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Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve

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The Lodge

The Uakari Lodge is composed of seven floating structures made out of wood and covered with thatch. These structures float because they were built on floating timber. They are all connected through floating runways. The Lodge was designed for a minimum environmental impact, with appropriate technologies such as rainwater collection, solar power for lighting and water heating, and a sewage filtration system. The lodge has only 10 apartments with bathrooms and the capacity to accommodate in total 20 people at a time.

The lodge also has a central floating structure with reception area, restaurant, bar, TV room, library and conference room. We also have laundry services.

The lodge has a team of permanent workers – the manager, leisure, maintenance and food and drink supervisors, and the naturalist guide. Also, cooks, chambermaids, waiters and local guides work in temporary basis in a rotation system. All members of the Lodge’s team are local people – apart from the naturalist bilingual guide.

Accommodations

The lodge has 10 comfortable, simple and ample (25m2) apartments. Each one has its own terrace, bathroom with hot water shower, two single king-size beds. The apartments’ windows have nets and the roofs are covered with thatch. All apartments have a view to the forest from the terrace.

Food and Drinks

The lodge offers three meals a day. The menu was created from Brazilian cuisine, focusing on products and dishes that are typical from the Amazon, with a lot of fresh fish, regional fruit and juices (we do not serve red meat). The bar offers national and foreign wines, caipirinhas, beer and soda (not included).

Infrastructure

The Uakari lodge has a transport infrastructure with speedboats, motorized and regional canoes. The 40 hp engine speedboats are used for the transfer from Tefé to the lodge. They are covered and can take up to six people at a time. (Please be aware that you should only bring a maximum of a 15 kg baggage item). Leisure infrastructure is composed of interpretation and observation trails, and also a structure built inside the forest for photographing and observing animals. There is also a VHF radio communication system (there is no telephone). You can charge your batteries only a few hours a day, so please bring extra ones.

  • Visits to local communities
  • Research
  • Trails
  • Lake Visits

Visit to local communities

The local people that participate in ecotourism activities are known as riverine, or river people. This population is descendent both from Brazilian people who migrated to the Amazon from the Northeast during the rubber boom cycle, and from indigenous people that inhabited the region at the time. Ribeirinhos are rural people that live alongside rivers and live mainly from the use of natural resources through fishing and family agriculture.

Since the seventies, these communities have seen their natural resources depleting rapidly, and therefore have become involved in the Lake Preservation Movement. With the creation of the Reserve in 1990, these communities have been protagonists of this pioneer conservation and sustainable development project.

Through community visits, guests will be able to learn about the history, way of life, and customs of this riverine population. They will be hosted by a community guide, a local person especially chosen by the community to be the host. The community guide will show the main attractions in his village, and will share its history with the visitors. Visitors are welcome to ask questions and will also be especially encouraged to talk about their own way of life.

The community visit will last for about three hours. In the end, visitors will have the opportunity to see locally-made handicrafts. This is a unique opportunity to learn about the local way of living and also to see the work developed from the local people’s perspectives.
Please refer to the specified guidelines for this visit.

Research

The Mamirauá Institute is a research unit linked to the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology in Brazil. Its researchers study mainly the biodiversity of the Mamirauá Reserve. Some of these research and monitoring projects are long running.
In the area where the Uakari Lodge is located there are two research stations where groups of researchers stay during their field trips. Since visitors have great interest in knowing the research carried out in Mamirauá, the lodge promotes the interaction between researchers and visitors. In the program, one of the excursions is a visit to a research station, where the researcher will explain the goals of its work, the methods used, and some results already reached. Visitors learn about the biology and ecology of animals studied and accompany researches in the field.

Trails

The lodge has a system of eleven trails in the forest. Developed in flat terrain and with 3 km in average, our trails are designed not to be physically straining and most of them can be walked in three hours at most. All of them were developed in strategic places so as to maximize the chances of wildlife viewing, and some of them were used by researchers in their studies about the ecosystem. Visitors will go into the forest in small groups of up to six people (apart from the interpretive trail). During the flood (May to July) they will glide through the trails in small paddle canoes and the rest of the year the trails can be walked. On these trails, visitors may observe different species of monkeys and other arboreal mammals, such as the red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus), uakaris (Cacajao calvus calvus), squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus and Saimiri vanzolinii) and the three toed sloths (Bradypus variegatus).

