Aguasclaras residence is located in a good neighborhood of Manaus your name is conjunto Aguasclaras, quiet neighborhood with no traffic and pollution near the green area of the park sumauma, which gives its name to sumauma shopping manaus 3 km away close you find also inpa (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia) scientific center for the amazon area where inside are special animals and plants characteristic of the Amazon forest, a museum about the history of Amazonia, the center supports various research fields in ecology, zoology and botany at the Amazonia, are always nearby parquet.if mindu, a park immersed in a little piece of the forest into the city of manaus to make some good walks and running in its track is easy to meet some typical forest animals, about 1 km you find a bus stop,where every five minutes go by bus to all directions of manaos (the old town about 12 km punta negra beach about 12 km) you can find here also a bakery selling fresh bread and a small market is nearby pizzeria and restaurants
you have available a whole apartment bedroom, fitted kitchen complete relaxation area, and a lounge with sofa plus an outdoor area
good Quality price ,you pay a low value and have, to a whole apartment plus an outdoor area with pool and BBC
We have a transport service 24 hours, for all the places of Manaus, close the airport (international airport manaus edoardo gomes) to the historic center or other place of interest of the guests at good pri
Manaus is the Amazon’s largest city, an incongruous pocket of urbanity in the middle of the jungle, a major port for ocean vessels that’s 1500km from the ocean. The Amazonian rainforest has a population density half that of Mongolia’s, but the journey there invariably begins in (or passes through) this gritty bustling metropolis. Don’t be surprised if you feel a little out of whack. Manaus is no colonial gem, but does have some genuinely rewarding sights, including a leafy zoo with as many animals out of the cages as in them, and a beach-and-museum combo that gets you out of the city center. It’s a place to stock up on anything you forgot to pack, or to refill your tank with beer and internet after a week in the forest. You can book jungle tours from Manaus, mostly three to six day excursions, ranging from budget to upscale. Plenty are run by honest professionals, but the city is also full of slippery touts whose tours are not only miserable and a waste of money, but often dangerous – see our tips for avoiding scams. Another bit of advice: don't get stuck in Manaus! It's strangely easy to forget that a city of three million people is not, in fact, a very logical place to experience a natural wonder like the Amazon. Remember there are many places, both upriver and down, that are fairly easy to reach and may offer something closer to the Amazonian adventure you've been imagining.