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Rio Negro Cruise from Manaus to the Amazon River
"Discover the Rio Negro and the Amazon region by boat on this river tour from Manaus. After pickup from your Manaus hotel your cruise begins as you float past the Port of Manaus. Observe typical Amazon boats filled with goods to be delivered to the local market and admire gorgeous views of the city from the water. Travel along the river making your way to point where the Rio Negro meets the Amazon River a spot known as the Meeting of the Waters. Stop briefly to witness this amazing natural sight where the two distinct rivers flow side by side. The contrasting colors of the rivers – black and brown – stay separate for more than 3 miles (5 km).Con located about 45 minutes by boat from Manaus. See the famous Amazon water plant Victoria regia and then enjoy lunch at a floating restaurant.After lunch
From $116.00
 
"Combo Tour: Swim with Dolphins
"Combo Tour: Swim with Dolphins Visit an Indian Village and Meeting of the Waters""Tuned combo with Dolphins plus visit to the Indian village and Meeting of the Waters. Transport: Speed boat with safety equipment inspected by the Navy Federation of the Amazons State and with duly qualified captain.Activities: Swimming with dolphins visit to the Indian village where there will be interaction with the Indians of the ethnic group of Dessanos and Tucanos. Visit the jungle pharmacy watch the Indians daily activities interaction with the Shaman of the tribe
From $150.00
 
Brownsweg Day Trip from Paramaribo
"Your day will start at 8:30am with a pickup in a centrally located point on a small air-conditioned minivans.At 9:30am your first stop and small breakfast (you can choose out of bread or local food) near the Suralco-powerplant old bauxiet-mining plant. 9:45am we'll get back in the minivan to continue our ride heading Browsmountain over the Afobaka-road while the guide explains the history of the road.Arrival on Brownsweg (multiple village on the foot of the Brownsmountain) at 11am the guide will tell us about these transmigration villages and how government moved the villagers from where now the Blommenstein-reservoir is now days.From here we start on an in-paived road of 13 kilometers towards the top of the 504 meter high Browns-mountain where we should arrive at 11:45am. At for a good earned Surinamese lunch and drinks from the local restaurant called ""Rocky"".Our departure from the mountain will be at 4:15pm and we should be back at the starting point by 6pm when your tour finishes."""
From EUR70.00

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....to Belém

The easiest way to go to Belém is by plane. You can get good rates if you buy the ticket in advance. Take a look in Gol (www.voegol.com.br)The other two ways to go to Belém is by bus or by boat....
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extrem distances to and from

in 1960 Brasil started it big project connecting the Atlantic with the Pacific Ocean, building the Transamazonica or Highway BR-230, lot of Rainforest diappeared, many Indian Tribes where robbed of...
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The best way of getting to or...

The best way of getting to or leaving from Belem is by boat. I would recommend leaving this way as the trip up the river tends to keep to the edge of the Amazon (to keep out of the main current)and...
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The best way to go around is...

The best way to go around is by bus, however you will have to ask people for the information, this is ok people here like to help. Also you can take a taxi cab, you can trust in the most of then,...
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The best way to go around is...

The best way to go around is by bus, however you will have to ask people for the information, this is ok people here like to help. Also you can take a taxi cab, you can trust in the most of then,...
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While on board during the 5...

While on board during the 5 day voyage to Manaus, there is usually something different to see. The local river tribes have come to rely on handouts tossed from the passing boats, and paddle out to...
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Accomodation while on board is...

Accomodation while on board is either in an open deck or preferably in an air conditioned deck. This is most comfortable when it comes to siesta time in the heat of the day when you can escape the...
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Some cruise ships stop here,...

Some cruise ships stop here, it is a very large port and it takes two days travel from Recife. There is also an international airport. Best to get a guy with a car who speaks a little of your language...
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There are many sights to see...

There are many sights to see on route. There are many river houses and the lucky may get to see the pink river dolphins.
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Avenida Nazare 375, Bela Vista, State of Para, 66035-170, Brazil
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Rua Pres. Pernambuco 116, Bairro Batista Campos, Belem, State of Para, 66015200, Brazil
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Avenida Presidente Vargas 882, Belem, State of Para, 66017-000, Brazil
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Henrique Gurjao 236, Belem, State of Para, 66053-360, Brazil
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Avenida Nazare, 569, Bairro Nazare, Belem, State of Para, Brazil
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Av. Gov. Jose Malcher, 485, Belem, State of Para, 66035-010, Brazil
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Top Things to Do in Belém

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Teatro da Paz

This theater is registered in the Indicative List of UNESCO and probably in the future will be a World Patrimony together with the Teatro Amazonas in Manaus. It was closed when I arrived on foot to...
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Museu do Encontro

I liked this museum very much because it explained the arrival of the portuguese to Brazil and the meeting with the local indians, who were cannibals. The priests tried to civilize the indians, with...
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Forte do Presepio

This portuguese fortress, called Forte do Presepio, shelters and interesting museum devoted to the history of the arrival of the portuguese to that part of Brazil. It was located in front of famous...
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Museu Paranse

This interesting museum is also a research institution. It is so named in honor of Swiss naturalist Émil August Goeldi, who was its director. There are sections of botanic, zoology and human...
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