I am looking for a "fun" good looking and young English speaking tour guide to show me around Manaus for a day plus dinner and entertainment. I will be in Manuas Sept 8 - 11 - I am good looking 50 year old north American.
Hi everyone. I hope you are well. I am travelling from Ireland to Manaus towards the end of May. I am an artist researching for a new project and I am interested in knowing more about shamanism, ayahuasca and an indian community's way of life including integration of music and dance. I would love to find a community near Manaus with whom I could possibly stay for a week or or a little more, and to take part in an ayahuasca ceremony if possible (I have done this twice before). If anyone can help me I would be extremely grateful! With thanks, Ann
This will be my first trip to Manaus. The question is should we stay in town and take day trips into the jungle, or stay in a "jungle hotel" and enjoy the wildlife, but have less "town" options?
I am in Manaus for a short trip (2 days only) and had a coulpe of questions:
1. There is an interesting tour offered by Amazing Tours Agency (Leonardo Mendes ) - is anyone aware of this tour operator and are they reputable. They are reviewed on Tripadvisor but all the reviews are overwhelmingly positive so I am a bit suspiscous!
2. I am staying at the Tropical Manaus Ecoresort and booked taxi and pickup through travel company Fontur. I have paid for this on my credit card and in hindsight think I have been ripped off says they charged me BR$260 for pick up and drop off. Have I been ripped off and if so is there any way I can get them to refund the money? What is the best way to get a taxi from the airport and how much should it cost?
Can anybody tell me what it the cheapest flight to either Santa Isabel or Barcelos?
what is the safest and cheapest way to get from Manaus Airport to Tropical Manaus hotel at 1.00 am in the morning.
hey my friends,
I cantact you because of Ayahuasca.
My name is Alex and I´m new here.
19.08 is my flight to Manaus.
Then I have eight days time to do a boad trip in the west and back.
I hope to find a kind of indigenous Indian tribe who offer Ayahuasca ceremonies.
I´m traveling with two friends.
They will spend the time with my but I will be the only one who takes Ayahuasca.
I hope you can help me.
I want to do a day trip fishing in the amazonas for peacock bass. I'm currently in Manaus but having a hard time finding a fishing tour. Anya phone numbers and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
So a few friends and I are planning on traveling to Manaus this summer from Goiania, is there any cheap ways to get there? The flights are about $400 a pop at the cheapest and even that is out of our budget. Is it possible to catch a flight to a bus or anything like that?
Has anyone made the trip recently from Manaus to guayana city.
Also any knowledge about flights from Manaus to same or caracus without having to go back to Sao Paulo or Panama city.
Help would be appreciated.
I'm looking at hiring an apartment during the world cup in Manaus with a few mates. We have narrowed it down to two places and just wanted to see which area would be better (i.e. not a slum and with good access to bars, etc).
One is in Cachoeirinha (to the east of CBD), and the other is near Arena Amadeu Teixeira (to northwest of CBD and just to the west of the FIFA stadium). Which of these areas would be better to stay at?
We want a nice neighbourhood where there are good pubs/bars, close to public transport.
We don't want to get an apartment that is in the middle of nowhere or in a slum.
To the experts of Manaus!...
I'm looking for a little advice on amazonian travel. My girlfriend and I are looking to make our way in from Belém to Manaus, then on again to Peru a few days later.
Instead of being boring old souls we are interested in something of an amazonian adventure along the river.
So how about it? Is boat travel from Belém a completely idiotic thing to consider? What are the logistics in terms of time, cost, comfort? We dont mind roughing somewhat, and time (as opposed to money) is something we have plenty of, which is why we think it may be both more fun and moneysaving than flying directly.
Any advice or any links to companies who provide any such boat services, would be greatly appreciated.
After Manaus we would be looking to move on to Leticia and Iquitos.
All the best
Matt and Emma
I'm traveling in South America this summer and am starting out in Lima. I need to get to Manaus from Lima within a two day period max. The quicker/ cheaper the trip the better. Any suggestions? Please help!! Thanks :)
Are there boats that can take me AND my small car from Manaus to Peru? Iquitos? If so, how much time and money are we talking?
