Brazil: A land of superlatives. Home to the massive wetlands of the Pantanal, the labyrinth of the Amazon, stunning beaches, bustling cities, and so much more. Search for Jaguar lurking in the shadows, Brazilian Tapir, Maned Wolf, Giant Anteater, and Giant Otter; Harpy Eagle, Greater Rhea, Hyacinth Macaw, Toco Toucan, and Helmeted Manakin. Wow!
Naturalist Journeys is proud to offer Brazilian birding tours, Brazilian nature tours, and Brazil wildlife tours. We embark on a Pantanal wildlife safari annually, and also offer extensions to other locations in Brazil like the Atlantic forest and Iguazu Falls, which shares a border with Argentina, on our Northwest Argentina birding tour.
Learn more about our other South American birding tours.
Brazil’s Pantanal: Jaguars! And More… Postponed to 2022.July 17 - 27, 2021, w/Atlantic Forest , Chapada extensions
Brazil’s Pantanal: Jaguars! And More… Postponed to 2022.August 2 - 12, 2021, w/Atlantic Forest , Chapada extensions
Brazil’s Pantanal: Jaguars! And More… Postponed to 2022.September 12 - 22, 2021, w/Atlantic Forest , Chapada extensions
Brazil’s Pantanal: Jaguars! And More… Postponed to 2022.October 11 - 21, 2021, w/Atlantic Forest , Chapada extensions
About 2% of the vast waterways, varied habitats, and distinctive animals of the Pantanal comprise a World Heritage Site, designated the “Pantanal Conservation Area” by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). This vast wetland ecosystem is unique in the world.
The World Wildlife Fund
View a six-minute video by The World Wildlife Fund about current and potential impacts and successful sustainable production projects in the Pantanal.
Additional Conservation Work
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), Institute for Ecological Research (IPE), and Baia das Pedras support the Giant Armadillo Conservation Project, a multi-year study investigating the ecology, biology, and ecosystem services provided by this elusive species, resulting in significant grassroots conservation achievements.
Private reserves are key to the region’s future.