The story of Guilherme Paulus should be taught to every Brazilian, as well everyone else in the world. In a sovereign nation with an alarmingly high percentage of people living in poverty, Guilherme Paulus is a beacon of light. His business, CVC Brazil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A., proves that Brazil is full of potential when it comes to prosperity, job growth, business smarts and economic growth. Read more about Guilherme Paulus at crunchbase.
Guilherme Paulus is proud to say that he has built a wealth of hotels and resorts that are top quality. Each hotel and resort has a different feel. For example, Wish Natal is for those who wish to look out over the Atlantic Ocean. Wish Natal is located on a part of the Atlantic Ocean that appears tropical, with water that is light blue. It doesn’t look lackluster like in the places of the world up north. If you live in such a place where the ocean is lackluster, or where there are no ocean waters, Wish Natal is the perfect place to be. On average, the temperatures are warm/hot all year long. The average high temperatures are in the 80s, while the average low temperatures are in the 70s. There is very little variation in the temperatures.
St. Andrew’s Mountain can be described as the polar opposite of Wish Natal. For those who crave a mountain experience, St. Andrew’s Mountain is the place to be. The hotel is located in an area with temperate weather that is relatively warm throughout the year—compared to other parts of the world that commonly get colder. Interestingly, in Gramado the warmest month is January and the coolest month is July. On average, it doesn’t get too hot or too cold in the area; the average coolest temperatures are in the late 40s and the average highest temperatures are in the late 80s. It’s a great place for those who like mild weather.
Guilherme Paulus has tapped into the fact that Brazil is so full of different landscapes and climates by building hotels and resorts in different regions. He knows that people have different desires about what types of environments they want to be in.