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Puma and Jaguars Safari in Argentina and Brazil

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Experience the awe-inspiring sight of majestic jaguars in their natural habitat, traverse the Pantanal wilderness on horseback, and behold the breathtaking landscapes of Patagonia while encountering elusive pumas. This journey seamlessly blends thrilling wildlife encounters with lush scenery, ensuring unforgettable memories that will endure a lifetime. Embark on a captivating journey deep into the heart of untamed South America, where the allure of pumas and jaguars awaits. Explore the extraordinary landscapes of Pantanal and Patagonia.

Key information

  • Starting point and ending point: Cuiabá, Brazil - Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Languages spoken: English


  • Extraordinary landscapes
  • Amazing wildlife
  • Jaguars and pumas in their natural habitats
  • Horseback trips
  • Condors
  • 11 nights accommodation in beautiful lodges + meals


12 activity days
Airport transfer included: Marechal Rondon International Airport
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Araras Eco Lodge

Araras Eco Lodge in the North Pantanal embodies a harmonious fusion of modern comfort and the rustic charm synonymous with safari lodges.

Araras Eco Lodge in the North Pantanal stands out as one of the region's premier lodges, offering 22 expansive suites. Embodying a harmonious fusion of modern comfort and the rustic charm synonymous with safari lodges, each suite is a testament to the art of blending with nature. Guests can indulge in contemporary amenities, including split air-conditioning, ceiling fans, and modern bathrooms with invigorating hot water showers.

Each suite has its own private veranda, thoughtfully appointed with comfortable armchairs and inviting hammocks. This personal outdoor space provides a serene retreat where guests can unwind, taking in the natural beauty that surrounds Araras Eco Lodge. With a commitment to both luxury and immersion in the Pantanal's unique environment, each suite is a haven of tranquillity, promising an unforgettable stay amid the captivating landscapes of the North Pantanal.

Enjoy safari-style excursions led by Araras Eco Lodge's highly experienced and knowledgeable guides, who possess intimate familiarity with the Pantanal's wildlife. Notably, the lodge extends a unique offering with specialised birding packages, allowing enthusiasts to delve into the rich diversity of bird species in the region.

La Posta de Los Todos

La Posta de los Toldos is a remote and rustic accommodation situated deep within the stunning Patagonia National Park, away from any nearby towns or cities. It is located directly along the iconic Ruta 40 (Route 40) highway, which winds through the heart of the Patagonian wilderness.

The lodge itself has a modest scale, with just 9 simple yet comfortable guest rooms. However, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in its authentic Patagonian character and attention to detail. The building is constructed in the traditional regional style, with stone walls, wooden beams, and pitched tin roofs.

Inside, the common areas offer a cozy and inviting atmosphere, with a fireplace-warmed lounge and a dining room serving hearty, locally-sourced cuisine. Though basic, the amenities cater to the needs of adventurous travelers seeking to disconnect and immerse themselves in the stunning natural environment.

For those seeking a truly remote and immersive Patagonian experience, away from the crowds and bustle of more developed areas, La Posta de los Toldos offers an incomparable opportunity.


Day 1: Arrival in Brazil

Upon arrival at Cuiabá Airport, you'll be transferred to Deville Prime Cuiabá Hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to unwind.

Day 2: Exploring North Pantanal

Following breakfast, embark on a 3-hour journey to Araras Eco Lodge, your accommodation for the next 4 nights. Along the way, immerse yourself in the local scenery and wildlife.

Check-in at Araras Pantanal Eco Lodge, where you'll be welcomed with a refreshing drink. In the afternoon, enjoy a hike to Mirante da Garça for a stunning sunset view. After dinner, experience a stargazing trek in the Pantanal.

Day 3: Jaguar expedition

Today, embark on an epic 14-hour Jaguar Tour along the Cuiaba River and Meeting of the Waters State Park. Departing at 6 a.m., journey in an air-conditioned vehicle via the Transpantaneira Park Road, offering spectacular views. Experience an river safari, with the chance to spot elusive jaguars.

Enjoy dinner back at Araras Eco Lodge in the evening.

Day 4: Horseback adventure

After breakfast, embark on a horseback ride through the local terrains, gaining insights into the ecosystem. Return to the lodge for lunch and relaxation. Explore the Rondon Trail to the Tuiuiú Tower in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight stay at Araras Eco Lodge.

Day 5: Safari and wildlife exploration

Start your day with a guided walk along the Ronco Trail, observing wildlife and landscapes, followed by a safari truck ride back.

Enjoy afternoon tea before a memorable photo safari along the Transpantaneira Park Road. Encounter various species, including howler monkeys, macaws, and Pantanal deer. Refuel with lunch at the Pousada, savouring local flavours. Engage in a discussion with your guide about the animals encountered during the safari as the sun sets.

Day 6: Journey to Buenos Aires

Transfer to Cuiabá Airport for a short flight to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, enjoy a private transfer to Legado Mitico Hotel, where you'll spend one night.

Day 7: Arrival in Patagonia

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight to Patagonia, arriving at Comodoro Rivadavia Airport. Enjoy a private transfer to La Posta de los Toldos Hotel, your accommodation for the next 4 nights, and dine at Parque Patagonia that evening.

Day 8: Encounter with Patagonia Pumas

Start your day early with breakfast and a sunrise visit to Badlands viewpoint in El Canadon del Feo. Join a guided expedition to prime wildlife observing areas, focusing on encountering Patagonia's apex predator, the puma. As night falls, embark on a night walk to the Star Observatory for some night photography.

Day 9: Puma and Condor Observation

After a hearty breakfast, explore wildlife hotspots with a local guide, as you search for the elusive puma and Andean Condor.

