A Small-Group Expedition into the Rich Biodiversity of South America’s Grandest Wildlife Realm
called Brazil’s Pantanal the “Wild Wet,” an apt moniker for the world’s largest seasonal floodplain that sprawls over 75,000 square miles in the heart of South America. Though the Amazon is better known, the Pantanal is the continent’s primary wildlife sanctuary. Its freshwater wetlands support a profusion of aquatic fauna that attract larger predators, from birds to reptiles and mammals, creating a huge, intricate food chain that constitutes the largest concentration of wildlife in the Americas. At the top is the elegant and elusive jaguar—and our Pantanal adventure offers the world’s best chance to see them! On foot, by boat and 4x4, come venture into the Pantanal's verdant recesses on South America’s most epic wildlife safari.