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Rio in Tours Jungle adventure

Lodge Selva Amazonica is a design hotel with just 12 accommodations entirely made of
hardwood, built with the techniques of naval construction in the Amazon.

180 km away from the state capital, Manaus, the hotel faces the Rio Negro with viewpoints to the Anavilhanas National Park and Archipelago, offering a memorable and authentic experience for its guests.


See & Do It Almost All n 3 Days - All Incluse



2 nights - Double at Blue Tree Premium Hotel or similar with breakfast

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The lodge offers spacious, airy, bold design and views of the Rio Negro. The authenticity of the Amazon, in an elegant reading, our gastronomy presents itself. From essential experiences to an overnight stay in the forest, hotel packages cater to different travelers with just the right amount of comfort and adventure.

The largest watershed in the world, the largest rainforest, the most diverse ecosystems on the planet.

Accommodation in chosen category;
Transfers in/out Manaus x Novo Airão x Manaus 
Tours as described in the packages; Tours with entrance fees to national parks
Daily meals a la carte at the Camu-Camu Restaurant (breakfast, lunch and dinner);
Check-in from 2pm (lunch included); 3 meals a day
Check-out until 11am (lunch not included).

Bilingual tour guide (English / Portuguese).

* The order of the tours is subject to change according to availability at reception and weather conditions.

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Light clothing (don't forget to include some T-shirts long sleeve - preferably with UV protection - and least one pair of pants, as the nights can be colder, in addition to serve as protection for the trails, where there may be more insects); Repellent; Canteen of water: as the region is very hot, it is important; cap or hat; Sunglasses; Sunscreen; Light raincoat; Basic flashlight; Swimwear (remember, you're probably bathe in the river and pool every day, so bring clothes extra bath);

When preparing your luggage for your trip to the Amazon, remember;

Less is more!


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