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Brazil Jungle Tour | Desafio Amazon River Cruise
 
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http://www.rainforestcruises.com/desafio-amazon-cruise Brazilian Amazon Aboard a Classical Schooner. The M/V Desafio is a classical schooner that offers guests old world charm and a comfortable, intimate atmosphere on Brazil's mighty Amazon. She has recently undergone a major re-furbishment, and her cabins have been enlarged and facilities updated so your stay will be even more comfortable! For more information, please contact us: [email protected]
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You DO NOT want to fall in this lake - AMAZON RAINFOREST
 
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We hiked 3KM through mud and jungle to arrive at Lake Sandoval. One of the most biodiverse regions of the Amazon rainforest and home to countless predators. 5 Hot Tips to Peru (FREE): http://lostleblanc.com/5-hot-tips-peru Lost Merch and Travel Guides: https://lostleblanc.myshopify.com/ Yesterday's video - WE ARRIVED IN THE AMAZON https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM9nkOnqChE Checkout Katy - Instagram @whatthechic Katy's YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxMFu13_V3Wuu3KASSYcF7w Get Travel Tips and Advice on Running a Social Media Business - Come Behind the Scenes and Join my Community https://www.patreon.com/lostleblanc Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lostleblanc SnapChat LostLeBlanc Twitter LostLeBlanc Facebook LostLeBlanc Songs: Copyright Free Music HERE: https://goo.gl/fF1Q5N Thank you to Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion Hotel for having us! -------------------------------------- FAQ: -What camera and equipment do you use? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kuq50cVSFbw Feb, 2017
Views: 486871 Lost LeBlanc
Mission Trip - Amazon/Brazil
 
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This video is about Mission Trip - Amazon/Brazil
Views: 807 Lenise Galucho
Amazon Rainforest Adventures - Travel Deeper Brazil (Ep. 15)
 
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Come with me down the Amazon River into the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest for a wild week of adventure. - http://www.tourist2townie.com/ A BIG THANK YOU to Amazon Gero Tours and the entire staff for hosting me, and keeping me alive. For the best Amazon Tour from Manaus, check them out - http://www.amazongerotours.com/ - AMAZON ADVENTURE - There are certain places on this planet that seem almost like fiction. Unreachable destinations that you expect to only see in story books and documentaries. The Amazon Rainforest in northern Brazil was one of those places for me. So when I had the opportunity to come to Brazil, I wasn't going to miss the chance to fulfill a lifelong dream. My experience began in the gateway city of Manaus, where the journey into the jungle proved to be a task unto itself... I took a taxi from the airport down to the city's main harbor. It was here that had my first glimpse of the incredible size and scope of the Amazon river on ground level. From here I crossed the river on a small shuttle boat, passing the point where the Rio Negro converges with the Amazon which forms a really cool color divide in the water. Once on the other side, I passed street vendors selling giant fish and wild fruits, before boarding an old VW wagon. Past the small towns and giant lilly pads, we drove further away from civilization before making one last transfer into a small motorboat. As we weaved through the flooded forest, the reality of this experience started to set in! The Ararinha Jungle Hotel would serve as the launch pad for all my Rainforest adventures. By day we explored the river and trekked through the Amazon rainforest. In the water we looked out for exotic birds, hidden lizards and even the rare pink dolphins and on land it was giant spiders, poison dart frogs and all types of monkeys. While the rare Anaconda and Jaguar were always in the back of my mind, it was the smaller animals that you really had to be aware of. We would go catch piranha in the shallow waters and then boat out to the middle of the river nearby to swim. It was a dangerous and beautiful place, and my senses were heightened the entire time. Throughout the process, Kenrick and the other guides taught me some important skills and techniques for surviving in the jungle. From making weapons and building shelter to finding the best things to eat if you're hungry. Another side of life in the Amazon, is the close-nit community of people who live along the river. I was expecting to see naked tribes and face-painted cannibals, but that wasn't the case at all. I had the opportunity to meet and interact with many local residents and despite the remote location, life here seems relatively normal, and it comes with an alluring simplicity and self-sufficiency. One morning we visited one of local farms who were in the middle of cultivating the popular Brazilian staple, Farinha or Farofa. He should us how to transform the poisones root into an edible side-dish and I even popped my top to help out. On another day we were invited to a house party with some of the off-duty guides and surrounding neighbors. It was great to see what life was like on a Friday night with people my age in the Amazon. And at night, when the sensible locals would turn in, we'd launch the boat again and head out to explore the darkness. With 75% of the animals here being nocturnal, the noises and commotion at night were like nothing I've ever heard. The easiest thing to spot were caimans, whose beady red eyes surfaced across the river. And apparently, if you're fast and quiet enough, you can reach down into the water and grab one. On my final day in the Amazon, we decided to take a small crew out to get the full effect of the jungle, and go camp out. We found a flat, dry space not far from the river and worked quickly to setup camp before dark. We chopped trees for a tarp frame, cautiously gathered firewood and began cooking dinner over the fire. As darkness and a little paranoia set in, we enjoyed dinner and drinks to the developing sounds around us. We listened to music, played cards, and of course, peed close by. We had some more drinks, made hats out of palm branch and shared stories well into the night. After an camp-made breakfast with fresh fruit, eggs and coffee, it was time for me to pack up and head back to Manaus. And although I spent a week engulfed in this incredible place… the people, the wildlife, the environment… everything still makes the Amazon seem like fiction... - FOLLOW ALL THE ADVENTURES - BLOG - http://www.tourist2townie.com INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/tourist2townie/ FACEBOOK - https://facebook.com/tourist2townie/ TWITTER - https://twitter.com/tourist2townie/ - TRAVEL DEEPER -
Views: 57206 Gareth Leonard
LIVE: Hyenas to territory of Lion's attacking Lion cubs - Lion parents try to save baby but fail.
 
