In 8 days, you will experience the full magnitude of the Amazon Rainforest, on the banks of the Negro River, and interact with the local culture in the Nossa Senhora de Perpétuo Socorro community, located on the Acajatuba Lake.
This expedition is an invitation to a deep dive into nature. You will watch the sunrise from canoes, interact with pink river dolphins, hike through the forest, observe the Amazon sky from the middle of the river and swim in the largest freshwater basin in the world.
From a cultural perspective, you will learn about the management of manioc and the process of making flour and tucupi. You will taste real açai, straight from the palm tree and learn to dance carimbó. Taste the desserts made with Amazonian ingredients and participate in handicraft workshops with local seeds and cosmetics from the forest.
Vivalá's Expeditions are held in territories that concentrate and preserve a large part of the Brazilian biodiversity, the largest in the world.
With Community Based Tourism, we value the culture of traditional people and impulse their economies.
Our aim is to provide experiences that are good for everyone: for the traveller, the communities and the planet.... More