Travel to Brazil just got easier. Starting on June 17, American and Canadian visitors to Brazil will be able to stay up to 90 days each year without a visa. Japanese and Australian passport holders are also included in visa lift. Travel up to June 17 still requires a current visa.
This move by the Brazilian government makes travel to one of Yellow Dog Flyfishing’s five Brazilian destinations much easier and allows for longer trips—you don’t have to stay for 90 days, but, it would certainly take that long to explore the array of waters from the remote wildness of Kendjam to Agua Boa, one of finest destination lodges for fly fishing the Amazon.
“This is one of the most important achievements of the Brazilian tourism industry,” states Tourism Minister Marcelo Alvaro Antonio. We at Yellow Dog agree and this is a great step forward to make travel to one of the world’s most remote locations less drama-free.
If arapaima on a fly rod at Pirarucu Lodge, a trophy-sized peacock bass at Rio Marie, or a trip out of Manaus with River Plate Outfitters has been on your list, with Brazil lifting visa restrictions, your trip to fly fish the Amazon is one step closer.
Contact Yellow Dog Flyfishing today or call 888-777-5060 to learn more.