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4 Day Pantanal Jaguar Tour in Mato Grosso, Brazil

Pousada Rio Clarinho, Transpantaneira Road, Poconé, Mato Grosso, Central-West Region, Brazil

Adventure Safari in Brazil

You are invited to join Pantaneira Tour's adventurous safari in Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil. In this safari, you will have the opportunity to observe the largest feline in the Americas, the jaguar. Along the tour, you will also see many other wild animals such as monkeys, iguanas, anacondas, alligators, and more. You will walk, trek, and even go for a boat trip to see those amazing animals. Come and experience a wonderful safari like no other with Pantaneira Tour!

Key information

  • Starting point and ending point: Cuiabá

Highlights

  • Amazing jaguar watching
  • Fascinating nocturnal animals observation
  • Awesome trekking tour, sunrise walk, and kayak trip
  • Spot jaguars, tapirs, alligators, otters, monkeys, and more
  • Explore Pantanal Matogrossense National Park
  • Bilingual local guide and transport services
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 3 nights' accommodation

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Accommodation

You will be accommodated at Pousada Rio Clarinho on the first night and a lodge in Porto Jofre on the other nights.

Pousada Rio Clarinho

Pousada Rio Clarinho is located in the region of the Transpantaneira (40 kilometers from Poconé). The hostel has a rustic style that has an architecture of many years ago, giving a traditional Pantanal personality with a warm and familiar atmosphere. The accommodation has 12 apartments, all with air conditioning and private.

Program

Day 1: Cuiabá to Poconé

You will depart from Cuiabá at 08:00. After breakfast, you will arrive in Poconé (Pantanal North, Mato Grosso) scheduled at 10:00. Your activities will start in Poconé with a safari of 40 kilometers through the Transpantaneira until the entrance of the inn Rio Clarinho, then you will go for another three kilometers until you arrive in the inn.

The lunch, which is made up of the typical gastronomic matogrossense, will be served at around 12:00. After the meal and shortly after the rest, you will go for an ecological walk in the woods for approximately two to three hours. After dinner, you will make a nocturnal car focus in order to observe avida nocturnal animals like anteater, raccoon, owl, tapirs, and alligators with their bright eyes.

Day 2: Poconé to Porto Jofre

The next day, the schedule will include a walk before sunrise to watch the birds and the morning awakening of the bugios on a 20-meter tower. You will continue the tour and after breakfast, you will have a pleasant kayak trip where you can see otters, monkeys, birds, iguanas, anaconda, and jacares. The next activity will consist of a quiet walk to the cacaloa in order to know the surroundings and still sightings of other animals and wild plants. After lunch, you will continue the journey and take a daytime photo safari to Porto Jofre (110 kilometers). In this lodge, the dinner will be served at around 19:30.

Day 3

Your day will begin with a reinforced breakfast to start the next venture which will consist of a motorboat tour equipped with a radio transmitter to facilitate the location of the painted jaguar. This activity will last an average of four hours and it is also possible to observe monkeys, iguanas, anacondas, alligators, capybara, birds, otters, otters, and buffaloes besides the largest feline in the Americas. You will retake by 10:30, have lunch, continue the trip for another three hours, and return by sunset.

Day 4: Pousada Rio Claro to Cuiabá city

After breakfast, you will start a safari to the Pousada Rio Claro where you will have a typical lunch of the region. There is also another lunch option in the Poconé town in the Panturasira Churrascaria restaurant. After lunch, you will continue the trip to Cuiabá city for two hours of travel time.

Location

Pantanal, Mato Grosso

The Mato Grosso's Pantanal is considered the largest flood land in the world, encompassing the southwest of Mato Grosso, western Mato Grosso do Sul, and part of Paraguay and Bolivia. There are over 650 species of birds (herons, stork, spoonbills, punches, saracuras, etc.), 80 mammals (capybara, deer, owls, jaguars, monkeys, etc.), 260 types of fish (golden, piraputanga, piauçu, bush, etc.), and 50 reptiles (wetland alligator, anacondas, etc.) in addition to the great diversity of insects.

As with animal life, the Pantanal has an extensive variety of trees, plants, herbs, and other types of vegetation. The flora, with a typical predominance of aquatic plants, has in its constitution species such as buriti, manduvi, carandá, aroeira, ipê, figueira, palmeira, and angico. In this ecosystem, it is also possible to observe the characterization intermixed of the vegetation of savanna and forests. The Pantanal is considered a transition area between the Amazon and the Cerrado (savanna).

During rain season (from October to April), the level of rivers in the Paraguay basin increases and floods the lands, covering up to two-thirds of the Pantanal area. At that time, the observations of larger animals such as the jaguar become more difficult. At the end of the rainy season (between June and September), the waters slowly drying up and return to their natural course. Being the best time to see the jaguars.

Transpantaneira

The Transpantaneira is a dirt road that cuts through the Mato Grosso wetland linking the small town of Poconé to Porto Jofre. It is approximately 150 kilometers long and is one of the great tourist attractions of this region. Through it can be seen several animals and birds. Throughout the course of the Transpantaneira are found more than 100 wooden bridges. The most popular excursions in Pantanal are hiking, horseback riding, night spotting, animal and bird watching, boat and cart ride, canoeing, and safari photography.

Food

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

  • Jaguar watching / boat safari tour
  • Safari in the Transpantaneira
  • Nocturnal animals observation
  • Landscape sightseeing on a 20-meter high tower
  • Trekking tour
  • Sunrise walk
  • Kayak trip
  • Bilingual local guide
  • Transport from Cuiabá - Pantanal - Cuiabá
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 3 nights' accommodation

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Marechal Rondon International Airport (CGB).

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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