A wildlife watcher’s paradise, the Pantanal of Mato Grosso is an area about the size of England of nearly untouched wilderness and natural life.
During the rainy season (from November to April) the rivers burst their banks, and a significant part of the area is covered by water. Within this vast green sea, only a few islands remain where you find the isolated Fazendas and Pousadas. Once the rains cease, the waters subside and the land starts to reappear. Wildlife gathers around pools. Here, our guides will take you to capture views of birds and animals. The powerful anaconda and dangerous caymans inhabit these rivers and lakes, and the elusive jaguar can even occasionally be seen.