It has been announced that Brazil will eliminate the tourist visa requirement for visitors from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan.
Beginning June 17, U.S., Canadian, Australian and Japanese citizens can spend 90 days in Brazil from their date of entry, Brazil Tourism said in a statement. They can extend their stay for 90 more days, not to exceed 180 days in a year.
Itaipu is the first power plant to become part of the global biosphere reserve network. The incorporation of preserved areas on the Paraguayan side of the power plant was approved on Wednesday the 14th during the 19th session of the International Council for the Coordination of Man and the Biosphere of the Unesco MAB – Man and the Biosphere (MAB – ICC) Program in Paris, France.
Continuar lendo ITAIPU IS THE FIRST POWER PLANT TO BECOME PART OF THE GLOBAL BIOSPHERE RESERVE NETWORK
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Institution praises Brazilian federal government action, looking on it with positive eyes and suggesting the benefit be extended
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has praised Brazil for waiving the need for a visa for tourists from Australia, Canada, United States and Japan between 1 June and 18 September. The action has the aim of facilitating entry to the country during Games Time.
Continuar lendo Visa waiver for Rio 2016 results in praise by the World Travel & Tourism Council
Great Dusky Swift are found at big area in eastern of South America Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. It clings to exposed rock faces near or behind the waterfalls, where they breed and nest. The flight (dance) around the falls make the scenary even more beautiful , you can see the swifts crossing the cascates through the water.
Continuar lendo Great Dusky Swifts the dance through the Falls
The Monday 9th June 2014 , happen the biggest flood at Iguassu River.
The Iguassu Falls got 31 times more water than the average volume. Continuar lendo Flood big Flood at Iguassu Falls
This tour was created to make your photographic experience at Iguazu Falls more memorable and with great results!
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Continuar lendo Photography Experiences at Iguazu Falls!