Brazil remained a top inbound market in 2015 with 2.2 million visitations to the United States, but it fell in rank from the third largest overseas market to the fifth largest. A deep recession since early 2014 that continued into 2016 and a severe depreciation of the Brazilian real versus the U.S. dollar have made travel to the U.S. considerably less affordable. Nevertheless, Brazilian travelers continued to spend heavily in the U.S. in 2015, and the country has retained its spot as the United States’ fourth-largest overseas travel export market. 

This report analyzes the economic impact of inbound visitations to the U.S. from Brazil, and presents visitation statistics in the context of general travel trends from the country. A one-page market summary is available to the public. 

Profiles for other inbound travel markets are available by clicking on this link