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The boat ride was fun and it was very interesting to see something as simple as two rivers running into each other. You could clearly see the differences between the rivers due to the colors. It was just really cool to see.
Everything that is written about Gill is true! The most passionate, knowledgeable, enthusiastic person we have ever had the pleasure of meeting!! A cruise ship group of 12 of us had the pleasure of a 6 hour tour that included seeing everything his description includes,...More
About 12 people from our cruise ship had booked with Gil Serique. Gil met us at the port and took us to his boat. We spent the day hearing great stories by Gil, seeing the meeting of the waters, the pink dolphins, the wonderful floodplain,...More
We had a group of 12 that took a 6 hour tour of the Amazon with Gil. It was fabulous to say the least. We started out by seeing the pink dolphins at the fish market dock and then started our cruise up to the...More
We booked and confirmed this trip with Gil Serique 4 months in advance. We confirmed the date on two other occasions including two weeks prior to our arrival. Gil promise us the world. Unfortunately upon our arrival he failed to show up at our pickup...More
This was an amazing natural occurance when two rivers merge, which was highly distinguishable as seen from our cruise ship going up the Amazon. We were first taken aback at how muddy the Amazon was when we were still out in the Atlantic Ocean. Then,...More
The line of the muddy Amazon and the clear blue Rio Tapajos is very prominant and goes on and on before the Amazon obliterates the line completely. Up and until the meeting of the waters, the Amazon seems not as muddy, but when compared to...More
As part of a cruise ship excursion, we sailed to the wedding of the waters and up through tributaries of the Amazon. Spotted iguanas, monkeys, sloths...even went piranha fishing! Just an amazing view into daily life in the Amazon.
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In Manaus you can get other tours.
You can probably get them in other ports as well.
When I was there, I did not have any time to look for other excursions, otherwise I would taken some private tours.