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Manaus Opera performances

by closeby

Can any opera buff,travel expert or tour company tell me if,and when,there are performances by well known companies and/or solo artists?

Re: Manaus Opera performances

by Odinnthor

Well, the Opera House is a sight to see. This European neoclassic in the middle of the jungle. Interesting history behind this famous theatre.

Here is the performance schedule for April and May 2010. If you keep this website I am sure it will be updated. This page was updated this month. Good Luck!

Re: Manaus Opera performances

by lynnehamman

Good advice from Erik.
You might also care to have a look at the pages of our VT opera expert Don, who goes by the VT name nemorino. Don has great tips on opera around Europe.

link to his page is

Re: Manaus Opera performances

by Odinnthor the way, try to get a private, or join a scheduled boat ride to the actual joining of the rivers, where the Rio Negro enters the mainstream. My tour members (I was the tour director), - most of them, - were fascinated with the contrast in the two rivers. There were a few who could not care less, but those were always the ones that should have stayed home and rented the video. I always found something magical about the enormity of it all. I found the entire area surrounding Manaus just great, and would love to go back to the Amazon once more. Enjoy the ride.....d:o)

Travel Tips for Manaus

Manaus - where the Negro and the Amazon meet

by SumTingWong

To experience the Brazilian Amazon, manaus is the place to start. I believe that Manaus is underestimated. There are a lot of things to see and do in Manaus. A city tour is nice to see all of the areas of this city, including some of the Favelas (slums). Visiting the meeting of the rivers is a must see due to the natural phenomonon that it is. Why not go hiking or spend some time at ont of the Amazon lodges a few hours bu boat from the city, in the unspioled Amazon.

MASSIVE humidity notwithstanding...

by morgane1692

Our Jungle Cruise on the Rivers Negro and Amazon. Different companies offer such trips but we signed up for our internment, errr, luxury cruise at the travel agency located inside the lobby of the tres cool Tropical Hotel on Ponta Negra beach. We then joined our fellow castaways directly behind the hotel, boarding at its private dock. And off we return that evening with true stories of survival that shocked and amazed our friends and family...did we really have to eat bugs and build our own shelter from palm fronds and coconut shells and steal each other's shoes and cooking pots?!?!


by pepples46

fishermen at the port of Belem...the main income source for many in the 70s, has been still is I suppose, a spectaculare pasttime for tourist, when the Fishermen brought their catch home in the late afternoon. but Belem has a 'nasty' surprise around this time. one could put the clock to it .around 5pm it started to rain with buckets, cats and dogs:-)the Humidity still high, get even higher, not realy a refreshing shower..which may lasted for 30min. then everything is cleaned and washed up. when in Belem, don't forget, if you like it go for it.if not, stay in the dry

Belem do Para

by pepples46

we took the Amazon Cruise from Manaus to Belem.. and it has been a wonderful Adventure, a whole week on the biggest River...but getting terra firma under the feet again was great too..I actually felt a little giddy, had a sway like a seaman, so they said.
Belem is the Capital of the State of Para and one of the upmost charming ones!! I do speak for myself...ofcourse
one of the main export is:Brazilnut..or Paranut, more infos click the website below

Amazon Jungle Trip

by JaydenP

During my tour of South America i did a 3 night jungle trip which was an unforgettable experience. After a 3 hour coach ride from the city of Manaus, we walked down a dirt path and jumped in a small speed speed boat in the Amazon River. 50minutes later we reached our jungle lodge, in the thick of the Amazon, the lodge was only accessible by boat/canoe. At the lodge there were English speaking guides who looked after us for the duration of our stay. The first day we went Piranha fishing which proved to be alot more difficult than i though it would be! Our guide Ricardo caught 2 so it wasnt a completely fruitless afternoon on the river! After dinner -which consisted of spaghetti, rice, chicken, salad, eggs and fruit we went out caymen spotting. Unfortunately we didnt see any - apparantly something to do with a full moon (?).On the 2nd day we woke up early at 5am and went to watch the sunrise over the Amazon which was beautiful. At roughly 11am that day we trekked for 4 hours in 40degrees into thick jungle which is where we spent the 2nd nite. On the way we saw Jaguar footprints which was quite unnerving!! Making your own cutlery out of wood and leaves is good fun and there was a natural spring to drink from and get a shower which was like heaven after the trek. We were never far from the odd tarantula and other insects but we didnt get into any trouble as far as bites go.The next day we trekked back to the lodge -and we finally got there after sinking our canoe in the piranha infested waters!!! We made blowpipes on the last day back at the lodge as a souvenir. There are other groups of travellers there aswell so you get to meet alot of people from around the world. These trips are widely available from lots of tour operators as soon as you get to Manaus. Pre-booking, i doubt is neccessary as there are so many operators.The cost of our expedition was 100reals per day (£20.00) - which i was doubting the value of during the 4 hour trek (optional) but it was absolutely amazing!! A must if your travelling Brazil.


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