- How to reach Brazil?
- Getting Around in Brazil
- Best Time to Visit Brazil
- Places to See in Brazil
- Things to Do in Brazil
- Places to Eat in Brazil
- Restaurants in Brazil
- Places to Stay in Brazil
Travelers traveling on international flights, whether Brazilian or foreign, must present written or electronic evidence of vaccination in Portuguese, English, or Spanish to the airline responsible for the aircraft prior to boarding.
Proof of vaccination does not apply to:
- any traveler with a health condition that contraindicates vaccination, as long as it is attested by a medical report;
- any traveler ineligible for vaccination due to age restrictions, in accordance with criteria defined by the Ministry of Health;
- any traveler coming into the country due to humanitarian issues;
- travelers from countries with low vaccination coverage, as defined by the Ministry of Health;
- Brazilians and foreigners residing in Brazilian territory who are not fully vaccinated;
- Travelers with the above exceptions must provide the airline responsible for the flight with a negative RT-PCR test taken 24 hours prior to boarding, in Portuguese, English, or Spanish.
Connecting Flights and Stopovers
A fresh RT-PCR test must be supplied if travellers are in transit in non-restricted regions for more than 24 hours.
All vaccinations must be recognized by the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA), the World Health Organization (WHO), or national authorities. AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Janssen, and CoronaVac are the vaccines used in Brazil.
How completing each course will be beneficial?
Completing each course will give you outstanding educational services to assist and improve your business and selling abilities.
Who is this course for?
- Travel Agents
- Travel Enthusiasts