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Whether it's a package quote request or a simple question, your message is very important to us. The small village of Parintins lies on Tupinambarana Island, which is part of a large river archipelago in the mid-Amazon, miles east of Manaus. Now home to approximately , residents the town was first settled years ago by slaves running from slaveholders and slave traders.
Their mingling with the local Amazonian Indians has brought a vital native heritage to the city. It is the site of the annual Bois Bumbas festival that takes place June of every year. The festival is a competition between two teams, the Garantido and the Caprichoso. Elaborate floats are constructed, intricate dances are choreographed and boisterous song provides the background for the elaborate displays. The captivating story of two disputing families will unfold before you — a dispute that resulted in a competition of two man-made bulls, one black and one white.
Each family also presents a repentista, a singer who will challenge his counterpart to sing a better song or recite a better poem. With colorful costumes and samba sounds, this is truly a feast for the eyes and ears. The purpose of the competition is to tell the story of the legend by combining the local folklore and culture with modern national rhythms and themes. The competition takes place in a large spherical outdoor arena called the Bumbodromo.
It can hold up to 35, spectators as well as press and television cameras. This festival has become a very popular show to watch on TV all over Brazil. What was one a small friendly competition between neighbors has grown by incredible proportions. Visitors from all over Brazil now flock to this small Amazonian city.
The flight from Manaus takes less than an hour. Those who prefer a boat ride on the Amazon River must be ready for a 20 to 30h trip. Most boats have hammocks where the passengers can sleep.