DMC & Incoming Tour Operator to Brazil and all of South America BIT 25 Years

Travel Needs

Check out the list of countries to see if you need a visa (European Union members don´t need one, but U.S. citizens do)

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Many airlines require you to reconfirm your flight home at least 72 hours before departure.

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Don´t forget your passport. Hold on to your copy of the white immigration form which you´ll need to give back when you leave the country.

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Check out the local voltage before you plug in any electrical equipment you may have brought with you. Since sockets are different, maybe bring an adapter with you.

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You can change money to Brazilian Reals in the hotel or, even better, use a bank ATM. Look out for the stickers which show which machines accept your bank card.

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Check out the opening times for shops so that you have time to buy your souvenirs. Banks have limited opening times, but ATMs are usually available 24 hours per day.

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Check with your travel agent to see if you have to pay airport tax when you leave the country. Often it´s included in your ticket.

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Brazil uses the metric system of weights and measures. We have some useful information for you if you´re not accustomed to this system.

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The new rules and regulation from the Official Navy Department demand that every passenger boarded on a boat needs to be in a passenger list containing full name, date of birth and nationality. Otherwise the transportation company will pay a fine and might be stopped apprehended, delaying the regular transfers. Please inform us of your details when making your booking request.

You are in a large city with abroad cross-section of social classes. Act carefully and stay alert as you would in any major city in the world.

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Under the Brazilian system you choose your operating company for every long-distance and international call you make. This helps the locals save money but can be confusing for visitors. Read our helpful hints.

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Everyday Brazilian food still includes many ingredients known to the indigenous Indians, mixed with others brought by the millions of slaves from Africa. Enjoy the feijoada (black-bean stew) accompanied by a caipirinha.

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When it´s Summer Time in the Northern Hemisphere, it´s winter here. Summer Time in Brazil is from October to February. You´d better take a look at our information.

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Find here our list of consulates and embassies of most countries.

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