Interpretive trail

When visiting Mamirauá, visitors will have direct contact with the varzea environment and its diversity of plants and animals. An interpretive trail will help visitors to learn about the ecosystem, its elements, interactions and adaptations. The naturalist and local guide provide scientific and traditional knowledge which will help you to understand the várzea’s environment. The trail has eight main stations; at each one of them the guides will present different aspects of the flooded forest, like its geomorphology, its different types of vegetation and habitats. Other stations will focus on the ecology of groups of animals like invertebrates, mammals, and fish.

Lake Visits

The flooded plains of Amazon and Japurá rivers, where the Mamirauá Reserve is located, have a complex mosaic of water bodies, channels, paranas and lakes. These lakes are connected almost all year round to other water bodies, and therefore are not “real” lakes (MSDR Management Plan, 1996) Visitors navigate through these channels and lakes in small paddle canoes or motorized canoes, in order to view the fauna along their margins.

One of the main lakes in the ecotourism area gave the name to the Reserve. Mamirauá Lake is located at the heart of the total preservation zone and works as a nursery to some aquatics species. During the excursion to the lake, visitors possibly have encounters with the pink river dolphins (Inia geofrensis), hoatzin (Opsitochomus hoazin) and maybe with the pirarucu (Arapaima gigas) fish.

In the end of the afternoon at sunset, the visitor will watch one of the most beautiful sceneries in the Reserve. On the way back to the lodge, in the evening, animals such as the black caiman (Melanoschus niger) – the largest predators in South America - bats (Rhynchonyctes naso), nighthawks, and if you are really lucky, the jaguar (Panthera onca) may be seen.


 


 

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Detailed Program Description
Package 4 Days - 3 Nights From Saturday to Tuesday

Pick up at 12h30pm & drop off at 11h30am

First day: Saturday

At 12:30pm the visitors will be received for the Sales and Marketing Manager at the Tefé’s airport.

Generally there is a fast crossing in the Ecotourism office to make payments of the some tourists, at this moment, is possible to go to the Mamirauá store and buy some present

Departing around 13:00 from “Flutuante do Jorge”, by boat you can enjoy the breeze and the magic scenery. You might even be able to spot wildlife, such as pink dolphins (Inia geofrensis) at Tefé Lake and tucuxis (Sotalia fluviatilis) in the Amazonas River.

The arrival is around 14:30 at the Uakari Lodge; our staff will be waiting for you. There will always be an English-speaking person at the lodge. Our staff will give you rapid recommendations and explanations on the running of the lodge (meal times, solar power, water, no swimming, etc) and you will be asked to fill in the visitors registration form. At this time you will be able to meet all the employees responsible for making an excellent stay.

The lunch will be served between 12:00pm and 13:30pm However in the first day, the lunch will be served from 14:30 to 15:30pm.

All outings have to be accompanied by a local guide and you must listen to the their recommendations at all times, specially those regarding your own safety.

At 15:30 you will be ready to go on a walk (dry season) in one of the trails. You will be taken with your whole group to do an Interpretative Trail. The naturalist and the local guide, joining scientific and traditional knowledge will help you to interpret the varzea’s environment (flooded forest). The local guides don’t speak English fluently.

Our trails are designed not to be physically straining and most of them can be walked in three hours at the longest.

During the flood (May-July) all trails will be done in a small paddle canoe (your guide will paddle you through the trail).

The dinner will be served around 19:30. After dinner you will have the opportunity to hear a talk about the ecosystem and about the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute – its work, its research, etc. The naturalist guide will do the presentation at 20:30.

Second day: Sunday

In this day you will make in another tour, travelling around the landscapes, channels and lakes system that compose part of the varzea’s ecosystem in the heart of the forest, where you will have the opportunity to view various species of animals.

In this afternoon you will be taken on a motorised canoe to lake Mamirauá, a beautiful lake inside the total preservation area of the Reserve. At the lake you will probably have memorable encounters with pink river dolphins (Inia geofrensis), hoatzins (Opistochomus hoazin) and perhaps the pirarucu (Arapaima gigas) fish. You will stay there until the sunset and on your way back you will spot black caimans (Melanoschus niger), bats (Rhynchonycteris naso and Noctilio leporinus), night birds…

The Dinner is at 20:00 so you can enjoy your last night to talk to the staff, to see another kind of documentary or just pack for the next morning. Your departure will be early, during the beautiful Amazonian sunrise.

