A heady mix of culture, wildlife and natural beauty, Brazil offers its visitors the chance to flit from raucous city streets and sun-drenched beaches to the depths of the wilderness, and this safari does just that. Over 15 days you’ll experience no less than three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, starting in the cosmopolitan city of Rio di Janeiro before travelling into the vast expanse of the Pantanal Wetlands in search of jaguar, capybara and giant river otter. You’ll then finish your adventure at Iguassu Falls, through which an average of 1,500 cubic metres of water flows every second.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Spend two days and three nights immersed in the life and soul of the quintessential Brazilian city, Rio de Janeiro.
- Track the mighty jaguar on excursions through both the northern and southern sections of the Pantanal, the largest area of wetlands in the world.
- Spend time with the team behind the Onçafari Project, a conservation initiative that works to study the jaguar and protect the species by promoting ecotourism.
- Stay in the only hotel located within Iguassu Falls National Park, allowing you to witness first-hand the size and scale of the waterfalls outside of normal tourist visiting hours.
Discover what makes Brazil a truly unique destination on this thrilling safari through some of Brazil's most iconic places.