These Brazilian travel tips are the largest and most complete anywhere on the Internet.They are intended to assist you in planning your trip to Brazil, make your journey more enjoyable and help you to make more informed decisions.

We've attempted to provide only the tried, true and most useful tips, dos and don'ts and information, however, they are not all inclusive nor do they presuppose any specific travel itinerary. Brazil is a vast country and there are many different Brazils within Brazil.

We're not a travel agency nor in any way affiliated with the Brazilian government and, therefore, cannot provide any recommendations about your individual travel plans nor offer any advice or information about obtaining a visa. Department of State information about traveling in Brazil as well as the U. Even the most basic understanding of the country's history, culture and people can go far in enriching your entire travel experience.

Brazil is more than a country, it is a To successfully plan any trip requires that you have sufficient information.

Many Brazilian travel guides (such as those published by Lonely Planet, Fodor's, Frommer's, Michelin, etc., as well as many online resources) describe areas of interest throughout Brazil and have a lot of specific information and descriptions.

Additionally, You Tube contains a wide range of Brazilian videos and slide shows.

You may also want to visit the Brazilian government's tourism page [in Portuguese but soon available in English] for more information about various areas and locations you may want to consider visiting in Brazil.

These resources can provide invaluable information when planning your trip.

Additionally, many cities, states and areas in Brazil have English web sites packed with information and resources.

Knowing as much as you can about the particular area you plan to visit in Brazil before you get there will make your entire trip more rewarding and enjoyable.