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We produce high-level trips to the most stunning - and inhospitable - Brazilian landscapes. Matueté’s trips are never the same. All trips are specially designed, aiming the best experience possible in each destination, always considering the desire and style of each of our travelers. Read more about a sample vacation custom designed by Matueté. Read more

Quintessential Fact Sheet

Highlights of a Rio Negro expedition by Matueté

The ultimate luxury experience

Wake up to the sound of birds singing in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon while traveling down the Rio Negro on an exclusive yacht that accommodates just nine passengers. The fully-equipped ship ensures a luxurious experience in one of the planet’s most remote regions.

Gourmet dining

After a day exploring shallow streams known as igarapés, sit down for a candlelight dinner set at a clear sandy beach along the Rio Negro and delight in fresh regional fish grilled on the spot.

A unique detail

The yacht is equipped with canoes to explore the smaller tributaries where few tourists venture to ensure that guests get a deeper experience with the forest.

An unforgettable moment

And just when you think nothing more in the Amazon landscape could possibly surprise you, board a hydroplane an enjoy a bird’s eye view of the impressive meeting of the Rio Negro’s dark waters with the muddier waters of the Rio Solimões.

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Directions

The Matueté expedition of the Rio Negro begins in Amazonas’ capital city, Manaus, whose airport serves all major Brazilian cities and some international flights. The company covers all transfers and tours as part of the travel package.

Weather

The Amazon is worth a visit any time of the year. It rains less between June and November, exposing some beautiful freshwater beaches along the shores. From December to June, the river rises, covering the beaches and forming igapós, corridors formed by trees whose trunks are partially covered by water. The average temperature is approximately 26°C (79°F), but during the dry season, days can be as hot as 35°C (95°F).

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