Spotting jaguars can be very challenging. Due to our experience we developed a keen eye still it is easy to overlook one.
To optimise changes on jaguars we spot jaguars from a boat. From the water you have a clear view on the riverbanks to watch for movement or a spotted pattern.
During the dry-season jaguars tend to come down to the beaches to hunt, look for mate and roam their territory. Jaguars are ambush preditors and often found in the cover of grass, trees or in the shade to regulate body temperature.
How many jaguars can you spot?