Expatriates with international medical insurance may wish to visit Brazil, as it is a varied and increasingly popular destination.
This is according to Marco Lomanto, products and destinations director at Brazilian tourist board Embratur, who said that everyone can find something to do in the country.
He called it "the decade for the world to discover Brazil" and noted that the Fifa World Cup will be hosted in the nation during 2014 and the Olympic Games in 2016.
The preparation for these events has led to better infrastructure and facilities, the director continued.
He explained that, as well as natural scenery such as the rainforest, mountains and beaches, there are also cultured locations and a local "happy-go-lucky" populace who provide visitors with "warm hospitality".
"Anyone who likes adventure, music, dance, celebrations and gastronomy" should visit Brazil, Mr Lomanto asserted.
Furthermore, it has the largest economy in South America, with highly-developed service, mining, agricultural and manufacturing industries.