Jaguars in the Pantanal
July to November
6 to 7 days
To be defined.
The jaguar (Panthera onca) is the largest land predator of the Americas, and a hunter of big preys such as capybaras, caimans, tapirs, peccaries and marsh deer. Although they are quite difficult to spot during day light, the large wetland known as the Pantanal, in Brazil, offers some areas where the observation and photography of this stunning feline is guaranteed.
This happens along the basins of the rivers Piquiri, Cuiaba and Tres Irmãos, in the state of Mato Grosso, where the jaguars patrol the riverbanks and beaches during the dry season in search of their prey, without being concerned about the presence of observers and photographers, as it has been registered in numerous videos and photographs.
If you are a wildlife enthusiast and wish to photograph these stunning creatures, together with the rest of the diverse Pantanal wildlife, we organize customized photo safaris for you and for your group, where jaguars are guaranteed.
Bring your camera and join us!