Third day: Monday

If you choose to visit a local village, the morning is the time to do it. The Ecotourism program has had plenty of discussion with the local communities about those visits and agreed an informal itinerary with a series of attractions they would like to show and talk about. A person from the community will meet your group and show you around (please see the detailed information sheet about village visits). Depending on the village, you might have the opportunity to buy locally produced handicrafts - take small change with you.

At 15:30 you are invited for the researchers that are working in the ecotourism area to participate of their field works complementing the technical information in the presentation. If you prefer you can go to another wildlife viewing.

In the night, you will be ready to do a night tour (on foot or by small canoe) with high chances to see the nocturnal fauna, as tarantula spiders, opossum (Didelphis marsupialis and Philander opossum), two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus) and brown throated three toated sloth (Bradypus variegatus), amazon bamboo rats (Dactylomys dactylinus), bats (Rhynchonycteris naso and Noctilio leporinus), etc. This trail is short and spends around 40 minutes

Fourth day: Tuesday

The departure of Lodge will be at 09:30am on Tuesday. Before leaving, we would be grateful if you could fill in the assessment’s form. It is very important for us to know your thoughts about the trip; in this way we can always improve our services.

When you return to Tefé, the Sales and Marketing Manager will be waiting for you in Tefé’s port with the driver taxi. Both accompany you until the airport around 11:30am.

“It is important to mention that the activities described above can be changed because of environmental factors, water level variation and climate conditions.”

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Detailed Program Description
Package 5 Days - 4 Nights From Tuesday to Saturday

Pick up at 12h30pm & drop off at 11h30am

First day: Tuesday

At 12:30pm the visitors will be received by the Sales and Marketing Manager at the Tefé’s airport.

Generally there is a fast crossing in the Ecotourism office to make payments of the some tourists, at this moment, is possible to go to the Mamirauá store and buy some present.

Departing around 1:00pm from “Flutuante do Jorge”, by boat you can enjoy the breeze and the magic scenery. You might even be able to spot wildlife, such as pink dolphins (Inia geofrensis) at Tefé Lake and tucuxis (Sotalia fluviatilis) in the Amazonas River.

The arrival is around 2:30pm at the Uakari Lodge; our staff will be waiting for you. There will always be an English-speaking person at the lodge. Our staff will give you rapid recommendations and explanations on the running of the lodge (meal times, solar power, water, no swimming, etc) and you will be asked to fill in the visitors registration form. At this time you will be able to meet all the employees responsible for offering you an excellent stay.

The lunch will be served between 12:00 pm and 1:30pm. However. on the first day, the lunch will be served from 2:30pm to 3:30pm.

All excursions have to be accompanied by a local guide, but not all will be accompanied by a naturalist guide. You must listen to their recommendations at all times, especially those regarding your own safety.

At 3:30 you will be ready to go on a walk (dry season) in one of the trails. You will be taken with your whole group to go on an Interpretative Trail. The naturalist and the local guide, joining scientific and traditional knowledge will help you to understand the varzea’s environment (flooded forest).

The local guides don’t speak English fluently.

Our trails are designed not to be physically straining and most of them can be walked within three hours at most.

During the flood (May-July) all trails will be done in a small paddle canoe (your guide will paddle you through the trail).

The dinner will be served around 7:30pm. After dinner you will have the opportunity to hear a talk about the ecosystem and about the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute – its work, its research, etc. The naturalist guide will do the presentation at 8:30pm.

Second day: Wednesday

In the first morning you will make an excursion by canoe or on foot into the forest accompanied by a local guide. If you are really quiet and set out early enough, you might see even more wildlife like capuchin monkeys (Cebus paella), howlers (Alouatta seniculus), uakaris (Cacajao calvus calvus) and squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus and Saimiri vanzolinii), three toed sloths (Bradypus variegates), hoatzins (Opistochomus hoazin), etc. If you prefer you can practise traditional fishing or piranha fishing. This activity is important for the survival of the local communities and it is transfered from generation to generation. The local residents will teach you how to fish with harpoon as well as to handle bait and long line too.

In the afternoon you have a choice to accompany a researcher’s team and participate in their field works and supplementing the technical information given last night. Or if you prefer, you can go on another wildlife viewing tour, travelling around the landscapes, channels and lake system that make up part of the varzea’s ecosystem.