Witness the sunset at Los Balcones in Cañadón del Río Pinturas, offering a view of Cueva de Las Manos and the search for the unique Chinchillón Anaranjado.

Day 10: Condor Soar and Sunset Splendor

Commence the day with a sunrise experience at the Andean Condor's perch. Capture stunning photographs of these majestic birds against the backdrop of Cañadón del Río Pinturas. After breakfast, embark on another wildlife encounter with some expert guidance.

Day 11: Return to Buenos Aires

After breakfast, transfer to Comodoro Rivadavia Airport for your flight back to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, enjoy a private transfer to Legado Mitico Hotel for one more night.

Day 12: Departure

Following breakfast, a private transfer will take you to Ezeiza Airport for your journey home.


Your adventure begins in Cuiabá, the gateway to this remarkable expedition. From there, embark on a drive to Araras Eco Lodge, a sanctuary that offers more than just lodging - it provides a complete immersion into the natural world.

Delve into the mysteries of the elusive jaguars as you navigate the Cuiaba River on the exhilarating Jaguar Express tour. Explore the terrain on horseback, embark on safari expeditions for wildlife encounters, and marvel at the sunsets.

Journey to Parque Patagonia, where you'll encounter pumas, witness the graceful flight of Andean condors, and acquaint yourself with unique species found nowhere else on Earth. All set against the breathtaking backdrop of Patagonia's awe-inspiring landscapes.


As the world's largest wetland, this remarkable ecosystem is teeming with a diverse array of animal and bird species.

Welcome to the mesmerising world of the Pantanal, where nature reigns supreme and the human presence is minimal.

A remarkable variety of ecosystems, the Pantanal provides the perfect haven for a thriving wildlife population. With over 650 species of birds, hundreds of mammals, reptiles, and fish, exploring the Pantanal offers an unrivalled refuge of sheer beauty.

Caimans diligently patrol the waters, monkeys fill the trees with their lively chatter, and a multitude of bird species flit from treetop to treetop. The sky becomes a canvas of fiery reds and oranges at sunset, reflecting their vivid hues upon the water.

Due to the absence of roads and marshy swamplands, exploring the region is best done on horseback, allowing you to venture deep into the remote areas of the Pantanal. Glide along the rivers in dugout canoes or traverse the vast savannah in 4WD vehicles for a comprehensive safari style exploration of this remarkable landscape.

The Pantanal, far removed from civilisation, can be reached by flying into either Cuiaba or Campo Grande. Accommodations in the region are rustic and remote, scattered throughout the area. Whether you're interested in photo safaris, fishing trips, or jaguar tracking, the Pantanal offers unparalleled wildlife viewing opportunities.


Experience the untamed wilderness of Patagonia, where electric blue glaciers, ancient forests, icebergs, and towering peaks await. A haven for nature enthusiasts seeking thrilling adventures and captivating natural wonders.

Welcome to the wild wonders of Patagonia, a destination that promises an unforgettable holiday experience.

Patagonia is a vast and diverse landscape, stretching across the southernmost parts of Argentina and Chile. Its scenery encompasses towering snow-capped mountains, pristine glacial lakes, expansive grasslands, and dramatic coastlines. This untouched wilderness offers a playground for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

When planning your holiday to Patagonia, the first decision to make is which side of the region to explore. The Argentinean side boasts iconic destinations such as El Calafate, El Chaltén, and Bariloche, while the Chilean side showcases the wonders of Torres del Paine National Park and Punta Arenas. Both sides offer unique experiences and jaw-dropping landscapes, so choosing the right itinerary is crucial.

One of the highlights of Argentinean Patagonia is the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares National Park. Witnessing this massive glacier up close is a mesmerising experience as ice chunks break off and crash into the turquoise waters below. Another must-visit destination is El Chaltén, known as the trekking capital of Argentina, where you can embark on unforgettable hikes to Mount Fitzroy and Cerro Torre, surrounded by jaw-dropping mountain vistas.

For those seeking adventure, the Argentinean side of Patagonia offers ample opportunities for activities such as horseback riding, mountain biking, fly fishing, and kayaking in pristine lakes and rivers.

Bariloche, nestled amidst the stunning Andean mountains, is a paradise for nature lovers. Explore the picturesque Nahuel Huapi National Park, go hiking in the surrounding mountains, or indulge in winter sports during the snowy season. Bariloche also serves as a gateway to the famous Lake District, where charming alpine-style villages and shimmering lakes await your discovery.

With its untouched natural beauty, awe-inspiring landscapes, and thrilling outdoor activities, Patagonia is a dream destination for travellers seeking a unique and unforgettable holiday.


You will be served the following meals:

  • 1 night at Deville Prime: breakfast included
  • 2 nights at Legado Mitico Buenos Aires Hotel: breakfast included
  • 4 nights at Araras Eco Lodge: breakfast, lunch, and dinner included
  • 4 nights at La Posta de los Toldos Hotel: breakfast and dinner included

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • All internal flights and activities specified above
  • 1 night at Deville Prime - standard rooms, breakfast included
  • 2 nights at Legado Mitico Buenos Aires Hotel - standard room, breakfast included
  • 4 nights at Araras Eco Lodge - breakfast, lunch, and dinner included
  • 4 nights at La Posta de los Toldos Hotel - standard room, breakfast and dinner included

What's not included

  • International flights to and from the UK (expect these to cost from 900 GBP per person for economy flights. Please note that pricing can change significantly depending on the time of year and how far in advance flights are booked)

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Airport: Marechal Rondon International Airport Airport transfer included: Marechal Rondon International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
12 days / 11 nights
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Tour information

Pumas can be spotted throughout the year but October and November are recommended as the best months. The best time to see jaguars in is during the dry season, which typically runs from June to October.

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