The native tour is a package made for people interested in discovering the Amazon forest in an authentic way such as the natives do. On this tour it is possible to have more contact with nature. It is done in four days and three nights, spending the first night at the lodge and the other two nights are spent camping out in the forest and at the house of the local people. The activities of this package are the same ones done as in other packages with great chances of exploring the jungle in an authentic way.
Piranha fishing, spear fishing at night, dolphin watching, watching the sunrise and the sunset, cayman spotting at night, jungle trekking, see the rubber process, overnight in the forest and in small channels (creeks).
Day One: On this tour, there is a visiting to the meeting of the waters, piranha fishing, spear fishing at night, dolphin watching, sunrise and sunset watching, , jungle trekking, cayman spotting in the evening and visiting the local people. In the rainy season from (from April to August), it is possible to do canoeing in the flooded forest and in small channels (creeks).
At 8am the group is transferred from the hotel to the Ceasa port where a speed boat is used to take visitors to the meeting of the waters, the point where the Negro river and the Solimões river meet. From there they are taken to the Careiro Village on the other side of the Solimões river. From there the journey continues by car or by van for about an hour to the Paraná do Mamori River. From there another speed-boat takes the group to the lodge arriving there at about 11;30am.
At 3pm, the activities begin. The group leaves by canoe to do the dolphin watching, bird watching, piranha fishing, and sunset watching about 6:30pm. After dinner cayman spotting it is done by canoe.
Day two: At 5:30am a canoe trip is done to watch the sunrise and to get a close up view of the forest waking up to a new day. At 7am breakfast is served and then at 8am a jungle walk starts and it goes up to 11:30am. During the walk, the guide explains valuable information about the forest. Much is learned about medicinal plants, spiders, trees and there is even a chance of seeing monkeys.
In the afternoon at 3pm, the group leaves the lodge to spend the night in the forest. There they have more opportunity to learn about the forest and jungle Survival.
Day Three: In the morning after breakfast, canoeing is done in the flooded forest. Here there are more chances of learning about the flora and fauna. The group then leaves the camp site to go to a house of one of the natives to spend the night there.
Day Four: at 6:30am the group returns to the lodge for breakfast and then from 8am to 11:30am they will visit the house of a local family to watch the process of rubber making. They will also have chance to buy handicraft made from natural rubber. At 1:30pm they leave for Manaus getting there at about 4:30pm.