When you arrive

For anyone with some experience of international travel, getting to Abadiânia is not too difficult. You fly to either Rio or Sao Paolo and get a connecting flight to Brasilia (which has more connections) or to Goiânia. It’s then a 90 minute taxi drive to Abadiânia. You can book your accomodation at a guest house or “pousada” in advance and they will usually send a taxi to meet you if you ask. Many people choose to visit the Casa independently. All the information you need on how to do this is contained in the Casa Guide. If you have any questions you can use the Message Board.

There are numerous inns (pousadas) and rooms-to-let in the village near the Casa, and in the main part of town across the highway. At the date of this writing, you can arrive in Abadiânia without reservations and easily find lodging. If you prefer the convenience of reservations, see Resources for pousada telephone/fax numbers and mailing addresses. The pousadas are simple, clean and safe, and offer single, double, and dormitory-style accommodations. Most rooms have private baths, and all include a light breakfast. Most serve lunches and dinners in their dining rooms, but some offer meals only when there are ten or more guests. Full board is inexpensive, however, meals are readily available elsewhere