Manaus is the capital of the Brazilian State of the Amazonas, and it is the most important center for scientific studies in the Amazon region. It is located at the East Center of the state and has the largest metropolitan area in the north part of Brazil that attracts many nomads wishing to stay in a coliving space here.
As if taking a trip to the world's famous Amazon jungle wasn't enough to satisfy your soul's need for beauty, Manaus has so much more to offer for nomads and tourists. With history and beauty oozing from the architecture, exploring and discovering The Colonial Remains, The Opera House and Rio Negro Palace is a must. Ponta Negra Beach, a famous beach and neighborhood, is also a popular spot to visit. The botanical garden is a must-see when visiting Manaus.
All of the main attractions are easy to get to by taxi or bus. Another way to get around here in Manaus is by boat. The Amazon is easily accessible by taking a boat from Manaus for a life-changing unique experience, obviously not to be missed. You can easily arrange your trip to the Amazon here through plenty of agencies or your hotel. Before you leave, arrange a night at a jungle hotel, with most of them only accessible by boat. The only thing separating you from nature will be a mosquito net.
Manaus is home to unique local foods, just like the rest of Brazil, and there is something new to try for all curious nomads and food lovers. When you are ready to try something truly local, don't forget the Tacaca Soup, also known as the Amazon soup, Tucupi Sauce, a yellow sauce extracted from wild manioc root in the Amazon. There are also many different types of fruit you could try like cupuacu fruit, and buriti fruit, which are fruits uniquely from Brazil.
Manaus is a very affordable spot for nomads choosing to make it their new coliving spot. It is a friendly city with a generous number of places to work from, making it easy for coworking and connecting with other remote workers.
Fun facts about Manaus:
- The name Mananós means Mother of the Gods
- It is the largest city in the Brazilian state of Amazonas
- Manaus was known as the Heart of the Amazon and City of the Forest