The best mean of transportation into Brazil is by air. Entry by sea is least patronised by tourists. So if you’re not entering Brazil by air then it ought to be by land.
There are direct flights into Brazil from all the surrounding the UK, the USA, South Africa, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and other South American countries. Brazil boasts of over 300 functioning airports. The country’s major international airports are Brazil International Airport in Rio de Janeiro, Guarulhos International airport in Sao Paulo, Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo, and Brasilia International Airport in Brasilia.
Brazil shares boundaries with up to ten different countries making it possible to gain entry into the country through nine of the ten countries. These countries include Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Guyana, French Guiana, Paraguay, and Venezuela. There is a direct route from Puerto Maldonado in Peru to Rio Branco in Brazil. The major crossing points from Bolivia are at Brasiléia, Cáceres, Corumbá, and Guajará-Mirim. Major crossing point from Colombia is at Leticia. Major crossing points from Argentina are at Puerto Iguazú and Paso de los Libres. Major crossing points from Uruguay are at Chuy, Artigas, Isidoro Noblia, Bella Unión, and Río Branco. Major crossing points from Guyana are at Boa Vista and Lethem. Major crossing point from French Guiana is at St Georges. Major crossing points from Paraguay are at Ciudad del Este and Pedro Juan Caballer. Major crossing points from Venezuela are at Manaus.