Brazil visa requirements for Filipinos
Travel and visa requirements
Brazilian Visa is not required for Filipinos
Stay Duration: 90 days
- Visa is not required from Philippine citizens to visit Brazil. And Philippine nationals can live in Brazil for up to 90 days.
- The duration of stay can be extended beyond the given days, incurring an extension fee.
- Your international passport must be valid for at least six(6) months above the date of your entry into the country, and you must leave at least two blanked pages on your passport for necessary stampings.
- Proof of round-trip or onward ticket should be made available before your arrival into the country.
- Airport tax is not levied on travelers either on entering or exiting the country's airports.
- Brazilian standard time zone is (GMT-2/-5), hence, the Philippines is 14/17 hours, ahead of Brazil.
- Flights' estimated time to fly to Brasilia, Brazil from Manila, Philippines is 1 day, 7 hours.
- Airlines traveling to Brazil are Philippine Airlines, Qantas, LATAM, Gol, Emirates, American, British Airways, and Delta.
- The telephone code of Brazil is (+55) for both local and international communications.
- The official currency used in Brazil is Brazil Real (BRL), and the capital of Brazil is Brasilia.
- The importation or exportation of Brazilian Real is not restricted except it is up to or more than BRL 10,000 and must be declared.
- Your luggage is cleared at your disembarking from the Brazilian flights.
- For Arms and ammunition importation, it is forbidden unless you have special authorization the Ministerio of Exercito in Brazil.
- Pets' veterinarian certificate/Pet Passport must be submitted o a broad-spectrum treatment against internal and external parasites with products authorized by the Veterinary Authority, identifying the active ingredients, is required.
- Religious practices in Brazil consist of Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodoxy, Jehovah's Witnesses, Latter-day Saints, African and Indigenous religions, Spiritism, Buddhism.
- Climate in Brazil varies from hot and dry in the arid. And the temperatures are unusually below 20 Degree Celsius.
- Brazilian Cuisines are Coxinhas, Pastels, Farofa, Pao de Queijo, Cheese bun, Pastel, Farofa etc.
- Sugarloaf Mountain, Copacabana's beach life and art deco, Copacabana Palace, Corcovado's Landmark mountain and Iconic Christ statue atop a mountain are the places to explore while in Brazil.
- Plugs and sockets used in Brazil are type C and N. Type C has 2 round pins, while Type N has 2 pins and a grounding pin. The power voltage operates in the country is 127/220 Volts and 60Hz.
- Banks in Brazil operates from Mondays to Fridays while skipping operations on both Saturdays and Sundays.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the days banks operate in Brazil?
Banks in Brazil operates from Mondays to Fridays while skipping operations on both Saturdays and Sundays.
Where is Jesus's statue located in Brazil?
Jesus Christ's statue is located atop of the Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro.
What is the landmass size of Brazil?
Brazilian land size area is estimated to be 8.511 million km² and it is the largest country in South and Latin America.
What is the official language spoken in Brazil?
Portuguese is the official language spoken in Brazil, spoken by its wider population. The Portuguese dialects spoken in Brazil is referred to Brazilian Portuguese.