John of God Tour Reservations
“Going down to see John of God was on a completely last minute whim, and I had no idea whatsoever how to proceed. In looking at all the Casa guides online, as soon as I saw Steve’s picture, I knew he would be perfect for me….and my intuition was absolutely correct! Steve met us at the airport and immediately took charge of all details, both large and small to ensure that our experience was stellar. Our group was small, (only seven people) all coming from the far corners of the world, but we formed a very tight and fun family immediately. The warmth and care we received from our wonderful guide, with his knowledge concerning all matters related to the Casa, as well as his innate insight into our individual needs made the healing experience both profound and enjoyable. Steve worked with us individually to help craft and interpret our questions to present before John of God, ensuring that our most important issues would be addressed and questions answered. I would definitely recommend using Steve as a Casa guide to get the very most out of your trip to Abadiania” -Martha Leonard, San Francisco, CA, US
John of God Tour Reservation/ John of God Trip Payment
A non-refundable deposit of US $950 (for one week as well as two week trips) must be paid to reserve your space (this deposit can be used for future trips within a one year period). After you have paid your deposit, you will be sent an application and indemnity forms which should be filled out in order to participate. The final payment amount of US $1000 for two weeks and US $600 for one week will be due one month before the beginning of the trip.
Payment can be made via Pay Pal using a credit card (Mastercard, Visa, Amex, Diner’s) or by check.
Brazilian Tourist Visa
US, Canadian, Japanese and Australian citizens will need to obtain a tourist visa before entering Brazil. Five to ten year visas are issued at all Brazilian Consulates abroad. Visitors from the European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Latin America, Russia, Ukraine, Israel, South Africa and New Zealand do NOT need an entry visa for Brazil. Please check with your local Brazilian consulate to see if you will need a visa.
John of God Trip Payments & Deposits
Flights Most people will leave their home city on Sunday (before the first day of each trip) and catch a connecting flight from either Miami, Atlanta or Lisbon to Brasilia. Your guide will meet you at the airport in Brasilia on Monday morning. There are now direct flights to Brasilia on Delta Airlines (from Atlanta) with TAM Airlines and American Airlines (from Miami) and with TAP Air Portugal (from Lisbon). For assistance with airline tickets, please contact us at email@example.com.
Brazil Travel If you would like to see the exotic sights of Rio de Janeiro or any other part of Brazil, it is recommended that you do this before you come to see John of God. It is best to go home after your treatment with John of God.
Passsport Please make sure that you have a valid passport that has at least 6 months left before expiration upon entering Brazil. You can obtain information about renewing or requesting a US passport on this website http://travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html .
Travel Health Insurance
All visitors to John of God Brazil are required to purchase travel and evacuation insurance. This can be done quickly and economically on-line. For assistance with travel insurance, please e-mail Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The US State Department recommends that people coming to visit the State of Goias (Abadiania is located in Goias) get a yellow fever vaccination. However, you will not be visiting the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. Abadiania is a small town located 1.5 hours from Brazil’s capital, Brasilia. Yellow fever is very rare in this part of Brazil. Most people coming to Abadiania do not get vaccinated. The choice to get vaccinated or not is up to you. No other immunization is needed in Abadiania and no immunization is necessary to enter Brazil (not even yellow fever). If you decide to get vaccinated, this must be done at least 10 days before arriving in Brazil, the vaccination lasts for 10 years. In the US, doctors in your area offering this vaccination can be found on www.cdc.gov/travel.