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Flights to Rio, Brazil from $995 Return on Qantas/LATAM (Feb-May '18)

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Qantas has put on sale flights from Australia to Brazil! Fly to Rio de Janeiro with rates starting as low as AU$995 return!

Brazil is well known for its beaches, carnivals, football, and nightlife. Go to discover one of the biggest Brazilian cities Sao Paulo or start from it your big Brazilian adventure deep into the country. Visit mysterious Amazonia, the Pantanal Wild Life Reserve or head further north to the breathtaking Roraima!

P.S
Australian passport holders need a visa to visit Brazil!

Melbourne to Rio de Janerio Flights $995 Return.
Depart Return
05/Mar 19/Mar $995
05/Mar 26/Mar $995
09/Apr 23/Apr $1006
19/Apr 03/May $1006
08/Apr 23/Apr $1006
10/Apr 23/Apr $1006
04/Apr 23/Apr $1006
17/Apr 07/May $1006
20/Feb 12/Mar $1006
11/Mar 26/Mar $1009

Sydney to Rio de Janerio Flights $999 Return.
Depart Return
05/Mar 26/Mar $999
22/Mar 09/Apr $1010
05/Mar 20/Mar $1013
08/Apr 23/Apr $1013
21/Mar 04/Apr $1016
10/Apr 24/Apr $1016
27/Mar 09/Apr $1016
10/Apr 23/Apr $1016
23/Mar 09/Apr $1016
21/Mar 09/Apr $1016

Brisbane to Rio de Janerio Flights $1014 Return.
Depart Return
25/Apr 09/May $1014
23/Apr 09/May $1014
25/Apr 14/May $1014
23/Apr 17/May $1014
08/Apr 23/Apr $1015
19/Apr 17/May $1015
05/Mar 02/Apr $1027
05/Mar 26/Mar $1029
23/Mar 22/Apr $1029
23/Feb 26/Mar $1029

Adelaide to Rio de Janerio Flights $1019 Return.
Depart Return
26/Apr 10/May $1019
10/May 24/May $1019
24/Apr 08/May $1032
25/Apr 09/May $1032
10/Apr 24/Apr $1032
08/May 22/May $1032
09/May 23/May $1032
13/Feb 27/Feb $1032
29/Apr 13/May $1065
27/Feb 13/Mar $1081

Gold Coast to Rio de Janerio Flights $1026 Return.
Depart Return
24/Apr 08/May $1026
14/May 28/May $1026
10/Apr 24/Apr $1030
25/Apr 09/May $1030
23/Apr 07/May $1030
08/May 22/May $1031
29/Apr 13/May $1063
13/May 27/May $1063
26/Apr 10/May $1063
10/May 24/May $1063

Perth to Rio de Janerio Flights $1047 Return.
Depart Return
23/Apr 07/May $1047
12/Feb 27/Feb $1047
03/Feb 20/Feb $1047
19/Feb 13/Mar $1047
27/Jan 20/Feb $1047
23/Jan 20/Feb $1047
05/Feb 20/Feb $1079
30/Jan 20/Feb $1079
26/Feb 13/Mar $1088
26/Feb 18/Mar $1095

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    Any cheap flights to Buenos Aires?

  • +8 votes

    Who wants to go in for some headphones while im over there? Free gift wrapping in black plastic.

  • +5 votes

    Advise from a brazilian here, don't go :)

    • +4 votes

      rio was ok in some areas. but you need to take a taxi just about everywhere.

      even things like jogging around a lake can get you killed, or hiking up to the jesus statue.

      travel insurance is a must. and expect to lose everything you own at any time.

      otherwise fine.

      • +1 vote

        expect to lose everything you own at any time.

        otherwise fine.

        Thanks for the reassurance

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      Alternative? Chile? Peru?

    • +3 votes

      You forgot to say, almost 60k murders per year.
      Is safer you give a ride in Siria.

    • +1 vote

      I call BS… Brazil is an amazing place to visit, why do you advise ppl to don't go?.

      Btw you also can go to other areas in Brazil, I saw some tickets to Sao Paulo around 1k…

      • +4 votes

        Before you say is a BS, try ask before why this position. I'm brazilian and I know how dangerous is. I just try ro advise the community is not a safe place to go this days. Violence is complete out of control. Now, you say other places to go, and give the sample of São Paulo? Ok.

