Tour Highlights 

 Culture

Adventure

Impact

  • Visit and interact with the local communities along the Rio Negro.
  • Learn about a different way of life, defined by the rythms of nature. 
  • Hike through primary forest and learn the secrets of the rainforest.
  • Swim with river dolphins, fish for piranhas, spot cayman at night. 
  • Paddle board the calm waters of the Rio Negro and explore the waterfalls of Jau National Park.
  • Travel in a way that both respects and benefits local people, their culture and the environment.  
  • We're supporting the communities we visit through local education and conservation projects. Learn more.

Tour Highlights 

 Culture

  • Visit and interact with the local communities along the Rio Negro.
  • Learn about a different way of life, defined by the rythms of nature. 

Adventure

  • Hike through primary forest and learn the secrets of the rainforest.
  • Swim with river dolphins, fish for piranhas, spot cayman at night. 
  • Paddle board the calm waters of the Rio Negro and explore the waterfalls of Jau National Park.

Impact

  • Travel in a way that both respects and benefits local people, their culture and the environment.  
  • We're supporting the communities we visit through local education and conservation projects. Learn more.

Min. Age:

Departures

Duration

Price

Recommended for kids 3+ who are comfortable in the water.

 Dec 21 - 28 2018 Feb 16-23, 2019 Mar 9-16, 2019 Mar 16-13, 2019 Mar 30-Apr 6, 2019 Apr 13- 20, 2019 Apr 20-17, 2019 Jun 18-25, 2019 Jun 29 - Jul 6, 2019 Aug 3-10, 2019 Aug 10-17, 2019 Aug 17-24, 2019 

8 Days, 7 nights

$2,799 per adult (see details below)  

Min. Age:

Recommended for kids 3+ who are comfortable in the water.

Departures

  Dec 21 - 28 2018 Feb 16-23, 2019 Mar 9-16, 2019 Mar 16-13, 2019 Mar 30-Apr 6, 2019 Apr 13- 20, 2019 Apr 20-17, 2019 Jun 29 - Jul 6, 2019 Aug 3-10, 2019 Aug 10-17, 2019 Aug 17-24, 2019 

Duration

8 Days, 7 nights

Price

$2,799 per adult (see details below)  

Itinerary

Day 1 - Manaus Day 2 - Manaus Day 3 - Manaus - Novo Airão - Anavilhanas Day 4 - Anavilhanas - Madadá Caves Day 5 - Jaú National Park Day 6 - Jaú National Park Day 7 - Novo Airão - Mirante do Gavião Day 8 - Novo Airão - Manaus

Getting There  

Start Location Manaus, Brazil Eduardo Gomes International Airport 

Finish Location Manaus, Brazil Eduardo Gomes International Airport  

We are happy to assist you with airfare. Please e-mail us at [email protected] or contact us through the form below.

There are direct flights into Manaus, via Miami, Panama City, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.  

Direct Flights to Manaus from Miami: American Airlines and LATAM. The duration of this flight is approx. 5 hours. Direct Flights to Manaus from Rio and Sao Paulo: GOL, Azul and TAM Brazil airlines. From Rio, there is approximately 1 flight per day. The duration of the flight is 4 hours and 10 minutes. From Sao Paulo, there are 5+ flights a day to Manaus. The duration of the flight is 4 hours. Direct Flights to Rio and Sao Paulo from North America: American Airlines, Air Canada, Continental, Delta and United Airlines that fly from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, LA, Miami, Newark, New York, Orlando, Washington DC and Toronto. 

Pricing 

$2,799/adult $1,999 child 9 and under

What's Included

Inclusions + Lodging and dinner in Manaus the first day; + Lodging, activities and all meals for the remainder of the trip. + Fruit juices, soft drinks, mineral water, beer, fruit caipirinhas on board. + Transfers + Expert, bilingual guides and excursions Exclusions - Other alcoholic beverages - International or domestic airfares - Airport taxes - Cost of Medical Emergencies, including evacuation - Gratuities - Souvenirs or additional services - Cost of relevant visas - Anything else not listed as included  

Accomodations

Quick Facts Number of Cabins: 8 Types of Cabin: Matrimonial Suites (x4, Upper Deck), Bunk Suites (x 4, Main Deck) Capacity: 16 passengers Option to Share: Yes Interconnectable Cabins: No Air-Conditioning: Yes Bathrooms: Private ensuite, wetroom-style facilities, though with no hot water. Beds: Bunk or double beds with high mattress density and goose feather pillows Windows: Windows in each cabin with river-facing views. Balcony: No Features: Each cabin comes with shelves or storage under bed, desk, hooks, and chair.  

Accomodations

Quick Facts Number of Cabins: 8 Types of Cabin: Matrimonial Suites (x4, Upper Deck), Bunk Suites (x 4, Main Deck) Capacity: 16 passengers Option to Share: Yes Interconnectable Cabins: No Air-Conditioning: Yes Bathrooms: Private ensuite, wetroom-style facilities, though with no hot water. Beds: Bunk or double beds with high mattress density and goose feather pillows Windows: Windows in each cabin with river-facing views. Balcony: No Features: Each cabin comes with shelves or storage under bed, desk, hooks, and chair.  

Good To Know...

- The Rio Negro is known for its dark waters. The dark color comes from humic acid due to an incomplete breakdown of the vegetation. The good news? This means less mosquitoes and plenty of safe areas to swim in and cool off, making it ideal for a safe and enjoyable family vacation.

- The weather is hot and humid in the Amazon rain forest. Be sure to pack lightweight cotton clothes and drink plenty of water.

- The weather cools off at night. Bring a light jacket. 

- Yellow fever shot is not mandatory and not prevalent in the areas we visit, but HIGHLY recommended.

- Malaria is endemic to the region, but not prevalent in the areas we visit. However, we recommend long sleeve shirts, long pants and use of tropical-grade insect repellent during hikes and community visits.

- A pre-arranged visa is required for holders of US, Canadian and Australian passports to enter Brazil. Please contact us for more information.

Questions? Contact Us

[email protected] +1 (248) 496-0452

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