• Continental breakfast included; • bed and bath linen hire; • Collective Kitchen; • Internet broadband; • Library, • Cable TV; • Incoming Travel Agency, • Bilingual guides.
The State of Pará, with 1,248,042 km2 represents 16.66% of Brazilian territory and 26% of the Amazon. Crossed by the line of Ecuador at the northern end, is divided into 143 municipalities, where live about 6 million people. This state already has an infrastructure capable of supporting productive projects to promote self-development.
The State of Pará, and offers many strong attractions, (49% of the natural attractions of the entire Amazon, according to the OAS - Organization of American States) for tourism, an activity that has grown with the discovery of the Amazonas Portal.