The Amazonas River is a great natural attraction that you can find in the warm areas of the Amazon basin bordering the largest and most beautiful river in the universe. The Amazon River is formed by a river and another Peruvian
See where the waters join in Manaus. It's completely an adventure. To get here, take a raft from the port, after a short ride this beautiful landscape is observed where you find the Solimoes River with the Black River to form the
Here, the manaos bleed permanently. And there are open wounds of cross-civilization which every day, when the sun caresses a fraction architecture that does not correspond to the crude and always lively that hosts the Amazon
In order to cross Manaus, there is no path, so you'll have to use a barge that takes about 45 minutes to cross to the other side. It is an interesting experience because the ride has to take you through the Black River, along the
Close to Manaus, along the road that leads to Caracas, you'll find the President Figueiredo Falls in a beautiful place that's full of waterfalls or "cachoeiras" as they are called in Brazil. The clear waters of the falls are where you
The Amazon includes the states of Amazonas, Roraima, Acre and Rondonia . Together, they form the heart of the Amazon region drained by the largest system of lakes and rivers in the world. This area is still home to some of the
To begin, take one of the rafts that come every Sunday from Manau's port. After a voyage of approx. 3 hours between dancing to forro music, and caipirinhas you arrive at this beautiful beach on the river. With its white sands and calm
Vitoria Regia is a symbol of the Amazon, its diameter can reach up to a meter and its pink flower is considered the most beautiful pink in the aquatic world. You can take a raft from Manaus and to go see beautiful landscapes.
To understand the way of life for people who live in the Amazon, I recommend living for a while with an indigenous community. Or if we have little time and want some comfort, we can stay on a floating platform on the river. I stayed
El Boto, as it's known in the Brazilian Amazon, is the pink dolphin. When visiting this area of the Amazon, you should not miss the unique opportunity of seeing these animals in their natural habitat.