Same itinerary as Days 1 and 2 above.
Day 3: At 5:30 a.m. we will head out by boat and enjoy the sunrise over the river, and do some bird watching. Afterwards, we return to the lodge for breakfast at 7:30 a.m. At 8:00 a.m. we will depart to see one of the largest trees in the Amazon rainforest, the Samaúma. You will be impressed by this Kapok tree that stands 40 meters high (131 ft.) and 8 meters (26 ft.) wide. We will then paddle into the "flooded forest.” We will be spotting monkeys, sloths, birds, dolphins and possibly leaping iguanas!
this excursion allows the tourist to glimpse the regional cabocla communities and includes visits to the manioc flourmills,as well as bird watching and other animal obsevations outings in addition to hikes through the forest and many more, alike. Reptiles, of the 6,000 species of reptiles, 465 alone have been indentified in brazil and of the 550 species of reptiles recorded in the Amazon basin, 62% are endemic to that region. just to give you an idea as to the extent of this wealth, but remember we do not promising anything its nature, we have to struggling for that, no pain no gain, but we have a great chance to spot river pink dolphins and grey dolphins as well, maybe an aconda never know where they are, it's an adventures, but one thing i know for sure its wild adventures.We will return to the lodge for a 12:30 lunch and a 1:30 departure back to Manaus, where we will arrive at approximately 4:00 p.m.