Pantanal, the largest wetlands in South America, is the hotspot for wildlife watching in Brazil.
A two night stay in a lodge in Southern Pantanal will allow you easy sightings of a wide range of wildlife: hundreds of birds and many species of mammals can make an appearance. With luck, even the elusive jaguar can be spotted.
Further south, the small town of Bonito is famous for its underwater attractions. The crystal clear rivers of the region are like natural aquariums. While floating downriver you can come into close contact with many species of fish, including the great Dourado and the beautiful Pacu. Spend a minimum of two nights to be able to enjoy the best attractions of the region such as Rio da Prata River.
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