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#NAP, #NAPanimal LIVE: Unbelievable! Hyenas to territory of Lion's attacking Lion cubs - Lion parents try to save baby but fail.
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Brazil travel guide (HD 1080p)
 
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Brazil travel guide 2016 - Tourist attractions in Brazil - Rio De Janeiro, Iguassu Falls, Brazil trip (HD 1080p) Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube ==========NOTE: ========== The CDC has identified Brazil as an affected area of the Zika outbreak. Pregnant women are advised to be cautious as the virus can lead to birth defects. Adults affected by the virus experience fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes) typically lasting a week. You can learn more by visiting the official CDC website. http://www.cdc.gov/zika/index.html ==================== Brazil (Portuguese: Brasil) is the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world. Famous for its football (soccer) tradition and its annual Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife and Olinda. It is a country of great diversity, from the bustling urban mosaic of São Paulo to the infinite cultural energy of Pernambuco and Bahia, the wilderness of the Amazon rainforest and world-class landmarks such as the Iguaçu Falls, there is plenty to see and to do in Brazil. Brazil travel guide =============== Amazon Rainforest - The Amazon River Basin holds more than half of the world's remaining rainforest, and over 60% of that lies within the North of Brazil — approximately one billion acres with incredible biodiversity. The region is home to about 2.5 million insect species, over 40,000 plants species, 2200 fish species, and more than 2,000 types of birds and mammals. One in five of all the bird species in the world live in the rainforests of the Amazon, and one in five of the fish species live in Amazonian rivers and streams. Atlantic Forest (Mata Atlântica) - A region of tropical and subtropical forest which extends along the Atlantic coast of Brazil from Rio Grande do Norte state in the Northeast to Rio Grande do Sul state in the South. The Atlantic Forest has a wide variety of vegetation, including the many tree species such as the iconic araucaria tree in the south or the mangroves of the northeast, dozens of types of bromeliads and orchids, and unique critters such as capivara. The forest has also been designated a World Biosphere Reserve, with a large number of highly endangered species including the well-known marmosets, lion tamarins and woolly spider monkeys. Unfortunately, it has been extensively cleared since colonial times, mainly for the farming of sugar cane and for urban settlements — The remnants are estimated to be less than 10% of the original, and that is often broken into hilltop islands. However, large swaths of it are protected by hundreds of parks, including 131 federal parks, 443 state parks, and 14 municipal parks, most of which are open to visitation. Campos Gerais - With a vast vegetation of grasses and areas of transition between the Cerrado and Atlantic Forest, this region offers beautiful scenery of cliffs and canyons, as Jaguaricatú Valley, beyond the fifth and the eighth most extensive canyons in the world, which are respectively Guartelá and Jaguariaíva . Jaguariaíva the canyon is made more beautiful rafting activity in Brazil. Pantanal - A vast tropical wetland expanse, one of the world's largest. 80% of it lies within the state of Mato Grosso do Sul but it also extends into Mato Grosso (as well as into portions of Bolivia and Paraguay), sprawling over an area estimated at between 140,000 and 195,000 square kilometers (54,000-75,000 sq mi). 80% of the Pantanal floodplains are submerged during the rainy seasons, nurturing an astonishing biologically diverse collection of aquatic plants and helping support a dense array of animal species. Waterfalls (Cachoeiras) - Brazil has an amazing range of impressive waterfalls of all sizes and shapes. Iguaçu Falls, in eastern Parana, is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, truly a sight to see. The 353-meter Cachoeira da Fumaça in Bahia's Chapada Diamantina National Park is the country's second highest waterfall, after the Amazon's almost inaccessible Cachoeira do Araca. Other famous waterfalls include Caracol Falls, in a Rio Grande do Sul state park of the same name near Canela, Itaquira Falls, an easily accessible 168-meter fall near Formosa, Goiás, and the gorge at Parque da Cascata near Sete Lagoas, Minas Gerais. Aside from the nationally famous falls, in many parts of the country, particularly the South, Southeast, and Central West regions, you are rarely far from at least one locally-famous, named waterfall worth a short hike.
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Brazil Trip 2017 (HD 1080p)
 
