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Manaus: Old City Guided Tour Plus Amazon River Boat Tour

1. Manaus: Old City Guided Tour Plus Amazon River Boat Tour

Learn about the history and culture of Manaus, Amazona's capital in the heart of the Amazon rainforest. Then take a speedboat down the Amazon River to witness the Meeting of the Waters and a floating village.   You’ll be picked up from your hotel and drive to the historical center of "old Manaus." On a walking tour through town, notice the facades of the neoclassical buildings created during the rubber boom of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Visit the majestic Amazon Theatre opera house in the main square, and head to the market complex to see the three buildings known as the banana market, fish market, and municipal market. Check out the Rio Negro Palace, formerly a German rubber baron's residence that is now a museum. Next you will drive through the port and embark on a speedboat to witness the most impressive phenomenon of the Rio Negro and Amazon River, or Solimões River as it is called upstream, that run side by side without mixing their waters. Then venture to the floating village where all the houses, school, churches, bars, restaurants, and other structures are built on logs to float on the lake. Disembark at a floating fish farm and have an encounter with one of the biggest freshwater fish in the world, the famous pirarucu.   Get back in the boat for a nice ride upstream heading to Lake January, filled with giant waterlilies. Have a walk on a suspended walkway as high as the canopy of the trees, and see the sumaumeira, the biggest species of tree in the Amazon.

Manaus: Food Tour

2. Manaus: Food Tour

Try authentic delicacies and immerse yourself in the local culture of Manaus on a walking tour of the Adolpho Lisboa municipal market. Taste unmissable manauaras foods, such as Tapioca with Cupuaçu juice from a family restaurant. Afterwards, take a walk through the market premises knowing a little about the regional fruits and other delicacies in the region. During the walk you will have the opportunity to taste the Chestnut, a very tasty and popular fruit. At the end, you will have the opportunity to taste Guaraná, the drink made from the fruit of guaraná (a typical fruit of the region), which when mixed with other fruits such as Peanuts, forms a drink that besides being very tasty is also an energizing stimulant.

Manaus: Folklore Amazonian Dinner Show

3. Manaus: Folklore Amazonian Dinner Show

Come and watch some of the richest manifestations of culture and folklore of the Amazon! Every Thursday, starting at 7:00 PM, there is a live performance of the Dança Vermelha Folklore Group, presenting their musical showcasing indigenous rituals from the Parintins Folklore Festival. The Thematic Dinner will serve typical regional dishes as well as delicious tropical fruit desserts. There will also be an exclusive welcome stand with snacks and the famous indigenous delicacy Tacacá.

Amazonas: Boat Ride with a Local Amazonian

4. Amazonas: Boat Ride with a Local Amazonian

See over a hundred houses floating on a lake, built on logs of a local tree that lasts for over 50 years in the water. Visit a "Pirarucu" fish farm, navigate through the flooded forest, known as "Igapó" and discover the phenomenon of two rivers meeting together. Enjoy beautiful scenery, while passing by boat at the same level of the canopy of some trees, with rivers reaching over 15 meters high. Visit a "Pirarucu" fish farm of the largest fish, reaching over two meters long and as heavy 250 kilos. Play with these river monsters with a fishing rod (without hook, so you don't harm them) and have fun, while feeling the power of their bite. Marvel at one of the most impressive and intriguing world phenomenons, when two rivers, so different in color, velocity, temperature and density run side by side without mixing their waters. Be invited to touch the waters, while passing from one river to the other and feel the clear difference of temperature. Return to your hotel after this great experience, with unforgettable memories.

Manaus: Jewish History Tour with Guide

5. Manaus: Jewish History Tour with Guide

Amazonian Jews (Hebrew: יהודי אמזונאס, “Yehudei Amazonas”; Spanish: judíos amazónicos; Portuguese: judeus amazônicos) is the name for the mixed-race people of Jewish Moroccan and indigenous descent who live in the Amazon basin cities and river villages of Brazil and Peru, including Belém, Santarém, Alenquer, Óbidos, and Manaus, Brazil; and Iquitos in Peru. They married indigenous women and their descendants are of mixed race (mestizo). In the 21st century, Belém has about 1000 Jewish families and Manaus about 140 such families, most descended from these 19th-century Moroccans. Visit to the Beit Yaakov Synagogue Visit to Beit Chabad Visit to the Jewish Cemetery Visit to the Teatro Amazonas to finish

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What people are saying about Amazonas

Wilton is a great guide and has her own little boat. He knows and loves his city and the Amazon region. The tour with him is much better than with organized large groups. He knows people everywhere and shows the peculiarities. He is a professional, totally trustworthy guide. He also speaks English, I can't judge how well, because we spoke Portuguese.

The tour was very expensive, but well worth it, especially with the excellent guide. Milton Fernandes knows everything and speaks excellent English. Absolutely great.

Really good guide in Milton Fernandes made the trip very enjoyable, informative and interesting. Able to all answer questions and would recommend him highly.

It was a great trip. Very knowledgeable and experienced guides. Made me feel at home in Manaus.

Great tour with Milton, we got to see Manaus on land and by boat. Excellent trip!!