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Brazil, The Multi-Cultural Nation, along with its Natural Beauty makes Brazil a Popular Tourist Destinations. Consequently, Brazils Travel and Tourism Industry is at its Peak. With Recent Changes in its Policies, this Sector is set to reach New Heights. President Jair Bolsonaro, has reduced the Visa requirements for many developed nations. In a first of its kind initiative, Government has extended this policy to developing countries too

On his Recent Visit to China, President has announced that Chinese and Indian Nationals Visiting Brazil for Tourism or Business Purposes will no longer require a Visa. Government had Earlier reduced the Visa requirements for Tourists from US, Canada, Japan and Australia. Same has not yet reciprocated by these countries.

Besides Brazil, there are many other Countries  that have allowed a Visa free Entry to Indian Tourists that included Mauritius, Seychelles, Fiji & Indonesia etc.

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