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  1. I hope some prior Pantanal/Brazil travelers can help with this question. We are heading to the Pantanal in late August for jaguar and birding and then on to Alta Floresta for more birding. I am getting worried because I am reading that the domestic flights only allow 5 kg (11 lbs) carry-on. Of course my camera bag weights much more than that. There is no way I can get it under about 20 lbs, with two bodies, 200-400 lens, etc. My husband carries a similar weight bag. They are within size limits (GuraGear 22L and a Lowepro) but definitely overweight. We are flying on Delta to Sao Paolo, so that's no problem, but then GOL between Sao Paolo-Cuaiba. And then we are on Aero Azul to Alta Floresta. Am I going to have a problem?? I am reading on Flyertalk etc that they are really strict in Brazil with the weight. Starting to panic! We've been to the Pantanal once before but it was back in 2006 and I'm sure there weren't such tight restrictions. Thanks for any advice/reassurance!
  2. A guideline to reduce carry-on size aimed at freeing up overhead storage bin space.

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