A Jungle Tour to Visit the MUSA and its Amazing Observation Tower in the Amazon - Price showed for two people.
MUSA is a piece of a huge protected area located in the north side of Manaus, was created in 1999 with the aim to break the uncontrolled growth of Manaus. Today the park is responsible to preserve the endemic species of that area and also spread the information about the Amazon and how important is the park to maintain the life and the pure oxigen.
Pick up in your place,
Trip by car or van, normally from the downtown to the museum takes 50 minutes,
Get the admissions for the trail and the observation tower.
Guided trail in the forest followed by a biologists or botanics.
Explanations about the museum and its importance.
One hour jungle walking where you can see some expositions, the snakes house, the amazonian aquarium and the giant lilies lake.
After the activity we will wait to go to the tower where you climb about 240 steps to reach the top. The view from the there is amazing you could see the jungle and its massive forest.
Back to the entrance and end of the activity and trip back to your hotel and drop off at the end.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel
End Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel
Duration: 4 hours
We may have delays during the transportation due the traffic and weather conditions.
The tour can be in a jeep renegade 4 people
for large group a comfortable van with A/C.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 reais - you may need some cash for extra expenses like drinks or snacks.
As I am a tour guide, there will be no restrictions to guide in any part of Manaus.
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At our request, Rodolpho adjusted the schedule of today's visit. I wanted to visit the local fire department. He arranged it and we had a great visit. The local firefighters welcomed us and took us on a tour of their facility. While others might not find this exciting, it made my day and Rodolpho made it possible. Thank you, Rodolpho.