Brazil Travel Guide

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How my time in Brazil changed my life

With an overwhelming need to scratch my newly-acquired wanderlust itch, I set out on a six month solo backpacking trip in Brazil as soon as I finished high school.  During my Rotary Youth Exchange year, I had come to know many people from all over the world, including a large number of Brazilians. While in Brazil, I stayed in the homes of my friends, many of which were Rotarians, and so I had many opportunities to present at Rotary Clubs and participate in community projects. The people I met, the strife I witnessed, the beauty of the people and the culture, all set me down the path of my life’s work: to impact communities on the international stage.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: When is the best time to visit Brazil?
  • A: Brazil has a very diverse cultural calendar, geography, and regional climates, making it always a great time to visit Brazil.
  • Q: Is a visa required for US citizens?
  • A: Yes, a visa is required for US citizens to visit Brazil.
  • Q: Where else can I learn more about Brazil?
  • A: VisitBrasil.com is the official tourism site of Brazil

Get more detailed answers in this Brazil Travel Guide

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Special thanks to Embratur, which is part of the Brazilian Ministry of Tourism and which operates VisitBrasil.com. They have supplied me with images and marketing support for many of these posts about Brazilian destinations. All views expressed are solely my own and based on my personal experiences and independent research.

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