A place that with every turn you will fall in love with it's vast smells, sounds, nature and the most interesting of all... men believe that we are dominate beings, but it's nature that allows dominates us and e can never go against the law that gave us Earth.
The Iguazu River joins up with the Paraná river, which forms a natural border between three countries: Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. A boat ride takes you on a ride where you can see the three landmarks (with the colors of the flags of each country) all at the same time. It's an excellent excuse to navigate through the deep jungle and watch the evening a dance Guarani. As the sun sets, you can see people lighting the bonfire and dancing around it while chanting in their native language.
See where the waters join in Manaus. It's completely an adventure. To get here, take a raft from the port, after a short ride this beautiful landscape is observed where you find the Solimoes River with the Black River to form the Amazon River
In order to cross Manaus, there is no path, so you'll have to use a barge that takes about 45 minutes to cross to the other side. It is an interesting experience because the ride has to take you through the Black River, along the crossing observed stilt house, restaurants, etc. It's a unique experience in the Brazilian Amazon.
Going from Santo Tome Argentina to Brazil, the city is called Puerto Maua, you will have to go from the Rio Uruguay in a raft that takes you about 15 minutes, the timetable is every half hour from 8 am to 17.30 pm
Crossing from Santo Tome Argentina to Brazil, the city is called Puerto Maua, cross the Rio Uruguay in a raft that takes you about 15 minutes. Crossings are every half hour from 8:00am to 5:30pm.
The Buranhém river is the natural border between Porto Seguro and Arraial Dajuda. The river is a must for nature lovers, which can make an incredible journey through the mouth into the sea of Porto Seguro route. At the mouth of the river, there is a flooded area full of life, which frames the landscape and allows us to imagine how it was before the arrival of the Portuguese. Walks can be arranged in the agencies, or with boatmen who are waiting nearby, eager to show you the local nature.