The Pantanal is a Brazilian biome and is located in the Midwest of Brazil, in the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul.
The Pantanal seasonal fluctuation of water provides an abundance of life, in all forms. Is one of the best places in South America for wildlife safaris and the only place in the world you can photograph wild jaguars.
The Pantanals connection between the water is a natural phenomena that can be observed on different levels. Year after year, rains sculpt the region’s map. The Pantanal is characterized by strong, cyclical, yearly floods, which brings water and nutrients to a variety of different ecosystems.
Whether you’re a professional or an amateur photographer, a photo safari experience in Northern Pantanal is unforgettable. With Pantanal landscapes and wildlife as your subject, there’s something new to capture around every corner. Take home some of your best Pantanal memories.
Enjoy the beauties of this place, where it is possible to contemplate the fauna and flora of the Pantanal, seeing animals in their natural habitat, such as alligators, jaguars, in addition to the most varied species of birds and native animals. Access the Pantanal map and discover our travel tips for photographing wildlife. Tours the Pantanal.