Jaguars Photography Trip

Pantanal is located in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. It is the largest wetland in the world and habitat for a biodiversity of fauna and flora vital to the planet's ecosystem.
Among its inhabitants is the Jaguar, the largest feline in South America and the third largest after the Siberian tiger and the African lion.
During the dry season between the months of June and November and when the rains diminish, the water flow drops considerably, becoming the banks of the rivers, the places most frequented by the main prey of this magnificent and powerful predator and therefore it is during these months when we have more and better opportunities to find and photograph it.
But beyond being the Jaguar our main objective, we will also find another incredible predator like the giant otter, tireless fisherman and always accompanied by a large family since they are extremely social. The variety of birds, reptiles and some fantastic landscapes will complete this trip to one of the best places on the planet for the observation and photography of wild fauna.

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Holiday details

 

Dates:

September 29th to October 8th 2022

Trip leader

Pablo Cersosimo 

Cost

Contact us for quotation

 

Deposit

50%

 

Max Group size

 

Cost includes

Land transportation, local guiding , Boat navigation, accommodation, all meals and beverages.

 

Cost excludes

International and domestic flights, medical insurance, laundry service, telephone calls.

 

Accommodation

Our accommodation will be a comfortable logde and a vessel hotel. Rooms are on a twin basis; single supplements may be possible on request.

 

Level of fitness

This is not a fairly active trip but a good level of fitness is required due to high temperatures even if we will be navigating during all the day.