Brazil - Sao Paulo

Regional Travel Advice
- Due to the high incidence of crime in Brazil, Tristar Worldwide takes certain precautions to minimise any danger to our clients and maximise their safety. This includes using unbranded name boards, displaying only last names and utilising lower-status vehicles (but still comfortable) that will not draw attention. Passengers are greeted as they exit customs and we recommend you confirm your drop-off address at this time, as a further verification procedure. Your chauffeur will keep the windows closed and car doors locked at all times to ensure your safety and security.- Crime rates in Brazil are high. Violent crime, street crime, carjacking and “express kidnapping” have all been known to occur regularly. ATM theft and bankcard fraud are also common occurrences. Visitors should be extremely vigilant when travelling in Brazil.