The 5th largest country in the world, Brazil is almost a continent itself, stretching across nearly half of South America. From its old-growth tropical forests, home to the powerful Amazon River, to the impressive Iguazu falls and the Pantanal tropical wetlands, Brazil is a place where to experience nature’s wonders and paradise-like beaches. Smiling Brazilians, samba music at every street corner and refreshing caipirinhas will surely add great value to your trip

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Best time to travel

  • Brazil as a whole: between April and May and from August to November
  • Rio de Janeiro and Southern Brazil: June to September
  • Salvador de Bahia: from September to mid-December
  • Iguaçu waterfalls: from July to October and from February to April
  • Northeast: from September to mid-December
  • Amazon Rainforest: from June to October (dry season)
  • Pantanal: from April to October (dry season)

Places to see

  • Amazon Rainforest and River
  • Belo Horizonte
  • Brasilia
  • Chapada Diamantina National Park
  • Curitiba
  • Fernando de Noronha
  • Florianopolis
  • Iguaçu waterfalls
  • Ilha Grande
  • Lençóis Maranhenses National Park
  • Ouro Preto
  • Olinda
  • Pantanal
  • Paraty
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Salvador da Bahia
  • São Paulo
  • The Route of Emotions

Useful info

Language: Brazilian Portuguese

Calling code: +55


  • Power sockets: type N
  • Standard voltage: 127 / 220 V
  • Standard frequency: 60 Hz

Currency: Brazilian real – BRL

Time zone: Rio de Janeiro region: GMT – 3 (3 different time zones in the country)

Direct flights to Rio de Janeiro Galeão International Airport (GIG): 

  • From Atlanta (ATL): 10h00
  • From Amsterdam (AMS): 11h15
  • From Casablanca (CMN): 8h45
  • From Dubai (DXB): 14h00
  • From Frankfurt (FRA): 11h20
  • From Houston (IAH): 10h35
  • From Lisbon (LIS): 9h40
  • From London (LHR/LGW): 11h20
  • From Madrid (MAD): 10h15
  • From Miami (MIA): 8h55
  • From New York (JFK): 10h10
  • From Paris (CDG): 11h05 
  • From Porto (OPO): 9h55
  • From Rome (FCO): 11h05
  • From Zurich (ZRH): 11h15

Recommended vaccines:

No vaccines are compulsory to enter Brazil. However, we do recommend you to ask your doctor in advance (3 months) for medical advice on the following vaccinations.

  • Routine vaccines:
    • measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine
    • diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine (DTP)
    • varicella (chickenpox) vaccine
    • polio vaccine
    • flu shot
  • Hepatitis A
  • Typhoid Fever 
  • Yellow Fever 

Entry/exit requirements:

General formalities:

Make sure you comply with Brazilian immigration laws on arrival in the country. You must satisfy the Federal Police (the Brazilian immigration authority) of your intended purpose of visit. You will need to be able to demonstrate that you have enough money for the duration of your stay, and provide details of your accommodation and evidence of return or onward travel.

On arrival, you'll receive an entry stamp and complete an arrival card, which has a carbon copy. The entry stamp or carbon copy must be presented to immigration authorities on departure. If you have neither, you'll need a police report (for a stolen passport) or evidence of your arrival in Brazil (airline tickets).

If you intend to leave Brazil and return during your trip, make sure that you get an exit stamp in your passport from Brazilian immigration when you depart.


Passport: Valid passport for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Brazil.

Tourist visa: E-visa required starting from April 10th 2024.


Passport: Valid passport for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Brazil.

Tourist visa: E-visa required starting from April 10th 2024.


If you are travelling to Brazil through the United States of America, including Honolulu, you'll need to meet US entry/transit requirements, even if transiting. 

Passport: Valid passport for at least 6 months from the date you intend to return to Australia.

Tourist visa: E-visa required starting from April 10th 2024.


Passport: Valid passport for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Brazil.

Tourist visa: Not required for stays of 90 days or less in a 365-day period.

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