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Jaguar Jackpot in the Pantanal

If you visit the Brazilian Pantanal, you're guaranteed to see wildlife. After all, the Pantanal is the largest continuous wetland on the planet, growing to be about half the size of France during the rainy season. With hundreds of looming black caimans, slithering yellow anacondas, plentiful capybaras, colorful hyacinth macaws, there is no shortage of life in this vast area.

Posted on September 3, 2015

Traveling to another world (via the Pantanal)

When I visited the Brazilian Pantanal, I felt like I was traveling to another world. Water is everywhere, and it defines life for the animals, birds, and reptiles. The ranchers who live here are in sync with the region, and have a deep understanding of the annual rhythms that are centered around the rainy season.

Posted on April 14, 2015

Brazil Q&A with Director Will Weber

 

 Host of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 summer Olympics, Brazil is a hot destination these days. Journeys Senior Director Will Weber answers some FAQs for those interested in seeing a more natural angle of the country...
Posted on January 30, 2014

Why We'd Love to Show You Brazil

1) If you like powdery, white-sand beaches, we can give you an exquisite coastal experience, as well as a tour of the gorgeous Atlantic islands.

Posted on October 26, 2012
    

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