Go wild in Brazil
If you are looking for a trip with a difference why not take your pick from Brazil’s amazing national parks and jaw-dropping scenery. The parks are awash with exotic wildlife and stunning beauty. Even better is the warmth of the locals who are passionate and friendly people.
Discover The Pantanal
Did you know that The Pantanal is the largest tropical wetland in the world? It covers an awesome 200,000 square metres. Home to over 3,500 different species of trees and plants and more than 650 species of birds, mammals, fish and reptiles, the biodiversity in Pantanal is even greater than the Amazon.
The dry season is the best time to visit Pantanal as most of the beautiful areas are reasonably accessible. Without doubt the rainy season is not a good time to visit as the grasslands and forests of Pantanal are submerged into a swamp and the heart of Pantanal is left, only accessible by a small plane or boat. Amazingly, between October and February, around 80% of Pantanal is completely underwater!
It is no secret that The Amazon rainforest is globally renowned for its staggering size and eco diversity. Unsurprisingly the dry season is the best time to visit, as the water level in the Amazon River is highest and the weather is mild and clear. Visit the depths of the Amazon travelling by Riverboat, or hiking between jungle lodges.
Jau National Park
The swampy area of Jau National Park forms the largest forest reserve in South America, located within the Rio Negro watershed on the Amazon basin.
Reach the nature reserve by boat and sail through mangroves and lianas with guides ensuring your safety. Be prepared, as crocodiles are in abundance and it is not unusual to see jaguars prowling the river banks!
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