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This free city park has some very nice features, including 2 short raised boardwalks, an auditorium and a large thatched-roof bldg. However, the level of litter and pollution is extrememly high, especially by and in the river. I was surprised to see a live alligator...More
We visited twice during a visit to Manaus. It is easily accessible by bus and is free to get in. Although the area around the river is full of debris there are lots of alligators and turtles around. We also saw a sloth and lots...More
This park is a travesty, and the people of Manaus should be ashamed of it. They are the custodians of a beautiful and important land that is the last refuge of the sanguinus bicolor, or pied tamarin. However, they are not looking after it. The...More
I love this park, as it is actually a chunk of jungle in the middle of the city, with lots of wild/free animals: parrots, macaws, insects by the ton, and even monkeys are easily found, if patient and lucky. However, this lovely green space within...More
MINDU PARK is 15min from downtown and has 4 or 5 main pahts that provides you a walk in the jungle. You take one or two hours on each path. No noise from the city. You can see some animals and birds. If you are...More