What To Expect
The city of Manaus is located on the north bank of the Rio Negro and lies in the heart of the Amazon. Explore the bizarre pocket of urbanity in the middle of the jungle and experience the city's rewarding sights such as the the enchanting Manaus Opera House, the Indian Museum, the Rio Negro Palace, the Zoo, the Provincial Palace and much more!
The Manaus Opera House is an enchanting piece of Renaissance architecture and a historical landmark which is home to the Amazonas Philharmonic Orchestra. It also plays host to the annual Amazonas Opera Festival.
Visit the Indian Museum which was designed and maintained by the Salesian Sisters in 1952. The museum has a vast collection of handicrafts made by Indian tribes from several regions in the Amazon. Handicrafts displayed in the museum include household utensils, weapons, ornaments and stuffed animals.
When visiting Manaus, the Rio Negro Palace is not to miss! Originally constructed as a home for famous rubber baron German Waldemar Schoz of Germany, the massive building was sold to the Brazilian government some years later.
Get a glimpse of Brazilian wildlife at the Manaus Zoo and see animals such as spider monkeys, the bright and colorful Toucans, sloths and more! The experience is as close to nature as you can get without having to venture off into the jungle.
You will also see the Provincial Palace, a hundred-year-old estate, as well as the Port Area, the Banana Market and the Fish Market
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Tips and gratuities
Children below 7 years old are free of charge.
We recommend wearing long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Also, please bring sunglasses, sun protection, cameras and binoculars.
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.
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