The Amazon River Basin is home to the largest rainforest on Earth. The basin — roughly the size of the forty-eight contiguous United States — covers some 40 percent of the South American continent and includes parts of eight South
Departure from the city of Manaus and transfer to the lodge, depending on the lodge location the transport can be made entirely following the asphalt road or along the river with local boat, sailing along the Rio Negro, having the opportunity to observe the meeting of the waters of the Rio Negro and Rio Solimões.
Arrival at the hotel and presentation of the lodge, with tropical welcome cocktail.
After dinner (included), night hike for spotting alligators, where specialized guides using lanterns, will show the nocturnal fauna mainly composed of Cayman.
Overnight stay in the jungle lodge with dinner and breakfast included.
Day 2 Lodge – Day activities
After breakfast we make a walk through the paths in the middle of the forest to learn about the flora and fauna accompanied by a local guide.
Back to the hotel for lunch (included).
In the afternoon departure for a visit to the home of the natives, sailing with a motorized canoe through islets and atolls, and along Narrow River channels (in the low tide it will be also carried out a visit to the house of Caboclos).
Dinner served in the restaurant (included).
Overnight stay at the jungle lodge with breakfast included.
Breakfast at hotel and rest of the day at leisure for eventual visit in the forest.
Subsequently transfer from the Lodge to the city of Manaus.
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