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5 Day/4 Night Amazon Adventure With Stay At Tapiri Floating Lodge


Surrounded by the waters of Juma Lake and the Parana do Mamori River, Tapiri Floating Lodge is made up of a single building with separate guest rooms. Each room has a private bathroom and is equipped with air-conditioning.

Outside each room is a hammock you can relax in and enjoy the surrounding views of the Parana do Mamori River. For the truly adventurous, you can plunge into the lake to cool off.

Although nestled deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, the lodge offers an unparalleled blend of natural wonder and modern convenience, complete with Starlink WiFi ensuring seamless connectivity amidst the wilderness.

A five-day trip into the amazon rainforest promises many exciting adventures. Visit a fish farm where you can see the Giant Arapaima Gigas, the meeting of the waters where the Rio Negro and the Solimões River meet but don’t mix, take a boat trip and keep an eye out for the Amazon Pink River Dolphin. You’ll also be treated to a multitude of colorful birds and perhaps even some piranha fishing. Be sure to watch the sunset and search for the fearsome Cayman before retiring for the evening. The next morning you can watch the jungle waking up to a new sunrise before going on a morning trek. You’re sure to learn many interesting things and see many of the native wildlife. Next, visit Várzea Forest, an area flooded with many small channels. Finally, visit a local family and see how they live in the jungle. Also, camp overnight before heading back home. While you’re there, we will go trekking or canoeing for some additional fun.

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Our day starts at 7am when we pick you up from your hotel in Manaus. We head to the Ceasa Port where you will board a speedboat along the Rio Negro. As we navigate the waters, the first stop on the trip is the floating village of Catalão. Here we will visit a fish farm where you can see the Giant Arapaima Gigas, the largest scaled fish in the world. You will be able to feed them and feel how strong they are!

After visiting the fish farm, we proceed by speedboat to the meeting of the waters. Here the Rio Negro and the Solimões River meet, but don’t mix. Afterwards we continue along the river to the Careiro village.From there we will continue by road for about an hour to Maçarico lake. The final leg is by speedboat and you will arrive at the lodge at about 11:30am. At noon, delicious local cuisine will be served for lunch.

At 3:00pm, we will head out on a canoe trip. On this trip you’ll see the world famous Amazon Pink River Dolphin, as well as an array of colorful birds. We’ll also get a chance to do some piranha fishing. We’ll stay out on the water until about 6:30pm when we’ll watch the beautiful sunset, and at 7pm we’ll return to the lodge for dinner. We head back on the waters at 8:30pm in search of the fearsome Cayman. Your jungle guide will snatch a Cayman out of the water, allowing you to learn more about it up close, after which it’ll be carefully returned to its habitat.

The second day of our trip starts early, at 5am. We will depart from the lodge at 5:30am on a motorized boat to a serene spot to watch the jungle waking up to a new sunrise. Afterwards we head back to the lodge for a hearty breakfast in preparation for our morning trek. During the walk, your jungle guide will share valuable knowledge about the Amazon. You will learn many interesting things, such as the medicinal plants of the Amazon, as well as all the insects that call it home. You’ll also have a chance to see many of the native wildlife, like cheeky monkeys! Once the trek has been completed, it’s back to the lodge for lunch.

At 3pm our afternoon activities start. We’ll take a canoe to Várzea forest, an area flooded with many small channels and waterways. You’ll get a unique perspective of the Amazon, learning much about the flora and fauna found here. During the dry season this trip is done on foot since there is no water from August to March. This is a good area for spotting animals like monkeys, sloths, and some birds. When we finish, it’s back to the lodge for dinner.)

Our day starts at 7am when breakfast is served. At 8am we’ll head out and visit a local family that lives along the river. You will learn about their simple, but wonderful way of life. You will see how they grow their own food and have the chance to taste local fruits. On the way back to the lodge, you will have the opportunity to swim in the river, having fun the way the local Amazonian people do.

After lunch, at 3pm, we leave the lodge to sleep out in the Amazon! Your guide will help you set up camp and prepare dinner in a remote part of the jungle. We will provide the hammocks and mosquito nets. After dinner you will have the chance to do some spearfishing, then it’s back to camp for the night.

In the jungle you’ll have more opportunities to explore the magnificent Amazon Rainforest, either by trekking or canoeing. Your guide will teach you survival techniques and local knowledge related to the Amazon. During the night, you’ll go on a night safari, do more spearfishing, and spend another night in the jungle.

After breakfast we’ll hike to another part of the forest. We’ll then pack up camp and return to the lodge at 11am. One more delicious lunch will be served at noon. At 1:30pm we’ll leave the lodge, returning to Manaus at around 4:00pm.



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    If you cancel your booking more than 15 days before your scheduled check-in date, you will receive a refund of the total amount paid minus a 15% cancellation fee. This fee covers currency exchange and banking fees, as well as any losses incurred due to exchange rate fluctuations.

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