Though the Amazon has the famous name, it’s the Pantanal that offers up the best wildlife spotting opportunities thanks in part to its less dense foliage and vast wetlands. Lush open marshlands provide a rich and fertile home for jaguars, jabiru storks and anacondas while the brilliant green of the trees is dotted with splashes of color from toucans, parrots and macaws.
The Pantanal’s open spaces lend themselves to horseback riding, 4WD excursions, and hiking through grassland savannahs, or canoeing along its many waterways, fishing for piranha or spotting jaguar lazily stretched out in the sun.
Araras Eco Lodge
Built in harmony with the environment without renouncing comfort, the Araras Eco Lodge is set in the preserved surroundings of the northern Pantanal - a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home of the hyacinth macaw.
Caiman Ecological Refuge
Caiman Ecological Refuge is a 53,000-hectare ranch located in the heart of the southern Pantanal region of Brazil, one of the world’s most important wetlands, hosting one of the greatest concentrations of wildlife in the Americas.
Wild Brazil: Amazon & Pantanal Adventure
Iguazu, Amazon, Pantanal, Rio de Janeiro
Discover Brazil’s most wildlife-rich destinations on this epic safari-style adventure, observing playful monkeys, brightly colored macaws and even a glimpse of the elusive jaguar. Perfect for nature and animal lovers of all ages, you’ll explore some of the world's most biodiverse areas, including the Amazon Rainforest and the Pantanal and marvel...