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Manaus travel guide

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You're Going to Love Manaus

Manaus is a tropical city in northwest Brazil and the main starting point for visitors coming in to explore the Amazon rainforest.

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3 Days Amazon Jungle Adventure Tour
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When to Visit Manaus

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Weather in Manaus is typically very humid and goes through two distinct seasons: wet and dry. The best time to visit is between the months of May and July when the weather is not too hot, and the jungle is most accessible with little rain.

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How to Get to Manaus

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Where to Stay in Manaus

The Tropical Manaus Ecoresort on the Rio Grande river has a large swimming pool and mini zoo. The Anaconda Amazon Island is slightly cheaper but includes transfers, meals, and additional excursion options.

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How to Get Around Manaus

The Cost of Living in Manaus

Shopping Streets

Avenida Djalma Batista is the main road featuring both big shopping malls and smaller boutique stores selling clothes, jewelry, and home decor.

Groceries and Other

The main grocery stores are Big Amigao, Supermercado Big Boi, and the open Mercado Adolpho Lisboa. A dozen eggs will cost around R$7.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$9.44
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$54.26
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$1.43
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$3.30

Where to Eat in Manaus

Pirarucu, the biggest fish found in the Amazon is a very popular dish. Tambaqui de Banda is a great place to try Pirarucu and many other local Amazonian foods. Average meal prices are around R$30.