Opened in 2014, Mirante do Gavião Amazon Lodge is in the borders of the Negro River, in front of the Anavilhanas National Park – the second largest fluvial archipelago in the world, inside of one of the most preserved regions in the planet with abundant biodiversity. Mirante brings seven jungle bungalows designed with local authorized amazon wood, decorated with natural materials and marquetry furniture – most of the pieces created by the Almerinda Malaquias Foundation craftsman, an NGO supported and maintained by the hotel. In the lower part of the property, you find the nice pool and the Camu Camu Restaurant, with an la carte menu created by the chef Debora Shornik, who also leads the awarded Caxiri Restaurant in Manaus. Mirante’s wooden pier also works as a depart or arrival point of the Katerre Expeditions – an ecotourism company that proposes a genuine experience with the forest and its communities, in 4, 5, 7 or 8 itineraries sailing the Negro River up.