Amazon River run across Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. The Amazon I had been is in Manaus, Brazil and I had the greatest time in my life:) First we boarded a Big Boat to the Amazon River and switched to a small boat to get into the Rainforest:)
Then we found a spot to fish piranha! If some of you don’t know, piranha is known for their sharp teeth and a voracious appetite for meat!!
And have you guys ever see a three-toed sloth?? They are the world’s slowest mammal:)
If you look closer, there’s a baby three-toed sloth hanging onto the mother’s body:)))
Amazon river view from a plane:)
The “Meeting of the Waters” on the Amazon River occurs about 8 miles from Manaus, Brazil, when the “white” Solimoes River meets the “black” Rio Negro.
Manaus City is a small town, but still it’s a great place to visit:)