Jaguars in the Pantanal, one of the world’s largest floodplains which stretches across Brazil and Bolivia and Paraguay. During the dry season, June to October, Brazil can be the perfect destination to see the elusive jaguar in their natural habitat. Photo credit: Bespoke Brazil.
Looking for a wild adventure in Brazil? If wildlife spotting is your thing, then you might fancy jaguar spotting with Bespoke Brazil.
This specialist tour operator creates tailor-made holidays to Brazil including the tour In Search of the Jaguar in the Pantanal.
One of the largest floodplains in the world, the Pantanal stretches across the country’s states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul and parts of Bolivia and Paraguay. The Pantanal floods annually between December and March because of torrential rains in the headwaters of the Paraguay river causing overflowing lakes and rivers.
From June to October, in the dry season in the Pantanal, when the waters rescind, the floodplains attract diverse fauna searching for food in its smaller waterways. During this Brazilian winter, the destination can be ideal for spotting big cats including the jaguar.
Bespoke Brazil’s tour In Search of the Jaguar is a 10-day tailor-made tour which features 6 nights in the Pantanal; a few nights in Rio de Janeiro; accommodation; flights; transfers and tours using English-speaking guides.
Find out more at www.bespokebrazil.com.