Pantanal Wetlands & Savannas 8 nights
Located on Brazil's border with Bolivia, the Pantanal is an ever-changing celebration of life. Its total size, around 150 000 square kilomotres, makes it the largest wetland in the world. Habitats range from semi-deciduous and evergreen tropical forests to palm woodlands, floodable grasslands and true pantanal. An enormous number of lakes and rivers dot and cross the region, constantly cleaning and renewing the wetlands.All this in combination with the cliffs and strange rock formations of the Cerrado in Chapada dos Guimarães & Nobres present a distinctly different habitat on your tour.
On this tour we head out to Chapada National Park, at the division of the Amazon and Paraguay River basins on the western edge of the Central Plateau. We cover a wide range of habitats, from savannas and dry woodland to endless grasslands in the Brazilian Cerrado, home to all assortment of parrots and hummingbirds, in search of endemic birds , the rare Maned Wolf and other savanna's specials.This is our most popular tour destination, and we have several offerings each year. If you have to choose just one place to tour in Brazil, this may well be it.