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- The Pantanal
We photograph the Pantanal’s fantastic variety of wildlife while exploring the Transpantaneira road by safari truck and Exploring a vast labyrinth of rivers in small boats. Here, YOUR cameras capture an array of striking birds, including the Jabiru, the world’s largest stork and iconic symbol of the Pantanal. Families of capybaras are often seen grazing right alongside the caiman. Noisy groups of playful giant otters patrol these same rivers and we stand for good opportunities to photograph them at close range.
Jaguar Kingdom-Photo Safari; we will take deeper in to the Pantanal, at the end of the Transpantaneira road to the area with the highest concentration of Jaguars in the World. The Majority of the days will be devotet to the Boat trips along the Rivers, in order to maximize our chances of seeing and Photographing Jaguars, as this region affers the best chance to find this Rare Animal.From July to December, when the water level in the rivers are low, jaguars like to rest on beaches and may be added to our Pantanal’s photographic portfolio!They monitor these rivers and wait for the perfect ambush along the sandy banks. Being outstanding swimmers, they often cool down with a refreshing dip as the day heats up.
The greatest spectacle of all is provided by the amazing variety of water birds concentrated on these wetlands, including five species of kingfishers, huge numbers of egrets, herons, ibis and wood storks, as well as spoonbills and jabiru storks. As well as many other birds such as parrots, parakeets, macaws and so many more. Elusive jaguars and a realm of other charismatic wildlife provide undreamed of photographic opportunities.
Our Photographic Tours are guided by local and professional guides who will endevour to help you get the perfect shot, ensuring that you return with an outstanding portifolio of images.
Recommended Itinerary: 6 nights/ 7 Days
We are very happy to design a tailor-made tour suited to your specific preferences. For example, you may want a longer or shorter trip, or to concentrate on a particular group of animals. If you have any special requirements or questions you’d like to ask, please do not hesitate to contact us.
What to Bring
Long sleeved shirts/t-shirts, sunhat and long trousers are advised for protection against bugs and the sun. Lightweight, convertible trousers that zip off into shorts are a great option. These can be worn as shorts during the heat of the day and back to full length trousers when the bugs are at their worst in the evening. Most people prefer to wear a fresh outfit each day as the climate is hot and can be quite sticky. Clothes dry quickly in the Pantanal so washing is a practical option. Make sure to bring plenty of high factor sunscreen and insect repellent. Bring any personal toiletries you need as they are unlikely to be available, especially in the more remote areas.
Mato Grosso- Poconé
+55 (65) 99931-9566