After dinner, be ready to do a night tour (on foot or By small canoe) with high chances to see the nocturnal fauna, as tarantula spiders, opossum (Didelphis marsupialis and Philander opossum), two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus) and brown throated three toated sloth (Bradypus variegatus), amazon bamboo rats (Dactylomys dactylinus), bats (Rhynchonycteris naso and Noctilio leporinus), etc.

Third day: Thursday

If you choose to visit a local village, the morning is the time to do it. The Ecotourism program has had plenty of discussion with the local communities about those visits and agreed on an informal itinerary with a number of attractions they would like to show and talk about. A person from the community will meet your group and show you around (please see the detailed information sheet about village visits). Depending on the village, you might have the opportunity to buy locally produced handicrafts - take small change with you.

If you choose not to visit a village you can go for another tour with your local guide.

After lunch, you can rest in a hammock, watch a video about researches done at Mamirauá or an award-winning BBC documentary on Mamirauá, read a book, or just chat - excurions will only be carried out when the sun goes down a little.

In the afternoon you will go to another hiking or canoe tour, always exploring a different region of the reserve.

After dinner you can watch a video or just listen to the sounds of animals at night in your room and relax until next day.

Fourth Day: Friday

In the last morning, you are more used to the forest and you will make a different trail to watch animals. On this trail it is important you walk (dry season) without to do noise.

In this afternoon you will be taken on a motorised canoe to Mamirauá Lake, a beautiful lake inside the total preservation area of the Reserve. At the lake you will probably have memorable encounters with pink river dolphins (Inia geofrensis), hoatzins (Opistochomus hoazin) and perhaps the pirarucu (Arapaima gigas) fish. You will stay there until the sunset and on your way back you will spot black caimans (Melanoschus niger), bats (Rhynchonycteris naso and Noctilio leporinus), night birds…

The Dinner is at 8:00pm. So you can enjoy your last night to talk to the staff, to see another kind of documentary or just pack for the next morning. Your departure will be early, during the beautiful Amazonian sunrise.

Fifth Day: Saturday

The departure of Lodge will be at 09:30am on Saturday. Before leaving, we would be grateful if you could fill in the assessment form. It is very important for us to know your thoughts about the trip; in this way we can always improve our services. When you return to Tefé, the Sales and Marketing Manager will be waiting for you in Tefé’s port with the driver taxi. Both accompany you until the airport your drop off will be around 11:30am.

“It is important to mention that the activities described above can be changed because of environmental factors, water level variation and climate conditions.”

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Detailed Program Description
Packages 8 Days - 7 Nights

This is a special package for people who have more time and want to enjoy a little more of the amazon-flooded forest. You are going to do longer hiking and canoe tours so that you have the opportunity to enjoy the fauna and be in longer interaction with the local communities.
This extended package was developed for people who do not care with the discomfort of the forest such as the heat, mosquitoes and for people who wish to get to know the wonders of the forest more deeply

Pick up at 12h30pm & drop off at 11h30am

First day: At 12:30pm the visitors will be received by the Sales and Marketing Manager at the Tefé’s airport.
Generally there is a fast crossing in the Ecotourism office to make payments of the some tourists, at this moment, is possible to go to the Mamirauá store and buy some present
Departing around 1:00pm from “Flutuante do Jorge”, by boat you can enjoy the breeze and the magic scenery. You might even be able to spot wildlife, such as pink dolphins (Inia geofrensis) at Tefé Lake and tucuxis (Sotalia fluviatilis) in the Amazonas River.
The arrival is around 2:30pm at the Uakari Lodge; our staff will be waiting for you. There will always be an English-speaking person at the lodge. Our staff will give you rapid recommendations and explanations on the running of the lodge (meal times, solar power, water, no swimming, etc.) and you will be asked to fill in the visitors registration form. At this time you will be able to meet all the employees responsible for making an excellent stay.
The lunch will be served between 12:00 pm and 1:30pm. However, on the first day, the lunch will be served from 2:30pm to 3:30pm.
All excursions have to be accompanied by a local guide, but not all will be accompanied by a naturalist guide. You must listen to their recommendations at all times, especially those regarding your own safety.
At 3:30pm you will be ready to go on a walk (dry season) on one of the trails. You will be taken with your whole group to go on an Interpretative Trail. The naturalist and the local guide, joining scientific and traditional knowledge, will help you to interpret the varzea’s environment (flooded forest). The local guides do not speak English fluently.
Our trails are designed not to be physically straining and most of them can be walked within three hours at the longest.
During the flood (May-July) all trails will be done in a small paddle canoes (your guide will paddle you through the trail).
The dinner will be served around 7:30pm. After dinner you will have the opportunity to hear a presentation about the ecosystem and about the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute – its work, its research, etc. The naturalist guide will do the presentation at 8:30pm.

