Today at Anavilhanas Village Guesthouse, we visited a village of the indigenous people of the Amazon and took a boat trip to the Rio Negro to try piranha fishing 🙂» Read the full blog post
Amazon (Brazil) » Travel Reports
The Amazon is a river in northern South America and stretches across nine states: Brazil, French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. The catchment area covers more than seven million square kilometres and is thus approximately the size of Australia. Most tributaries originate in the Andes. The area of the Amazon and its tributaries is called the “Amazon basin”, which is mainly covered by a dense tropical rainforest. With a water flow of about 200.000 m³/s it is by far the most water-rich river on earth (about 70 times as much as the Rhine). The largest city on the Amazon is called Manaus.
From our Anavilhanas Village Guesthouse we took today with our small group a trip to the pink river dolphins “Botos” in the Amazon.» Read the full blog post
To get in and get to know the Amazon, we took a boat trip on the Rio Negro with our guide Roy from the Anavilhanas Village Lodge and then a short hike through the jungle.» Read the full blog post
To experience the Amazon up close, a local accommodation is best located right on the Rio Negro. On our tour we spent 3 days in the small Anavilhanas Village Guesthouse, which is lovingly run by Roy and his family.» Read the full blog post
Our flight with TAM Airlines took off on time in Rio de Janeiro and landed at Eduardo Gomes Airport in Manausat around 9.30am. From here started our already booked Amazon tour, about which we will tell you in the next posts.» Read the full blog post