The North Pantanal is located in south of the state of Mato Grosso, which belongs to the central-western region of the country and is approximately 04 hours from the city of Cuiabá, the state capital.

This biome is marked by an immense alluvial plain, which covers much of the west of the country and also part of bordering countries, such as Paraguay and Bolivia. During the year its extensive flat surface is completely flooded and therefore is considered the largest wetland in the world. It is also considered one of the richest ecosystems in biodiversity of existing flora and fauna, which allows to live a great adventure and experience in contact with diverse species of animals and plants of this beautiful region. North Pantanal is home to over 650 species of birds, 260 species of fish and 100 species of mammals. The diversity of animals is incredible. Some of the animals that inhabit the region are blue macaws, tuiuiús (symbol bird of the Pantanal), toucans, capybaras, deers, lizards and alligators. The vegetation of the region is very diversified, covering plants of the different biomes of Brazil, such as the Amazon Forest.


  • Airport (CGB) - North Pantanal

    Estimated Transfer Time - 04 Hours
  • Important

    It is important to bring money in Brazilian currency (Real), preferably in smaller amounts since the availability of ATMs and banking agencies may be reduced and not all establishments accept payments with credit cards
  • Importante

    It is recommended to bring your remedies for personal use as they may not be easily obtainable at the destination
  • Important

    This destination requires average physical activity. Passengers should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk on uneven terrains


  • Recommended

    It is recommended to carry little luggage, light clothing, light and comfortable shoes, raincoat, light coat, insect repellent and sunscreen
  • Climate

    North Pantanal has a tropical climate, 33ºC average temperature in the summer and 16ºC in the winter, 24ºC annual. The period with the highest incidence of rainfall is from October to March and the lowest is from April to September. From November to March, it is a time of fullness, when the waters carry daily shows. From April to June, the waters begin to fall and large lagoons are forming and hundreds of species of birds offer ideal moments for birdwatching. From July to October, a period of drought proper, the climate and vegetation create perfect conditions for the observation of animals.