This is a fun thing to do. Its very special to see the two different types of water meet each other. Must see when you are nearby!
About Meeting of Waters
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... and you'll be surprised about the sharpness of the line separating both rivers even after kilometers of going together before they finally merge really. I think a must do once being in Manaus.
A must when in Manaus! Solimoes and Rio Negro flow together to form the Amazon river. Due to different density, speed and temperature they merge only after quite some kilometers and show a distinct difference in coloring, drawing a line in the water! Best to...More
Very curious to see where and why the rivers do not blend, it´s very unique and quite weird to know they still take 25 KMs to actually blend, worth the visit!!
I'll start by saying that I live in British Columbia; not far from where the (muddy) Fraser river meets the (pristine) Thompson River. From the banks above, there is a very distinct brown/blue division that, because of the speed of the rivers, carries on for...More
When two rivers meet at home there is no difference as the water continues. Here the two rivers are distinctly different and do not mix together. One side of the water remains dark and the other remains light for miles down the Amazon. You'll need...More
Touch the water from both rivers to realize difference in temperature. The whole trip takes less than 45 minutes from Manaus
The meeting of waters is a very interesting thing to see. Make sure you see it in a day trip in which you visit the floating villages, swim with daulphins and visit the Tuyuka Indian Tribe. This day trip is amazing and its cost is...More