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Boat Expeditions - Pink Dolphin

Pink Dolphin expeditions (06 days 05 nights)

 

1st day - 09:00 am. The program Starts with a cruise down river by boat, visiting the meeting of the waters from the grand Rio Negro and Rio Solimões Rivers (meeting of the waters) followed by a short visit to a floating Village, home to 30 families, (it is a very interesting place, the guest will receive a brief view of how people live in a floating house) and then we will go to Janauarilandia Park, to take a catwalk to see the giant water lilies. (12:30pm Lunch on the Board). Afterwards the group will make a canoe trip into the Igapé (flooded forest).
*** Departure by boat from Januarilandia to Jacareubal
*** Dinner on Board
***Overnight on Hammocks or Cabins

 

2nd day - 06:00-am  Departure to Arara River
**Breakfast on board                                                                                                                                             
08:00-am  Jungle trekking with a local guide from the Arara Community, During the Trek the group will get information about the flora and fauna of the region, including medicinal plants. After trekking, lunch on Board, and time for swimming in the river

***Afternoon Piranha Fishing, and Sunset tour
***06: 30 Dinners on the River Beach
Overnight in Hammocks or Cabins

 

3rd day
Breakfast and Departure to Cuieiras River (arrive around 05:00 pm). Dinner and overnight in the jungle (camp out from boat in jungle camp, this is up to your choice).


4th day
The forth day of your adventure begins with an early morning jungle trek where you will have the opportunity to observe and listen to Amazon fauna as it awakes with the sun.
Lunch on board. In the afternoon the group will have paddling expeditions in a dugout canoe, where everyone will try to paddle in Cuieiras River.  With this kind of canoe you will have more of a chance to see the birds and other animals due to the quieter, more tranquil method of transportation.
Dinner and afterwards a canoe trip to see the nocturnal life of the rainforest (90% of all animal species within the rainforest are active during the night).

 

5th day
Breakfast and departure to the city of Novo Airão
The group will visit the town (church and schools) and after that they will see the children swimming with dolphins.
Dinner on board, after a walk tour of town to experience the nightlife of Novo Airão
Overnight on board in hammocks or cabins.

 

6th day
Early departure to Manaus following the same itinerary and looking for activities and interests the group may have along the way. Our goal is to be back by the end of the afternoon to transfer you to a hotel of your choice.

 

Some details to make your trip to the Amazon unforgettable:
Bring along Insects repellant, sunglasses, hat or cap, comfortable clothes, tennis shoes, sandals and a raincoat.

P.S: please bring the least of luggage possible 10kg per person, the rest of luggage can stay in the office in Manaus or in the hotel.
P.S: avoid give money to the community children, we prefer that you give some toy, comic book or others.

 

General Conditions
Adventure travel generally requires operating with small group of people, and our packages are quoted according to this small number of participants.

 

Program Includes
Transfer, boat trip, hammocks or Cabins/accommodations, all meals, expert guide services, bottled water, juice, surviving techniques and training.

 

It Does Not Include:
Travel insurance of any kind. Alcoholic beverages, such as beer and wine, which can be arranged per your request for moderate consumption we do bring a couple bottles of cachaça (Brazilian sugar cane rum) to mix fresh lime caipirinhas on ice in the evening  our treat and tradition. :)

 

How to Pack:
We recommend that you bring a small backpack along with your main gear. This will help you pack for off trips and nights we spend in the jungle. The following items are also recommended: light cotton T-shirts, a cotton sweater and sweat pants, several pairs of socks, jeans or nylon long pants, shorts, old trekking shoes or hiking boots, a hat, sun glasses, a pair of flip flops, swimming suit, towel, sun screen, a small flashlight, a pair of binoculars, zip lock bags to store and protect film and other items from water, a rain coat (if you must).

 

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