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Free import

• 400 cigarettes or
• 25 cigars or
• 250 grammes of tobacco
• 24 units of alcoholic beverages – units classified as either 75cl or 1 litre bottles
• 10 units of makeup items
• Clothes and other articles for personal use
• Books and periodicals
• Local and foreign currency greater than BRL 10,000 will need to be declared when entering or leaving the country

Prohibited

• Illegal drugs
• Guns, explosives and ammunition
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Fresh fruit and vegetables
• Plant and plant products
• All species of birds
• Pets and animals – unless authorised
• Dairy products including milk, egg and cheese
• Fish and fish products
• Cigarettes or alcoholic beverages of Brazilian origin
• Counterfeit money and goods
• Hazardous materials
• Pornographic material

Restricted

• Flower, plants and plants products will require permission from the Ministry of Agriculture before being granted admission into the country.
• Meat, egg or fish products will all also require permission from the Ministry of Agriculture before entering the country.
• Cats, dogs and other animals being imported will need an international health certificate from the country of origin which was issued less than 10 days prior to their arrival. Pets 90 days or older will also require a Rabies vaccination certificate issued 30 days prior to the intended date of arrival.