The Rio de Janeiro International (GIG) airport is known by a few names such as Rio Galeao or Tom Jobim, but often just referred to as GIG.
Whether choosing a private transfer or a regular shared shuttle from the GIG airport to Buzios, there will be someone waiting for you with a sign to welcome you and give information about your departure to Buzios.
There are many departures per day for the regular shuttle transfer to Buzios, and below you can search for more information for guides as to which departure you should choose according to your flight's arrival time.
Please note that the shared shuttle transfers only drop off at hotels and pousadas on the Buzios peninsula, which means if staying in a private residence such as an Airbnb, then the drop off will be at a hotel in the area of your accommodation.
If you choose a private transfer to Buzios, then you depart as soon as you meet your driver who will be waiting for you to exit the baggage claim area and holding a sign with your name on it. The drop-off, in this case, can also be at accessible private residences and rented houses.
We recommend you click on the More Information buttons for each transfer to read and understand what to expect before making your instant transfer reservation.
Buzios is located about 200 kilometers (120 Miles) from the Rio international airport, connected by a highway which is rather flat. The highway experiences high traffic levels and the commute when traffic is flowing is about 3 hours, but be aware that passengers can experience travel times of up to 6 hours during the high season and special dates such as the Brazilian Carnival or New Years.