Into the Pantanal: A Brazilian Wildlife AdventureOctober 7, 2014 - October 24, 2014
October 2, 2015 - October 20, 2015
Below please find rates, availability, and the items and services included and excluded in the expedition price.
It is our policy to always use premium quality accommodations, when available, in the regions we visit. Since each destination is different, lodging can range from elegant hotels in cities to rustic inns in more remote areas. You will receive specific accommodation details closer to the time of departure.
- All gratuities; all accommodations and group meals, including selected beverages with lunch and dinner; group transfers; guided excursions as stated in the itinerary; entrance fees for parks, reserves, etc.; $50,000 of medical expense coverage and $75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance; and air transportation between Cuiabá/Campo Grande.
- All air transportation, except as listed above; excess baggage charges; airport arrival and departure taxes; transfers for independent arrivals and departures; passport and/or visa fees; travel insurance; items of a personal nature such as laundry, bar charges, alcoholic beverages, e-mail/fax/telephone charges.
Know Before You Go
This expedition’s primary objective is wildlife viewing. Although the tour is not overly strenuous, you should be reasonably fit and capable of moderate exercise while searching for wildlife. On several occasions there will be jungle hikes that will entail walking, unaided, along rugged trails with occasional inclines. Participants should also be aware that several days of our itinerary require lengthy journeys along rough roads to reach the areas that are diverse and rich in wildlife. Be prepared to spend several hours seated in small boats while searching for wildlife. For travelers who delight in natural history, possess a sense of humor, flexibility, and a true spirit of adventure, your expedition to Brazil will be remembered for many years to come. Temperatures will be high, with most days reaching the low 90s°F, though high humidity can make it feel warmer.