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Brazil Trip 2017, Brazil Travel Guide, Brazil Tourism & vacations, Rio de Janeiro, Amazon Rain forest, Atlantic Forest Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Brazil is the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world. Famous for its football (soccer) tradition and its annual Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife and Olinda. It is a country of great diversity, from the bustling urban mosaic of São Paulo to the infinite cultural energy of Pernambuco and Bahia, the wilderness of the Amazon rainforest and world-class landmarks such as the Iguaçu Falls, there is plenty to see and to do in Brazil. See in Brazil ========= Amazon Rainforest - The Amazon River Basin holds more than half of the world's remaining rainforest, and over 60% of that lies within the North of Brazil — approximately one billion acres with incredible biodiversity. The region is home to about 2.5 million insect species, over 40,000 plants species, 2200 fish species, and more than 2,000 types of birds and mammals. One in five of all the bird species in the world live in the rainforests of the Amazon, and one in five of the fish species live in Amazonian rivers and streams. Atlantic Forest (Mata Atlântica) - A region of tropical and subtropical forest which extends along the Atlantic coast of Brazil from Rio Grande do Norte state in the Northeast to Rio Grande do Sul state in the South. The Atlantic Forest has a wide variety of vegetation, including the many tree species such as the iconic araucaria tree in the south or the mangroves of the northeast, dozens of types of bromeliads and orchids, and unique critters such as capivara. The forest has also been designated a World Biosphere Reserve, with a large number of highly endangered species including the well-known marmosets, lion tamarins and woolly spider monkeys. Unfortunately, it has been extensively cleared since colonial times, mainly for the farming of sugar cane and for urban settlements — The remnants are estimated to be less than 10% of the original, and that is often broken into hilltop islands. However, large swaths of it are protected by hundreds of parks, including 131 federal parks, 443 state parks, and 14 municipal parks, most of which are open to visitation. Campos Gerais - With a vast vegetation of grasses and areas of transition between the Cerrado and Atlantic Forest, this region offers beautiful scenery of cliffs and canyons, as Jaguaricatú Valley, beyond the fifth and the eighth most extensive canyons in the world, which are respectively Guartelá and Jaguariaíva . Jaguariaíva the canyon is made more beautiful rafting activity in Brazil. Pantanal - A vast tropical wetland expanse, one of the world's largest. 80% of it lies within the state of Mato Grosso do Sul but it also extends into Mato Grosso (as well as into portions of Bolivia and Paraguay), sprawling over an area estimated at between 140,000 and 195,000 square kilometers (54,000-75,000 sq mi). 80% of the Pantanal floodplains are submerged during the rainy seasons, nurturing an astonishing biologically diverse collection of aquatic plants and helping support a dense array of animal species. Waterfalls (Cachoeiras) - Brazil has an amazing range of impressive waterfalls of all sizes and shapes. Iguaçu Falls, in eastern Parana, is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, truly a sight to see. The 353-meter Cachoeira da Fumaça in Bahia's Chapada Diamantina National Park is the country's second highest waterfall, after the Amazon's almost inaccessible Cachoeira do Araca. Other famous waterfalls include Caracol Falls, in a Rio Grande do Sul state park of the same name near Canela, Itaquira Falls, an easily accessible 168-meter fall near Formosa, Goiás, and the gorge at Parque da Cascata near Sete Lagoas, Minas Gerais. Aside from the nationally famous falls, in many parts of the country, particularly the South, Southeast, and Central West regions, you are rarely far from at least one locally-famous, named waterfall worth a short hike. Architecture ------------------ Colonial architecture - Many cities have reminders of Brazil's colonial past, with churches, monasteries, forts, barracks, and other structures still intact. Some of the most concentrated and best-preserved colonial buildings can be found in old gold-mining towns such as Ouro Preto and Tiradentes, but many other cities such as Rio de Janeiro, Petrópolis, Salvador, Recife, Paraty, and Goiânia have quite significant colonial centers as well. Oscar Niemeyer works - Niemeyer, Brazil's most famous architect, is a modern architectural pioneer who explores the aesthetic impact of reinforced concrete, using curves to create buildings with a unique sense of space.
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Amazon Hope Brazil trip 1 2018
 
