Thursday, June 26, 2014

2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil Travel

If you are a tourist who is visiting Brazil for the FIFA Football World Cup please check out this travel advice for Brazil.

Tickets are strictly controlled and checked make sure that you purchased directly from FIFA. You will not be able to enter and watch the game if your tickets are purchased from an unauthorized retailer. Tickets are ID-specific (holder’s name) and scalping and re-selling tickets is illegal.

It is important to be healthy both physically and mentally before going overseas. Before traveling, see your doctor or travel clinic for a basic health check-up, and to discuss vaccinations. Brazil is endemic for yellow fever, which is a potentially fatal viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes.

Malaria and dengue fever are high risks in Brazil.

Be careful and be safe in Brazil because of the high risks of serious crime in the country. It includes violent crime like muggings, armed robbery, home invasions, kidnapping and sexual assault, is significant. Carjacking is also common, particularly in major cities.

It is important to have a comprehensive travel insurance that will cover any overseas medical costs, including medical evacuation. Check your insurance coverage if it covers for the whole time you will be away and check what circumstances and activities are not included in your policy. aims to try to help people become an educated Consumer about insurance check us out.

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