COVID-19 in Brazil & our  Tours

RESPONSIBLE AND SAFE TOURISM

The Brazilian Ministry of Tourism has launched the Responsible Tourism Seal, a program that defines good hygiene practices for each tourism sector segment. The seal is an incentive for consumers to feel safe when traveling and going to places that comply with specific protocols used for the prevention of Covid-19, positioning Brazil as a protected and responsible destination. To access the seal, companies and tourism guides must be duly registered with Cadastur (Register of Tourist Service Providers). This is the first stage of the Brazilian Tourism Recovery Plan, coordinated by the Ministry of Tourism, with the objective of reducing the impacts of the pandemic and preparing the sector for a gradual return to activities.

"This project, elaborated by the Ministry of Tourism, is extremely important so that tourists feel safe when visiting different establishments and locations once businesses are allowed to reopen. Each type of establishment must follow specific guidelines in order to earn the 'Responsible Tourism Seal.' It will serve as a guarantee for customers that all health measures are being taken against the spread of the Covid-19 Coronavirus," explains the president of Embratur (Brazilian Agency for the International Promotion of Tourism), Gilson Machado Net

 

PANTANAL JAGUAR SAFARIS Operator is certified with Responsible Tourism Seal.

You can check the validity of the seal by this QR code:

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Important information regarding Covid-19 in Brazil and Chile and our scheduled trips.

COVID-19 Update   March 14, 2022 

Proof of Vaccination is Required for Travel to Brazil and Chile

 

To Travel to Brazil and Chile, proof of vaccination is required using Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, CORONAVAC or Johnson and Johnson vaccines.  Booster shots are highly recommended though at the moment not obliged.

 

Brazil now requires for entree:

- Vacination card with full name, name of the vacine used and date