The Amazon Rainforest
Amazonia, the Largest and Most Biodiverse Tropical Rainforest in the World
For Nature lovers, adventurers and explorers. The 1,465 m high Monte Caburaí mountain is located in the state of Roraima at Brazil's northernmost frontier, bordering with Guyana and Venezuela.
The expedition to Mount Roraima, including La-Ventana-Wall and 3 nights on the summit, covers one of the most impressive landscapes of South America: the Gran Sabana, in Southern Venezuela.
Amazonia – discover the secrets of the craddle of species, the exotic flora and fauna of the rainforest, swim with river dolphins and visit indigenous tribes.
On a trip of a life time that is both adventurous and challenging; the Yanomami people take you to the Pico da Neblina in the deep and untamed Amazon.
The canoe glides silently over the canopies, you watch giant cayman, sloth, giant otter, anaconda, monkeys, visit indios and cabóclos and have piranhas for dinner.
The adventure of a lifetime: you stay with the Tukano people in the deep Amazonian wilderness, sleep under the stars and hike the untamed rainforest.
The indigenous people of the Satéré-Mawê tribe will provide first hand experience about the forest, the rivers, and their way of dealing with this unique and precious environment.