Second day: On this day you will make a tour that includes travelling around the landscapes, channels and lake system that make up part of the varzea’s ecosystem in the heart of the forest. You will have the opportunity to view various species of animals.
In this afternoon you will be taken in a motorised canoe to Mamirauá Lake, a beautiful lake inside the total preservation area of the Reserve. At the lake you will probably have memorable encounters with pink river dolphins (Inia geofrensis), hoatzins (Opistochomus hoazin) and perhaps the pirarucu (Arapaima gigas) fish. You will stay there until the sunset and on your way back you will spot black caimans (Melanoschus niger), bats (Rhynchonycteris naso and Noctilio leporinus), night birds…
At night, you will be ready to do a night tour (on foot or by small canoe) with high chances to see the nocturnal fauna, as tarantula spiders, opossum (Didelphis marsupialis and Philander opossum), two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus) and brown throated three toated sloth (Bradypus variegatus), amazon bamboo rats (Dactylomys dactylinus), bats (Rhynchonycteris naso and Noctilio leporinus), etc. This trail is short and takes around 40 minutes.

Third day: If you choose to visit a local village, the morning is the time to do it. The Ecotourism program has had plenty of discussion with the local communities about those visits and agreed on an informal itinerary with a series of attractions they would like to show and talk about. A person from the community will meet your group and show you around. Depending on the village, you might have the opportunity to buy locally produced handicrafts - take small change with you.
At 3:30pm you are invited to the researchers that are working in the ecotourism area to participate in their field works complementing the technical information in the presentation. It will be possible to do another wildlife viewing, if you prefer.
The Dinner is at 8:00pm so you can enjoy this night to talk to the staff, to see another kind of documentary or just pack for the next morning.

Fourth Day: In the morning you will make a different trail to watch animals. Here it is important you walk (dry season) without doing any noise.
In this afternoon you will be taken on a motorised canoe to experience the artesian fishing or to make a trip in a small canoe or view trail. There you are going to observe more wildlife.
The Dinner is at 8:00pm. Then you can see a video or wait for the next day.

Fifth Day: In the morning you go on a longer journey in another view trail together with the local guide. At this moment you need to talk low to improve your view opportunity, because the sounds will scare away the animals. This activity takes all morning.
At the research floating station, you watch a second presentation of different researcher teams where you have the opportunity to go out with the researcher and understand their works.

After dinner, you will have another opportunity to see the mysterical night fauna. However you will guest of the forest, as you will stay one night into the forest in one tree house specially designed for this end. Accompanied by the local guide, you will make a trip by boat to this place and you can enjoy making night-lights. When you stay in the tree house, you will be able to hear the night sounds of the forest habitants.

Sixth day: In this morning you will make another visit to a local community. There you have the opportunity to visit the preserved lakes, the brush where the manioc is planted – the main food of the river people. This time you can learn more about the “ribeirinhos”, their life and you can exchange experiences. The return will be around 12:00pm, so bring your sun block.
In the afternoon you will make another trip by canoe or on foot to view the wildlife.
At night you watch a video with further information about the Mamirauá Reserve.

Seventh Day: In the last morning, after de breakfast you will make a trip by canoe or artesin fishing to finalize your programming,
In the afternoon you will go to the Araçazinho Lake or Japura Lake, two of the most beautiful lakes in the Mamirauá Reserve. These lakes are home to howlers (Alouatta seniculus) and squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus and Saimiri vanzolinii), several species of birds like parrots (Amazona sp), toucan (Ramphastus sp), etc.
You can enjoy your last night to talk to the staff, to see another kind of documentary or just pack for the next morning. Your departure will be early, during the beautiful Amazonian sunrise.

Eighth Day:

The departure of Lodge will be at 09:30am. Before leaving, we would be grateful if you could fill in the assessment form. It is very important for us to know your thoughts about the trip; in this way we can always improve our services.
When you return to Tefé, the Sales and Marketing Manager will be waiting for you in Tefé’s port with the driver taxi. They will accompany you until the airport to drop off around 11:30am.

“It is important to mention that the activities described above can be changed because of environmental factors, water level variation and climate conditions.”

Contact me about this package

email and/or phone required

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email:

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