The Amazon rainforest in Brazil has a wide variation of species. Many would say it’s a God-given territory which does make going back to nature’s beauty and essence is not a problem!
Exploring the richness of the Amazon in Brazil will include a lot of destinations. If you want to see the largest city of the jungle, then head to the city of Manaus. You’ll surely have a great time spending the entire tour seeing the Amazon River and its various tributaries – where the rainforest is named after.
Manaus is said to be the home to 1.7 million human beings. The marvelous Iguaçu Falls (Foz du Iguaçu) on the other side of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay territories takes a huge part of tourism. A lot of tourists spend big amount of money and time to enjoy their exploration to the national park.
Another pride of the Amazon in Brazil is the Chapada Diamantina. This national park features a lot wonders that will make visitors fall in love with it. Every unending waterfall paves the way for divers, hikers and cavers to be astonished by the underwater caves forming from the crystal holes. It’s like living in the lost world of perfectness. On the other corner, the Cachoeira da Fumaça (Smoke Falls) will let you experience the prominence of the extremely high falling waters to the ground. There are a lot of accessible sights of your choice whether you go hike, bike or car. If you tend to go in field and seek for wildlife sceneries, recommended guides by the locals will find ways to let you go to your destination desires. Caving as an exciting part of the trip may not be enjoyed by some. Though, proper set of equipment is provided to tourists for them to still see the Brazilian sun at the end of every road trip along the rainforest.
Economy vis-à-vis Conservation
In connection to the rich biodiversity of Amazon Brazil, facts show that it has the topmost producers and exporters of soybeans after the United States. Hence, this is a positive side economically in terms of commercial and innovative agriculture. However, in the context of conservation of natural resources, this contributes to deforestation and degradation of forest areas, turning all of those cleared and burned lands to empty and lifeless lands for agricultural purposes.
In spite of having obstacles in preserving the natural resources and biodiversity within the Brazilian Amazon; local and indigenous peoples still put the priority of restoration of the destroyed areas through constant implementation of law against illegal actions of humans toward the rainforest. Indeed, the ones responsible for reforestation are the ones who began the destruction and that’s us, human beings.