The Ariau Amazon Towers in Manaus, Brazil offers travelers the opportunity to commune with nature while enjoying luxurious accommodations, and top-notch amenities and facilities.
Located 30 miles from the city of Manaus, Ariau Amazon Towers is situated on the Ariau River, a tributary of the Rio Negro. One of the oldest and largest jungle lodges in the Amazon, Ariau Amazon Towers first opened its doors to the public in 1987. Because of its setting and unique architecture, the hotel has been listed as one of the “50 Unusual Hotels in the World" by Telegraph Online Newspaper. You can reach the hotel via a riverboat that connects the hotel with Manaus twice a day, by a bus shuttle, or by a private helicopter.
What makes the hotel special? The hotel consists of 7 towers, elevated from the rain forest floor connected by 5 miles of catwalks. Accommodations range from standard rooms, suites, and tree houses and Tarzan suites. The hotel features two restaurants, four bars, two swimming pools at treetop level, two treetop amphitheaters, business center, gift shop, health club, and a convenience store. The best thing about staying at Ariau Amazon Towers is that you get to enjoy numerous activities including jungle trekking, piranha fishing, visit to an Amazon village, Amazonian fishing excursion, alligator spotting night guided tour, and motorized canoe tours up the river. You can also opt for a Swimming with the Dolphin Tour, Indian Ritual Tour, Jungle Survival Full Day Tour, and Meeting of the River Tour.
Everyone dreams of experiencing numerous activities in the Amazons, and Ariau Amazon Towers provides you that opportunity. Consult your travel agent for more details, and start planning your trip to the Amazons soon.