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If you do not have time to go to the Amazon forest, I recommend you visit MUSA. It is well organized with lots of informative posts. When you climb the tower you'll reach the canopy of the forest. You will hear the noise of the...More
A very knowledgeable member of staff (and Masters student) showed us round this area of forest sealed off from the sprawling Manaus urban development. The tower is a great way to look down on the canopy but requires a certain level of fitness to climb...More
We spent some time at the botanical garden right after leaving Juma Lodge so it was a little anticlimactic but if you don't have time to go to a lodge, definitely visit but bring bug spray--there were more mosquitoes than we saw/felt anywhere else. Great...More
At first moment I thought that the visit would be quick and I'd simply walk by myself admiring the nature but it turned out to be much more than that and the whole merit was from the guides who have explained each detail, including biology...More
This piece of Jungle has been set aside for all us rookies who want to begin experiencing the true jungle. And yes from Manaus many visitors are heading out of town to experience more of the Jungle but at the botanical Gardens here we were...More
Great place to visit on any stay in Manaus! Plus the temperature under the tree canopy is a LOT less than in town! Lots to see - serpentarium, natural Amazonian rainforest, wildlife - on the trails on the guided tour. There is also a tower...More
The botanical garden just outside Manaus is your best chance of seeing the Amazon tree canopy without flying over it. It's an easy ride from the city (taxis are good value if there's more than one of you - no need to pay for a...More
I recommend that visitors make the full tour: track and climb the tower of 42 meters.There are many areas of creating native species such as orchids, bromeliads, butterflies, snakes and fish - all accompanied by trained biologists.
I visited the botanical gardens in February 2016 and was taken around by a very able staff member whose name sadly escapes me. It is unfortunate that more tourists do not find their way here. This is a great place to visit. The variety of...More