Belém, Brazil
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  • Belém: Full-Day Furos & Igarapé Boat Tour with Lunch

    1. Belém: Full-Day Furos & Igarapé Boat Tour with Lunch

    Spend your day cruising along the Guamá and Acará rivers to tour the waterfront of Belém. Explore the natural channels between two rivers or lagoons, called furos, which are typical to northern Brazil. Visit a local riverside community to experience, and learn what life by the river is like. Take in the daily activities of different boats on the river and enjoy the beauty of the diverse Amazonian habitats as you travel down the waterways. Sail around Combú Island, passing through Furo do Benedito and Furo do Paciência. Visit a waterfront village, and learn about how locals interact with the environment, make use of natural resources in their daily lives, and activities such as fishing, hunting, and agriculture.  Choose to add your experience with a trip at dawn to Papagaios Island, a habitat for thousands of parrots. Watch the city come to life in the morning, and as the sun begins to...

  • Belém: Ver-o-Peso Market and Full-Day City Tour with Lunch

    2. Belém: Ver-o-Peso Market and Full-Day City Tour with Lunch

    Explore Belém with an expert guide with this full-day tour. After pickup at your hotel, head to the colorful Ver-o-Peso market, a cultural symbol of Belém and the largest open market in Latin America. Explore hundreds of stalls filled with regional products such as river fish, medicinal herbs, ornamental plants, handicrafts, and a huge variety of typical fruits.  Spend the rest of the day discovering the best museums in the city, starting with the Emilio Goeldi Museum, a botanical and zoological research institute. The botanical park occupies a huge area in the center of Belém and is a living exhibition of Amazonian fauna and flora. See birds, sloths, freshwater fish, and a variety of reptiles and amphibians. Continue the tour to the Forte do Presépio fortress and visit the ethnographic exhibitions at the Encontro Museum. Finally, visit the São José Liberto Gem Museum to see a floor of...

  • Belém: 2, 3 or 4-Day Marajó Island Excursion with Lodging

    3. Belém: 2, 3 or 4-Day Marajó Island Excursion with Lodging

    Choose between a 2, 3 or 4-day guided excursion, with lodging in the city of Soure included, to visit the Marajó Island, the world’s largest fluvial island, and learn about the northern Brazilian culture and see stunning coastal landscapes.  2 Day, 1 Night Excursion: Day 1 - Visit a typical Marajoara farm, where there will be an optional buffalo riding scheduled, followed by a local snack. Continue and visit the paradisaical Pesqueiro beach, where you will have time for a bath and lunch. In the afternoon, visit the crafts, ceramics, and tannery center, in Soure. Return to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own.  Day 2 - Eat breakfast and get more free time in the morning to explore. At 2:00 PM leave to the port and board the boat to return to Belém. Arrival around 4:30 PM and get a transfer to your hotel. 3 Day, 2 Night Excursion: D...

  • Belém: Half-Day City Tour with Ver-o-Peso Market Visit

    4. Belém: Half-Day City Tour with Ver-o-Peso Market Visit

    Start the tour with pickup from your hotel in Belém, then embark on your comprehensive half-day tour of the city's highlights. First, visit the colorful Ver-o-Peso market, located on the banks of Guajará Bay. Stroll through the largest open-air fair in Latin America and the most important commercial warehouse that supplies the city. Then, continue on to the Feliz Lusitânia complex, composed of the Sé Cathedral, Casa das Onze Janelas, with a visit to the Castelo Fortress, a landmark of the city in 1616. Also, see the Basilica Sanctuary Nossa Senhora de Nazaré, one of the most beautiful churches in Belém built in the neoclassical style neoclassical. Admire the marble decor and learn about how the building's history is mixed with the largest religious festival of the people of Pará, the Círio de Nazaré. After this, visit the Emilio Goeldi Museum (except on Tuesdays, when the museum is clo...

    The half-day city tour is a great apprach to the culture and sights in Belém. I loved how the food items were explained on Ver-o-peso market. The most important landmarks are covered. The guide was very helpful and understanding.

  • Belém: Ilha do Mosqueiro River Beach Trip with Lunch

    5. Belém: Ilha do Mosqueiro River Beach Trip with Lunch

    Enjoy a full-day tour to the bucolic Mosqueiro Island, approximately 80 kilometers (50 miles) from Belém by car. Sunbathe on the beach and take a dip in the calm waters. Benefit from included lunch and hotel transfers. Mosqueiro Island is connected to the mainland by the 1.5-kilometer (0.9-mile) Sebastião de Oliveira bridge. The 243-kilometer² (94-mile²) island is located on the eastern coast of the Pará River (the southern arm of the Amazon), in front of Marajó Bay. On your day trip, discover some of the island’s 16 beautiful freshwater beaches with waves and tides, over 17 kilometers (10.5 miles) of clear sands, and lush vegetation. Much of the island’s tourism is entirely organic: people go there because it’s a charming natural place with distinctive gastronomy. Lunch is included, and your day is all about having free time to swim and sunbathe on the calm beaches.

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The half-day city tour is a great apprach to the culture and sights in Belém. I loved how the food items were explained on Ver-o-peso market. The most important landmarks are covered. The guide was very helpful and understanding.