My 2 teenage daughters are going on a mission trip with their youth group next month (mid June) for 10 days. We went to the pediatrician today to get their regular immunizations taken care of. While their I asked for a script for malaria and typhoid. I was told by the youth group leader they would need Malaria pills, Typhoid pills or and yellow fever immunization. So today the doctor gives me a script for Atovaquone. But she didn't write the strength on it. Also they would have to take it 4 times a day. It would be 200 and some dollars for the lesser strength and 530.00 for the stronger one. I was told by one of the other mom's that she got her daugther the once a day medication but she couldn't remember which one and she has Kaiser so her cost would be different.
So I am wondering should I ask for a different prescription and if so which one? Wondering which one is the least expensive, least side effects, and easiest to take, and would hopefully only have to be taken once a day. Our insurance does not cover travel medications/immunizations. The least expensive yellow fever I could find was at Walgreens for 125.00 a piece.
Any help is much appreciated!
I have booked a flight to Manaus from the 4th until the 10th of May. Should I already make reservations for a hostel and jungle tours up front? Is the city of Manaus itself worthwile visiting? Or should I go straight to a jungle lodge?
All tips are very appreciated!
we (60+ couple) are looking for a package of lodge and tours in Amazona's area around Manaus. We'll be there form February 15 to Februay 18. Any Tips?
Can someone tell me how much is taxi fare from the airport to Park Suite hotel ?
We will be in Manaus for one day on a cruise ship. Is there such a thing as a safe and inexpensive local tour, or should we use the tours offered by the cruise line? What is the best way to see the area in a short time?
Hi, we are taking a cruiseship sailing from Manaus, however I have read about the insects -Mosquitos and I'm wondering do those also exist in the city, as we will be in the city for 2 days. also I would like your recommendation for day tours companies and a 4 star hotel
Your reply will be appreciated
I am researching for 2014 World Cup locations and hear they are building a new soccer stadium in Manaus? Also, are there airline connections from Peru directly to Manaus or multi-stop flights? Bus trips from Puerto Maldonado, Peru to Manaus? Thank you!
Hi my name is Maya, at 11.3 I have a flight from salvador to Manaus and I'm looking for a partner for the flight or someone that is Already in Manaus and will join me to sail on the Amazon.
my mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am visiting Manaus in september and were wondering if there is plenty of places to hire kayaks so i can explore the rivers independently?
Can any one give me some information where to go and book a reasonably priced trip for an overnight stay in the Amazon. We are 2 single women traveling and are in Manaus until Thursday. We are looking to go with a group. Any information is appeciated!
me and my girlfriend are travelling south america in october/ november time and would like to ask for some advice on getting from lima to manaus in brazil.
What's the easiest/ cheapest way of getting there and the most scenic.
all advice would be greatly recieved!!
My son was looking at going in July of 2011 on a mission trip to villages of Maues with Overland Missions.
Good idea? Time of year bad with low river etc....?
My son is 19 and looking to go on a mission trip. They travel from Manaus to the surrounding villages at Maues. Please pass on any information (first hand)or advice. We are a little nervous about the trip from a illnes, safety etc.
Overland Mission looks like a well orgnaized and legite Mission. The Bios on the CEO and staff memebers are good. So I am looking to confirm or good advice about the trip.
Thanks for the input.
My daughter who is 21 years old will be going on a Jungle tour out of Manaus. I was wondering if anyone has heard of Amazon Brazil Jungle Tours. They have a website and an EMBRATUR (Ministry of tourism) number 03.031649.10.0001.0.
The tour director is named David Andrade.
Just wondering since I am concerned about my daughter's safety.
Hi There! Please, I appreciate if can share any experiences with the Amazon Destinations Operations - Rodolpho Emanuel or Amazon Riders - (Rafael & Vicente). We are visiting Manaus in December. I am hoping to make this a safe and memorable trip for my family, Thanks a lot for any advise.
We are visiting Manaus on 26 December for a couple of days. The sea plane tours look interesting but I heard that it may be raining at that time. Generally, Does it rain throughout the day every day or is it just on and off and do the seaplane tours still operate when it is not raining? I am also looking into the site-seeing day tours to the "Meeting of the Rivers","Allegator Spotting", "Dolphins", etc. by boat..Any advise on the sea plane tours and the boat rides including the tour operators will be greatly appreciated.