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Crossing to Brazil from Guayaramerín

Passengers can move freely between Guayaramerín and the Brazilian border town of Guajara-Mirin, so if you’re just going for the day then there is no need to go through border formalities – just hop on one of the passengers boats across the river.

If you plan to continue on into Brazil however, you will need to a get a Bolivian exit stamp at migración at the port in Guayaramerín (opening hours are changeable so you might want to check in advance) and an entry stamp from the Brazilian port. The Brazillian consulate is on the corner Calle 24 de Septiembre and Avenida Beni (Tel: 3-855-3766) in Guayaramerín if you need a visa.

In theory you will need a yellow fever vaccination certificate to enter Brazil – there’s a clinic at the port in Guajara-Mirin to get vaccinated if you don’t have the paperwork. From the Brazilian side of the Río Mamore, there is plenty of transport to Puerto Velho and connections to the interior.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Guayaramerín: Getting To and Away From Guayaramerín,

06 Jan 2010

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