On this full-day tour from Manaus, cruise down the Rio Negro to the Meeting of the Waters, the location where it meets the Amazon River. Be awed by this natural phenomenon, where the Rio Negro’s black waters and the Amazon’s muddy waters flow separately for a few miles. You’ll then stop at an ecological park to see the Amazon’s famous Victoria regia water plant; have lunch on a floating river restaurant; and take a motorized canoe through the small creeks of the Rio Negro.
• 8 hours
Explore the Amazon city of Manaus on a 3-hour city sightseeing tour. Make stops at the Rio Negro Palace, the Indian Museum, the Justice Palace and Teatro Amazonas. See the floating port of Manaus and the Municipal Market. See interesting architecture and learn about the history and culture of Manaus from your guide. This is an indispensable tour to understand the grandiosity of the architectural heritage embedded in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, a sample of its history, culture, art and the customs of its warm and hospitable people
• 3 hours
Put your survival skills to the test on this guided tour through the Amazon Rainforest from Manaus! As you walk through the lush rainforest, your expert guide will teach you how to conquer your natural surroundings. Learn how to identify trees that produce fruits and nuts you can eat -- like açai palm berries, passion fruit and Brazilian nuts -- as well as vegetation to avoid. Spot medicinal leaves and roots; learn how to find sources of clean water; and practice building traps for small animals. Afterward, enjoy lunch and take a scenic canoe ride before discovering local village life with a visit to a real Amazonian home.
• 5 hours
Welcome to Manaus, the main gate to the Amazon rain forest and a city located in the middle of the jungle with an amazing and interesting history. In this half day tour you will see and learn about the rubber boom time, one of the most important economic cycles of the Amazon and also visit some treasures left from that rich period when Manaus used to be called the Little Paris of the Tropics. In this tour you will be leaded by an expertise and knowledge tour guide, Tour available in the morning and afternoon, all days of the week.
• 4 hours
See the Sanctuary and Iracema waterfalls on this day trip to the area surrounding Presidente Figueiredo, a small town north of Manaus. Enjoy the beauty of the Amazon Rainforest on the drive, and learn about the native wildlife and plants from your local guide as you admire the waterfalls and explore the area around the Urubui River. You’ll also enjoy a Brazilian lunch at a local restaurant. This full-day tour is a great way to see the natural beauty surrounding Manaus!
• 8 hours
Learn about the 19th-century rubber boom in Manaus on this guided tour of the Museu do Seringal Vila Paraíso (Rubber Museum). This open-air museum is a recreation of an Amazonian rubber estate, where you can learn about rubber making, discover what types of tools are used to tap the rubber from trees and see docks from where rubber was shipped all over the world. Your knowledgeable guide will tell you about the rubber era and how it made Manaus one of the wealthiest cities in Brazil during the late 1800s.
• 4 hours
Tuned combo with Dolphins observation, a visit to an Indian village and Meeting of the Waters. Watch Dolphins in the wild, see the meeting of the waters and visit an indigenous village during this 8-hour tour from Manaus. Accompanied by your local guide, travel by speedboat deep into the Amazon forest.
• 8 hours
An amazing tour where you will discover why the waters of Negro and Solimoes rivers cannot mix for several kilometers.Join the best Amazon River tour where you will discover the magical amazon rain forest. You can also enjoy a tour under the flooded forest where you can see a little bit of the local fauna and flora, the tour will be leaded by a local and experienced tour guide.The tour can be with minimum two people and maximum ten people per group.
• 4 hours
With this full-day tour we'll visit a beautiful place called Presidente Figueiredo where you can see the oldest rock formation of the Amazon. Here you can find more than 100 water falls spread inside the jungle which gives the title of the water falls land. This place is becoming a most wanted destination for those who like this type of contact with the nature. Feel the real Amazon breathing the purest oxygen of the world and walking through the dense rain forest.
• 9 hours
See the wildlife of the Amazon rainforest on this 4-hour guided tour which visits the INPA - The Amazon`s Research Institute – the only place in the amazon where you can see freshwater manatees very close and the military Zoo, is also a jungle survival techniques training center where you can see local animals like jaguars, monkeys and snakes which also includes an aquarium with some species of the Amazon basin.
• 4 hours