Jericoacoara, more commonly known as Jeri, may be hard to reach, involving bouncing over dirt roads, but the trip to reach this unspoiled beach town just may be worth it. Hammocks over the water, white sand beaches, sandy roads that usually don’t allow motor vehicles all combine to make Jeri a charming place to just chill out. A popular activity is watching stunning sunsets from atop the Por do Sol dune.
The Curitiba-Paranagua Train Ride, officially known as the Serra Verde Express, is considered one of the most scenic train rides in Brazil: It cuts through the Atlantic rainforest, going through 14 tunnels and crossing 30 bridges on its 84 km (52-mile) route between modern Curitiba and historic Paranagua in Parana state. Six days a week, the ride ends in Morretes, only continuing to coastal Paranagua on Sundays.
This intro is here just to show you why you need to visit Brazil soon…
Types Of E-Visa for US Citizen Visiting Brazil
When you are applying for a regular visa to Brazil as an US citizen, you will find out that there are many types of visas that you can fill out the application for, depending upon the purpose of your visit. Similarly, an e-visa to Brazil for US citizen is also available in different formats. You can learn more about the following types of E-visa to Brazil:
E-Visa for Tourists,
E-Visa for people on Business,
E-Visa for visiting friends and relatives, and
E-Visa for visit for Sports, cultural, humanitarian, academic and/or scientific activities
However, for the US Citizens visa to Brazil, only the tourist version is available as of now. If you thinking how to get a visa to Brazil for US citizen?
The e Visa for Brazil for US citizens allows individuals who wish to visit Brazil for tourism, medical treatment, studies, or business access to Brazil for a period of up to 90 days per year and is valid for two consecutive years.
The Brazil travel visa for US citizens is a multiple-entry visa which does not limit the number of times that a tourist can enter Brazil as long as they do not exceed the 90-day maximum stay per year.
Visitors to Brazil from the US can take part in the ever-growing fashionable ecotourism by traveling to the Amazon, the Iguazu Falls National Park, the Chapada Diamantina Park, well-loved sand dunes, the Pantanal or any of the other hundreds of World Heritage Sites that Brazil is famous for. Not to mention the paradisiacal beaches, historic and cultural monuments, adventure tourism and the importance of Sao Paolo as a business hub, that brings in hundreds of thousands of American tourists each year.
What documents do you need to complete the application process?
1. A valid passport
2. A digital copy of your passport.
3. A passport photo – Against a white background with your head and shoulders centered on the camera. There should not be reflections, shadows, and glares in the picture. DO NOT appear smiling or frowning.
4. A valid e-mail address – your Brazil e-visa will arrive via e-mail so double-check the spelling.