Mata, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil: What to pack, what to wear, and when to go [2022]

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Traveling to Mata, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil? If you're planning to go to Mata, this is some important information about when to go, what to wear, and what to pack.

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About your travel guide

Hi! I'm Dev. I've traveled all over the world and in my travels, I have made many packing lists. In this series, my team and I have compiled the most useful information, as well as things we couldn't live without, to help you plan your trip.


When to go to Mata, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Based on the climate and weather in Mata, the best time to go is March. See below for details.

Important essentials for Mata, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Here are some general tips on what to wear in Mata, as well as several items to remember to pack when traveling there.

COVID-19 ESSENTIALS FOR 2022


  • Travel insurance that includes COVID-19 coverage

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  • Touchless thermometer

    A touchless thermometer is important to have.


  • Hand sanitizer

    This hand sanitizer is an easy-to-carry TSA-friendly choice.

  • (U.S. Residents) Telehealth COVID-19 test for entry to U.S.

    U.S. residents still need a certified COVID-19 test to return home, but it can now be via Zoom. Learn more


  • Travel disinfecting wipes

    Use these to sanitize plane and hotel surfaces.


  • N95 masks

    These N95 masks provide the best level of COVID protection possible.


  • A vaccine card protector

    Vaccine cards may wear away. An unreadable card may result in severe consequences. This vaccine card protector helps stop that.


  • Kids' KN95 masks

    N95 masks don't exist for kids. These are a good alternative (and can also be used by adults if N95 masks are not available).

General health necessities


  • Emergency water purifier

    Some areas may have potentially unsafe tap water, so it's useful to take an emergency water purifier like this one.


  • Travel first aid kit

    This one is a good one.


  • Emergency motion sickness relief

Don't forget these

What to wear/what to pack for Mata, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil by month

Already know when you're traveling?

January

If you go to Mata in January, you will notice that it can be sweltering. Expect it to rain regularly. Daytime temperatures are in the high 80s F (low 30s C).

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February

February here can be very hot. Temperatures average in the 80s F (low 30s C) during the day. It rains sometimes.

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March

If you visit Mata during March, you may see that it is pretty consistently hot. Temperatures tend to hover around the low 80s F (high 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the 60s F (high 10s C). In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain sometimes.

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April

If you visit Mata during April, you might notice that it is a perfect temperature. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 70s F (mid 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the high 50s F (mid 10s C). In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain once in a while.

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May

May in Mata is mild. The rain can amount to several inches/centimeters. During this time, temperatures average in the low 70s F (low 20s C).

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June

June in Mata is balmy. The rain can amount to several inches/centimeters. During this time, temperatures average in the high 60s F (high 10s C).

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July

If you are traveling to Mata in July, you will notice that it is mild. Expect it to rain occasionally. Daytime temperatures are in the high 60s F (low 10s C).

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August

August in this region is mild. Temperatures average in the high 60s F (low 20s C) during the day. It rains once in a while.

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September

September in Mata is mild. The rain can amount to several inches/centimeters. During this time, temperatures average in the low 60s F (high 10s C) to low 70s F (low 20s C).

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October

If you visit Mata during October, you may find that it is warm. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 70s F (mid 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the 50s F (mid 10s C). In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain occasionally.

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November

November in Mata is extremely warm. The rain can amount to several inches/centimeters. During this time, temperatures average in the low 80s F (high 20s C).

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December

Traveling to Mata in December, you will notice that it can be sweltering. Expect it to rain once in a while. Daytime temperatures are in the 80s F (low 20s C).

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Activities for Mata, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Here are some activity recommendations and activity-specific packing tips for Mata.

If you go to Paleo-Botanical Garden, you'll probably do a lot of walking. These are a must:


  • Small portable cooler

    Save money on drinks with this portable cooler.


  • Binoculars

    Like these


  • Ultralight day pack

    Like this, so you don't have to lug around a heavy suitcase.


  • Good hiking shoes

    These are designed for this kind of walking, and can breathe and can get wet

If you see the Padre Daniel Cargnin Museum, wear museum-appropriate clothing and take:

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