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Buses from Sao Paulo to Campo Grande

Sao Paulo to Campo Grande buses operate between the two cities about 7 times a day. There are two bus lines with semi reclinable seats.  Most visitors to Brazil who make this trip are travelling to Campo Grande to see the Pantanal and Bonito, or are on their way to cross into Bolivia which has it's border 400 km east of Campo Grande.

Sao Paulo to Campo Grande Bus Route

The bus ride between Sao Paulo and Campo Grande lasts approximately 16 hours. The roads are in good condition, so you will be able to get some rest during the trip.


Two bus companies offer the Sao Paulo to Campo Grande direct route, and they both depart from the Barra Funda Terminal Rodoviário, which is Sao Paulo's second busiest intercity bus terminal. You are able to reach the Barra Funda terminal via the city Metro. The buses arrive to the recently renovated Rodoviária Campo Grande (Campo Grande's main bus terminal)


Bus companies which operate this route



Classes of buses used on this route are:


  • Convencional - Semi-bed half recline


The majority of travel is done on a highway and the terrain is mostly flat. You will be passing a lot of farm land an stopping to drop off and pick up passengers in small towns along the way. 


Remember to arrive to the Barra Funda terminal at least 40 minutes before the scheduled departure because you will need to redeem your ticket at the Ticket Desk of your chosen company;  there they will also tell you the boarding platform number where to wait for your bus. We suggest you to take something to drink and snacks, but there will be stops at places where you can purchase food on the way. Also take something warm with you as the air conditioning is usually very strong. All the buses are equipped with onboard bathrooms.


To purchase a ticket online directly you may need a CPF number which is like a Brazilian Tax File number.

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