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Meeting Of The Waters Tour

Meeting Of The Waters Tour Packages
Country: Brazil
City: Rio De Janeiro
Duration: 8 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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Departure from the Tropical Hotel pier or Manaus floating harbor for a fantastic trip along with the greatness of the Negro river, seeing the floating harbor, Local Buildings, Municipal Market, and the residential constructions on stilts, you are going to observe the confluence of the Solimões and Negro rivers, that flow for about 12 km without mixing: You will remain there for some minutes to watch the most important natural phenomenon of the Amazon and fresh-water pink dolphins.

Explore About Beaches of Brazil:

Brazil takes up 50 percent of the land in South America and sits right on the Atlantic Ocean – so it's no surprise that it's full of golden beaches and access to some of the most beautiful coastlines on the continent.

If one of the main reasons you're heading to Brazil is to work on your tan, you won't be disappointed. Here, you can choose to lay down on the beach for hours or explore the surrounding trails and hills, and you'll end up with a golden hue either way.


Brazil's most famous beach sits right in the heart of Rio de Janeiro. If you're looking for a quiet, secluded getaway where you can enjoy the soft sands on your own, this isn't it. This is a beach for people watching (and a favorite of South American models and actors), water sports including surfing, and entertainment.

Ilha Grande

Ilha Grande (Big Island) was once used as a quarantine place for people with leprosy. When the last hospital there closed, the island was abandoned and remained wild and uninhabited for decades. Once it was rediscovered as a prime destination, efforts were made to keep development to a minimum in order to preserve the island's fauna and flora, including endangered species like the brown howler monkey.


If the constant go-go-go energy of Copacabana seems a bit much, nearby Ipanema beach is a great place to visit instead. Perhaps one of the most famous beaches in the world, Ipanema is classier and prettier than Copacabana, more about swimming and enjoying the sun than about non-stop action.


If you're looking for a private corner of paradise, this is where you'll find it in Brazil. Up until 1998, the area around Jericoacoara beach didn't even have electricity. That's no longer the case - though street lights are still prohibited, and you can see a sea of stars once the sun sets - and tourists now head here in search of virgin sands and quiet spots for windsurfing.

Porto de Galinhas

Porto de Galinhas is a laid-back resort town that offers the best of two worlds: all the peace and solitude you would want in a tropical paradise paired with crystal-clear waters and soft white sands that seem to go on forever. The main beach in the area is Porto de Galinhas beach, located right in the center of town. You'll find restaurants and food stalls here.

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