You will get to know the different habitats of the varzea floodplain, the interior of the forest in some of our 14 trails (walking in the peak of the drought and aboard a rowing canoe in the flooded season), contemplating landscapes and animals on the boat trips and the difference of having one more night allows for an evening stroll (trail or boat depending on the time of year)! You will also visit a riverside community and attend lectures with ecotourism counselors and researchers.
Our regular programs include experiences that vary according to the period of the year visited. Breakfast is served at 6:30 am. Departure for tours at 7:00 am and 3:30 pm.
>>>>>> Day 01
Transfer Tefé - Uakari Lodge. Check-in and lunch. After rest, first tour: interpretive trail or boat. Dinner. Presentation about Mamirauá Reserve.
>>>>>> Day 02
Departure to the trail or canoe in the morning. Lunch and rest. In the afternoon, traditional piranha fishing or dolphin watching. Dinner. Night tour (trail or boat).
>>>>>> Day 03
We will visit another trail (on foot or canoe). Lunch and rest. Boat ride on Lake Mamirauá and night drive on the return. Dinner and free night.
>>>>>> Day 04
Morning visit to a riverside community. Lunch and rest. Canoe rowing or traditional piranha fishing. Dinner. Meeting with researcher.
>>>>>> Day 05
Breakfast at 5:30 am and check-out. Transfer to Tefé at 6:00 am.