Manaus Things to Do

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  • 1. Take a trip along the river,...

    You Can travel by boat along the Amazon river. It's about R$300,00 reais and you can be all day longer to see the river, the Aldeias, the animals. \you can take photos with the animals, bicho preguiça...

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  • 2. Opera House, Museo do Indio

    This remarkable place was built in the midst of the Amazon jungle in 1896 at the peak of the rubber boom. It took 15 years to construct. On entering a unique marble lobby is revealed inlaid with...

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  • 3. Municipal Market

    The Mercado Municipal is an expansive market building which stands on the bank of the Rio Negro. The 1882 building is inspired by the ‘Les Halles’ in Paris and covers more than 12.000 square meters....

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  • 4. Floating Dock (2)

    Lots of sights and smells here in the fish market. Its not just fish, they also sell all kings of meats, fruits, veggies and other things. We got here around 3pm and things were starting to shut down,...

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  • 5. Ponta Negra Beach

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Amazon Theatre (Portuguese: Teatro Amazonas) was a great find, as I didn't even notice this when I was looking at the city on the internet before I left the UK. It was huge too, and probably the...

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  • 6. The Zoo

    3 out of 5 stars

    Visit the Manaus Zoo to see all of the Amazon animals, most of which you will nenver see in the Amazon. The zoo is run by the military and the enterence fee is 2R$. There are many amazing amazon...

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  • 7. CAMP GREEN PLANET

    As soon as we had checked into our Manaus hotel , we were literally "attacked " by tourist guides in the lobby wanting to sell us a jungle trip package.....It was sort of a "light" tourist trap , not...

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  • 8. Customs House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    ALFANDEGA means the customs and by chance the area was the first thing we looked at when taking our first walk in Manaus. At the time I didn't even know what these buildings represented and to be...

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  • 9. Mindu Park

    3 out of 5 stars

    Perhaps once upon a time Parque do Mindu was nice, closer to it's creation in 1989, but today it should not appear on your itinerary. We went there today, 29 September 2009. It's current state is...

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  • 10. Bosque da Ciencia

    4 out of 5 stars

    The National Institute of Amazon Research (INPA - INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE PESQUISAS DA AMAZÔNIA) was created in 1995 to develop scientific and technologic studies and to preserve amazonian species. You...

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  • 11. the Matriz

    all the Buildings are the result of the elegant period of 1900 and the era of the Rubber boom..OrlandoBR.. told me it's the Matriz, is undergoing repairs and refurbishing at the moment..tanx Orlando!

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  • 12. Palacio Rio Negro

    4 out of 5 stars

    The lovely mustard-gold and white mansion was closed for renovation when we showed up, but even if that's the case for you as well, stop by this complex...the exhibits are free! You can see a nice,...

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  • 13. Catching Croc's

    Find someone to take you out in some of the Crocodile infested smaller rivers to try to catch some young Croc's, it's amazing fun, and you really get to feel...

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  • 14. The Forest

    Manaus is of course, the jumping off point to the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest, and when we were there, we found a great guide called Elmo.He was on a bus...

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  • 15. The meeting of the waters.

    This is a must do while you have the chance. This is the most famous meeting of waters there is, and it is amazing.This meeting of waters is by two rivers, the...

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  • 16. Festival and Parties.

    One thing that impressed me, was how the people love a good party and a chance to unwind. In the city people would be dancing outside clubs and bars, and not...

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  • 17. Amazon Theatre

    The Amazon Theatre (Portuguese: Teatro Amazonas) is an opera house located in Manaus, in the heart of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. Theatre was built during...

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  • 18. make an accompanied jungle walk

    accompanied by professional guide, e.g. lodge owner like Germano from the Tariri Lodgehttp://www.taririamazonlodge.com.br/eng/index.phpyou can learn a lot of...

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  • 19. MEETING OF THE WATERS

    When you take a ferry downstream (100kms) where the Amazon and Negro converge the brown sandy colour of the Amazon and the black colour of the Negro will be...

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  • 20. Amazon Eco Adventures Boat Tour

    One day tour with speed boat to following attractions:Seringal museum, where you got an impression of Manaus during the rubber boom; Monkey parque where you see...

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  • 21. Amazon Jungle Tour

    Arriving in Manaus, we decided to make a jungle tour. After contacting several Agencies we booked with Amazon Backpackers. Everything worked out fine. The next...

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  • 22. Amazon Jungle Tour

    Arriving in Manaus, we decided to make a jungle tour. After contacting several Agencies we booked with Amazon Backpackers. Everything worked out fine. The next...

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  • 23. Jungle Tour

    The Amazonas jungle is a must do/see in Manaus! Together with three good friends I went on a seven days tour arranged by Brazilian Safaris Tours, and it was a...

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  • 24. Capoeira

    When walking the streets of Manaus you’ll quite often meet a group of capoeira dancers, who are giving a performance. Capoeira is a kind of ‘dance which is a...

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  • 25. Manaus City Centre

    Praca São Sebastião is a big square in front of the opera house in Manaus. In the centre of the square you'll find the 'Monumento Comemorativo a Abertura dos...

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