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“My husband and i were recommended to do our Amazon Eco Adventures by our friends and it was more than the best!!!!! we did 2 tours with Pedro (the owner) and both were the best experience we had in our trip.”
By Amazon Eco Adventures! In a small group (10 people max.) discover the landmarks of Amazon on a full-day guided tour, including roundtrip pickup in Manaus. Starting with pink dolphin interaction, docile and...read more
“This December was the second year in a row that I have used Norberto Prado's Amazone Tarzan Jungle Tour and Lodge - a fascinating experience, including fishing for Piranhas(which we later ate for lunch and dinner...”
Beginning of the journey to the Meeting of the Waters , where we will observe the Rio Negro and Solimões that together form the Amazon River. Next we will visit the January Lake, where we will see the floating...read more
Is a special itinerary with all attractions reunited in a single day, but this tour is available only as private tours, can be modified according to the customers need, The tour has a long schedule departing in the...read more
A hand painted floating house / restaurant alongside the main dock, standing on a raft or sitting on ladders attached there, dolphins’ surface from time to time for piece of fish or sneaking snacks from tourists...read more
Leaving from the floating dock, cruise down the Rio Negro and pass by the busy harbor of Manaus where large ships load and unload as well as the Educandos hillside with wooden houses built on stilts, while watching...read more