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Our team spent a week going up the amazon river spreading the gospel to those in need. I can not begin to explain how blessed we were to be Gods voice. Come join us at www.amazonhope.com
Views: 20 Foreman454
Rotary Exchange Program | Amazon trip, Brazil
 
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During my exchange year I had the opportunity of a life time to travel around Brasil, this is the trip I had done in the Amazon forest.
Views: 575 Elisabetta Monti
Brazil - Flight over the Amazon and Manaus HD
 
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Amazonas & Manaus - Brasil, august 2013 Soundtrack: Gregg Karukas: To Cool (to be hot) from "Heatwave" (2002)
Views: 18589 Georg Fietz
Tears Of The Girls In Amazon | Video of Uncontacted Amazon Tribes in Brazil
 
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Based on a MBC documentary, "Tears of the Amazon" tells the story of Amazon natives and how the destruction of their natural environment changed their lives. "Tears of the Amazon" is a big budget documentary that captures vivid images of the Amazon River in Brazil over the course of 300 days. The aerial camera mount, Cineflex have shot plenty of gorgeous high definition images of the vast Amazon River for the viewing pleasure. The documentary also address to provoking questions about environmental issues that will threaten the Amazon. Half of the 2 million plant and animal species in the world live in the Amazon, which is a treasure trove of wildlife diversity. There are indios who live deep in the jungles of the Amazon and do without the trappings of modern civilization while adhering to their traditional way of life. With strict paternal families, the indios of the Amazon are polygamous. But Western civilization is slowly encroaching into their lands. Bicycles, satellite dishes... What kind of changes are taking place in the Amazon jungles? The Zoe tribe retain the earliest human way of life and how Waura tribe begins to accept parts of the modern life. On the other hand, the Amazon is facing the threats brought by modern practices, such as rapid deforestation for large-scale farmland and the extinction of precious species due to over-hunting. Tears of the Amazon focuses on seven aboriginal tribes of the Amazons - particularly the Matis and their gradual transformation after their first contacts with modern civilization, and the Zoe, which live on the exact opposite end of the spectrum, avoiding any outward contact and maintaining their style of life intact. Showing how the rapid and gradual destruction of this natural paradise is affecting those tribes, Tears of the Amazon - just like its predecessor Tears of the Arctic - brings a new dimension to the discourse about global warming and environmentalism, through humanism which feels honest enough not turn the real matter at hand into a mere springboard for political diatribe. And for K-drama fans, it's even narrated by Queen Seon Duk's own Kim Nam-Gil, so all the more reason to check it out. Live Video produced by Face Mesh On YouTube Subscribe on YouTube: https://goo.gl/KnKay6
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BRAZIL AMAZON MANAUS
 
