Port
Curua Una River, Amazon
Curua Una River is a tributary of the Amazon river in Brazil. It is a port of call close to Santerem amid the serene beauty, of the unspoilt Amazon River and jungle ecosystem.

A riverboat journey on the Curua-Una tributary brings you to the Vitoria-Regia lake, habitat of unique giant water-lilics, and offers a chance to fish for piranha. Visit picturesque Pacoval village, founded by runaway slaves, where you can gain a fascinating insight into the lives of the villagers, whose activities include the raising of buffalo.

Explore this tributary of the Amazon to discover how the local people (called Caboclos) live. See flooded forests, pastures with water buffalos and a wide variety of homes from simple thatched huts to brick houses with gardens.

Things to see and do

* Vitoria-Regia lake
* Pacoval village
* Dolphins & water buffalo
* Fish for piranha
* Caboclos people

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Real (R$) (BRL)
Language – Portuguese
Electricity – 2 Perpendicular flat pins USA style
Time – GMT minus 2 – 4 hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 55

Port Location – The port is located on the Curua Una River.

Transport Links – Curua Una river is accessible by boat from Santerem.
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