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An incredible immersion in the Amazon invites you to immerse yourself in the experience of Community Based Tourism that guard Acajatuba, a riverside region ...
Experience the Amazon and encourage responsible tourism!
Here you will find the ideal itinerary from Manaus to the riverside or indigenous communities, individually or in groups, with a lot of Amazonian cuisine, workshops of local culture and art, community lodgings, boat trips and support for local development activities in communities of the Amazon.
UIKA was born from the desire to show an Amazon that only those who were born and raised in the midst of it know and can truly understand it. We wanted to take travelers from all over the world to know our way of life, our world. This world of river trips, of cheering to the sound of cheesy, overhanging or boi-bumbá during the festivities, of roasting fish on banana leaves on weekends, of bathing in a river or waterfall, of putting flour on every occasion. dishes and always agree that açaí is the best dessert and cupuaçu the best fruit ever.
The purpose of UIKA is to promote responsible tourism in the Amazon, positively impacting riverside and indigenous communities who have seen in the beauties of the forest and popular knowledge an alternative income and improved quality of life.
Collect unforgettable memories!
Enjoy the Amazon, the brazilian northern lifestyle, the traditional peoples, our music, our cuisine and, of course, be sure to visit the incredible destinations that lie between the city and the forest.
Here you will find unique itineraries in Manaus, tailored for travelers seeking an immersion in local life.
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One of my favorite parts of the tour was watching the sunset of the river port in Manaus which is extremely important for the city. It was mass having a taste of it accompanied by a local resident.
The moment of departure, we got off the regional boat and took the boat to reach the community! Navigate the black river only accompanied by moonlight, stars and sounds of nature. It was amazing!
UIKA took me to a world of their own. Getting to know Manaus and a riverside community from a local perspective is a very rich experience. I came back enjoying manauaras songs, with flour in the suitcase, cupuaçu soap in the body, the purple mouth of acai berry and even more in love with Brazil.