The annual flooding of the rivers in the Amazon extends over large forest areas known as várzeas or igapós and as well as is getting up to the second street of the city.
sábado, 23 de maio de 2015
quinta-feira, 9 de abril de 2015
Santarém has the privilege of being washed by theses two rivers, the Tapajós which runs from south to north and the Amazon which runs from west to east. At ten in the morning a phenomenon occur in Tapajós, the great amount of water pushed by Amazon invades the front of the city. It lasts till two in the afternoon. This makes all the blue Tapajós to become yellow.
quarta-feira, 1 de abril de 2015
|At the begining of the Tour|
|Water Lilly-Vitória Régia|
|Take you time.|
sexta-feira, 27 de março de 2015
|Jackson Dezincourt at the MV Seabourn Quest.|
During the month of march we received some great visitors to enjoy these marvelous unique sights here. First, was the MV Sebourn Quest during the first half of the month. We had some excursions that departured from the pier to the most thriller and rock destinations around Santarém City in the heart of brazillian Amazon. Maicá Lake, Bosque Santa Lúcia, and the Tapajós National Forest. This period is important emphasizing the seasonal time, wet season and all the views are completly flooded. Thanks readers. Wait for more news...
|Guide team from the left to the right. Jorge Cabral, Paulo Henrique, Edmilson, Neles, Jackson Dezincourt, Paulo Coelho, João Renato de Mendonça, Karim Abbuh, Adriano.|
|Jackson Dezincourt presenting Amazon downstream speech.|
|Stay awake Gringos|
|Jackson Dezincourt at the Maicá Lake in a wet and breeze morning.|
|Ponta Negra in front of Santarém, flood area in late march.|
domingo, 1 de março de 2015
Recently arrived from a nice and wonderful and longest trip around Brazil, (I say it ‘cause going to the south, northeast and north it´s has great distance) I thought I should share some pictures about it with you.
It´s not only the distance but how everything is different and how Brazil has many contrasts, culture and weather.
I travel because the search for the New is infinity, like the ancient saying … “The world hasn´t ended up yet.”