AdventureNEXT Latin America will be held in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul state, Brazil. All the plenary, sessions and lunches will take place in the Arquiteto Rubens Gil de Camillo Convention Center.
Plan your travels to arrive at the Campo Grande International Airport (CGR) – roughly 30 minutes (15 km) from Arquiteto Rubens Gil de Camillo Convention Center. 15 minutes (7 km) from Downton, where most the hotels are located.
Three main federal highways intersect at Campo Grande. BR-262 links Campo Grande to Corumbá and Bolivia to the west, and the Brazilian State of São Paulo to the east. BR-163 connects Campo Grande to Cuiabá and the Amazon region to the north, and to Dourados (which is 120 kilometres (75 miles) from the Paraguayan border) to the south. BR-060 links Campo Grande to the state of Goiás and the national capital city of Brasília to the northeast.
Transfers in (November 7th) from the Campo Grande International Airport (CGR) to the official hotels and out from official hotels to the international airport will be provided by Mato Grosso do Sul state. Please note that the transfers will be schedule around the flight times.
Transfers from in/out official hotels to/from the AdventureNEXT Latin America venue will be provided November 7-9 according to the event schedule. Please check the times at your hotel.
Airport to the official hotels – offered from 7am up to 4pm. Please look for AdventureNEXT Latin America signs and staff at the airport
Official hotels to Esplanada Ferroviária – 5:15pm and 5:45pm
Esplanada Ferroviária to official hotels – 9:30pm and 10pm
Important: No transfers will be offered to the EDU JumpStart.
Official hotels to Convention Center: 7:15am and 7:45am
Convention Center to Murano Buffet: 6pm and 6:30pm
Murano Buffet to official hotels: 9pm and 9:30pm
Official hotels to Convention Center: 7:55am and 8:15am
Convention center back to the official hotels: 9:00 and 9:30pm
Tranfers will be offered from the official hotels to the airport and the schedule will be communicated through the event app on the 9th.
Cab and UBER are options available throughout the city.
ATTA’s official air booking desk is Exito Travel. Registered delegates are eligible for Exito’s exclusive discounts on flights to Brazil. An Exito agent will be available on-site during AdventureNEXT Latin America to assist Exito customers as needed.
For discount information and a custom quote, call 800-655-4053. Booking link will be coming soon.
If you are not participating on a Pre-Adventure or the workshop on November 7th, you can fly in to Campo Grande on Wednesday, November 7th before 4pm. The general schedule of the event will be:
Wednesday, November 7 – Workshop & AdventureNEXT Latin America opening dinner
Thursday, November 8– International Supplier Marketplace, AdventureNEXT Content & Networking
Friday, November 9– International Supplier Marketplace, AdventureNEXT Content, Networking & AdventureNEXT 2019 host destination party
Most delegates fly out Saturday the 10th.
What makes AdventureNEXT Latin America unique is the opportunity to explore the destination to be fully engaged in the adventure, community and nature. This year will not disappoint.
Brazilian tour operators have thoughtfully crafted two to five-day itineraries featuring a combination of iconic landscapes and sites, off-the-beaten path places, distinctive experiences, and active adventures available. Take the opportunity to explore an area Brazil before the AdventureNEXT on a Pre-Adventure.
All AdventurenNEXT delegates are invited to enjoy one of many Pre-Adventures for the discounted rate offered by the tour operator.
Travelers coming from outside Brazil and the Mercosur must have a valid passport. We strongly encourage you to check the visa requirements or contact your local embassy.
Citizens from Australia, Canada, USA and Japan can easily get the E-visa, which can be obtained online or on cellphone and tablet apps. Click here to obtain your E-Visa
For delegates who are citizens of countries that require a visa, ATTA can provide you with an invitation letter to assist you in your visa application. Please contact [email protected].
Due to sell out potential, the AdventureNEXT Latin America has limited guest passes. Please contact Sharon Conceicao ([email protected]) for prices and availability.
As with all ATTA events, the attire is ‘Adventure Casual’. Adventure Casual describes jeans or pants with a shirt or fleece, on occasion you may see a sport jacket or very casual dress.
Average weather in November in Campo Grande, Brazil: Daily high temperatures are around 88°F/ 31°C, rarely falling below 80°F/26.6°C or exceeding 95°F/35°C. Daily low temperatures are around 70°F/21°C, rarely falling below 64°F/17.7°C or exceeding 75°F/24°C.
Electricity in Campo Grande is 110V, with a frequency of 60Hz. Wall outlets typically accommodate N-type plug and connectors. Please check with the hotel you will be staying at for additional information on internet connectivity.
Important Notice: The ATTA highly recommends that all AdventureNEXT Latin America participants purchase travel insurance to provide the level of protection and support you require during your involvement at the event and during Pre-Adventure activities. The ATTA encourages delegates to consider purchasing travel insurance with ATTA’s Travel Insurance Partners – World Nomads or Ripcord – powered by Redpoint. Additional ATTA travel insurance and safety/medical member providers include: AIG and Global Rescue.
Brazil has arranged for other entities to provide indoor and outdoor activities for the AdventureNEXT Latin America participants. By choosing a Pre-Adventure tour, you recognize that neither the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), nor its agents, servants, employees, and/or officers, are in any way responsible for any activities conducted by other entities. You further agree to Release and Discharge the ATTA and its agents, servants, employees and/or officers from any claim relating to either the selection of the other entities or the suitability of the entity to provide the indoor or outdoor activity. You recognize and understand that the safety laws, regulations, and requirements for any indoor or outdoor activity may vary widely from your home country’s similar laws, regulations, and requirements. You also understand that medical care in Brazil may differ from your home country and you agree to Release and Discharge the ATTA and its agents, servants, employees and/or officers from any claim relating to medical services.