Belém, Brazil
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Manaus to Belem 5-Day Local Boat Trip

1. Manaus to Belem 5-Day Local Boat Trip

Experience life in the Amazon River aboard a river cruise boat, and sleep in a hammock or cabin as you make your way through the rainforest from Manaus to Belém. Benefit from a service that is the most popular budget mode of transport in the Amazon, with hygiene and safety features monitored by the Brazilian marine authorities. Get plenty of advice and insider tips on which boat and route to take to make the most of your trip. Cruise through the rainforest to see the tropical flora and fauna from a different perspective.

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Belém: 2, 3 or 4-Day Marajó Island Excursion with Lodging

2. Belém: 2, 3 or 4-Day Marajó Island Excursion with Lodging

Choose between a 2, 3 or 4-day guided excursion, with lodging in the city of Soure included, to visit the Marajó Island, the world’s largest fluvial island, and learn about the northern Brazilian culture and see stunning coastal landscapes.  2 Day, 1 Night Excursion: Day 1 - Visit a typical Marajoara farm, where there will be an optional buffalo riding scheduled, followed by a local snack. Continue and visit the paradisaical Pesqueiro beach, where you will have time for a bath and lunch. In the afternoon, visit the crafts, ceramics, and tannery center, in Soure. Return to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own.  Day 2 - Eat breakfast and get more free time in the morning to explore. At 2:00 PM leave to the port and board the boat to return to Belém. Arrival around 4:30 PM and get a transfer to your hotel. 3 Day, 2 Night Excursion: Day 1 - Visit Joanes Village and its historic ruins from the period of Jesuit occupation on the island. Afterward, get free time for lunch and bathing. Next, visit Salvaterra and get to know its main tourist spots. Make a short crossing by the Paracauary river, where the city of Soure is located on the other side of the river. Transfer to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own.  Day 2 - After breakfast, visit the crafts, ceramics, and tannery center, which is a buffalo leathercraft center. Head to a typical Marajoara farm, where you will canoe row through the Tucumanduba stream, disembarking at Goiabal beach. Here, cross the mangrove on a suspended trail and return riding on a buffalo (depending on the tide, activities might be done in reverse). Continue and visit the paradisaical Pesqueiro beach, where you will have time for bathing and lunch. Later, visit the Barra Velha beach.  Return to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own. DAY 3 - Eat breakfast and get more free time in the morning to explore. At 2:00 PM leave to the port and board the boat to return to Belém. Arrival around 4:30 PM and get a transfer to your hotel. 4 Day, 3 Night Excursion: Day 1 - Visit Joanes Village and its historic ruins from the period of Jesuit occupation on the island. Afterward, get free time for lunch and bathing. Next, visit Salvaterra and get to know its main tourist spots. Return to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own Day 2 - After breakfast, visit the Caruana Institute and learn about the Marajoara rituals and “culte of the pajés”, which are healers from indigenous tribes, considered to have occult powers or spiritual guides. Head to Pesqueiro beach with a trek to the village of Céu and navigate an igarapé stream by canoe. Admire the lush Amazonian nature and meet the locals. Enjoy a traditional lunch served in the village. Return to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own. Day 3 - After breakfast explore the crafts, ceramics, and tannery center. Later, go to the Barra Velha beach where there will be free time to relax and eat grab lunch (not included).  Visit a typical Marajoara farm, where there will be an optional buffalo riding scheduled, followed by a local snack. Return to the hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore on your own. Day 4 - Eat breakfast and get more free time in the morning to explore. At 2:00 PM leave to the port and board the boat to return to Belém. Arrival around 4:30 PM and get a transfer to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Belém, Brazil

Had booked cabin with wet room alone. Had then also the cabin with 2 beds for me alone. The booked for 5 days tour took downriver but only 4 days. So respect for hotel booking! Food is also available on the ship and at every stop (about 10) in the ports on the road from Manaus to Belém. Cabin clean. Only in Santarém, the ship was over night, so you came down. Enough seats (plastic chairs) available. Very exciting experience. Impressive landscape. You get in good contact with other fellow travelers. Sufficient shade. In the snack bar area but from 7:00 to 19:00 permanently loud music. Hotel pickup worked. The announced by getyourguide email by the local organizers did not come. Recommendation: call there beforehand and do not wait for the email, the pickup took place one hour earlier than announced by getyourguide.

The trip from Manaus to Belem was a really cool adventure!! As there are just few tourists on board, you get in touch with the local people. I had so much fun with some of them, while drinking a beer together, or just having a chat about some myths about the amazonian river. Luckily we saw both kinds of the river dolphins and got fresh shrimps to eat. I can just highly recomend the trip, it‘s a beautiful experience!! Just check the date of the arrival for Hotel reservations in Belém. The ticket says „5 days journey“ but in our case it was just 4 days... We left Manaus on a Wednesday at about 10:00 a.m. and arrived on Saturday at about 04:00 p.m. In Belém.

An incredible experience to the rhythm of the Amazon !!! I highly recommend to experience the Manaus belem crossing! The crew were very friendly and attentive! Everything went as planned from the start (pick up at my pousada) until the end of the expedition! A huge thank you