Amapá

Amapá, Brazil
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by César Favacho
/ CC BY-SA 4.0
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Attractions

Hotels

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Tours & Activities

Climate & Best time to visit Amapá

Climate in North Region:

Number of rainy days:

J Jan
F Feb
M Mar
A Apr
M May
J Jun
J Jul
A Aug
S Sep
O Oct
N Nov
D Dec
19
18
19
18
16
11
7
7
6
8
11
15

Best time to visit Amapá:

Dry Season (June to December): This period, especially from July to November, is considered the best time to visit the Amazon. Rainfall decreases, water levels drop, and it's easier to explore the rainforest, take river tours, and spot wildlife. The weather is generally sunny, making it ideal for outdoor activities.

Wet Season (January to May): Although it's the wettest time, some travelers prefer this period for the lush landscapes, swollen rivers, and increased wildlife activity. However, some areas might be inaccessible due to flooding, and there might be more mosquitoes.

Festivals and Events: If you're interested in local festivals like the Boi Bumbá in Parintins (June) or religious events in Belém like the Cirio de Nazare (October), consider planning your visit around these times.

Money & Prices

Currency in Brazil:

Brazilian real (BRL)

How expensive is a trip to Amapá?

Eating out:
Simple meal:
5.58 USD
Fast food meal:
7.05 USD
Mid-range meal:
14.37 USD
Bottle of water:
0.49 USD
Soft drink:
1.17 USD
Cappuccino:
2.09 USD
Local Beer:
2.00 USD
Transportation:
Public transport - one way ticket:
1.01 USD
Taxi - 1km:
1.00 USD
Accommodation:
Refer to the Hotels section for the most up-to-date accommodation prices.
* Prices are approximate. Make sure to check the latest exchange rates when planning your trip.

General information

Brazil general information:

Electricity:
Voltage: 127 V / 220 V, Frequency: 60 Hz
Sockets:
  • Type C (European 2-pin)

Visa & Travel Requirements

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