Amazon Backpackers Jungle Tours - Boat Tours - Amazon jungle tours Backpackers

Boat Tours - Amazon jungle tours Backpackers


5The Amazon boat tour its done on the south of Manaus aboard a two story house boat equipped with kitchen, shower, beds with mosquito nets and also hammocks.

At 08:00 AM transfer from your hotel in downtown to the port of Ceasa, from there you will travel by speed boat to cross the meeting of the water going to the village of Careiro. From there you will be transported by van for about 45 minutes to the Araça river, where you will reach the house boat . From this place you will begin your Amazon boat tour going to the Mamori Lake, which is the place where you will spend your first night. After lunch you will leave on a motorized canoe for piranha fishing, bird watching, later in the evening watching the sunset from the middle of the lake and will return to the house boat at 6:30pm. The dinner will be served at 7pm, at 8pm you will go "caiman spotting spotting".

On the morning of the 2nd day at 5:30am, canoe trip to see the nature in the morning (the sunrise and some species of birds) returning to the house boat for breakfast. Then you will go trekking through the jungle. During the trekking you will see some medicinal plants, spiders and monkeys of the Amazon jungle.
After lunch when you are relaxing, the house boat will moves further upstream to the Juma Lake, 3 hours away from the Mamori Lake. Juma is a protected reserve, which offers more possibilities of spotting wild life and Amazon creatures.

On the following day you will be able to go paddling through the flooded forest and visiting the Indigenous people, observing their lifestyles and customs.

Depending on the number of days you plan spending on the boat tour, you will be able to do all of the activities available and return to sleep on the boat, or if you chose to sleep in the jungle , you can return to take a shower and breakfast on the boat.

For the boat tour a minimum of four persons is required. We offer discounts for groups and organizations


 

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