Tours | Jun 12 | 2020 | No Comment

Duration: 4 hours.
Half Day. Departure from the Tropical Hotel pier in a motorized canoe or regional boat traveling up the Rio Negro heading directly for the Indian Village of Dessana or Satere Maué tribe where we will visit their “maloca” and learn about their history, way of life, culture and ritual. The ritual consists of Indian music played with crafted instruments made by the Indians with parts of materials from the jungle that emits beautiful sounds similar to that in the jungle. By the end of the ritual, visitors will be invited to take part on a ceremonial dance. Following the dance, amazing Indian crafts will be on display. After wards, we will proceed to Taruma Creek – here we will visit the rubber museum called Villa Paraíso that’s located in the middle of the forest, 25 minutes of trip and a century of turn at the time. When going down in the Trapiche, where it was done in the embankment of the Rubber, the visitor is led to the Museum of the Seringal Vila Paraíso. The final trip back to Manaus involves navigation through the small channels of Tarumazinho River.

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