Port
Manaus, Brazil
Carved out of densest jungle, Manaus lies on the Negro River near its confluence with the Amazon. It is one of Brazil’s largest cities and the financial centre of north Brazil. It is also an important hub for ecotourism. This city’s history is based on the rubber harvests of years past, and today it thrives as a cruise port by offering numerous historical and ecological tourist attractions.

Rubber made Manaus the richest city in South America during the late 1800s and helped it earn its nickname, the "Paris of the Tropics". Many wealthy European families settled in Manaus and brought their love of sophisticated European art, architecture, and culture with them.

Things to see and do

* Teatro Amazonia - the local opera house
* Mercado Adolpho Lisboa market place
* Amazon jungle nature treks
* Amazon river boat trips

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Real (R$)
Language – Portuguese
Land Area - 11.401 km²
Population – 1, 800,000
Electricity –2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below
Time – GMT minus four hours
International Country Telephone Code – +55

Port Location – The port of Manaus is located in downtown Manaus on the Negro River.

Transport Links - Manaus is one of the most isolated metropolitan areas of the world, accessible by ground transportation only by two highways. The main means of access is by air or by the rivers surrounding the city. The city is served by the Eduardo Gomes International Airport.

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