Welcome to Coari, a beautiful municipality located in the heart of the Amazon region in Brazil. Known for its vast reserves of oil and natural gas, Coari is a bustling city that offers visitors a unique blend of modern amenities and natural wonders. Here’s everything you need to know before planning your trip to Coari.

Coari is one of the largest cities in the Amazonas state and is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Coari. The city is served by Coari Airport, which is located just 6 km from downtown Coari. For those working for Petrobras, Porto Urucu Airport located in the district of Porto Urucu, 470 km away, is the preferred airport.

Coari is located in the Juruá-Purus moist forests ecoregion and is home to several protected areas. The Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve is a must-visit for nature lovers, while the Piagaçu-Purus Sustainable Development Reserve and Catuá-Ipixuna Extractive Reserve are also worth exploring.

Coari has a tropical rainforest climate, with high temperatures and humidity throughout the year. The wet season lasts from December to May, while the dry season runs from June to November.

Whether you’re interested in exploring the natural wonders of the Amazon or learning more about Brazil’s oil and gas industry, Coari has something for everyone. Book your trip today and discover the magic of this unique Brazilian city!

[1] IBGE

External links:
Coari website

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