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Rio do Cajari, Amazon

Cajari River is a river of Amapá state in Brazil. It is a tributary of the Amazon River. The dominate landscape of the region—90 percent of the total area—is the huge Amazon Rainforest. Unexplored forests occupy 70 percent of its territory. Another attraction is the equator, which divides not only the state but also the Northern and Southern hemispheres. The only way to reach the state's capital and largest city Macapá is by boat or airplane.

Things to See & Do

* Sao Jose fortress museum
* Church of Sao Jose de Macapá
* Casa do Artesão – purchase ceramics and indigenous art
* Marco Zero monument
* Spa Araxa

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Real (R$) (BRL)
Language – Portuguese
Population – 650,000 approx (Amapa State)
Land Area – 142,814 km² (Amapa State)
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style
Time – GMT minus three hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 55

Transport Links – There is an international airport located in Amapa State.
Macapa is also accessible by boat. Boats can take you to Belém, Santarem and Manaus, among other smaller destinations.

There are no through roads.

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