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The Pantanal and Amazon

Welcome to Brazil’s two most impressive natural wonders – the Pantanal and the Amazon! These two regions are home to some of the most biodiverse and breathtakingly beautiful landscapes on the planet. Whilst the Pantanal is the world’s largest tropical wetland, a vast expanse of pristine rivers, marshes, and grasslands teeming with wildlife, the Amazon is our most expansive rainforest, covering an area of over six million square kilometres and home to countless plant and animal species found nowhere else on earth. Together, these two regions offer an unparalleled opportunity to experience some of the most remote and stunning corners of Latin America, and to immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of this fascinating country.

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Experiences in The Pantanal and Amazon

The Pantanal is a fascinating region, with wildlife watching top of the to do list – you are likely to spot jaguars, giant otters, caimans, and an array of bird species by joining jeep expeditions, river cruises, or horseback tours. Fishing here is also popular due to a variety of species, including piranhas and catfish inhabiting the waters. Visits to nearby farms and communities, enjoyment of regional cuisine, and participation in local activities like cattle herding are additional ways to gain knowledge of the rich local culture. Finally, the distinct ecosystems provide amazing opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, and even canoeing. Whatever your interests, the Pantanal will undoubtedly offer you a unique and memorable experience.

The Brazilian Amazon is a vast and unique region that offers visitors a diverse variety of activities and experiences. Exploring the rainforest by foot or guided boat down the Amazon River, is one of the most popular activities. Birdwatchers will be richly rewarded with an array of exotic species like colourful macaws and toucans, whilst those visitors keen to learn more about local culture can explore indigenous villages where the way of life hasn’t changed for many years. Kayaking, fishing, and zip-lining are also possible for those seeking adventure in this unforgettable, pristine environment.

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