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Manaus is the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazon. It is located at the mouth of the Rio Negro in the Rio Solimões. From there the river is called Amazonas. Impressive is the width of the river 1,500 km of air line from the mouth to the ocean. Manaus is a large city in the Amazon, but a lovely and friendly city that invites you to an impressive river landscape. The main attractions are the theater from the great times of the rubber barons, the market with everything the Amazon offers, and the atmosphere at the port, were people and goods spread to all directions.
Brazil friends trip 2018
 
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Views: 276 Quent Dnc
HD Ecopark Jungle Lodge - Amazon - Brazil - Manaus
 
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Amazon Ecopark Jungle Lodge is a privately owned tourism complex and scientific and educational enterprise, operating since 1991. The lodging infrastructure was inaugurated in 1995. Ecopark Jungle Lodge is located on the Tarumã River, approximately one hour from the Manaus airport. (transfer by van or bus and regional river boat). Amazon - Brazil.
Views: 26798 Big Jump
Amazing Discovery Isolated Amazon Tribes - Tribe Amazon Rainforest Brazil Full Documentary
 
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Amazing Discovery Isolated Amazon Tribes - Tribe Amazon Rainforest Brazil Full Documentary
Views: 1875405 BBC Documentary Films HD
Brazil and the Amazon 2016-17
 
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My trip to the Brazilian Amazon 2016-17, staying in Camp 41.
Views: 341 Zoe Lowdermilk
Amazonas, Brazil - The Amazon and Negro Rivers - August 2018
 
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We took a jungle tour in Amazonas, Brazil with Amazon Brazil Jungle Tours in Manaus, Brazil. We visited two different lodges near the junction of the Rio Negro and Amazon Rivers.. We had a fantastic trip, seeing monkeys, sloths, a variety of birds and we got to play with the Boto (pink dolphins) in the river. Special thanks to Marcos and David for setting up our trip! Royalty-free music provided by Sonicfire Pro music program.
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EXPLORING BRAZIL: THE AMAZON |PT. 1|
 
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Here is part one of the amazing trip I had in the Amazon rainforest! As always please ask questions I'd love to answer them! Please subscribe and follow me on my social medias! Peace Out! Rotary Exchange Student: Instagram: @ j.j.briscoe Twitter: @ jjbriscoe_ Gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/jjs-adventure-in-brazil
Views: 1849 JJ Briscoe
RideTheWorldTogether - Adventure Motorcycle Brazil's Amazon
 
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This is a video of Coburn and Erin Blacks adventure through Brazil's Amazon. This video will never capture the hardship that was endured during these 6 days. Keep in mind while watching this footage that it is extremely hot and humid in the Amazon. If you attempt to ride this road in the wet season please be prepared for the worst. We brought lots of food, water, and fuel and it wasn't enough. If have any questions I will gladly answer them and give you advice to help you ride through the Amazon. For more Visit: www.ridetheworldtogether.com
Views: 12058 RideTheWorldTogether
Amazon BELO BRAZIL trip part 1!
 
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This trip was literally the most amazing thing Ive ever experienced!! Heres part 1 where we travel, visit parts of Manaus, and explore different parts of the Amazon!
Brazil trip 2017 - Amazon Hope
 
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1,147 professions of faith. Elevation worship: unstoppable God
Views: 315 Laura Waldrep
Amazon BELO BRAZIL trip part 2!
 
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By far the most amaizng trip ever ❤
Amazon River Cruise: Tour of Manaus Harbor, Brazil
 
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Pierre Repooc Productions - URL:http://www.youtube.com/c/PierreRepooc Before starting our cruise of the Amazon River, we toured the harbor area of Manaus on the Amazon River, Brazil
Peacock Bass fishing trips in the Amazon, Brazil.
 
