Postcard of Manaus: getting to know the Amazon Theater

The impetuous Teatro Amazonas was built in the period of Amazonian wealth, known as Belle Époque, where the latex extracted from the rubber tree promoted the Amazonian economy.

The most cited and sought after historical attraction when commenting on Manaus, the Amazonas Theater is loaded with historical beauty and many mysteries that still surround the surroundings in the historic center of Manaus. Considered the postcard of the city of Manaus and the greatest cultural symbol of the capital of Amazonas, and also responsible […]

Heliodoro Balbi Square – one of the most beautiful places in the city of Manaus

A Praça Heliodoro Balbi conhecida popularmente como Praça da Polícia é considerada uma praça histórica. Foi inaugurada no ano de 1907, sendo um dos locais mais belos de Manaus, com árvores centenárias - Mulateiro, além de dois coretos também centenários, feitos totalmente de ferro e, ainda, um lago artificial.

Heliodoro Balbi Square popularly known as Police Square is considered a historic square. It was inaugurated in 1907, being one of the most beautiful places in Manaus, with centennial trees – Mulateiro, in addition to two centenary gazebos, made entirely of iron and, still, an artificial lake. Located on Sete de Setembro Avenue, in front […]

Matriz Square – a cultural heritage of the Amazon

A Catedral Metropolitana de Manaus popularmente conhecida como Igreja da Matriz – o nome da Praça XV de Novembro é conhecido como Praça da Matriz –, foi construída no século XVIII ao lado do Igarapé do Espírito Santo e da Ribeira, que foram aterrados pelo Governador Eduardo Ribeiro, para aformoseamento da construção da praça.

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Manaus popularly known as Matriz Church – the name of November XV Square is known as Matriz Square -, was built in the 18th century next to the Holy Spirit stream and Ribeira, which were grounded by Governor Eduardo Ribeiro, to enhance the construction of the square. Soon after the founding […]

Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve – Amazonas – Brazil

The RDS - Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve was created from Decree 19.021, of August 4, 1998, with the purpose of fighting poverty and creating sustainable ways to acquire resources for the region's residents and preservation of the ecological livelihood.

The RDS – Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve was created from Decree 19.021, of August 4, 1998, with the purpose of fighting poverty and creating sustainable ways to acquire resources for the region’s residents and preservation of the ecological livelihood. The RDS Amanã has the main objective of promoting socio-ecological activities, preserving the integrity of the […]

Cuisine typical of the state of Pará – Brazil

It consists of a mixture containing tucupi, cooked tapioca gum, jambu and dried shrimp. Of indigenous origin, tacacá is an almost liquid porridge served in bowls and sold by "tacacazeiras". Usually at dusk, on the corner of the main streets of the cities of Pará.

Pará cuisine is one of the main tourist attractions and has an essential function for the preservation of regional culture. It is fundamental for the valorization of the identity and maintenance of the heritage, traditions and cultural history of the state. Paraense cuisine rescues the use of local ingredients, guaranteeing more resources for the community […]

Santarém – the “Pearl of the Tapajós” in the state of Pará – Brazil

Acaí It is an Amazonian fruit and is widely consumed as juice or mush, and can be consumed in the form of functional drinks, sweets, jellies and ice cream. The fruit is harvested by workers who climb the palm trees with the help of a braid of leaves tied to the feet.

Santarém is a Brazilian municipality in the state of Pará, which can be accessed by river. The city is known poetically as “Pérola do Tapajós”. The name was recognized because of the crystal clear waters of the Tapajós River. The region has more than 100 km of beaches that most resemble the sea, it is […]

Bois de Parintins perform this Saturday at the Bumbódromo

The order of the presentations was drawn on Wednesday afternoon (24), at the Bumbódromo, with the presence of the presidents of the bumbás and will follow the following sequence: Boi Caprichoso and then Boi Garantido.

The Parintins Folk Festival is a cultural event that takes place on the island of Parintins, in the municipality of Amazonas, 369 km from the city of Manaus. The festival takes place annually in the last week of June and attracts an average of 60,000 tourists per year. Players arrive in the city on board […]

Brazilian Amazon Gastronomy

Another option is the famous “X-Caboquinho” sandwich that has been recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Amazonas, which contains the ingredients: French bread, curd cheese, fried plantains, egg and tucumã.

The Amazonian gastronomy, unlike others in Brazil, was one of those that most preserved its indigenous origins, with little Portuguese or African influence. As one of the most exotic cuisines in the country, Amazonian gastronomy has an influence in Brazil and in the world. Discover the diversity and flavors of Brazilian Amazon gastronomy. In Brazil, […]

Village of Acajatuba – Amazonas – Brazil

Tourism in the village of Acajatuba takes place with the pink dolphins, which appear on the banks of the lake, with the floating jungle hotels where there are also trails on the jungle, animal watching, handicrafts and, mainly, for visiting the community.

The Vila de Acajatuba is located 54.9 km, about 2 hours by boat, in the RDS – Rio Negro Sustainable Development Reserve, belonging to the mosaic of the Lower Rio Negro near Manaus. The main communities with tourist infrastructure are: Nossa Senhora do Perpétuo Socorro and São Thomé. The most widely available job in the […]

Caprichoso Ox – the blue legacy of Parintins – Amazonas – Brazil

The Parintins Folk Festival is an event that takes place annually in the last week of June, in the city of Parintins, in the State of Amazonas. The party is recognized as Cultural Heritage of Brazil by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute (IPHAN). The festival shows the dispute of two folkloric groups called oxen: one of them is the Boi Caprichoso which is represented by the colors blue and white.

The Parintins Folk Festival is an event that takes place annually in the last week of June, in the city of Parintins, in the State of Amazonas. The party is recognized as Cultural Heritage of Brazil by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute (IPHAN). The festival shows the dispute of two folkloric groups called […]