Hotel & Resort AirportsThroughout February and March sturdy Atlantic Ocean tides generate waves, or ‘bores’, (from the Old Norse, b├íra, that means a wave or swell.) as much as 12 feet high; the wave can last for over half an hour. These incoming bores enter the vast funnel-shaped mouth of the Rio Araguari at 10-15 miles per hour, plunge into the narrow riverbed, and create thunderous noise. As the riverbed narrows, the bores acquire velocity and sweep up every little thing in the path: anacondas, spiders, Jaguars, houses, crops, and other people. Nothing escapes The Parococa.

Jim Corbett national park – the Jim …