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We’re Capt Peacock, World’s best peacock bass fishing experience in all Brazil, Amazon. http://www.captpeacock.com
Views: 2321 Capt Peacock
Brazilian Amazon - Trip to Amazon (brazil)
 
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a 1 and a half month trip - backpaking -with me and 2 friends around vilages in the amazon rainforest in brazil (amazonia) - uma viagem (mochilao) de 1 mes e meio pela amazonia - brasil
Views: 1657 afbarro
Dolphin Lodge, Brazil - where we lived during Amazon trip
 
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I lived in the Dolphin Lodge during my Amazon 4 days/3 nights trip from Manaus, Brazil. All the customers there really loved the lodge and the owner, including me. Thus we decided to make the video to illustrate the lodge in a most sincere and true way.
Views: 1476 Imi Yoshimihoku
Amazon trip | Belo Brazil
 
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Hope you all enjoyed this video! Make sure to comment any other video ideas you guys have. Rotary Exchange Student: instagram: @_bellacella
Views: 24 Marcella Louise
AMAZON RAINFOREST - BRAZIL Vacation HD | GoPro
 
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Exploring the depths of the Amazon in Brazil. From camping deep within the jungle to canoeing along the river we did it all. Live for the moments you can't put into words!
Views: 4681 Andrea Nysen
Complete Tour of Manaus, Brazil (Legendas em português).
 
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A complete tour in the city of Manaus, North of Brazil. Including the Amazonas Opera House, Palace of Justice, Largo São Sebastião, Port of Manaus, Municipal market, Museu do Seringal, Rio Negro and Rio Branco Palaces, Praia de Ponta Negra and more. To learn more about Manaus, access our website: http://www.7continents1passport.com/manaus-getaway-amazon-rainforest/ Tour completo na cidade de Manaus, no norte do Brasil. O passeio inclui o centro histórico de Manaus; o Teatro Amazonas; os Palácios da Justiça, Rio Negro e Rio Branco; o Museu do Seringal; a Praia de Ponta Negra; e muito mais. Para mais informações sobre Manaus click no link abaixo: http://www.7continents1passport.com/7-razoes-visitar-manaus/?lang=pt-br
Juma Jungle Lodge - Amazon Forest Trip (Brazil)
 
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Trip to Amazon Rainforest - Juma Jungle Lodge Hotel on March 2014 4 day stay at Hotel and one in Manaus. Song: José Gonzales - Step Out
Views: 388 Bruno Freitas
Brazil Amazon fishing trip アマゾン川に釣りに行ってきた
 
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Brazil Amazon fishing trip by mother ship 2017 February Fin-chアマゾン釣りツアー 2017年1月後半から2月頭にかけて15日間の間憧れのブラジルアマゾン川に釣りに行きました、途中サカナクンにお会いしたり嬉しいハプニングもありました、2週間の短期スケジュールの為、宿泊設備の整った母船に宿泊し、毎朝ガイドと共に小型船で出船し一週間毎日釣りをするスタイルでした、今年のアマゾンはかなりの増水で水位が下がらずジャングルに魚が入ってしまい釣れないとの事前情報があり、釣果はそれほどでしたが憧れの地に行けた事だけでも感動し、人生での経験となりました。
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2018 Brazilian Amazon Study Tour
 
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On this trip we made memories that can never be forgotten and forged friendships that will never be broken. These 10 days could have lasted a lifetime. Video from the 2018 Spring Break study tour for the "On the River: Experiencing the Brazilian Amazon" honors seminar at the University of Cincinnati. A thank you to UC and Amazonia Expeditions for making this once in life time opportunity possible for all of us. Music: Speed by Jim Yosef
Amazon Tours to Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador
 
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http://www.southamerica.travel/Amazon-Tours. Travel to the Amazon Rainforest on an Amazon River Cruise or stay in an Amazon Jungle Lodge. Enjoy local food, visit nearby communities, take nature hikes and go canoeing to see the amazing variety of biodiversity in the Amazon. We offer Amazon tours to Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador, and all of our Amazon tours are completely customizable. Stay for just 2 nights or for several days, and add other destinations in South America such as Rio de Janeiro, Machu Picchu, or the Galapagos Islands! Check out our Amazon Tours now! http://www.southamerica.travel/Amazon-Tours
Views: 12141 SouthAmerica.travel
Brazil - Amazon 2013
 
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Last month Chris E. from Concrete GALXC went on a missions trip with his church to the Amazon in Brazil. This is the trip thru his lens.
Views: 178 ConcreteGALXC
ADRA International Mission Trip with Oakwood University in Nova Jerusalém, Amazon, Brazil 2018
 
