Home > Tours > Meeting Of The Waters With Lunch – private
Meeting Of The Waters With Lunch – private
Exotic and singular beauty, so is the Meeting of Waters. A river of white water and another of black water, which divided in two colors, cover about 10 km without mixing. Witness the beginning of the Amazon River as the Solimoes and Negro Rivers join it in front of your eyes!
5 to 7 Hours approximatelly
Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure.
Bridge Philippe Daou - walkway under the bridge.
Panoramic View of the City
See where the Negro and Solimões Rivers join to form the Amazon River
Visit Janauari Ecological Park
Visit an Original Indian Handcraft Store
Vitoria Régia Lake (Famous Aquatic Plant)
Roundtrip Transfer to Most Hotels in Manaus
Professional Tour Guide (english/portuguese speaking)
The specific departure time for this tour will be determined upon reconfirmation.
A passport number, license or ID are required to participate in this tour.
Tour when performed by speedboat has shorter duration.
In periods of drought of the Rio Negro (Black River) - usually from June through November - the canoe ride will be replaced by walking in the woods.
Suggestion of what to bring: shoes, raincoat, light clothes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent, money for drinks or souvenirs, clothes and bath towel.
You have not entered all of the required information. Please select your desired pickup, or choose one of the other options on the list below
Please wait …
No reviews yet
Verified reviews powered by
Our tour begins from the Tropical Hotel Marina along the Negro River. You will begin the day´s adventure by sailing along the Rio Negro and seeing Manaus from the river along the Port of Manaus. Here, traditional Amazon boats dock to distribute their goods to the municipal market.
Next, witness the unbelievable meeting of the Negro and Solimões rivers as they join to form the Amazon River. There will be a brief stop to observe this natural phenomenon before we continue sailing up the Negro River to reach the Janauari Ecological Park where visitors can see the famous aquatic plant, Vitória Regia.
Afterwards, ride in a motorized canoe through the igarapés (creeks) of the Negro and Solimões Rivers. In the dry season (February to September) the canoe ride is replaced by a pleasant walk in the jungle. Lunch will be served at a floating restaurant. We will also visit local indigenous handcraft stores.