Land Of The Jaguar

Brazil

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Search Brazil for jaguars, the largest predator in the Americas

Itinerary

Start Cuiaba.

To Hotel Baiazinha Lodge on the Paraguay River

Morning and afternoon boat safaris on the Paraguay River searching for jaguar and other wildlife

Transfer to Araras Lodge

Search for Giant anteaters and capybaras

To Cuiaba; end

Additional Information

The Pantanal straddles the borders of Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia and is the world's largest wetland region. Its plains and low scrubby forests are home to over 1000 species of bird and 300 different mammals, including tapirs, anteaters, Jabiru storks and the striking Hyacinth macaw. Concentrating on the incredibly rich northern Pantanal in the southwest of Brazil, we divide our time between two lodges in different areas of the Pantanal, journeying deep into the Pantanal in search of the jaguar, the largest and most elusive feline in the Americas. These solitary predators, as well as being formidable opponents on land, are strong swimmers and are known to frequent the waterways we will explore.

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$5,449/person

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Details

Duration

9 Days

Starts

Brazil

Group Size

4-16

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