Brazil is the largest country in Latin America and its biodiversity is second to none. This luxury trip covers Brazil’s eco-systems in search of South America’s most emblematic species.
Covering the northern and southern Amazon, the cerrado savannah, the eco-tourism hotspot of Bonito and the northern and southern Pantanal, this luxury three-week journey into wild Brazil covers radically different habitats and an astounding variety of unique flora and fauna. Beginning with the jungles of Manaus, you will have the opportunity to explore the region of the Anavilhanas river archipelago from your luxury lodge. At Caiman Lodge in the southern Pantanal, your specialist jaguar-spotting programme will bring you as close as possible to these majestic big cats in their natural habitat as you shadow the conservation team’s valiant efforts to increase the resident populations. In Bonito snorkel in crystal-clear rivers and observe sinkholes full of feeding macaws before travelling to the northern Pantanal for two further days of wildlife activities. Visit the remote forests of the southern Amazon from the charming Cristalino Lodge before finishing your tour searching for maned wolves in the dusty savannahs of the cerrado.