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          Locals always think the places are more dangerous than they probably are. While the precautions the locals take are necessary (living in a place means your probability of being 'unlucky' is many times higher by sheer repetition), the likelihood of coming to grief when visiting for a few days is quite low, provided you take precautions.

        • +4 votes

          @JohnHowardsEyebrows: Incorrect. Locals have a clearer understanding than anyone because they actually live there. The people who downplay the realities are more often than not the dopey tourists who get themselves in trouble.

        • +4 votes

          @JohnHowardsEyebrows:
          Brazilian here….

          While I wound't say don't go, I'd say there is no exaggeration about the advices above…

          Think this way…in Rio (state wise), a police officer is MURDERED every other day…think about it!… source from news portal this morning: (you will need google translator) folha.com/no1909943

          Having said that, I'd say the country is amazing… you just need to be aware of the problems…

        • -1 vote

          @braussie: I appreciate it's extremely dangerous by most standards, and you have to take every precaution you can. But that doesn't change the basic equation - your short period there means that, if you don't make yourself a target, you should get through without becoming a victim.

          Soothslayer, you'd do well to actually respond to the content of posts, rather than making useless motherhood statements.

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          Suprise… I'm Brazilian as well, I grew up in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Terra do luladrao. So… Around 7 years ago when I was living in Sao Paulo I used to be "guide" for friends from other nationalities, we never had any issue.
          I not going to say is 100% safe, even Australia has so many dangerous places, but say to people to don't go there is a little bit too much, right? I love my country and I always recommend to people to go there and also I give to them some recommendations, eg. how to behave, places to go/don't go, transportation companies.

          about recommendations, you can go to the south, if you prefer the ocean breeze and gorgeous European girls looks-like or if you like country side places with a typical, marvelous and tasty food you should try Minas Gerais. I can give to you the name of the cities and routes to go there.

          ps: The State of Sao Paulo is huge AF, you will find so many alternatives to go and not dangerous as the big cities.

      • +1 vote

        Calling BS and then suggesting Sao Paulo as an alternative is not really helping your case..

  • +1 vote

    Don't forget to factor in that you'll lose thousands in cash/valuables to all the pickpockets and criminals. Possibly have your identity stolen etc.

  • +5 votes

    Brazil is dangerous, but not as dangerous as is being made out here. I had no problems there, and I was robbed in Peru. If you want a safe country in South America, Chile is hands down the safest, but the rest are generally OK, so long as you minimise the risks. Some tips: don't take extremely valuable things except to the safest areas (the Christ statue is extremely safe - so long as you take the funicular), buy a SIM card so you can use Uber/Taxi Beat to ensure you're getting registered cars, don't trust overly friendly strangers, only go to favelas with guides and/or large groups of other tourists, avoid anywhere that's quiet).

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    Johannesburg vs Rio … which more dangerous? Both have plenty to do and see but worth the risk of life or your belongings?

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    That is a cracking deal

  • +1 vote

    If anyone here watches ActiveSelfProtection on YouTube, you'd definitely know whether to go to Brazil or not…

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, I lost contact with my pen pal Ronaldo, might fly over & try to find him.

  • +5 votes

    I spent 5 months travelling in South America and didn't die once. Not only that, but I didn't have anything stolen, didn't get stabbed, shot or otherwise maimed. Just exercise caution, be aware of your surroundings and don't act like a big stupid tourist. If you walk around with a big DSLR hanging off your shoulder, you're asking for trouble. Be sensible and you'll be fine. South America is an amazing place to visit!

  • +1 vote

    Get ready to pay $408 visa fee

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    Don't forget to factor in that we live on a flat earth and the journey from Australia to South America is the longest. You will have to be diverted to the northern hemisphere first otherwise it isn't feasible.

  • -1 vote

    Most people on here want their Japanese safe spaces

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    Is there like some sort of bus tour for brazil? Like a hop on hop off bus for backpackers?

  • +2 votes

    So many alarmists here… I lived a long time in Brazil and never had a single issue. Not once. And we're talking 20+ years here in both Rio and Sao Paulo. Then got robbed in Australia, in Sydney in my 2nd year here… go figure.

    My point is, sure… you're more likely to find trouble there. But that doesn't mean you will and if you're gonna live your life worried about everything that could happen, you're never leaving the house let alone living.

    I visited Brazil 4x in the last 15 years, all in 2-3months holidays at a time. I always bring my Aussie mates, gf and etc with me. Again, never had a single issue.

    Don't let ppl's fear stop you from enjoying life

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