Boca de Valeria is a small, remote village located on the banks of the Amazon River in Brazil. The village is only accessible by boat and has no roads or cars. Visitors can immerse themselves in the local culture by interacting with the friendly indigenous people who welcome them with open arms. Highlights of the visit include the opportunity to see exotic wildlife, such as monkeys and pink river dolphins, and to experience traditional dances and music. Don’t miss the chance to sample the delicious local cuisine, which features fresh fish and fruits straight from the Amazon rainforest.