Vietnam visa for Brazil citizens

Visa requirements

Type of visa Requirements Maximum stay
Tourist visa Visa required N/A
E-visa Eligible 30 days

How to apply

Travelers from Brazil can get a visa for Vietnam by selecting one of the three available methods below.

  • e-Visa
  • Visa on arrival
  • Visa at embassy

Embassy and Consulate of Vietnam in Brazil

City Address
Brasilia Shis Qi 09 Conj. 10 Casa 1 – Lago Sul, Brasília/Df Cep:71625-100, Brasil.​
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Vietnam visa fees for BR residents

Visa types Standard processing (5-7 working days) Urgent processing (2 working days)
1 Month Multiple Entry (Tourism) 365 BRL 599 BRL
3 Month Multiple Entry (Tourism) 365 BRL 599 BRL
3 Month Single Entry (Tourism) 240 BRL 474 BRL
1 Month Single Entry (Tourism) 240 BRL 474 BRL

Standard Processing time: e-Visa will be processed by 08:30 June 04, 2024 (Local Uruguaiana time).

Today's holidays in Brazil

  • There are no national holidays being observed in the Brazil today (Thursday, May 23, 2024).
  • The upcoming public holiday is Independence Day, which will occur in 3 months, 2 weeks from now.

Holidays are calculated using the local time in Brasilia.

Information for BR passports traveling to Vietnam

Do Brazilian passport holders need a visa for Vietnam?

Beautiful landscape with mountain view of Fansipan mountain in Sapa ( Photo: Shutterstock)

Yes. Brazil is NOT included in the Vietnam visa exemption list and Brazilian citizens must obtain a visa to enter Vietnam for tourism, business, or other purposes. There are three ways to apply for a Vietnam visa:

  1. Apply for a visa at the Vietnamese embassy in Brazil.
  2. Get an e-visa issued by the Vietnamese Immigration Department through the electronic system.
  3. Obtain a Vietnam visa on arrival at one of the designated international airports in Vietnam.

 

How to apply for a Vietnamese visa on a Brazilian passport

Visa at the Vietnam Embassy in Brazil

To obtain a Vietnam visa, Brazilian citizens can apply for it at the Vietnamese embassy in Brazil by following these general steps:

  1. Contact the Vietnamese embassy in Brazil to obtain the visa application form.
  2. Complete the visa application form and enclose it with the required documents, such as a valid passport, a passport-size photo, and proof of travel arrangements.
  3. Submit the application to the Vietnamese embassy and pay the visa fee.
  4. Wait for your visa application processed and then collect it in person or have it mailed to you.

Apply for e-visa online

Brazilian passport holders are eligible to apply for a Vietnam e-visa which is valid for a single entry and a maximum stay of 30 days. If you plan to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days or require multiple entries, you may need to apply for a different type of visa. To apply for a Vietnam e-visa, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official website of the Vietnam e-visa system: https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/ and fill out the online application form with the required information. 
  2. Pay the visa fee using a credit/debit card or other accepted payment methods (currently 25 USD ~ 122 BRL).
  3. Wait for the e-visa to be processed, which usually takes 2-3 business days.
  4. Receive your visa via email and present the printed one along with your passport at the immigration checkpoint upon arrival in Vietnam.

Apply for a visa on arrival

Vietnam visa on arrival is only applicable to air travelers arriving at one of the international airports in Vietnam such as Noi Bai or Tan Son Nhat. The visa fee may vary depending on your type of visa and length of stay. To get a Vietnam visa on arrival, you need to complete these steps:

  1. Apply for a visa approval letter through a reputable travel agency or visa service provider based in Vietnam.
  2. Pay the visa approval letter fee.
  3. Receive the visa approval letter via email
  4. Print it out and upon arrival at a designated airport in Vietnam, present your passport, the printed visa approval letter, and two passport-size photos at the visa-on-arrival counter.
  5. Pay the visa stamping fee and receive your visa stamp.

 

How much is the visa fee for Brazilian passports?

Fee comparison 

E-visa 

Visa on arrival

25 USD ~ 122 BRL

  • Approval letter fee: depending on types of visa and stay durations
  • Stamping fee:
    • Single entry: 25 USD ~ 122 BRL
    • Multiple entry: 50 USD ~ 245 BRL

 

Travel tips for Brazilian citizens visiting Vietnam

How to get there

There are currently no direct flights between Brazil and Vietnam. However, there are several airlines that offer connecting flights with layovers in other countries namely Qatar Airways, Emirates, Turkish Airlines, and Air France. 

These airlines usually have layovers in their home countries or other major cities, such as Doha, Dubai, Istanbul, or Paris.

Rio De Janeiro - Ho Chi Minh City

Route

Airlines

Estimated prices (each person/ one way)

Rio De Janeiro - Ho Chi Minh City

Iberia + Qatar Airways

6365 BRL

Rio De Janeiro - Ho Chi Minh City

Emirates

27640 BRL

 

Sao Paolo - Ho Chi Minh City 

Route

Airlines

Estimated prices (each person/ one way)

Sao Paolo - Ho Chi Minh City 

Iberia + Qatar Airways

6533 BRL

Sao Paolo - Ho Chi Minh City 

Emirates

13192 BRL

Weather awareness

Vietnam and Brazil have different weather patterns and temperature ranges based on their geographical location and landscapes.

  • Climate: Vietnam has a tropical monsoon climate, which is characterized by high humidity, hot summers, and rainy seasons. Brazil has a diverse climate due to its large size and varying landscapes. The country has tropical, subtropical, and temperate climates.
  • Temperature: The average temperature in Vietnam ranges from 21°C (70°F) to 28°C (82°F) with winters being cooler when the temperature falls to below 20°C. Meanwhile, the average temperature in Brazil ranges from 13°C (55°F) to 27°C (81°F).
  • Weather: In Vietnam, the rainy season is from May to October, with heavy rainfall and occasional typhoons. The dry season is from November to April, with cooler temperatures and lower humidity. On the other hand, the northern region of Brazil experiences high humidity and hot temperatures throughout the year and the southern region of Brazil experiences a subtropical climate, with cooler temperatures in the winter months.
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Frequently asked questions

1. Are Brazilian citizens eligible for the Vietnam visa waiver program?

Brazil is not included in the Vietnam visa exemption list so you are required to get a visa to enter the country.

2. What types of visa is Vietnam e-visa valid for?

Vietnam e-visa is valid for tourist and business visas with stays of up to 30 days, single entry.

3. Where is the Vietnam Embassy in Brazil?

Vietnam Embassy’s location in Brazil is at ​SHIS QI 09 Conj. 10 Casa 1 – Lago Sul, Brasília.

4. What is the charge for a Vietnam e-visa?

The cost of a Vietnam e-visa is approximately 25 USD or 122 BRL.

5. Are individuals with Brazilian nationality eligible to apply for a Vietnam e-visa?

Yes, Brazilian nationals are eligible to request an e-visa for travel to Vietnam. Instructions for obtaining an e-visa from the Brazil can be found here.

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