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Into the Amazon Rainforest: A photo diary to inspire you to visit

The Amazon Rainforest covers 9 countries in South America.  Most of the forest is within Brazil, where 60% of the forest is contained. We visited the Amazon rainforest in Brazil.   To get there we flew into Manaus.

Here’s our photo diary to inspire you to visit the Amazon rainforest:

Exploring the town:

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Manaus Historic bulding
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Beach in Manaus

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Boating into the Amazon rainforest:

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Boating into the jungle

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Here you can swim with pink dolphins,  or just watch them swimming:

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Pink Dolphin

Visiting an Indigenous Tribe:

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Amazontribes

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Holding a snake, playing with a sloth, and following little monkeys:

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monkey

Here you can find Victoria Lily, an unique amazon plant:

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Victoria Lily plant

Watching the meeting of the waters: where the Solimões River and the  Negro River run side by side without mixing, to form the great Amazon River.

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The best part of our trip, fishing for piranhas:

Amazon floating Houses:

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floatinghouse

Exploring the Amazon rainforest, was a wild experience that we will never forget. We had an unforgettable time filled with fun and adventures, in this  wonderful and unique part of the world!

Best time to visit: You can visit the Amazon any time of year. The high water Season (December-May), during this time of the year, you can go deeper into the forest on excursions boats. The weather is cooler.

Currency: Brazilian Real

Official Language:

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South America

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