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ASTONISHING SETTING FOR NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
We start our adventure in the National Park of Chapada dos Guimarães. This park lies on one of the oldest plateaus in the world. Time to let the cameras work overtime! The vast landscape filled with red sandstone goes on forever. We take 3 days to capture the surroundings on film: sparkling waterfalls, cliffs, unique rock formations and crystal clear creeks.
Be on the lookout for local wildlife! You’ll see the red-and-green macaw nesting on the rocks, or discover endemic species such as the yellow-faced parrot.
BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT IN THE HEART OF BRAZIL
Our next base to explore the Pantanal is in Pouso Alegre Lodge, a natural resort spanning no less than eight thousand hectares. Wild ara’s, giant toucans, tapirs, jabirus and other remarkable animals pose in front of our lenses. A safari in an open truck allows us to make the very best images of the area and its inhabitants. Did you see the giant anteater?
Looking for more reasons to travel to the Pantanal?
This is one of the best places in the world to find the jaguar. We make a 3-day trip on a boat to discover this impressive cat.
In Piuval Lodge, we see countless photogenic birds. The scissor-tailed kite, black skimmer and bare-faced curassow are just a few of the 650 (!) bird species that live here. And did you say tapirs, giant anteaters, anacondas and caimans?
All accommodations on this trip are very comfortable and beautifully located: Pousada Vento Sul, Pouso Alegre Lodge, Jacaré Houseboat, Hotel Mato Grosso and Piuval Lodge.
TRANSPORT AND FLIGHTS
We travel in a private bus with airconditioning and explore life in and around the water in comfortable boats.
International flights are not included in the price and cost 900 to 1500 euro. We can book them for you.
NATURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY
Photo opportunities are endless on this trip to Brazil, so be sure to bring enough batteries and memory cards. In the mashes, you’ll also need a waterproof cover for your camera.
CLIMATE AND CLOTHING
October nears the start of the rainy season: short rains, photogenic skies and colourful sunsets. The rising water level creates an open landscape and the breeding season starts. This is an ideal time for spotting and photographing the animals who are out looking for a mate.
We’ll provide a detailed list of what clothing to bring. Mostly count on light clothes, a fleece for chilly mornings, waterproof clothing and both walking shoes and sandals.