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Kiteboarding in south america

Postby fetguckd » Tue Oct 31, 2006 5:24 pm

Are pasports required to travel to south america??? Where is a good friendly place to go?

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a friendly place to go

Postby marcusaruana » Tue Oct 31, 2006 6:58 pm

If you want to go to a nice spot with good winds and flat water, you must visit canoa quebrada.That time, september octuber november until february, we have strong winds. Canoa is diferent of the other location in Brazil because offer incredible night life that the other location in Brazil can´t offer.For the passport you must have one valid

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Postby vilaprea » Wed Nov 01, 2006 12:44 am

all the countries in South America require you enter their country with a valid passport (usually valid for up to 6 months after expected date of departure), and if you are American, you may require a visa for some countries (including Brazil). Check with the consulate of the countries you plan on visiting for details.

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