The greatest biodiversity on Earth
The Amazon is home to the greatest biodiversity on the planet earth, its rivers and forests are home to around 2,000 species of birds, 2,000 species of fish and over 300 species of mammals.
Besides the largest river archipelago in the world, the Amazon is the largest river in extent and volume of water, and the largest reserve of fresh water on the planet. So much water has shaped over the centuries different plants and animals.
Tradition and culture of their people
Its people are as old and traditional as the oldest terrestrial civilizations, with artifacts dating back to six thousand BC Some of these traditional customs still remain the same.
It is one of the last frontiers unexplored by modern man, with locations where the flow of people is very low. Here nature still dictates the rules and commands the beautiful spectacle.
Natural Heritage of Humanity
Numerous places in the Amazon have been elected by UNESCO as "World Natural Heritage" as the Jau National Park and Archipelago Anavilhanas which corresponds to an area of 350 hectares.