Manaus may not rank at the top of most Brazil must-see lists in the way that Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo do, but this major port city has the appeal of a pretty historic center - complete with 19th-century architecture - and its proximity to ... 

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Giant lilly pads

June 2013

All of the jungle vegetation is impressive

Starting a fire

May 2013

Starting a fire from tree sap, a cotton ball from our first aid kit and sticks.


May 2013

Going out on the motorboat!

Giant Lilypads

May 2015

These lilypads are a short 5 minute walk by elevated walkway from the floating restaurant.

Handicraft Store next to Floating Restaurant

May 2015

Handicrafts for sale by local vendors

Local Fish with NO BONES

May 2015

Local fish with no bones...not quite as tasty as flounder

Rio Negra Fish with lots of bones

May 2015

We were warned in advance to look out for bones in this local delicious fish

Buffet Lunch Table at Floating Restaurant

May 2015

We're ready to enjoy our buffet lunch, included with the tour cost

Start of Boat Tour

May 2015

Boarding the Boat

Tour boar boat observation deck

June 2013

The boat provides for comfortable travel and viewing.

Encontra das Aquas

June 2013

The two rivers really do have different colors.


May 2013

View of the forest canopy.

Spiky Tree

May 2013

Don't get poked by this tree, it's actually poisonous. But you can use some of the syrup found inside to start a fire (it's flammable).

Red Ants

May 2013

Finding a red ants nest and rubbing them into your skin helps camouflage your smell from larger animals (like pumas).


May 2013

Trekking through the Amazon.

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