Sightseeing in Manaus

Amazon EcotourismAmazon Ecotourism - MAP The Amazon Forest, the largest rainforest in the world, occupies an area of ​​over 6 million km2 spread over nine countries. Most of it - about 60% - is in Brazil. Dividing it into two large halves the Amazon River, navigable by large vessels for more than 6,500 kilometers from Belem, at its mouth on the Atlantic Ocean to Iquitos in Peru. Result of the confluence of two of its major tributaries, the Negro and Amazon, Amazon River is...
MapCentro Cultural Povos do Amazonas - MAP It has an area of 68,268 meters square and perimeter of a mile, where they installed a Cultural Hall with about seven million square feet of building area and an entertainment arena with a capacity of 17 000 people. The radius of its shares will be extended by nine countries of South America: Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, covering an estimated population of 23 million inhabitant...
Jefferson Péres Park  in ManausJefferson Péres Park - MAP 3 Named after one of the biggest politicians who have had the Amazon, the park occupies a vast area from downtown Manaus. Y-shaped, thanks to the meeting together of two streams that flow into the Rio Negro, the space was designed to be a tribute to the Belle Epoque of Manaus. The park has several details that refer to this epoch. The imposing entrance porch, an iron structure over 10 feet tall, has drawings that resemble the flags of...
Meeting of the Rivers Negro-Solimões, AmazonMeeting of the Rivers - MAP This natural phenomenon is caused by the confluence of the Negro River’s dark water and the Solimões River’s muddy brown water that come together to form the Amazonas River. For 6 km, both rivers waters run side by side, without mixing. This phenomenon is caused by the great difference between the water temperatures and current speeds. The Negro River flows approximately 2km/h at 22ºC, while the Solimões River flows 4 to 6 km/h a...
Inside the Amazon RainforestThe Amazon Forest - MAP is the largest rainforest in the world, occupies an area of ​​over 6 million km2 spread over nine countries. Most of it - about 60% - is in Brazil. Dividing it into two large halves the Amazon River, navigable by large vessels for more than 6,500 kilometers from Belem, at its mouth on the Atlantic Ocean to Iquitos in Peru. Result of the confluence of two of its major tributaries, the Negro and Amazon, Amazon River is the gutter in t...