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Once you have your passport in hand, you’ll now need to obtain your Brazilian tourist visa. Brazil requires a visa of U.S. citizens because the U.S. initiated the requirement of Brazilian residents requiring a visa to visit the U.S.
The visa is not a separate booklet like a passport, but rather a stamp that is affixed inside your passport (see image at right). When you book your trip with us, we’ll provide you with complete instructions on how to apply for this.
Until that process occurs, perform a Google search for Brazilian Consulate Offices and determine which office handles the particular state you reside in.
We’ve consulted with a good friend, who happens to be a physician and a serious peacock bass angler, with many years of experience fishing in the Brazilian Amazon watershed.
We will be sending you our recommendations for what medical precautions you’ll need to take prior to your trip, which includes innoculations and medication to prevent malaria.
Projeto do Roteiro
- Tourist Visa
- Flight Ticket