Affectionately called the “Venice of the Amazonas”, the city has its streets flooded by the drought and flood of the Solimões River during the middle of the year, but its population coexists quietly with this particularity, which makes Anamã even more attractive with colorful canoes circulating through the canals that form.
It also stands out for the peculiar architecture of the wooden houses, built by local specialized carpenters.
The city has a rich biodiversity, which can be seen in the walks made to the riverside and indigenous communities.
HOW TO GET THERE
By river: departing from Manaus by regional boat or express snack; integrated access (land + river) via Manacapuru.