Oi Tudo Bem? Indian and Chinese nationals should get used to hearing that phrase, as Brazil announced that they will be dropping visa requirements for both countries in the near future. The move comes as Brazil aims to make traveling the country easier and develop its tourism industry. Recently, Brazil made travel to the country visa free for American, Canadian and Japanese passport holders.

The news is still developing on whether travel to Brazil will be visa-free or a less restricted visa (like the visa on arrival or the eVisa) for Chinese and Indians nationals. We will update this post as soon as we find out.

Currently, Indian nationals can visit 29 countries visa free and the Chinese nationals can visit 38, so Brazil will make an amazing addition to the list. You can learn more about traveling internationally and visa free destinations for each country below.

Learn More About Brazil

Now that the visa requirements will change, what can Indian and Chinese nationals expect to enjoy when they visit the Pais Tropical!

Brazil is the most populous country in South America with more than 200 million people. The spoken language is Portuguese and the country itself is larger than the continental United States.

Now to the good stuff! Brazil has some of the best beaches and some of the most diverse and vibrant cities in the world. Top 3 things you should be doing when you visit are below:

1. Take a picture at Christ the Redeemer. This statue is in the centre of Rio de Janeiro and gives you a panoramic view of the the entire city. You'll also be able to see the beautiful mountains, the Atlantic Ocean and expansive cityscape.

Photo by Edgar Chaparro / Unsplash


2. Get splashed at Foz do Iguaçu! This waterfall in southern Brazil is one of the wonders of our world. As one of the largest waterfalls in the world, it stretches for 2.7km.

Photo by Thiago Sanchez / Unsplash


3. Visit the Amazon Rain Forest! The Amazon covers much of northwestern Brazil and is the world’s largest tropical rainforest, famed for its biodiversity. It’s crisscrossed by thousands of rivers, including the powerful Amazon.

Amazon Jungle, Amazonas, Brazil
Photo by Nathalia Segato / Unsplash

While our list is short and sweet, there are endless things to do in Brasil and there is never a bad time to go. We are definitely excited that more people will easily be able to enjoy this amazing country!


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