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National Forest Tapajos

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BR 163 Highway Belterra PA | Escritorio na Avenida Tapajos, 2201 Bairro Laguinho, Santarem, State of Para, Brazil
+55 93 3522-0564
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Amazing trek in the Amazon rain forest

Tapajos is an area of the Amazon rain forest which has been designated as a national park. We... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2018
anon190731
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Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
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An unforgettable walk!

An hour and a half bus ride was soon forgotten as we spent an unforgettable hour filing through a... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2018
Billitchyfeet
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Ottawa, Canada
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BR 163 Highway Belterra PA | Escritorio na Avenida Tapajos, 2201 Bairro Laguinho, Santarem, State of Para, Brazil
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"birds and animals"
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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

Tapajos is an area of the Amazon rain forest which has been designated as a national park. We visited on an organised day trip from Santarem where our cruise ship had docked - it’s approx 90 mins by coach. The walk was led by an...More

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Reviewed 16 January 2018

An hour and a half bus ride was soon forgotten as we spent an unforgettable hour filing through a dense forest of towering trees. Our extraordinary guide had spent his early years in the jungle, and his enthusiasm was catching. The emphasis was on survival...More

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Reviewed 10 January 2018 via mobile

Tapanjero National Park was set aside, all 20 million acres, to protect the rainforest which appears to be diminishing rapidly. Our guide for the day was a naturalist and knew his stuff. Interestingly his father was Egyptian and mother Russian, only arriving in Santarem seven...More

Thank Catherine S
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Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

What a place. Have a good hike in the forest and don’t forget to swim in the clean water of the Igarapé (ask locals the allowed part).

Thank romulo s
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Reviewed 23 April 2017

1.-Best food in all the state , we stayed in alter and in santarem but the best food was with miss consuelo at her home , she prepares food for everyone , we had a filhote and she nailed it . just ask for your...More

Thank Nyleve Z
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

Take a guided tour! It is the ideal place to feel completely inside the forest. Go prepared for long walks. Also have money slips because in the place there is not easy access to internet and no payments with credit card.

Thank Bárbara F
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

We were led by a couple of local guides. Very knowledgeable about their forest and the plants interacting with the critters. Not a difficult trek for the average person. They followed a track that did not seem well worn but definitely familiar to them. We...More

Thank FredGS
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

We spent an hour and a half walking through the Tapajos National Forest with a guide. It poured down rain, but we were fine with that because it was the rainiy season in the jungle. You expect it may rain. This was exactly what you...More

Thank LibbyH1
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Reviewed 26 February 2017

We visited the forest with Kirin and a local guide. Both were very knowledgeable and enthusiastic, telling us about the different trees and their uses. We followed a path, but it needed to be cleared as the plants grow so quickly here. It was the...More

Thank Cumulu
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

We visited the forest in the rain which meant we really didn't get to experience the full extent of the walks available. There were very few birds in evidence no animals, but the forest was rich in flora and with w guide to explain it...More

Thank Anthony S
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Response from romulo s | Reviewed this property |
Hello, The National Forest is kind a national park regulated by the National Institute of Biodiversity (ICMBIO), there are some tourism activities runned by local guides associations from people in small riverine... More
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