Within Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest Tree-tops lies a hotel unlike any other. The Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel is the largest resort built at tree-top level literally atop the grand Amazon River giving you a truly memorable experience. Eight wooden towers which hold a total of 268 tree-top rooms, make up Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel which is about 10-20 meters above the jungle floor and goes on for over a stretch of over five miles. All rooms have everything you will need for your stay above the rainforest including air conditioning, large beds, a mini-bar, a private bathroom, a balcony, and other amenities. The hotel also has on the premises: 2 observation towers that are 134 ft. tall, an auditorium for up to 500 people, two amphitheaters, a gift shop, 2 swimming pools, 2 restaurants, four bars, convenience stores, and much more.
There are a number of activities to participate in while on your Amazon venture. Explore the Jungle with Ariau Amazon Towers Amazon tours that take you through the forest to spot amazing wildlife such as wild macaws, monkeys, alligators, sloths, exotic butterflies, iguanas, dolphins, manatees, crocodiles, and much more. Cool off from your jungle tour and take advantage of swimming with and feeding the fresh water, pink dolphins that inhabit the Rio Negro and the Amazon River. Fishing for piranhas is yet another one-of-a-kind experience available at Ariau Amazon Towers. Tired of walking to explore the splendor of the Amazon? Take a helicopter ride so you can tour the regions of Anavilhanas and Manaus from high above; allowing you a unique bird-eye perspective of the Amazon Rainforest without having to break a sweat.
Ariau Amazon Towers has had its fair share of A-List celebrity visitors among their guests as well, including: Susan Sarandon, Roman Polanski, Bill Gates, Charlton Heston, and many more. Travel Channel has even deemed Ariau Amazon Towers as one of the “1000 places to see before you die”. It has also been the location for filming things such as the movie “Anaconda” and the TV reality show “Survivor: The Amazon”. This is one place you definitely need to experience at least once in this lifetime for it is truly unmatched by any others.
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