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Porto Trombetas can be found 1,150 mile northwest of the country's capital, Brasilia.
If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Oriximina 50 miles to the southeast and Juruti 60 miles to the southeast.
Are you looking for something that's fun and is actually good for you? Perhaps you might like to try mountain biking. Or try mountain climbing if that's more your speed.
It's impossible to be stressed after spending some time picnicking. Beach combing is another pleasant way to wash away your troubles in the region.
Discover the dynamic culture of the region by getting involved in some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours.
If you can't get enough of the water, take the plunge! Swimming is popular with locals and tourists, as is snorkeling.
For a glimpse of the culture of Para, go straight to the region's history museums.
The region's ruins and traditional villages are well worth your time. They're sure to be of interest to all visitors, not just history enthusiasts.
To truly understand the soul of Para, you need to acquaint yourself with its distinctive spices and tastes.
Absorb the colorful culinary culture and try some fresh water fish and beef. These two ingredients are to be found almost everywhere in the region.
Eat like the local residents do by trying vatapa (shrimp with peanut sauce) and churrasco (barbecue).
After the main course is done and dusted, indulge in some mouthwatering beijinho de coco (coconut balls).
If beer is what you're looking for, head down to the closest watering hole and ask the bartender to pull you a local favorite. If they know their stuff, you'll be served up a pint of Antartica.
If you're not in the mood for alcohol, why not have a coconut juice?
For a drink on the stiff side, scan the menu for batida and make a toast to your friendly hosts.
Sit back and unwind with a glass of Don Laurindo or Villa Francioni from the local vineyards.
You've had a ball, met new friends and no doubt given your camera a good workout. When the time comes to spend your last reals and say "Adeus" to Para, chances are you'll already be planning a return trip!
Once you're packed and ready to catch your flight, keep in mind that the nearest airport is approximately 8 miles to the southeast.