Travel without passport: 3 countries that accept only general documents!
No matter how great your desire is to know the natural beauties, culture, and traditions of a particular country, some bureaucratic obstacles can lead you to change your initial planning.
This is because obtaining some mandatory documents, such as passport and visa, is not always a simple process. In 2008, the Brazilian government signed an agreement with the other members of MERCOSUR, thinking of overcoming the demands and facilitating the tourist’s life.
In practice, this means that it is possible to travel without a passport to almost everywhere in South America. But this is a benefit that is not restricted to the countries of our continent. If you have any doubts, you should contact the respective embassies.
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Let go of a possible antipathy because of the rivalry with our brothers in football: visiting Argentina can be an excellent experience for your next vacation.
The capital, Buenos Aires, is an invitation for lovers of good meat dishes. But there are other options that promise to please a person’s taste buds as the city is full of restaurants.
For wine lovers, in turn, our suggestion is for them to visit the wineries of Mendoza. The inclusion of Patagonia in the planning of a vacation promises fun for all ages, especially for children, who will have a thrilling experience with the opportunity to see beavers and penguins closely.
Besides having the best HDI in South America, Chile is also benefited by its astonishing geography, which promises to surprise visitors with the most varied profiles. So many attractions join the practicality of being able to travel without a passport.
It is a country of climatic extremes: to the north, is located the Atacama Desert, considered the driest in the world, it houses the Licancabur Volcano. At the other extreme, those who like cold can visit the Chilean portion of Patagonia, taking advantage to relish the beauty of its icy landscapes.
The mountains also become an irresistible invitation to extreme sports. Finally, it is worth mentioning that the experiences and sensations also change according to the season, which reinforces the idea that the country should not be visited once but many times.
Our last statement has a special fascination for people who are interested in history. After all, Machu Picchu is known worldwide as the sacred city of the Incas, which attracts the attention of the visitors and archaeologists from all over the world.
Those who have been there don’t hesitate to say that the region emanates an indescribable energy, which even the most skeptics admit to have felt. No wonder, the esoteric elect the place as the largest “chakra” of the Earth, that is, the main point of energy, where the planet “breathes”.
The Clock of Sun, which is in the highest part of the city, is one of the most visited points. Far away, in the Chilean portion of the Amazon, the Fervent River is worth mentioning, which received this name because of the very high temperatures of its waters, which reach an impressive 80º C.
Now that you know some countries that you can travel without a passport, read our tutorial with tips to organize a family trip!