Visitors traveling from these countries for any Any attempt to provide a daily budget for any Brazil travel itinerary would be futile. Department of State has established per diem rates for their employees staying in various cities in Brazil that range from a low of USD$ 141.00 per day to a high of USD$ 365.00 per day.
Without knowing the personal likes and dislikes, minimum requirements and specific travel plans of the individual involved, it's simply impossible. These per diem rates should provide you with a point of reference when planning a budget for your own trip.
If you have any questions about these things, please contact a travel agent well versed in travel to and within Brazil and/or the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate having jurisdiction for where you live. A relatively painless way to gain valuable insights into Brazilian history is by reading the historical novel Brazil by Errol Lincoln Uys (Silver Springs Books, July 1, 2000, ISBN 0916562514).
These Brazilian travel tips are the largest and most complete anywhere on the Internet.
They are intended to assist you in planning your trip to Brazil, make your journey more enjoyable and help you to make more informed decisions.
If you require a visa, it can be obtained by application to the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate having jurisdiction for your specific area of residence.
Once issued, a visa must be used to enter Brazil within 90 days of its issue date.
Remember, Brazil is slightly larger than the continental United States and the costs of lodging, food and transportation can vary widely depending upon the city, the area, the time of year (high or low season) as well as other factors. Depending upon where your Brazilian travel plans take you, it is possible to travel for less.