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Rio Negro Tours and Activities

The Rio Negro is not only the largest tributary of the great Amazon River, it’s also the largest blackwater river in the world. Its color—which looks more like strong tea than a dark oil slick—comes from high concentrations of humic acid. Despite its unique color, the river supports more than 700 species of fish, making it a rich resource for communities located along its banks.

Travelers who navigate the flow of this winding river can see the diversity of the Amazon Rain Forest up close and bear witness to the Meeting of the Waters, where the muddy Amazon River mixes with the dark Rio Negro. Visitors can hire a guide, paddle a canoe or hop aboard one of the local motorized boats to explore this natural wonder, where black waters and tropical vegetation make for a memorable experience.

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Manaus, Brazil
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Swimming with the Porpoises, native brazilian village and meeting of the waters

Swimming with the Porpoises, native brazilian village and meeting of the waters

Get to know all the points of the famous Rio Negro (Black River) on board a safe and comfortable speed boat. On a boat trip across the Negro River towards the floating platform for interaction with the porpoises, you will have the opportunity to swim with these docile animals and observe them when fed by a native. The trip continues to an indigenous community to participate in a presentation ritual and learn a little bit about their culture. Then, enjoy a tasty regional lunch and watch the phenomenal Meeting of the Waters!
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Meeting with the Porpoises and visit to native brazilian village

Meeting with the Porpoises and visit to native brazilian village

This tour is the ideal route for those who have a quick stay in the city of Manaus and want to know all the points of the famous Rio Negro (Black River) on board a safe and comfortable speed boat. The tour includes two attractions: porpoises and indigenous tribe. On a boat trip across the Negro River towards the floating platform for interaction with the porpoises, you will have the opportunity to see these docile animals when fed by a native. The trip continues to an indigenous community to participate in a presentation ritual and learn a little bit about their culture
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Trekking 6 days 5 nights

Trekking 6 days 5 nights

Fantastic adventure through Lençóis Maranhenses, one of the most unique regions in the globe. Surreal landscapes will be observed in the Brazilian "desert", full of crystalline lagoons. We will visit communities lost in time, untouched rivers, giant dunes and multicolored lagoons. We will get to know closely what it is like to live in an area where nature dictates the rules, experiencing the immemorial way of life of the natives. Transformative and unforgettable experience, indicated only for the strong in body and soul: HIGH level of DIFFICULTY.
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  • 5 days
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Should I book Rio Negro tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Rio Negro can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Rio Negro 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Rio Negro costs USD 47.89. Guided Rio Negro tours start around USD 47.89 per person.
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