Manaus Japan Museums
If you're on a cruise to South America, don't miss Manaus, a city deep in the heart of the Amazon basin. On this page we share the best places to visit in Brazil, Brazil's second largest city and one of the most popular tourist destinations. The city of Manaus is located in an Amazon rainforest, which is often considered to be practically impenetrable.
This is one of the best vantage points from which to admire the various places around the mountains, such as the National Park of Manaus, the Amazon and the Rio Grande do Sul.
Mouse is an important destination for boats on the Amazon, as it is connected by the rivers Rio Negro, Rio Solimoes and Rio Grande do Sul. Excursion boats sail all year round on different routes and you can choose whether you want to sail on the "Rio Negro" or the "Rio SolIMoes" from Manaus. The tours range from day trips and overnight stays to week-long adventures in the rainforests along the river. Click on the image below to see what kind of tours are organized to see the surrounding Amazon and other parts of the country.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the beautiful palace where the art gallery is located and you can visit all the museums and art galleries here.
The other highlight tour is the Nautlral Sicences Museum, which is privately owned and maintained by the Japanese. It is one of the largest museums in the world and shows over 100,000 artifacts collected in Japan and other parts of Asia. It is a relatively small collection, representing only a fraction of the total number of artifacts on display in the museum. Da Amazonia is also famous for its collection of fish from the Amazon, including a huge specimen of pirarucu fish.
Perhaps Manaus most iconic landmark is its opera house, the Teatro Amazonas, built in the mid-19th century as a tribute to the city's rich cultural heritage. Since then, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for its acoustics, which have attracted renowned artists from all over the world to perform there. The museum houses a collection of over 100,000 works of art from around the world, from the Middle East to Asia.
Today, the city has over 25,000 inhabitants and is a popular destination for those who want to visit the Amazon rainforest, which is home to some of the largest and most biodiverse rainforests in the world. Find out how the inhabitants of Manaus enjoy the waterfalls and see for themselves.
Take a three to five-day trip to the Amazon to see how pristine and diverse ecosystems really are. Although many locals do not come here for the wrong reasons, you will want to see for yourself whether the fauna of the region is properly preserved so that you can see what you see in Manaus. We # ve organized a list of places to visit so you know what you need to know before you go, and can plan your trip and maximize your time during the holiday.
You can visit the Encontra das Aguas on a tour and see it when crossing the Amazon, but you have to do this in other cities. You can also see them in person at the National Natural History Museum in Manaus, as you can see in the photo below, or in a video on the website of the Museo Nacional del Amazonas.
On the way back Ricardo suggested we stop in Praia da Lua, but the only way to reach the rubber plantation and the museum is by boat. It is a very nice, clean river and beach, with a great view of the river and a beautiful beach on the other side.
The park is one of the largest in Brazil and Latin America and has a rich ecosystem of flora and fauna. Manaus is the cultural centre of the Amazon and its many museums reflect this. From here, visitors can look outside to explore the surrounding wonders, such as the National Museum of Natural History and the Museo de Arqueologia Nacional de Amazonas (Museum of Natural Heritage).
There is also a lot of historical and cultural heritage to see, such as the Rio Negro Palace and the Edo Tokyo Museum. The "Rio Negro" palace, built by German farmers during the golden age, is also impressive. The Edo Tokyo Museum is one of the largest museums in the world, with a permanent collection.
Native American tribes developed in the upper region of the Rio Negro, and particularly interesting are artifacts that are related to the inhabitants of the Caboclos, who are known for their Portuguese origins. The National Museum of Tokyo focuses on Silk Road artifacts and objects from imperial families curated and operated by Salesian missionaries. It is also a place to look for the people who came from these places, as there are many exhibits, including well-preserved costumes, pottery, jewelry, clothing and other artifacts. Indian tribes such as the "Nepalese" and "Indian" tribes that lived in and around the RioNegro region.