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I would just like to say first that these visuals and footage shots were NOT only taken by me but mostly from Arjay Arellano and other videographers who captured amazing moments such as these. This mission trip was full of adventures throughout the jungle, connecting with natives from Brazil and even those from Adventist schools throughout the United States. ADRA International was in charge of making sure we all were on aboard with what we were suppose to do to build/renovate the school for children. We painted, constructed, lifted and carried heavy material to different places. We've visited several communities on Saturday and spent the rest of our time having fun with the kids. This trip personally impacted my life like no other, and I'm excited to continue new journeys with ADRA in the future! Also if you personally are interested in joining ADRA yourself then here's their link below! https://www.adraconnections.org
Views: 371 Elijah Leftridge
Amazon Tours Brazil
 
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Adventure in Cuiras River - 7 days expedition in the Amazon Jungle www.amazontoursbrazil.com [email protected] facebook: amazon tours brazil Visit the Amazon.
Views: 223 Carlos Damasceno
Multi-species Variety Fishing at Picapau Lodge in Brazil
 
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Acute Angling's brand new, air-conditioned lodge provides a comfortable home base in the Amazon’s most pristine Multi-species variety fishery. This trip is all about the Amazon’s true “River Monsters”. Here you can have amazing angling adventures, yet enjoy surprisingly comfortable accommodations. With private bathrooms and walk-in showers, anglers enjoy a spacious and well-organized domicile. With our staff's full-service commitment, you can concentrate on the exciting fishing, enjoy the great meals and just relax. See Trip Info: http://www.acuteangling.com/peacock-bass-trips/amazon-fishing-trip-finder/catalog/rio-travessao-variety/overview.html http://www.acuteangling.com/
Views: 628 acuteangling
JUNGLE WALK - Amazon Rio Negro (cruise day 2, Brazil)
 
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Rio Negro, clipper cruise. Amazonia, Brazil.
Amazon Challenge adventure trip with Large Minority (Colombia, Peru & Brazil)
 
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Amazon Challenge was an adventure trip organised with Large Minority which takes you through the Amazon rainforest of Colombia, Peru & Brazil. For one week you work as a team to challenge others through the Amazon rainforest and on the Amazon river. https://www.largeminority.travel
Views: 128 Dave Brett
Amazon - Juma Jungle Lodge (Brazil)
 
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Our trip to the Amazon Forest - 4 Days at the Lodge - 1 Day in Manaus Loved it.
Views: 3508 Bruno Freitas
Brazil Trip 2009 - Amazon - Part 2
 
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The last city of my trip before heading back to Toronto. Photos taken by all of us K.P.K.
Views: 175 Kaezad Nallaseth
Amazon Brazil.Trip in the Amazon.
 
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This video,is concerning,about trips we are operating,one day in a Regional Boats,
Hora de partir - Pr. Manolo Damasio (Mission Trip 2018 - Amazon, Brazil)
 
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Mission Trip 2018 - Amazon, Brazil Gravado em 2 de Junho de 2018 http://dallasbrsda.org/
Brazil Mission Trip 2013: Church Building in the Amazon (Calebe)
 
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Short video showing our handy work helping to build a church structure in Brazil. Our mission was to set up the foundation pillars for the assembly hall. That included digging 16 support holes by shovel and placing long heavy tree trunks in those holes by hand. No construction equipment here. This was done old school style. — in Cametá, Para. Brazil Mission Trip 2013
Views: 1231 Advent Exodus
NATURE TRIP TO BRAZIL 2017 DIF
 
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Pantanal, Amazon river, Iguazu falls and lencois maranhenses
Views: 143 vittodif
SMC 'DIRT' | Brazilian Amazon
 
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SMC 'DIRT' | Brazilian Amazon A documentary on the full experience of the Saint Mary's College of California's January Term service trip in the Brazilian Amazon.
Views: 126 Diego J. Ríos
beautiful sunrise with the river people on amazon river Brazil missions trip
 
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aww i miss brasil and these wonderful people i cant wait to come back one day! i love brasil!
Views: 445 aria wright