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Rua dez de Julho Manaus, BRAZIL
Mon-Sat: 8am to 5pm Closed on Sundays

Who We Are

Aiming to provide customers, Adventures tours, Boat tours in the Amazon forest at different places (Lodges, boat Tours, survival tours) with the main objective to explore the Amazon Jungle and discover its mysteries through trips planned and done by people with experience in the tourism industry.

The Amazon Brazil is responsible for the development, preparation and implementation of the tours. Our office it’s in the center of Manaus a few meters away from the famous Teatro Amazonas at the 10 of July street number 708.

Founded in mid-2010 by David Andrade, the company began to work actively from 2011, offering various tours and packages exploring different areas of the Amazon Jungle.

We work independently with tourists booked through our company, allowing the satisfaction of guests doing tours with activities developed and done by people with experience in the tourism business.

The policy of our company is to work with small groups and scheduled through our agency, work with experienced guides and run the tours according the activities scheduled for the guests, and conduct tours in places chosen by customers according to the options we offer.

We work with values (prices) that allows us to carry out tours with small groups, with experienced guides, with quality and safety, thus achieving our main goal which is to explore the Amazon rainforest in its natural form causing minimal impact to the environment.


Company Policy


To give visitors a good tour we take only small groups to the forest and only guests booked though our company to do what we promise. That is because it is easy to organize small groups and make less noise in the forest. A serious fator when trying to see animals and birds in their habitat. Our guides are not only experienced in the forest, but are also academically qualified. A requirement according to law. They are also prepared to urgent decisions and they know when to say yes or no. Visitors are shown-even for a moment- the daily struggles of the local communities, trying to maintain their traditional lives. And more, they discover by themselves that their visit help these people to fight on.

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