Jungle hotels are quite common in the northern region of Brazil. Due to the large amount of forest, both igapó and várzea, it is possible that hotel activities are carried out for tourists who wish to visit the region.
Most of these hotels work with local, riverside and indigenous communities. Some of these means are even formed by the residents themselves, such as inns and community lodging in the forest.
There are differentiated hosting systems that offer different services according to their classification. It is common to offer the accommodation and food system, however, there may be a wide variety of other services.
Tourism is consequently favored by the rental of the accommodations. Tourists get to know more about the landscape around them, making trails, observing fauna and flora, Amazonian dolphins and other types of animals outdoors, living in their own habitat.
In addition to having relatively low costs, they offer the most incredible tours through the Amazon. And to reach many of them, it is necessary to use the means of waterway transport, because in the Amazon, rivers are roads between the immense forest.
Accommodation and Ecological Tourism in the Amazon
The Amazon offers products made naturally by the ecological system, and they must be tasted little by little and with awareness for preservation. Keeping in mind the non-devastation of nature.
In order to provide better experiences and consciously, without denigrating nature, ecological and sustainable tourism emerged. Many of the sustainable services are practiced in Conservation Units.
The advantages of ecological tourism made by the means of accommodation, is that a sustainable and harmonious economy is formed, so that the exploitation of natural resources does not occur. Jungle hotels, in the practice of such activities, help to move this economy and also providing welfare for the tourist.
Boats Hotels as new means of accommodation for tourism in the Amazon
The Barco Hotel is now known, by the Ministry of Tourism, as the latest means of accommodation, facilitating locomotion and accommodation while taking visitors to tourist attractions.
In addition to contributing massively to nautical tourism, it is a system that can boost tourism in the Amazon. They also contribute to Sport Fishing, which is practiced for lovers of it.