The Brazilian Pantanal is the largest continuous wetland on the planet, growing to be about half the size of France during the rainy season. This land is packed to the brim with life and boasts so much to see that most trips only find time to cover the north or the south pantanal. However, JOURNEYS has found a way to incorporate the entire wetland into a manageable 10-day excursion. "Complete Pantanal" is a carefully designed trip which provides a truly unique and rare experience for those who travel to Brazil. Easy to add on Igazu Falls.
The pantanal was declared a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2000 and is considered one of the top places in the world to see wildlife. See hundreds of looming black caimans, slithering yellow anacondas, plentiful capybaras, colorful hyacinth macaws, and if you're lucky, an elusive jaguar. Explore this dense area by jeep, canoe, horseback, or motorboat.
JOURNEYS South America Destination Specialist Lené Minder will join the May 2014 departure if the group size is 8 or more.
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