The world's largest wetland, wild life and crystalline waters!
Itinerary: Day 1-2-3 The Pantanal; Day 4-5 Bonito; Day 6 Departure Day.
||$ 1170 USD
for 1 person
| The prices above don’t apply during Brazilian public holidays nor Carnival season.
Day 1 Arrival Day in Campo Grande / The Pantanal wetlands
Arrive in Campo Grande ideally before 10am. From there you get transferred (5h) by bus or mini-van to a place called Buraco das Piranhas, where you will be met and taken on a safari journey to the lodge-fazenda where you will be spending the next days.s.
Day 2-3 The Pantanal wetlands
The Pantanal is the world's largest wetland. It lies mostly within the Brazilian territory but extends into portions of Bolivia and Paraguay, sprawling over an area estimated at between 150,000km2 to 180,000 km2. The Pantanal has an incredibly rich ecosystem and is home to a variety of bird species, fish, mammals, reptiles, invertebrates and countless species of fauna. Parts of the Pantanal are home to some endangered or threatened species such as the Blue Macaw, the Crowned Solitary Eagle, the Jaguar, the Manned Wolf, the South American Tapir and the Giant Anteater. Among the rarest animals to inhabit the area are the Marsh Deer and the Giant River Otter. Approximately 99% of the land in the Pantanal is privately owned for the purpose of agriculture and ranching. You stay in a lodge-fazenda to better experience this environment and do a variety of activities such as photographic safaris, nature walks, nocturnal wildlife spotting, boat trip, piranha fishing and more. All meals are provided while staying in the lodge.
Day 4-5 Bonito
You get transferred to Buraco das Piranhas after lunch and a local bus or mini-van takes you to a Bonito place! Bonito, located in the Serra da Bodoquenha, is famous for its crystal clear waters and its large variety of fish, exuberant sub aquatic vegetation and wildlife. You have an included snorkelling trip to the Sucuri River and the afternoon is all yours. You may want to enjoy Balneario do Sol, a very beautiful bathing place surrounded by nature, go tubing down the river or simply wander around the main street of Bonito for some good shopping.
Day 6 Departure Day
A local bus takes you back to Campo Grande (6h). You can also request transportation to Dourados - route to Iguassu Falls (5h), or to Miranda (2h) - route to Corumba/Bolivia.
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The itinerary presented is a guideline. Things may change with little or no notice due to local circumstances such as weather conditions, difficult access and other unpredictable or unforeseeable circumstances, events or any factor that might put the safety or well-being of our clients at risk.
4 DAY INDEPENDENT TOUR: Pantanal Experience
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