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Pantanal - State of Paraná

Close encounters with Jaguars The Pantanal holds the world’s highest density of wild jaguars, stay in the heart of this region for amazing sightings. Unlike in other areas, jaguars here are active during the day, off ering excellent chances to see these elusive cats in the wild. Along the way, also expect to see giant river otters, anteaters, tapir, capybaras, hyacinth macaw, and the world’s largest stork, the jabiru. The Oceanic Society organises a nine-day expedition, guided by award-winning nature photographer Pete Oxford, that ends at South Wild Pantanal Lodge where more than 300 bird species have been recorded. Expedition dates: July 16-26, 2017. oceanicsociety.orgADDED BENEFIT You will be staying at the only hotel that’s inside the Iguassu National Park, so you’ll also be just a short walk from the incredible falls— allowing you to visit the falls at dawn and dusk when other visitors have vacated the park.Frequent Searches Leading To This Page:-New Zealand Adventure Tours, New Zealand Adventure Packages, New Zealand Couple Package, Holiday Packages Nz, New Zealand Family Holiday Packages, New Zealand Vacation Packages All Inclusive, New Zealand Local Tour, Top south Africa tour packages with price
Varun Suchday
The less popular but equally magnificent cousin to the Amazon, Pantanal is the largest wetland in the world. . Pantanal is a sure-footed area to visit if you are interested in wildlife. Alligators sunbathe on riverbanks. Cute Capybara families, the largest rodent in the world, cross the roads. Giant anteaters, armadillos and tapirs are found sniffing the sands. And the creature that takes the crown here is the Jaguar. Yes, if you are lucky, you might spot a Jaguar in this land of submerged islands. If you are a John Grisham fan, then you must have heard about the Pantanal in his book ‘The Testament’Sao Paulo
Varun Suchday
Pantanal: The other jungle that gets overshadowed by the big brother Amazon. Pantanal is the largest tropical wetland in South America. The chances of seeing wildlife is higher here than the Amazon. Jaguars, capybaras (largest rodent), jacares (alligator), and hundreds of birds can be found in these wetlands. Tours leave from Cuiaba and Campo Grande in western Brazil