Adventure / Active, First Time Visitor, Nature and Wildlife, Shore Excursion
Kid Friendly: Yes. Kids over 3 years old can be accommodated.
Maximum travelers: 4
English (fluent), German (basic), Portuguese (fluent), Spanish (conversational)
See the Meeting of the Rivers in Manaus with a Private Guide
The Meeting of Waters is the confluence between the dark (blackwater) Rio Negro and the pale sandy-colored (whitewater) Amazon River or Rio Solimões, as the upper section of the Amazon is known in Brazil upriver of this confluence. For 6 km (3. 7 mi) the two rivers' waters run side by side without mixing. It is one of the main tourist attractions of Manaus, Brazil.
- We'll pick up at the hotel reception, and go directly to the docks.
- We'll take a boat cruise to Lake January, seeing the meeting of the waters.
- Change to canoes to enter water ways, stopping for dolphins observation, Vitoria Regia, etc.
- Regional fish lunch, piranha fishing and back to Manaus
**We can accommodate more than 4 people. Please send me an inquiry for the details.
-Hotel/Cruise Pick up
-Meeting of the water
-Back to Manaus Hotel/Cruise Drop off
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel/Cruise Pick up
End location: Hotel/Cruise Drop off
Duration: 6 hours
Depending of the traffic in the Port, we might leave a bit late.
We'll use a private, air conditioned vehicle for hotel pickup. (Volkswagen Maximo 2015 ).
We can accommodate more than 4 people. Please send me an inquiry for further details.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 Real - Beer and Soft drinks
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Leonardo was just the best. A wonderful tour full of surprises. We were so impressed with the tour - the four of us unanimously agreed that it made our visit to the Amazon special. The meeting of the waters, the floating village, the fish hatchery, lunch, our walk with the monkeys and above all cuddling a small sloth were all great. We also gained a lot of Knowledge about Brazil and the Amazon. The 5 star rating is well deserved.
Mary Ann Willson