What To Expect
The Amazon, being the largest tropical rainforest in the world is home to an abundant amount of life. The region contains nearly 40,000 plant species and more than 350 indigenous and ethnic groups who have lived in the Amazon for thousands of years.
Enjoy a day swimming with dolphins and visit the Indian village where you'll have the chance to interact with the ethnic groups of the Dessanos and Tucanos. Visit the jungle pharmacy and meet the shaman of the tribe. You will also be able to assess Indian handicrafts which you can buy as souvenirs.
Have a delightful lunch at the Jungle Queen floating restaurant and continue to the Meeting of the Waters, which is the confluence between the dark waters of the Rio Negro and the sand-colored Amazon River or Rio Solimoes.
You will then go on a canoe trip to the flood forests and streams where you can fish for piranhas before heading to the Pirarucu's fish nursery. See beautiful water lillies and if you're lucky, you might even spot a couple of sloths and an anaconda!
Visit to the Meeting of the Waters
Speedboat with safety equipment
Tips and gratuities
Children below 7 years old are free of charge.
This tour has a 2 passenger minimum requirement for operation and is subject to cancellation if this minimum is not met. Please call at least 48 hours prior to departure to confirm schedule.
Free pick-up is only for hotels in the city center. Pick-up and drop-off for other locations available at an additional cost. Please inquire.
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