Belem, Brazil Cruise Port

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About Belem, Brazil

Belem, the economic center of the region and capital of the mineral rich state of Para, is the largest port on the Amazon River. See trade in action at the Ver O Peso market as fish, fruits, and vegetables, plants, animals sit on the racks alongside medicinal herbs and dead snakes!

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We took a ship excursion... the jungle walk and river cruise. It was okay. Way too many people even though they tried to split us in to groups for the walk. They said it was prim forest but it wasn’t. The river was wider than I would have liked. You really didn’t get a sense of jungle. However it was good too. We did enjoy the walk, saw lots of plants. Not much wildlife. It was long drive to get there and back. Balem is an ugly city, that what we saw anyway. Black vultures the main bird feeding on the garbage in the streets. I would not have felt safe going off on our own

Visited: Nov 18, 2017

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