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8/17/2006 2:24:37 AM

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עזרה - מבוליביה לברזיל

אנחנו מנסות לעבור מבוליביה לברזיל, לצפון... אם מישו יכול לעזור לנו בבקשה איך להתקדם עם זה... זה ממש יעזור... גם אם מישו יודע על מחירים גם של הרכבת והאוטובוסים של ההמשך, זה גם יעזור.. כי אנחנו עדיין מתלבטות איך עדיף... תודה ...

למידע נוסף על: ברזיל
gal

8/17/2006 11:49:55 PM

hi, We did the exact same rout to Brazil. After the Salar we head up to Santa cruz (via sucre) and spent a few days there (it´s a nice city). From Santa cruz we took a train to the border with Brazil 130 Bolivian mas o menos (the city is called `peurto suarez/Quijaro`, you pass the border to `Corumba` in the brazilian side. The Train had arrived to the border at about 7 hours late and we missed the border immigration for that day, you can spend a night at corumba (Brazil) and do the formalities the next day - no problem (the Brazilian border is open until 16:00 in the afternoon. from Corumba we took a bus (expensive 65 reais - 20 Dollares) to the large city of `Campo Grande`, our plan was to get off at the airport (the bus stops there) and check for a last minute flight north to (Fortaleza or Salvador) to save the 48/72 hours drive by bus. We did find a flight to Salvador (via sao paulo) at 22:00 more or less and it was cheap! 354 reais (155 Dollars) while the busses cost almost doble that amont... the company was TAM and is was a last minute deal (we arrived 3 hours before the flight...). I don´t know what are your plans or rout to Brazil both flights are the best option... we were 3 weeks in brazil and over all had 6 flights (including conections). campo grande - sao paulo - salvador. (2) porto viejo - salvador - Fortaleza (2) Fortaleza - salvador - Rio de Janiero (2) the overall price (450 Dollars)!!! The thing is that the same flight in the same hour but at another date or airline can cost half of even less then the first one... so it´s worth checking all the dates/airlines and to be very flexible with the itinerery. When we got to Morro the sao paulo (Near Salvador, our first destination) we entered an agency (called `rota tropical´) and just build up our plan to Brazil according to the cheapest flight dates that were availbe...