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The Jungles, Wetlands & Waterfalls of Brazil

  • São Paulo
  • Southern Amazon
  • Northern Pantanal
  • Iguassu Falls
The Jungles, Wetlands & Waterfalls of Brazil The Jungles, Wetlands & Waterfalls of Brazil
$ 9052.725

Talk about the ‘wildlife’ of Brazil and, to some, the phrase conjures up pictures of all-night parties on world famous beaches, huge street carnivals and the rhythms of Latin America.

Well, there is that. But, even more enthralling are Brazil’s vast tracts of unspoiled rainforests. In the Southern Amazon they are home to jaguars, Harpy eagles, giant otters, capybara and agouti. Not to mention a whole array of bizarre, multi-coloured birds.

In the Northern Pantanal you’re likely to see anacondas and hyacinth macaws, caiman, armadillos, monkeys and anteaters. In Iguassu you’ll be surrounded by deep jungle and, of course, see the astounding Iguassu Falls.

Spend two weeks in awe at the stunning jungles, wetlands and waterfalls of Brazil.

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Day 1 Overnight flight from the UK to São Paulo

Board an overnight flight from the UK to São Paulo.

Note: British Airways currently have a daily overnight service between London Heathrow and São Paulo. There are also connecting flights with Iberia & LATAM via Madrid, KLM via Amsterdam and Air France via Paris. There are also flights via Lisbon with TAP (Air Portugal).

Day 2 São Paulo
São Paulo

On arrival in São Paulo you will be met and driven to your hotel, in the centre of the city.

Stay: One night in a deluxe room at the Palacio Tangara – bed & breakfast

Day 3-6

Southern Amazon

Southern Amazon

You’ll fly to a 46 sq mile private reserve – a pristine forest area with a variety of natural habitats for creatures like jaguars, giant otters, capybara and agouti. Avid birdwatchers will be delighted to see Harpy eagles, as well as a continual parade of noisy, colourful birds. You’ll stay near the confluence of two rivers, where there is a rich display of trees, orchids and bromeliads, attracting monkeys, bats, butterflies, birds, fish and reptiles in abundance. The lodge offers a variety of activities for guests to experience this wilderness, from photography excursions to hiking, canoeing, swimming and boat trips.

Stay: Four nights at Cristalino Jungle Lodge – Full board 

Day 7-10 Northern Pantanal
Northern Pantanal

Your next adventure is a trip along the Trans-Pantaneira Highway into the seasonal wetlands, the savannah and unending forest that is the Pantanal. And you will not be alone. The region is full of creatures like monkeys, anteaters, anaconda, capybara, armadillo, giant river otters and hundreds of spectacular birds ranging from hyacinth macaw to jabiru stork and American rhea. Experienced guides may even be able to show you the elusive jaguar on either night or day excursions.

Stay: Four nights at Araras Lodge – Full-board

Day 11-13 Iguassu Falls
Iguassu Falls

Now you fly from Cuiaba Airport to Iguassu to stay in an exceptional hotel within the Brazilian National Park. You will be perfectly placed to explore the natural wonder that is the world famous Iguazu Falls – a soaring cascade of dashing water crashing down from an immense height. It’s both awesome and incredibly beautiful at the same time. A private tour will show you the Falls from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides. But there’s more. You’ll be surrounded by deep jungle; the natural habitat of a fine array of wildlife, plants and birds.

Stay: Three nights at the Belmond Das Cataratas – Bed & breakfast

Day 13-14 Overnight flight from Iguassu to the UK

On your final day in Brazil you will return to Iguassu airport and connect onto a flight to São Paulo.

After completing Brazilian departure procedures you will board your overnight international flight home. Arriving the following afternoon.

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