- Hundreds of Red-and-green macaws
- Incredibly rich bird life with i.a. hyacinth and blue-yellow macaws and toucans
- Several night safaris to look for nocturnal animals
- Snorkling in the crystal clear river, Rio da Prata.
Pantanal is one of the World’s most biodiverse areas. It is often called the World’s largest wetland, spreading across hundreds of thousands of square kilometers in Brazil, eastern Bolivia and eastern Paraguay. Thanks to the high concentration of wildlife, high biodiversity and a number of varied habitats, Pantanal is really one of the natural wonders of the World.
This extension tour gives you an opportunity to experience the best of the southern parts of the Pantanal. Here we will be given great opportunities to photograph giant anteaters, Tamandua, caimans and lots of birds with large flocks of Red-and-green macaws as the main attraction. At one of the lodges we also have really good opportunities to photograph the shy cat ozelot.
THE ANIMALS AND BIRDS
In the Pantanal, wildlife is constantly present and here 405 fish species share the space with 600 bird species, 80 mammal species, 1100 butterfly species and 50 reptile species. Endangered and repressed animals such as jaguars, cougars, giant otters, wolves, ozelots, macaws, tapirs and giant anteaters, have found refuge in the difficult-to-force wetlands. On this extension tour, we focus on experiencing and photographing giant anteater, tamandua, capuchin monkeys and Red-and-green macaws and with a good portion of luck ocelot.