We have put together a set of questions and answers which we hope will give you confidence when travelling to Brazil.
Are the borders open? If so, what are the entry requirements?
Yes, Brazil’s borders are open, except for those coming from the UK. All travellers must provide a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before boarding. Travellers are also required to fill in a health declaration form.
Where will I need to wear a mask? Will I be provided with one in case I forget mine?
Masks are mandatory during transfers, tours and in the common areas at hotels. Spare masks will be provided during transfers and tours.
What protocols do hotels have to follow to keep us safe?
Thorough sanitizing methods, mandatory use of masks for all guests and employees in the common areas, social distancing, and regular temperature checking.
Are restaurants open? Shops? Nightclubs? What are the protocols they have to follow?
This varies throughout Brazil. Please get in touch for specifics.
Is there any sort of curfew?
Will vehicles be regularly disinfected? Will I have to wear a mask during transfers?
Yes, vehicles will be regularly disinfected. Masks are required during transfers.
Will I be tested for Covid throughout my trip? Will my guides be regularly tested?
You won’t be regularly tested but we can organise this if required. Our guides aren’t regularly tested.
What will happen if I test positive whilst on the trip? Where will I have to stay?
If you start having symptoms of Covid-19, we will arrange for you to have a test. If you test positive, our team will assist you with extending your stay. You will need to remain in your hotel but services will be limited to your room.