The Amazon expedition was the lawyer Angelo Corso’s challenge to travel by bike from Paraty (RJ) to the Amazon and through the jungle.
According to his plan, he and two other members spent nearly two months trying to reach to the target and return to Manaus (AM).
Paddling in a kayak, Angelo Corso went up to the Rio Negro against the current, a distance of approximately 1.1 kilometers to the municipality of São Miguel da Cachoeira. From there, his team walked to Pico da Neblina, the highest point in Brazil, which is 2993 meters high.
All this was documented and transformed in a video. See more: (Portuguese) http://angelocorso.com.br/
A beautiful sunset in the Amazon.
Our client Kris sent us this photo and wrote about it: “Our favorite part of our trip was our visit to the Amazon Rain Forest where we stayed an the Amazonas Ecopark Jungle Lodge. The facility was excellent, and the staff wonderful. Our tour guid Euyris was amazing, so personable fun, funny, warm and intelligent. I thought the 4 days in the Amazon might be a bit much since I am not so outdoorsy, but it ended up being the best part of the 10 day trip. We end to the Meeting of the Waters which was incredible, and took a walk in the rain forest and saw monkeys and Indian Villages and took boat tours, it was all so beautiful.”
Thank you for sharing this, Kris!
Our clients took this aerial photo of the Meeting of the Rivers in the Amazon upon arriving in Manaus. The rivers Rio Negro and Rio Solimões flow side by side for several kilometers before their waters mix to form the Amazon River.
See the beauty of Amazon in the interesting photos 😉