Climate & Topography
At only 6 degrees south of the Equator the climate is typically tropical with little mean yearly temperature changes. The area has two seasons, the rainy summer running from November through March and a dry winter. The prevailing vegetation is overgrown, tropical, slash and burn savannas consisting of dense jungle patches interspersed with open grassy fields.
The property is location primarily along the southern edge of the Amazon Basin and elevations range from 75 to 375 metres above sea level. The general area is one of gently rolling hills and the occasional steep valley and ravine. Most of the old growth jungle on our mineral claims was previously logged for the advancement of ranching, and logging remains a local, viable industry.