Meeting of the Water State Park – (Jaguar Land) is often spoken as the wildest reserve in Pantanal. With unfenced borders the park has 108.000 ha along the Cuiabá and three brothers rivers. The park covers an area rich in water that supports the biodiversity of the flora and fauna of the Pantanal. This reserve should be on the top of your travel list. With the only migratory species in the reserve being the birdlife, the Meeting of the Water State Park is undoubtedly a perfect destination for a wildlife experience. Home to an incredible wildlife population with more than 656 birds species, 269 fish species, 236 mammals species and breathtaking jaguars sightings and wildlife views. Meeting of the Water State Park guarantees awe-inspiring experiences accompanied by a symphony of wildlife calls and the glittering night sky. With many different lodges, northern Pantanal caters for everyone from families to nature-lovers alike. Spaced and designed to ensure maximum privacy and a special experience.