails
Rio de Janeiro is a full plate for those who enjoy rappelling, rock climbing, hang gliding, and of course the trekking. Exploring the unknown is part of human nature, so why not surrender to the city and state natural beauties? Discovering Rio de Janeiro by top trails and being hosted on RioForest Hostel, you will...Read more
450 years of Rio and the party that is being a “carioca”
November at Rio de Janeiro With a rich historical, artistic, cultural and landscape repertoire, the Rio de Janeiro celebrates, in 2015, 450 years. This is time to celebrate the beauty of being a carioca. After all, there are four and half centuries of joy and authenticity; It deserves a full year celebration. November is coming,...Read more
Santa Teresa Tram
The region of the neighbourhood of Santa Teresa, where is located the RioForest Hostel, is beautiful by itself, but you will agree that the tram is a charm of its own! – The “Bondinho” as it is affectionately called, was opened in 1986 and became an icon of Santa Teresa. Last july it returned to circulate...Read more
Go to Rock in Rio and stay in Rio Forest Hostel Best Place to stay at Rio de Janeiro – in the heart of bohemia, surrounded by culture and tranquility
In 1985 the first major festival of rock in South America was born. The Rock in Rio is completing 30 years with worldwide musical attractions and editions in and out of Brazil. It couldn’t be otherwise, the tickets are sold out but if you are very lucky, you can get one at the extras sales....Read more
Carnaval is in Santa Teresa!
5 nights - Feb. 13 until Feb. 18th with 20% OFF....Read more
New Years in Rio? Come with your friends!
5 nights between Dec 29th - Jan 5th, 20% OFF...Read more
Take the trolley to Rio Forest Hostel and know Santa Teresa
In one of the earliest expansions of the city out of the initial settlements in the center, more precisely in the eighteenth century, the neighborhood of Santa Teresa took place in Rio using the same name as the convent. With its huge houses and mansions inspired by french architecture of the time, besides attracting many...Read more