The Southern Pantanal is a large nature reserve with 140,000 square kilometers in the province of Mato Grosso do Sul, largely formed by rivers and swamps that at certain times of the year cover almost the entire territory.
Rich in wildlife, the region hosts 650 species of birds, 240 species of fish, 50 species of reptiles and 80 mammals. It is the ideal place to learn the style of eco-tourism of one of the wildest and most preserved areas of Brazil.
The deer, anteaters and jaguars , the latter already declared an endangered species, are some examples of animals that live in the Southern Pantanal. The natives use horses as means of transportation, but the rides are also an attraction for visitors, besides barges and jeeps to the most inaccessible regions. Every evening hundreds of birds fly against the horizon looking for the best trees to spend the night.
Along the Amazon rainforest, the Northern Pantanal is one of the last unspoiled regions of the world, in the province of Mato Grosso. An extensive plain, completely covered by lush vegetation, colorful, blooming in the rainy season from December to March, nesting between rivers and clear lakes. In the lagoons rare species of animals proliferate among which the jaguar, wild cat, otter, birds and animals that live in total freedom and peace, protected by laws developed for national parks.
There is no such an enjoyable experience than a wild safari with the privilege of photographing the silhouette of dozens of animals in contrast to the lush green tones of the landscape.
In this unique and natural environement, visitors can find comfortable accommodation options, combined with the warmth and hospitality characteristic of the region and of its inhabitants.
In the Northern Pantanal, the visitor can enjoy a surface of 125,000 km2 of pure nature pulsating with life.