But now and to add my wife in some adventures, who does not like fishing, I am planning a trekking in the same region I used to go fishing.
It is in Barcelos, Amazonas, and the idea is to climb to the highest waterfall in Brazil called "Cachoeira do El Dorado" in the Serra do Araca.
The trip starts in Barcelos and takes about 2 days by aluminium boats to reach the spot where the trekking begins. I think 5 or 6 days are needed to climb and get the waterfall and come back to the boat. So it is a trip of 9 or 10 days. The idea is that each one brings their own gear, food, cleaning water, tents, rucksacks and so far. Only for the trekking.
I am not sure when we will do that, but probably August 2014. There are 2 main seasons in that region: wet and dry. August is kind of a limit between them for that trip in order to go further by boat, before the level of the waters start to be lower.
I would like to gather a group of 6 people for that expedition, preferentially couples (man and woman), I do not want my wife as the only girl in the trip.