Holidays in Brazil: Amazon Rainforest Waterfall

by Fiona
(Chicago. IL, USA)

Amazon Rainforest Map - © WWF

Amazon Rainforest Map - © WWF

Gliding in the red cart going towards the waterfall.

The wind blowing in our faces. We reach the water fall an slow down still gliding over it. The mist showers us with a cool breeze.

When we get out of the cart, in the rainforest, we travel up to a restaurant that looks as if out of a Brazilian tourist attraction article.
It had a hammock and simply blended in with the rainforest.

I will never forget when I went there because I was to scared to go on the zip line at first.


Amazon rainforest covers more than half of Brazil and it's the world's largest tropical rainforest.

It spans through an area of 2,5 million square miles, embracing nine South American countries: Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and the Guianas: Guyana, French Guiana and Suriname, or about two thirds of South America continent.

World's largest remaining natural resource, it represents 54% of the total rainforests left on Earth.

If you'd like to learn more about this fantastic source of life in the Planet, please review the following pages...

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