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
Boating into the Amazon rainforest
You can swim with pink dolphins, or just watch them swimming
Visiting an Indigenous Tribe
Holding a snake, playing with a sloth, and following little monkeys
Victoria Lily an unique amazon plant
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.
The best part of our trip, fishing for piranhas
Amazon floating homes
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: Portuguese
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