Olinda is a remarkable city in the Brazilian State of Pernambuco, situated on the nation's northeastern Atlantic Sea coast.
It has a population of over 397,268 people, and it is one of the best-protected urban areas in Brazil. Tourism, business, transportation industry and art craft are the primary economic activities in Olinda.
Where tourists have a blast each Jamboree when a large number of individuals are in the old noteworthy city.
For example, it has a notable downtown territory, which is a World Heritage Site. It also has many holy places and the world-famous Jubilee Carnival. There is a typical road party, similar to conventional Jubilee in Portugal except a few African dance moves. However, admission to the Olinda Brasil Festival is free unlike those in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador.
hot and humid, with an average temperature of 31,4 C. The flow of goods and people depends on the network of rivers, which makes the city unique in the world, being at the same time large, modern and vulnerable to environmental and climate changes. The water level of Rio Negro has been a strong regulator of city’s economic and social dynamics, since its foundation. This playground in the Amazon provides an endless array of activities along their rivers and throughout their forests.
in the late 19th and beginning of 20th century due to the rubber boom (based on rubber production and shipment for decades). The architecture of the city is a combination of European taste and wrought iron structures with Brazilian hardwoods. The best example of this can be found at Teatro Amazonas / Amazonas Opera House, Rio Negro Palace (formerly the Government Palace), the Customs Building, the Public Market and the city’s floating dock.
Manaus became a natural gateway to the Amazon.You can also visit an Eco Park Lodge in the Amazon to get a true taste of life in Manaus. The lodge is situated one hour from Manaus in a beautiful lagoon amidst undulating and lush rainforest with natural springs and a private island that is the home to a large preserve of free ranging primates indigenous to the Amazon. Discover Manaus during your short time here. Its mix of eco-systems, waterways, cultures, and resources will surprise you. You’ll never forget the time you spent in the symbolic center of the Amazon.
To reach the Amazon Forest, either cruising the Amazon rivers (in regional boats or in a luxury cruise-ship) or staying at the typical lodges inside the forest. Life in this area is dictated by the high or low waters - high waters are from late May to November and low from December to May.