The Pantanal is the largest contiguous wetland on the planet, declared a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO,and is South America’s primary wildlife sanctuary. With a total area of approximately 150,000km² and located in the centre of the continent, the Pantanal is a biogeographic mixing bowl containing elements of the Amazon Forest, the Caatinga, the Brazilian Savannah, the Atlantic Rainforest and the Paraguayan Chaco. This fantastic biodiversity includes: 698 bird species, 80 mammals, 260 fish species and 50 reptiles.
The lodge has been built in sync with its surroundings, yet has not gone without modern comforts to ensure your wildlife adventure is not totally without some luxury. The lodge is built in the regional rustic style with the environment in mind, and has a beautiful deck where you can enjoy fresh fruit for breakfast looking over splendid views. The food is an exciting combination of fresh fish and meats from the Pantanal, along with organic salads and seasonal vegetables.
The lodge has a strong environmental focus, with various eco programmes on the go including water saving initiations and working toward reforesting large areas. The surrounding environment is at the heart of the lodge's functioning; they will educate you on local culture and the means by which they hope to preserve the fantastic wildlife there.