Brazil


Brazil

Brazil’s Amazon is one of the world ‘s greatest adventure travel destinations, a land of the triple canopy rain forest, seemingly endless rivers, primitive native people, pink dolphins, the world’s most diverse wildlife including 7 foot river otters, 3 toed sloughs, tapirs, brightly colored Macaws, Toucans and Parrots. The huge black water rivers of the Rio Negro river basin boast over 2,500 species of fish including the mythical Piranha, 300 lb catfish and the hardest fighting freshwater fish in the world today, the spectacular Peacock Bass. Featuring one of the few areas in the world that have never been timbered and have never had a road cut into it, making this a land of wonder where one can experience the same exhilaration as the Portuguese did when they first explored it in the 1500’s. Your trip will begin upon your arrival in Manaus, Brazil a modern city of 2 million people located 800 miles up the Amazon River at the confluence of one of its major tributaries the Rio Negro. From there you will be flown by twin engine turbo prop charter 300-500 miles into the heart of the primitive Amazon rain forest to meet our Amazon Lord I for groups up to 18 anglers and Amazon Lord II for smaller groups of up to 12 anglers, for the most exciting week of fishing in the most awesome setting you will ever experience.

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Sprawling across half of South America, Brazil will absolutely fascinate your mind and capture your heart. After all, Brazil has captivated sportsmen for over 500 years. You’ll gaze at powdered white-sand beaches stretching for more than 7,000 km and bordered with palm trees and fronting the mysterious Atlantic. Add in a collection of tropical islands, music-filled cities and charming colonial towns. Inland, Brazil boasts stunning sights of varied flavors. You’ll thrill at regal waterfalls, crystal-clear rivers, and red-rock canyons. Brazil’s greater and more celebrated fascinations include the Amazon and the Pantanal, storied environments that play host to the greatest biodiversity on Earth.

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